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    RIP Donald Sutherland

    Donald Sutherland who played Hawkeye Pierce in the movie MASH has passed away at age 88. He was in many movies. Most I don't know or have never seen. He was also a great baseball fan. I remember him narrating a film about the Hall of Fame that was regularly shown during ESPN's early days. I had recorded it on VHS but that tape has long since broke. I did find an abbreviated version of it on youtube. It's called The Game and Its Glory. RIP Donald Sutherland.




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    Re: RIP Donald Sutherland

    Are they sure it was him?



    Sutherland's from the Michael Caine and Gene Hackman school of "If he's in it, then it's probably pretty watchable." Sad that he's gone, but A+ job on living a full life.
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    Re: RIP Donald Sutherland

    I’ll remember him as Hawkeye Pierce in the movie “M.A.S.H.,” the hippie tank commander in “Kelly’s Heroes” and the stoned professor in “Animal House.”
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    Re: RIP Donald Sutherland

    Loved Donald. In a lot of stuff, pops up randomly.

    Oddly enough one of his most memorable performances for me was the pyromaniac in Backdraft. Him and Deniro going toe to toe is pretty incredible to watch, even if its just a silly popcorn flick.
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    Re: RIP Donald Sutherland

    RIP. Pretty great career.



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