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Subject: FUN FACT: Of the original "Dirty Dozen" from the film of the same name, Trini Lopez is among only 5 left of the motley crew -Donald Sutherland, Jim Brown, Stuart Cooper, and Colin Maitland, who remain. ...

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Date Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 11:40:00pm
In reply to: Colt 's message, "May 15th~Happy Birthday! Actress Peggy Pope (90) Director John Glen (87) Actor Trini López (82) Actress Lainie Kazan (79) Actor Nicholas Hammond (69) Actor Chazz Palminteri (67) Actor Brian Tyler (66)" on Tuesday, May 14, 08:45:57pm

The Dirty Dozen were:

Ben Carruthers (1936-1983) as Glenn Gilpin
John Cassavetes (1929-1989) as Victor Franco
Telly Savalas (1922-1994) as Archer J. Maggott
Charles Bronson (1921-2003) as Joseph T. Wladislaw
Tom Busby (1926-2003) as Milo Vladek
Al Mancini (1932-2007) as Tassos R. Bravos
Clint Walker (1927-2018) as Samson Posey
Stuart Cooper (b.1942) as Roscoe Lever
Colin Maitland (b.1942) as Seth K. Sawyer
Trini Lopez (b.1937) as Pedro Jiminez
Jim Brown (b.1936) as Robert T. Jefferson
Donald Sutherland (b.1935) as Vernon L. Pinkley

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5 still alive, 52 years after it was made is not bad. Only 1 of the Magnificent Seven was still alive, 50 years after it was made. (NT)SherlockWednesday, May 15, 02:05:19am

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