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Subject: Of course he meant to return to his dog.


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This was a nightmarish scenario all around, and....
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Date Posted: Saturday, July 27, 06:53:35am
In reply to: ...and it wasn't abandoned, before a suicide. 's message, "So sd he left his pet dog in his car to die. I would hope he meant to return to the car..." on Saturday, July 27, 06:17:53am

....no matter the troubling details of that day or his life, events overwhelmed Mr. Levin. Tragic. (BTW, I was about ready to write, "Even though I never saw him perform...", thanks to the person above who provided the 'Spinal Tap' info. A favorite film, thus making this death doubly depressing.) I'd love to think that, in a joyous afterlife, dog and master are now reunited and that Charles and Boo Boo Bear are somewhere happy forevermore.

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is there any indication it was a suicide? (NT)the article said it was an accident/his car got stuck in rough terrainSaturday, July 27, 08:19:02am
Talking about big films he was in, today I'm remembering him best in a small role, but HUGE film ANNIE HALL (1977), in one of the final scenes, Levin rehearses as Woody Allen character in play Allen writes to 'correct' the ending of his real life! -Here 'tis ...It's a small part, but it's the ending in an Academy Award Best Picture!Saturday, July 27, 11:25:59am


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