Robert Culp, I Spy, Dead

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  1. silentpoet

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    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2010/03/24/spy-actor-robert-culp-dies/?test=latestnews

    Did not see this posted yet.

     
  2. Gallium

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    He was, in my opinion, a good actor.

    'Drew

    RIP sir.
     

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    Another sad passing. RIP.

    Sadly, there's a whole bunch of greats getting way up there.
     
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    Good actor.

    GREAT in "I Spy" and "Greatest American Hero". (Anyone remember that???)

    Mr. Culp, you will be missed. Thank you for entertaining us.
     
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    Glock-it-to-me Catching liars

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    RIP Robert
    It seems like we're losing too many cool guys as of late.
     
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    DaGroaner Anti-Socialist

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    I remember it.The guy that starred in it was that Katt from Big Wednesday.
     
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    Time to break out my I Spy DVDs.

    I used to enjoy "the wonderfullness of" that show......
     
  9. silentpoet

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    Greatest American Hero is really what I know him from. It is a little sad to see him pass away.
     
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    RIP, Bob

    I always enjoyed your characters. You will be remembered by those of
    us that are old enough to remember you.
     
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    R.I.P.


    remember him in "Pelican Brief"
     
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    bob and carol, ted and alice.
    With the luscious Natalie Wood.

    RIP
     
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    I agree and always enjoyed his acting. He was so cool in everything he played in. RIP
     
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    Hannie Caulder anyone?

    I still vivedly remember Robert Culp as a man with a glass hand on The Outer Limits . :shocked: That was 1964, i think.

    Be with God, sir. :angel:

    NB: I can recall TV shows from 1964, but can't remember what I had for dinner. :fred:
     
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    It's only just begun.. there's a ton of us old farts around (at least for a little while longer).





    R.I.P. Mr. Culp, and Thanks for all the entertainment..
     
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    If I recall correctly, Culp was a gun nut who owned several custom pieces. I remember reading that years ago. I hope he was not the kind of "celebrity gun nut" asswipe/ hypocrit such as Sean Penn for example.
     
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    Dang....:shocked:

    No more 'Here we are, locked in room' jokes........:supergrin:

    RIP Robert.....:angel:
     
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    rtl Robby The Guy Millennium Member

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    yep......greatest american hero is what i know him from. always like him too after that. see ya on the other side man....
     
  19. BobbyS

    BobbyS Truth always sounds like lies to a sinner

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    He was really good in everything.

    +1 Hannie Caulder
     
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    Gun nut too, IIRC