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R.I.P. Richard Anderson of "The Six Million Dollar Man"

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Another actor I admired has passed. Godspeed, "Oscar Goldman"

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91 is a pretty good age (same as Jerry Lewis).

Don't remember the movie, but it was an old one where Richard Anderson was in a military uniform and he was strikingly handsome - very tall with chiseled features.

I was at a comic con in 1998 and he was there.




Don't remember the movie, but it was an old one where Richard Anderson was in a military uniform and he was strikingly handsome - very tall with chiseled features.
Was it Paths of Glory?




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I did not see that version. I saw the TV Remake starring Don Johnson, Judith Ivey, Cybil Shepard and Jason Robards.

You really should see the original...the chemistry between Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward practically burns a hole through the screen.



Ghouls, vampires, werewolves... let's party.
Damn. He was great in The Six Million Dollar Man. I grew up watching that show. I loved it. He'll be missed.




Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord; and let perpetual light shine upon them; and may they rest in peace.



Was it Paths of Glory?

Might have been, but I didn't remember him with a mustache in it.
It's hard to narrow down because he often played military types, so was often in uniform.
I might be thinking of his small role in Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970).



Might have been, but I didn't remember him with a mustache in it.
It's hard to narrow down because he often played military types, so was often in uniform.
I might be thinking of his small role in Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970).
I vote "Paths of Glory" as both Richard Anderson and Joseph Turkel starred in it.