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Desc:Fat dead comedian week, anyone?
Category:Classic Movies, Crime
Tags:fatty arbuckle, mysteries and scandals, virginia rappe
Submitted:duck&cover
Date:01/25/13
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fedex
Lou Costello
Oliver Hardy
Chris Farley
John Belushi
John Candy

I guess thats about one a day, kind of a short list for a full week session but since its already friday...
duck&cover
Sam Kinison as well. And you could have more than 1 clip per comedian.

fedex
oh I forgot Louie what-his-face...or isn't he dead?

Colonel Cowlung
Louie Anderson? Surprisingly still alive.

Patrice O'Neal can be added to the list.

Binro the Heretic
A perfect shitstorm erupting from the collision of two people with awful lives.

Poor Virginia. At least Roscoe got a happy, peaceful ending.

Hearst was a complete monster. History treats him too kindly.
Bort
Most people know this, but for those who don't, Charles Foster Kane is based loosely on William Randolph Hearst. Mind you, Orson Welles added one or two redeeming characteristics. On the night "Citizen Kane" opened in San Francisco, Orson Welles found himself sharing an elevator with Hearst, and asked him if he would like to come to the opening of the picture. Hearst maintained an icy silence. As Hearst got off the elevator, Welles said, "Charles Foster Kane would have accepted."

William Randolph Hearst also has everything to do with why weed is illegal today.

And yes, William Randolph Hearst is the son of the bad guy in "Deadwood". That's an entire bloodline we would have been much happier without.

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