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    RIP to Peter Falk who played Columbo. It was a great show in it's day. Every episode was similar. He would follow the killer around and treat him like a buddy. Then at the very end there was always one more thing and he would get him.

    Last edited by thehighwayman; 24-06-11 at 20:25.

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    r.i.p peter falk..... ahhhh that sad news ... i laughed a lot at that show...not sure it was meant to be funny in the parts i laughed...but still a sad day.

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    RIP Peter Falk.:
    Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before.
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    Ah no way thats sad. R I P Peter
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    R.I.P. Peter Falk. Really enjoyed every one of the Colombo shows.

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    Fantastic actor

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    RIP a true Tv Legend

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    I often see Columbo still showing on Sunday afternoons. After all these years it's still popular.

    He suffered from alzheimers. He was 83.

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    R.I.P peter falk,i heard a while back he had an agressive form of alzheimers and had been suffering for the past few years....the only thing we can take from his death that his suffering is over....
    Last edited by aml; 24-06-11 at 21:00.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehighwayman View Post

    He suffered from alzheimers. He was 83.
    hard to imagine how tough that is both on the patient and the family..so sad.

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