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Bonnie Franklin dead at 69

Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by phrelin, Mar 1, 2013.

  1. Mar 1, 2013 #1 of 10
    phrelin

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    From this story:
    RIP
     
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    Jimmy 440

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    I used to love that show.
    RIP Bonnie.
     
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    oldschoolecw

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    RIP Bonnie
     
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    Very sad! One Day At A Time was one of my favorite shows back in my youth. I pretty much faithfully watched the show every week until about 1982..

    Thank You Bonnie for many years of entertainment and Rest In Peace...
     
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    Nick

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    R.I.P. Bonnie :crying_sa I still love you. :heart:
     
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    MysteryMan

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    R.I.P. Bonnie
     
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    whitewolf8214

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    RIP Bonnie and I enjoyed the show back in the days .... we got to see Valerie Bertinelli grow up in that show :D;):)
     
  8. Mar 2, 2013 #8 of 10
    phrelin

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    When I made the OP, I really didn't know what else to say but RIP. But I like this article R.I.P. Bonnie Franklin: Farewell to One of TV's Coolest (and First) Single Moms.

    And is it just me, or are we seeing many an obit of famous folks who died of pancreatic cancer? I just don't remember so many people dying of it 30 years ago. I realize it is the fourth-highest cancer killer among both men and women worldwide, but it just seems like I was unaware of it until fairly recently.
     
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    From what I'm reading, it's the most incurable cancer there is. My friend died of it a couple of years ago. To me, it's like a pancreatic cancer death would have been "lost in the crowd" years ago. Now it stands out because so many people survive cancer for a lot longer than they used to.
     
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    I guess that's true. I suppose there was a time cancer deaths were hardly noticeable among the cholera and plague deaths. I'm just old and remember other things.
     

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