Famous People Who Died

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I remember him in Miami Vice, played Papa Legba. He was also in 52 Pickup and film I watched at the pictures but have no other relocation of, except that Williams was in it and the protagonist had an E-Type Jag!
 

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Arnathor

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Apparently John McAffe suicided himself. Was likely Arkancide, a la Epstein/Vince Foster'd.
 

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famously parodied by dan akroyd on snl in the 70's


man that show used to be so good
 

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Gerd Muller German footballer aged 75.

Staggeringly prolific striker. A bit of a goalhanger but one of his country’s finest. Never got the same publicity as Beckenbauer but just as important.


No.1 Gerd Müller WEST GERMANY​

Where else to start but the ultimate goal-poacher, the legendary Gerd Müller. Looking at the German, with his short, stocky appearance, complete with enormous thighs, you wouldn't expect him to be particularly mobile, yet that was his main physical asset. His speed off the mark and over short distances, his lightning quick turns and movement, coupled with a natural instinct to be in the right place at the right time, made him football's greatest six-yard box predator. Müller was a phenomenal goal scorer - any time the ball was near him in the box it spelt danger. He seemed to score so many goals in the penalty area where he had his back to goal, spinning quickly to lose his marker and making an opportunity for himself, which more often than not he would score with.
During his fifteen years with Bayern Munich his scoring rate was incredible, he was the Bundesliga top scorer for seven seasons and nearly reached a ratio of a goal per game in over 600 matches for the Bavarian giants, helping them to four Bundesliga titles and three European Cup triumphs. His record at international level was even better, scoring 68 goals in 62 appearances, and he was a key part of the teams that won the 1972 European Championships and the 1974 World Cup. World Cup balls hitting the back of the net were his particular speciality - he scored 14 goals in just two tournaments, 1970 and 1974, which was a record until Ronaldo broke it in 2006.
Gerd Müller's Clubs: 1861 Nördlingen, Bayern Munich, Fort Lauderdale Strikers.

 
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