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RIP John Phillip Law, 70; actor played blind angel in 'Barbarella'

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by christopher, May 15, 2008.

  1. christopher

    christopher Forum Neurotic

    http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-law15-2008may15,0,4156367.story

    later, chris

     
  2. Jackson

    Jackson Forum Resident

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    Sad to hear it ''Death Rides A Horse'' will always be one of my favorite spaghetti westerns.He was good in other roles as well.
     
  3. BradF

    BradF Member

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    I liked him in Mario Bava's Danger: Diabolik. Brilliant fun, adapted from an Italian comic book series.
     

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  4. christopher

    christopher Forum Neurotic

    and savaged on MST3K. :)

    later, chris
     
  5. He also was the best actor to play "Sinbad" and looked the part (unlike, say, Patrick Wayne).
     
  6. Vivaldinization

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    Kalgan, take me away...
     
  7. Barnabas Collins

    Barnabas Collins Forum Resident

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    Great film! And I think John Philip Law is on the DVD commentary track.
     
  8. Walt

    Walt Well-Known Member

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    I love that film. One of my favorite comic book films - killer soundtrack by Morricone as well. The DVD does indeed have a commentary track with Law and Bava biographer and expert Tim Lucas.

    So sad to hear he passed away. :shake:
     
  9. MilesSmiles

    MilesSmiles Gort Oenologist Staff

    RIP John.
     
  10. b8375629

    b8375629 New Member

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    True that. It happens to have one of the best Morricone soundtracks of all time, imo...
     
  11. GKH

    GKH Active Member

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    R.I.P.

    I loved, "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad"! And, who could forget Caroline Munro in that movie?!
     

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