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    Easy Rider. RIP.

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    Bummer.
    Stay in Drugs. Eat your School. Don't do Vegetables.

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    RIP.
    A faulty hypothesis forming:
    A German scientist using Iranian physics and French mathematics.

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    They are waiting on Jack now.3ddf5c09ff25ec10fc77dbff63d69b36.jpg
    Stay in Drugs. Eat your School. Don't do Vegetables.

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    Wonder if sister Jane was at his bedside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lulubaines View Post
    Wonder if sister Jane was at his bedside.
    She talked like she was.

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    As I am getting older still hard to think some of
    my favorite actors just dying of old age.
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theotherlondon View Post
    As I am getting older still hard to think some of
    my favorite actors just dying of old age.
    I feel the same. Time keeps chipping away at my past.
    Stay in Drugs. Eat your School. Don't do Vegetables.

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    I read his autobiography a couple years ago. He had a rough, lonely childhood, even though their dad was famous and wealthy. After he and Jane's mom committed suicide, Peter was usually sent to live with his aunt and uncle in Nebraska. As I recall, Peter spent much of his high school years there.

    Henry was working a lot, spending about 8 years in plays on Broadway (Mr Roberts, Caine Mutiny, etc). Peter always craved attention and approval from his dad. Eventually, they worked it out. He learned about making movies by going on set with his dad when he was doing a lot of westerns.

    RIP Peter. He was an interesting, talented guy.

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