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 Post subject: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
PostPosted: Jul Mon 17, 2017 1:19 pm 
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89 is a good run. I always liked him in Mission Impossible. RIP

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Space 1999 :D

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Columbo episode: played both brothers.

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 Post subject: Re: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
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Rip Martin.Great actor in his own right.He was great in MI and Space 1999.

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 Post subject: Re: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
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He was great in MI and also remember him playing a good wicked guy role Jesse Coe in Nevada Smith. Thanks for sharing your acting gift with the world and RIP Martin!


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The great Rollin Hand. Also a sinister guy in Hitchcock's North By Northwest.


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Bela Lugosi in Ed Wood...Won an Oscar for that one.


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 Post subject: Re: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
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Definitely a great. Rest in peace.

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He was in at least one Gunsmoke episode in the mid-'50's.

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 Post subject: Re: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
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Shame. I loved him and Barbara Bain on Space 1999.


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 Post subject: Re: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
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Primitiveradiogod wrote:
Bela Lugosi in Ed Wood...Won an Oscar for that one.


I can't repeat one of his lines on this forum.

But he was good in that movie.

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 Post subject: Re: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
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simplex1040 wrote:
Primitiveradiogod wrote:
Bela Lugosi in Ed Wood...Won an Oscar for that one.


I can't repeat one of his lines on this forum.

But he was good in that movie.


I forgot he was in Ed Wood too. Perfectly cast and won several best supporting actor awards. Such a strange (but good) movie. Time to re-watch.

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 Post subject: Re: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
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I also liked him in the movie "Tucker".


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 Post subject: Re: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
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I even liked him in his METV spots. He was quite a talent.

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 Post subject: Re: Yet another TV Great has passed away -- Martin Landau
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I always try to look up these bios when a passing occurs. This one is interesting.

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001445/bio? ... _ov_bio_sm

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