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    Another one passes on.

    Dennis Hopper, creator of hit 'Easy Rider,' dies
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  • #2
    Requiem in pace, Mr. Hopper.

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    • #3
      Sad, he was such a 'cool dude'. He'll be missed by many.

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      • #4
        Dennis, ride like the wind. Thanks for Hoosiers!

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        • #5
          My very first real "kiss" had a fringe leather jacket just like Hofer wore in Easy Rider ........ {{{{{sigh}}}}}}} he even looked a little like him ... actually all my boyfriends looked like him ..... it was the 70's man ...... got my motor runnin' ... yes ... yes it did ......

          See ya' later Dennis {{{{{mmmmmwahhhh}}}}}......

          Obie
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          • #6
            He was one of my favorites. His goofy walk was hilarious. My favorite
            movies of his were Flashback and Water World. R.I.P. Dennis Hopper.

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            • #7
              heard that at my friends when I was in virginia earlier, it's sad. he was a crazy dude
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              • #8
                He was in a lot of shitty movies, but a few great ones make him (along with being crazy and drunk and drugged out most always) a legend imo; good, bad and ugly.

                Wherever you may be, smoke one for me Dennis.
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                • #9
                  Oh so sad. He will be missed.

                  Obie - you cracked me up. I never would have guessed that about you.

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                  • #10
                    I loved him in the movie "the rivers edge" as the amputee vet who has a blow-up doll I forgot the doll's name but its a funny movie. Its a bummer he's gone because he wasn't that old.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by MSWIFE1 View Post
                      Oh so sad. He will be missed.

                      Obie - you cracked me up. I never would have guessed that about you.
                      Really? Obie (and I!) quite enjoyed the 70's. Our mothers...not so much.

                      I'll miss the Dennis of his youth. Sadly he had long since passed, leaving a bitter greedy husk, by recent accounts. Apparently he was trying to disinherit his wife for fear she'd donate money to the liberals. LOL, age changes ppl, he became what he eared in his wild and crazy days. I hope he's up there in the fringed jacket, enjoying all that hair!
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                      • #12
                        A fighter right to the end. His influence on my generation was prominent no matter your political views. Just a peek at the baby boomers thought process and our mark on the United States way of life. You will be missed but not forgotten.

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                        • #13
                          That was one freaked out movie. Nobody really seemed to care about the dead girl, which seemed disturbing to me, but the movie was funny, too. A reflection on the times I suppose.

                          One of Hopper's better roles imo.
                          Originally posted by wtf View Post
                          I loved him in the movie "the rivers edge" as the amputee vet who has a blow-up doll I forgot the doll's name but its a funny movie. Its a bummer he's gone because he wasn't that old.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by rdf View Post
                            That was one freaked out movie. Nobody really seemed to care about the dead girl, which seemed disturbing to me, but the movie was funny, too. A reflection on the times I suppose.

                            One of Hopper's better roles imo.
                            That movie was based on a true story, I remember reading it in Rolling Stone.
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                            • #15
                              such interesting timing to me, 2 months after the death of my cousin who Hopper modeled for his character of the crazy photo journalist in Apocalypse Now. Also, they both converted to Republicansim in their later years and were lucky to die at 74 given their drug fueled eary years.
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