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    RIP: Jack Klugman - "Oscar", "Quincy M.E."

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    RIP. I really liked his supporting turn in 12 Angry Men.
    I can call the moon a pear, but it doesn't make it so. -- kwanfan1818

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    CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    He was Oscar, not Felix.
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    "Gypsy" wouldn't have been half as effective without his presence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southpaw View Post
    He was Oscar, not Felix.
    ...oops.
    It's fixed!

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    What a shame. On Christmas Eve too. RIP

    Great Actor. Loved Quincy, M.E.

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    He's been fighting throat cancer for a long time now, hasn't he? Not a surprise, but a shame it had to happen on Christmas Eve.

    I loved how during NBC's big Anniversary a few years ago, they brought him back for a couple of episodes as a former ME at the Coroner's Office on Crossing Jordan. He and Jill Hennessey really had such great chemistry and timing too.

    Thanks for the Great Memories Sir. GodSpeed!!

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    Just started watching The Odd Couple in reruns. He and Tony Randall were a fantastic duo. RIP to both.

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    So sad to hear, a loss for the Hollywood Community, condolences to his family.

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    When I was a freshman in college (mid 1960s) I saw Jack Klugman in a Broadway show (probably The Odd Couple).

    I bought one of those fancy programs and I waited after the show to get his autograph, something I don't remember ever having done before, and have very rarely done since. But I really liked Jack Klugman.

    He was clearly in a hurry, but he signed my program. Only his handwriting wasn't so great. So instead of it saying Jack Klugman, it seemed to say Jurle Klugmar.

    I had an illegal toaster oven in my dorm room, that my friends all liked to use (this was pre-microwaves). We ended up calling the toaster oven Jurle Klugmar, and it became a code name. If someone wanted to use the toaster oven, she'd say, "I'll be visiting Jurle tonight."

    It's funny the way celebrities intersect with our lives. When I saw the headline earlier today, I thought, "Oh no, Jurle Klugmar died."

    He was a wonderful actor, even if his handwriting wasn't so great. I'll miss him.

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    I love him. RIP

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    Aw ... RIP, Jack!

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    Quote Originally Posted by falling_dance View Post
    RIP. I really liked his supporting turn in 12 Angry Men.
    Yes, that's what I'll remember him for most.

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    Loved Quincy, M.E.
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    I hear outside a million panicking birds, and know even out there comfort is done with; it has shattered even the stars, this creature at last come home to me.

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    Loved Quincy and The Odd Couple. R.I.P.

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    Just look at his three most famous roles...

    1) Oscar Madison
    2) Quincy
    3) Juror #5

    Three completely different roles, three brilliant performances all done by the same actor. That's the sign of a great performer

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    In reading some of the comments going along w/the various Obit articles I've read on his passing, I've seen more than once the following...

    Thank you Mr. Klugman for getting me interested in Forensics because of Quincy.

    Can there be a finer tribute? I think he'd adore that.

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    Quincy taught me about Legionnaires Disease when I was 10.
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    Quincy taught me lots of things--dealt with many social issues in it's day.
    "Me, cutie/chicken, the egg cup, I am the hammer of my spoon!"--Jen_Faith translation

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    He insisted on that; saying that he wasn't interested in doing the usual police "drama".
    It wasn't, thanks to him.

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