R.I.P. Norman Lloyd

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I just watched Buccaneer's Girl (1950) tonight. I'm glad I choose that movie as it seems fitting to pay respect to Norman Lloyd who had a very long career, even though I had no idea of who he was while watching the movie and I hadn't know he had passed.




What an iconic still from Hitchcock's Saboteur (1942). I didn't realize he was American. Always thought of him as a Brit. Such an impressive career, and a looong life!



One cannot even be sad. The man really lived a life. Bravo, let's raise a toast to him.



Another great one is gone. Again, I say, for what seems like the hundredth time this year alone, Godspeed. Godspeed, Mr. Lloyd.
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