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10/03/2007

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Outstanding story there. What happened after? Good luck!

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Awesome man! I would love to watch it live.I wish I had found it out sooner. Thanks for sharing it.

Stéphane

I didn't knew Ted Cassidy, but when my childrens where yongs, the Adams family and LURCH, were a source of great fun and a source of family respect and harmony...thank MrsTed Cassidy for this gift of love and pure respect between human beings...

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 there would have been more "i love yous" ... more "i'm sorrys"... but mostly, given another shots at life, i would seize every minute... look at it and really see it...live it...and never give it back.

Jeanne vanDorn  Mauk

Ted Cassidy was a friend of mine, an occasional date, at Stetson Unversity,DeLand,Florida. Hewas a basketball star (at 6'9") and I was 5'11". We both were active in theatre --he on stage and I backstage.A gentle man, he took any role offered to him. When he began, years later,as Lurch, I wrote to him and he explained, "When I turned 30, I thought I had better get moving upward so I sent a video to California."
He did n't want to be remembered for the role of Lurch; he wanted to be remembered for classical drama,-- and he could do classics as proved in college, but I'm afraid dear Ted, that Lurch was your most memorable and
popular role.

Pete Fanning

He was also the growling voice (if you can call it that :) ) of the Incredible Hulk in the TV series, and also the narrator at the beginning...you know...."Dr. David Banner: physician; scientist. Searching for a way to tap into the hidden strengths that all humans have. Then an accidental overdose of gamma radiation alters his body chemistry...."....and so on....

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