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    Alan Rickman

    Alan Rickman has died age 69 from cancer, great actor should have had more lead roles in my opinion, sad loss to the industry.

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    Lemmy, Bowie and now Rickman... RIP all
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    What the hell did they all eat and drink over Christmas and the New Year? All the same age too.

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    I always remember his role in that wonderful Christmas classic 'Die Hard,' where he stole the show from Bruce Willis!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdgarF View Post
    I always remember his role in that wonderful Christmas classic 'Die Hard,' where he stole the show from Bruce Willis!
    Yes he did. Did the same in Robin Hood I think, with kevin Costner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by howa243 View Post
    Yes he did. Did the same in Robin Hood I think, with kevin Costner?
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    sad day, a good one liner was Christmas is canceled, just goes to show get on with your life and spend your money, as they say there aint no pockets in shrouds dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willie_gunn View Post
    "I'm going to cut your heart out with a spoon!"
    Indeed ......

    "Christmas is cancelled....... no more merciful beheadings!"
    If I'm going to be accused of it then it's just as well I did it.

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    I don't know if he got given all the best lines, but he certainly made them his. Was he the best ever baddie?

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    Thought he made an outstanding anti-hero. My favorite was in Quigley Down Under
    Elliott Marston: [O'Flynn and Dobkin prepare Quigley for an old-fashioned duel] I seem to remember you're not too familiar with Colonel Colt's revolver, so this will be your first lesson. Don't worry. Mr Dobkin and Mr. O'Flynn will ensure that it's a fair contest.
    Elliott Marston: [Marston starts walking backwards] I'll just back up a few paces... And to your left a bit, that's it... Now you're right in front of my old pistol target.
    Elliott Marston: [Marston slips his coat back to reveal his holster] Some men are born in the wrong century. I think I was born on the wrong continent. Oh, by the way, you're fired
    Matthew Quigley: This ain't Dodge City. And you ain't Bill Hickok.
    Matthew Quigley: [Quigley shoots Dobkin, O'Flynn and Marston before they can even aim their guns, then walks up to a dying Marston] I said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn't know how to use it.

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