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Date Posted: 11:05:48 10/28/05 Fri
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In reply to: prophet livingood 's message, "JOSE FLORES who played SAMUEL passed away (died) in 1996" on 17:44:20 10/19/05 Wed

Your post is filled with misinformation, though I don't think it was necessarily intentional.

First off, despite what IMDB says, there are TWO actors under the name "Jose Flores." The one from Ark II, according to my sources, did NOT move to Mexico and star in Spanish-language movies. THAT actor is Jose Flores Jagger (or some such) and is the actor who died in 1996 in Mexico.

From what I understand, OUR Jose is still alive and living in California.

Secondly, I think it is highly unlikely (nay, preposterous) to suggest that Jose and Jean Marie Hon got married! He was just a teenager when the show was on the air in 1976 (and a poor driver when it came to the roamer, so he might not even have been old enough for a driver's licence). Ms. Hon was certainly in her 20s at the time. If you have any evidence to such a union, then please share with us, but just to quote something like that that "you heard", try to take into account how likely it is or isn't to be true.

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