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Handrejka

Posted 22 February 2015 - 02:23 PM

Stanley Lebor (Howard from EDC) seems to have died last year without any press.

 

http://www.zetaminor...2014)&p=1875460


Posted 16 February 2015 - 11:39 PM

 

 

 

 

Pamela Cundell has died aged 95 according to this forum. Can't see a mention anywhere else though.

 

http://www.mausoleum...981d4e27ce68543

Dad's Army Museum say so on their website.

 

Is this enough for me to claim my Deathrace points?

 

The Dad's Army Society suggest the news has come from Frank Williams and their source is being quoted on Wiki

 

Guardian obit.

 

Sad news.I was hoping against hope it wasn't true.But she was 95 so she had a good innings


Cat O'Falk

Posted 16 February 2015 - 05:48 PM

 

 

 

Pamela Cundell has died aged 95 according to this forum. Can't see a mention anywhere else though.

 

http://www.mausoleum...981d4e27ce68543

Dad's Army Museum say so on their website.

 

Is this enough for me to claim my Deathrace points?

 

The Dad's Army Society suggest the news has come from Frank Williams and their source is being quoted on Wiki

 

Guardian obit.


Bibliogryphon

Posted 16 February 2015 - 01:18 PM

 

 

Pamela Cundell has died aged 95 according to this forum. Can't see a mention anywhere else though.

 

http://www.mausoleum...981d4e27ce68543

Dad's Army Museum say so on their website.

 

Is this enough for me to claim my Deathrace points?

 

The Dad's Army Society suggest the news has come from Frank Williams and their source is being quoted on Wiki


Bibliogryphon

Posted 16 February 2015 - 12:35 PM

 

Pamela Cundell has died aged 95 according to this forum. Can't see a mention anywhere else though.

 

http://www.mausoleum...981d4e27ce68543

Dad's Army Museum say so on their website.

 

Is this enough for me to claim my Deathrace points?


Spade_Cooley

Posted 16 February 2015 - 10:42 AM

 

Heard from a pretty reliable source that Gerald Sim, occasionally discussed in this thread, died last Sunday and the funeral was yesterday. I'm not sure if the family have requested no press coverage or if his star had fell that far that nobody could be bothered to knock up 250 words for the BBC online, but I'm pretty sure you can cross him off 2015.

Did Gerald Sim die last December or was it an erogenous report?

 

 

We've discussed this in the DDP thread, I'm 100% sure he's dead but this hasn't been picked up by the press for whatever reason.

 

Possibly when Sheila Sim carks it the papers will find out he's also kaput.


Paul Bearer

Posted 16 February 2015 - 05:15 AM

I was recently trying to think of 80s (or older) sitcoms where everyone is still alive and was surprised that Howard and Hilda from Ever Decreasing Circles are both still with us, meaning all the main cast from that are still with us.


Well that's not true now obviously. Did anyone else catch this on BBC4 earlier? It still holds up quite well. So what is the oldest sitcom where all the main cast are still with us? Red Dwarf maybe?

Never The Twain ran from 1981-91, starred Windsor Davies (b. 1930) and Donald Sinden (b. 1923), both still alive. Derek (not)Deadman also still breathing, Honor Blackman and Zara Nutley both had supporting roles at various points, also still with us
Derek Deadman no longer still breathing according to IMDB
No shit, Sherlock.

Posted 16 February 2015 - 12:21 AM

 

 

I was recently trying to think of 80s (or older) sitcoms where everyone is still alive and was surprised that Howard and Hilda from Ever Decreasing Circles are both still with us, meaning all the main cast from that are still with us.


Well that's not true now obviously. Did anyone else catch this on BBC4 earlier? It still holds up quite well. So what is the oldest sitcom where all the main cast are still with us? Red Dwarf maybe?

 


Never The Twain ran from 1981-91, starred Windsor Davies (b. 1930) and Donald Sinden (b. 1923), both still alive. Derek (not)Deadman also still breathing, Honor Blackman and Zara Nutley both had supporting roles at various points, also still with us

 

Derek Deadman no longer still breathing according to IMDB


Posted 16 February 2015 - 12:13 AM

Heard from a pretty reliable source that Gerald Sim, occasionally discussed in this thread, died last Sunday and the funeral was yesterday. I'm not sure if the family have requested no press coverage or if his star had fell that far that nobody could be bothered to knock up 250 words for the BBC online, but I'm pretty sure you can cross him off 2015.

Did Gerald Sim die last December or was it an erogenous report?


Posted 16 February 2015 - 12:07 AM

So just Ian Lavender and the bloke who played  the vicar left then from the regular cast


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