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Philip Seymour Hoffman. July 23, 1967-February 2, 2014.
Lance Mannion on Monday, February 03, 2014 in Now Playing at Cine 1001-2000 | Permalink
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Thanks for the time and space on this. We have lost perhaps the most gifted, and certainly the most skilled, prominent male actor of my generation. (And so desperately too soon -- think what his lion-in-winter roles would've been like.)
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Monday, February 03, 2014 at 09:53 AM
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