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    Quote Originally Posted by djdeath-hag View Post
    Thanks for these great photos, DivineDeath. John was gorgeous, funny & I think, highly under-rated as an actor. May he R.I.P.
    Thanks!

    I agree as well, very underrated. On Three's Company, he was very sexy and handsome, like WOWness, you know?

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    I love him doing Clifford the Big Red Dog's voice,though it always make's me sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DivineDeath View Post
    John was a hot piece of tail back in the 70's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott69 View Post
    John was a hot piece of tail back in the 70's.
    yeah he was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott69 View Post
    John was a hot piece of tail back in the 70's.
    I agree, and I love the way Suzanne Somers and Joyce DeWitt are always hanging off of him in all the photos, LOL, so cute.

    And he always had his arms around both of them, so sexy the three of them.


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    Did he endorse the Thigh Master too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIMB1967 View Post
    Did he endorse the Thigh Master too?
    Wasn't that Suzanne Somers?


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    Three's Company

    I just bought season one and two of "Three's Company" on DVD. Wow, what a difference thirty years makes. I can't believe how young he looked back then. I guess he was in his late twenties when he started doing the show.

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    Made me smile!

    Saw this on YouTube and it really made me smile & laugh thinking about the lovely John Ritter!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwMDFmyxu4Q

    Oooo and this is my first 'proper' post!

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    Welcome sarahhoney!

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    Almost 6 years...


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    Quote Originally Posted by DivineDeath View Post
    Almost 6 years...
    Has it been that long? I hadn't realised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orionova View Post
    Has it been that long? I hadn't realised.
    Yes, September 11, 2003 was when he passed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DivineDeath View Post
    Almost 6 years...
    Wow,it sure doesn't seem like it's been that long.

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    Please don't tell me that the guy with his shirt off, and all the tattoos is John Ritter's son?

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    Quote Originally Posted by **Jenna** View Post
    Wow,it sure doesn't seem like it's been that long.
    I know...


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    I'm as shocked now as I was then about his death. Come on, he was Jack from Three's Company. It's interesting how one can think, unrealistically, that certain celebrities/entertainers will live forever.

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    i loved john in stay tuned. if you look at his pictures he hardly aged at all i loved that man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DivineDeath View Post
    Yes, September 11, 2003 was when he passed.
    Didn't he and Johnny Cash die on the same day or something like that? I'll have to go look that up.

    I guess JR Cash died on the 12th, 2003.
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    Not sure if anyone has mentioned this one yet, but I thought Skin Deep was hilarious. Here is a clip... I wanted to add the glow in the dark prophylactic scene but thought I better not. If you haven't seen this movie, John Ritter is at his best with the physical comedy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YPLxTIruhs

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    I miss John Ritter, but his son Jason is a pretty good actor. I hope he does well like his dad did
    I'm a little like Tinkerbell. You know how she'll die if no one claps for her? DO YOU WANT ME TO DIE???!!!!???!!?!?!?!? CLAP!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny62 View Post
    I hate David spade. John Ritter carried the show!


    I can't stand David Spade, either. He reminds me of the bitchy guys that used to hang out with the popular kids in high school.

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    I really miss John. The one consistent thing you always hear from everyone who knew him was what a sweet and kind man he was. After he died they showed a clip of him on T.V. playing on the floor with his baby daughter. I couldn't help but cry.
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    Hooperman is soooooo underated.
    One of his best, I think.

    Then again, John Ritter is soooooo underated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamiele View Post
    Didn't he and Johnny Cash die on the same day or something like that? I'll have to go look that up.

    I guess JR Cash died on the 12th, 2003.
    They died hours apart, at least.


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    Saw him in an episode of Three's Company, it was called "Chrissy's Night Out" and he was so funny in it.


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    Yeah John bummed me out. He was such a "happy" figure. And to die so young, so successful, with a young family...

    After he died ,ET or some program showed he and his wife interviewing eachother, and you could just tell they were head over heels.
    You can't "nu uh" death. That's bad debating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EthelMertz View Post
    I really miss John. The one consistent thing you always hear from everyone who knew him was what a sweet and kind man he was. After he died they showed a clip of him on T.V. playing on the floor with his baby daughter. I couldn't help but cry.
    Yeah,i've never heard or read anything bad about him.

    Quote Originally Posted by radiojane View Post
    Yeah John bummed me out. He was such a "happy" figure. And to die so young, so successful, with a young family...

    After he died ,ET or some program showed he and his wife interviewing eachother, and you could just tell they were head over heels.
    I remember watching all that,that was sad.
    He was on Wings a couple of times,and liked them together in those Problem Child movies.

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    RIP John Ritter You're still greatly missed.
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    Rest In Peace, John

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    RIP John, 6 years already...


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    Hard to believe it's been 6 years. As I stated in a previous post I worked with John 4 days before he died. He was indeed a pleasure to work with and he was very gracious to all the fans that approached him.

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    Clifford the Big Red Dog was on t.v. last night, never saw it before. Yeah, I don't think there will ever be another John Ritter. The good die young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1karenhb View Post
    Hard to believe it's been 6 years. As I stated in a previous post I worked with John 4 days before he died. He was indeed a pleasure to work with and he was very gracious to all the fans that approached him.
    Wow,that would have been so great to work with him,well just to have met him period.

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    Happy 61st Birthday John!

    Hope you're celebrating with all your friends in Heaven.


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    Wow,I can't believe he would be 61. Happy Birthday John!

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    Quote Originally Posted by c l p View Post
    i loved john in stay tuned. if you look at his pictures he hardly aged at all i loved that man.
    I love that movie. John's legacy will live on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1karenhb View Post
    Hard to believe it's been 6 years. As I stated in a previous post I worked with John 4 days before he died. He was indeed a pleasure to work with and he was very gracious to all the fans that approached him.
    What a great thing for you and I am sure you treasure those memories. Yes, he appeared to be a genuine good guy to everyone. Laughing and making others laugh seemed to be his quest. We always loose the good ones.

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    A lost moment in time

    John Ritter and Dorothy Stratten skating in New York City, during the movie "They All Laughed" a classic film if you ask me.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_VUfxSf_Mw
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    miss him everyday.

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    Still can't believe he's gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salvatore1989 View Post
    John Ritter and Dorothy Stratten skating in New York City, during the movie "They All Laughed" a classic film if you ask me.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_VUfxSf_Mw
    I've never seen that,looks like it would be good though.

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    Once upon a time, long ago

    Dorothy Stratten and John Ritter

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    Merry Christmas John, where every you are.

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    Funny when I did a FAD search for Ritter the results displayed Bill bixby right underneath John Ritter.
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    Another great photo


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    Strange, it seems that he isn't as remembered as I thought he would be.


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    John Was The Greatest

    Quote Originally Posted by RetroFanatic View Post
    I love that movie. John's legacy will live on.
    Three's Company was just the greatest show. Even today the sexes usually keep separate from the others when sharing apartments and houses, you start mixing the sexes and trouble happens. But , I guess some would still rent to a gay man, if there were women roommates and this made me think of Jack Tripper living with Chrissie and Janet and he told Mr.Roper, he was gay and the way he would flirt with Mr.Roper, so damn funny . Makes me laugh to this day. We still miss you John, we miss the laughter and the good times. R.I.P.

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    A great comic and a good man.

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    ...and a Hottie!

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