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Two ‘in passing’ RIPs

Two passings of guys who did not loom large in MSTory but are worth noting:

Singer-songwriter Glen Campbell died Aug. 8. He was mentioned in a host segment in episode 514- TEENAGE STRANGLER.

And actor Ty Hardin, best known for the ’50s TV series “Bronco,” died Aug, 3. He got about three seconds […]

RIP Haruo Nakajima

Haruo Nakajima, who spent two decades playing Japan’s most famous Tokyo-stomping kaiju, has died at the age of 88.

Over to our resident kaiju expert, Reaper G, for the details. Reap?

MSTies will remember him as the titular star of the film featured in episode 213- GODZILLA VS. THE SEA MONSTER. […]

Martin Landau, RIP

LOS ANGELES–Versatile Oscar-winning actor Martin Laundau died July 15 at the UCLA Medical Center after a brief hospital stay. He was 89.

Longtime MSTies will remember him as Comm. John Koenig in the movie in episode K10- COSMIC PRINCESS. But many more MSTies may remember him in his Oscar-winning role as […]

RIP Adam West

LOS ANGELES — Adam West, the ardent actor who managed to keep his tongue in cheek while wearing the iconic cowl of the Caped Crusader on the classic 1960s series “Batman,” died at his home here June 9, following a short battle with leukemia. He was 88.

MSTies will recall that he […]

Sonny West, RIP

Nashville–Delbert B. “Sonny” West Jr., one of the original members of Elvis’ “Memphis Mafia” died here of cancer May 24. He was 78. West became close with Elvis thanks, in part, to his cousin, Red West (Red went to high school with Elvis and worked with him from the beginning of his career). […]