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    Patrick Swayze, dead at 57 YOA

    Pat Swayze dies at age 57.................

    THIS JUST IN: Kanye West interrupts Patricks Swayze's death to claim Micheal Jackson had the most awesome death ever
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    That is so sad, what a brave fight he put up. RIP Patrick you will be missed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamste81 View Post
    That is so sad, what a brave fight he put up. RIP Patrick you will be missed.
    Amen to that. A great actor. Red Dawn, Roadhouse, and Ghost are my favorite movies he performed in.
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    Ran into him about 20 years ago in Charleston S.C. during the filming of "The North and South". (Along with a 130 pound Christy Alley.) I just watched Roadhouse again this past week. Great actor. : - (

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    Tremendous talent. He'll be missed.
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    Very sad. He was a class act all around. Red Dawn was my favorite Swayze flick.
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    another victim of cancer.
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    Bummer, what a fight he put up. Great actor. He will be missed. RIP
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    I still love Red Dawn. My sister met Swayze a few years ago at an Arabian Horse show. She said he was a very good rider, and surprisingly short in person.
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    He's not the guy who shoved the gerbil up his arse is he?
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    No Spotts, I believe that was Richard Gere.
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    OK, then I always thought he was cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spotts View Post
    He's not the guy who shoved the gerbil up his arse is he?
    I think that rumor was attached to Jerry Pennacoli.

    Jerry worked in Philly TV for several years. His nickname became "Gerbil Pennacoli."
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