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Old 04-16-2018, 12:42 PM
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Godspeed Marine! May you rest in peace!

For those in this forum who don't know him;

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Starred in On Deadly Ground
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Starred in The History Channel's Mail Call
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He played a good role in "Seven" as well.
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Swag,

You forget:
The Boys in Company C (as of course a Marine DI)
Apocalypse Now (Huey Pilot 1/9 Cav)
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He'll be missed. You need a hard-as-nails character, he could do it. And his Mail Call show was also good-back when the History Channel did history. The Gunny may be gone, but his work lives. Semper Fi.
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Most importantly, he played the fathers of Greg House and Briscoe County Jr.
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He'll be missed. You need a hard-as-nails character, he could do it. And his Mail Call show was also good-back when the History Channel did history. The Gunny may be gone, but his work lives. Semper Fi.
Yeah, I was pretty bummed when they cancelled Mail Call. I didn't/still don't know why they did it. I imagine that it had really low overhead, and I got the impression that it pulled in pretty good ratings.
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Always wanted to meet him, though he seems to be a bit on the acerbic side. My stepmonster met him at a Marine Corps Ball in Quantico in the 1970s, when he was just starting his celebrity run -- I'm not far off the mark!
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Yeah, I was pretty bummed when they cancelled Mail Call. I didn't/still don't know why they did it. I imagine that it had really low overhead, and I got the impression that it pulled in pretty good ratings.
They still have regular reruns on the Military Channel of Mail Call, and I watch them, even though it seems I've watched each episode at least five times.
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