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Subject: In the early 2000s, I found myself attending quite a few celeb memorials -Billy Barty, Sydney Lassick, and others including Mr. Stone, who of all I attended, earned a packed house of rare SRO for a supporting player -well loved by many.

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Date Posted: Wednesday, November 18, 01:10:34pm
In reply to: Bio & PHOTO 's message, "ARCHIVE: November 18, 2005 ~Prolific Hollywood veteran character actor HAROLD J. STONE, always a reliable staple in film/TV roles of the 1960s and 1970s, usually as a strong, unsympathetic vein; unyielding father, husband, crime boss, or detective, in 100s of guest roles in TV's favorites like, "Twilight Zone", "Hogan's Heroes", "Barney Miller", dies at 92. ..." on Wednesday, November 18, 01:04:13pm

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Harold J. Stone is among the few TZ stars to die on the same day as another. Actress Carolyn Kearney who starred in "Ninety Years Without Slumbering" also died Nov 18, 2005. (NT)Great character actor!Wednesday, November 18, 03:42:17pm
I'm young enough to not remember him first time around, but my oh my, was he in so many things I see in reruns now. Very talented actor.Replaced Philip Loeb as the husband on "The Goldbergs" show. That show is now 70 some years old and plays on JLTV.Wednesday, November 18, 03:52:40pm

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