We here at ABM are saddend to report on the passing of screen legend, Harry Morgan… Now Mr. Morgan was probably best known for his roles on TV Shows such as M*A*S*H, in which he played Colonel Sherman T. Potter a real Army man who in his later years is the beloved Commanding Officer of the [...]
According to The Hollywood Reporter: We here at ABM are saddened to report on the passing of actress, Annette Charles (Grease), due to complications stemming from a recent surgical procedure. Miss Charles, who with 18 TV Show/Movie credits under her name, was probably most well known for having played Cha Cha DiGregorio in the hit [...]
We here at ABM are sad to report the unfortunate passing of legendary actor Peter Falk… The Emmy Winning Actor had passed away last night at the age of 83, after having suffered from a bout with Alzheimer’s Disease… If you were born some time in the last half century, then you might remember that [...]
According to Filmjunk: We here at Awesomebmovies.com are sad to report on the passing of actor Ryan Dunn (1977-2011) Ryan Dunn, who is probably best known for entertaining audiences all over America with the frequently painful antics that he did during his time working with Johnny Knoxville and his crew on Jackass, died early yesterday [...]
We grew up watching actor Jeff Conaway as the struggling New York actor and cab driver Bobby Wheeler on TV’s ‘Taxi’ (1978-1982). His charming misadventures were hilarious as he was the constant butt of his boss Louie De Palma’s (Danny Devito) jokes. Taxi would end up becoming a show known for taking a group of misfits and outcasts from society’s under belly, and bringing them together as friends who would support each other through life’s many hurdle’s.
Mr. Lumet began his career in the 1950′s directing television. In the 1960′s he graduated to feature films and gained recognition for his film Fail Safe (1964) starring Walter Mathau and Henry Fonda. In the 1970′s Sidney defined the gritty crime drama with his films The Anderson Tapes (1971) starring Sean Connery and Serpico (1973) starred Al Pacino.
We’re saddened today of the news that screen legend Elizabeth Taylor, who starred in the epic Cleopatra (1963), has passed away at the age of 79. According to Deadline: The British born actress who started working as an actress when she was 12 years old, and would later grow up to be the personification [...]
We here at AwesomeBMovie.com are saddend to report that according to Starpulse.com: Producer/Publicist Walter Seltzer who produced such classic films as The Omega Man with Charlton Heston and Marty with Rod Steiger passed away on Friday from an age related illness at the age of 97, according to officials at the Motion Picture & Television [...]
Actress Susannah York who had worked in the industry for over 50 years in such notable films as Superman’s 1, 2 and 4 with Christopher Reeves. She also played the character Jane Eyre in the 1970′s TV movie of the same name with George C. Scott, has after struggling with bone cancer, passed away [...]
Details are still forthcoming, but we just learned about the passing of great filmmaker Peter Yates. Yates became a prolific filmmaker over the years for his work in film, perhaps most notably for his collaboration with “The Cooler King” himself, Steve McQueen, on the film “Bullitt” in 1968. He was nominated for 2 Academy Awards [...]