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Harry Anderson (night court) Passes

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He was 65 years old. Played Judge Harry Stone on Night Court, Boy I liked that show.

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One show I was really hoping to see come back with the original cast. Sigh. 

Getting old just means I will be seeing lots more of this until it's my turn. 

Russ

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I watch this show a lot back in the day. Although dated, the humour still stands today.

 

:(

 

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Sad news. We always liked the show. Watched it in first run and syndicated.

Had a great cast and funny and sometimes serious story lines!

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My wife and I watched Night Court every week and really enjoyed the show.  I read an article about his passing very quickly and I thought it said he was only 65.  If I read that correctly, he passed away at a rather young age by today's medical standards.

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I don't believe that I had ever watched that show especially if it had a "laugh track." If a show is funny, I'll laugh and I don't need a laugh track to let me know when to laugh just because the writer thinks his/her stuff is funny.

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I saw him in Tahoe in the late 80s. His magic act was a WAY different character than his character on Night Court, and he was quite the potty mouth. He was very talented. RIP,  "Harry The Hat."

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Loved Night Court!  And Markie Post of course!!

I remember seeing this too

R I P

Harry Anderson

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21 hours ago, madhorseman said:

Loved Night Court!  And Markie Post of course!!

I remember seeing this too

R I P

Harry Anderson

Yup, he did that. We were sitting right in front of the stage and it looked incredibly real. He bent over and stuck his arm out to give everyone a closer look.  

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