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PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2021 5:48 am    Post subject: The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021 Reply with quote

The camp was divided into two groups - some believe that the current year will be better than the last one, others that it will come with the same problems as the last one or even worse (although I am not a pessimist, but I belong to the second group, since we have many unresolved and the ongoing problems from last year that it is almost unbelievable that this year can even provide us with some kind of stability). Let see if this is going to be the best year for Avengerland or not, as for:

The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021

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1. Jonathan Alwyn (TV director and producer, directed seven Avengers episodes from 1962 to 1964)
2. Morris Perry (actress, appeared in the Avengers episodes Tunnel of Fear, Dragonsfield and Killer Whale)
3. Barbara Shelley (actress, appeared in the Avengers episodes Dragonsfield and From Venus With Love)
4. Geoffrey Chater (actor, appeared in the Avengers episodes You Have Just Been Murdered and You'll Catch Your Death)
5. Arthur Cox (actor, appeared in the Avengers episodes From Venus With Love and Whoever Shot Poor George Oblique Stroke XR40?)
6. Anthony Dawes (actor, appeared in the Avengers episodes The Outside-In Man and Epic)
7. Mark Eden (actor, appeared in the Avengers episodes Ashes of Roses and Mission to Montreal)
8. Frank Mills (actor, appeared in the Avengers episodes The Charmers and The Master Minds)
9. Edwin Apps (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode The Correct Way to Kill)
10. Leon Greene (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode The Superlative Seven)
11. Nicola Pagett (actress, appeared in the Avengers episode Have Guns - Will Haggle)
12. Tony Selby (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode The Curious Case of the Countless Clues)
13. David de Keyser (actor, appeared in the TNA episode Faces)
14. Stuart Damon (actor, appeared in the TNA episode Trap)
15. Alan Curtis (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode Mission to Montreal)
16. Trader Faulkner (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode Propellant 23)
17. Maria Andipa (actress, appeared in the Avengers episode Death Dispatch)
18. Ian Gardiner (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode Girl on the Trapeze)
19. Christopher Coll (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode Killer Whale)
20. Rick Jones (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode The Little Wonders)
21. Graham Rigby (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode A Change of Bait)
22. John Gayford (actor, appeared in the Avengers episode The Radioactive Man)
23. John Challis (actor, appeared in the TNA episode Dirtier by the Dozen)
24. Kay Hawtrey (actress, appeared in the TNA episode The Gladiators)
25. Desmond Davis (directed the TNA episode The Eagles Nest)
26. Roy Everson (extra and driving double, appeared in several Avengers episodes)
27. Pauline Chamberlain (extra, at least appeared in two Avengers episodes, Quick-Quick Slow Death and Escape in Time)
28. Harry Fielder (extra, at least appeared in one Avengers episode, Split!)
29. Roy Scammell (stuntman, at least appeared in one Avengers episode, Bizarre)
30. Peggy Spirito (continuity and post-production worker on many color Avengers episodes)
31. Ian Wilson (worked as a lighting cameraman in the TNA episodes Sleeper and Dirtier by the Dozen, as a second unit director in the TNA episode Hostage and as a first assistant director: second unit in the TNA episode Dead Men Are Dangerous)
32. Wally Schneiderman (worked as a makeup artist in the TNA episode Dirtier by the Dozen)

Unidentified on screen:
Johnny Briggs (actor, participated in The Avengers according to many sources).

Unconfirmed year of death (2020 or 2021):
Bill Hemmings (extra, appeared in the TNA episode The Eagle's Nest)


Radio series

Clive Scott (actor)


Feature film

Anthony Powell (Costume designer)
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2021 9:04 am    Post subject: Re: The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021 Reply with quote

denis rigg wrote:
The camp was divided into two groups - some believe that the current year will be better than the last one, others that it will come with the same problems as the last one or even worse (although I am not a pessimist, but I belong to the second group, since we have many unresolved and the ongoing problems from last year that it is almost unbelievable that this year can even provide us with some kind of stability). Let see if this is going to be the best year for Avengerland or not, as for:

The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021

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1. Mark Eden (actor, appeared in Avengers episodes Ashes of Roses and Mission to Montreal)





Eden's passing...will be the first of many in 2021....and myself, I think 2021 will be getting worse...as we haven't hit bottom quite yet...I hope I'm 100 % wrong in this opinion.....
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2021 2:40 pm    Post subject: Re: The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021 Reply with quote

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Eden's passing...will be the first of many in 2021....and myself, I think 2021 will be getting worse...as we haven't hit bottom quite yet...I hope I'm 100 % wrong in this opinion.....
I think you are quite right in that estimation. I am strapping in for a rough ride this winter. My own dad (born 1946) is back in hospital with pneumonia and now, from his previous stay, Covid-19. Today I already had to say a virtual goodbye to two of my favourite actors, and we're only one day into the New Year. Stay safe, everyone.
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Dame Diana gets a credit in this list of Dr Who actors who passed this year, I'm sure Honor Blackman does too (not seen it all yet) as well as a writer of Honor's story in the show:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=IwAR1F7SX8crL6GRpWIMllcgC-CxREMGUFowsnE8vqcda9hLcwiv91YM6AxBs&v=ETIhigg0l0E&feature=youtu.be
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2021 4:54 pm    Post subject: Re: The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021 Reply with quote

Frankymole wrote:
mousemeat wrote:

Eden's passing...will be the first of many in 2021....and myself, I think 2021 will be getting worse...as we haven't hit bottom quite yet...I hope I'm 100 % wrong in this opinion.....
I think you are quite right in that estimation. I am strapping in for a rough ride this winter. My own dad (born 1946) is back in hospital with pneumonia and now, from his previous stay, Covid-19. Today I already had to say a virtual goodbye to two of my favourite actors, and we're only one day into the New Year. Stay safe, everyone.


I intend to hunker down...until spring..then focus on yard work, and cycling
on a dismal note..a friend several houses down the street, died from complications of covid today
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2021 7:10 am    Post subject: Re: The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021 Reply with quote

mousemeat wrote:
Frankymole wrote:
mousemeat wrote:

Eden's passing...will be the first of many in 2021....and myself, I think 2021 will be getting worse...as we haven't hit bottom quite yet...I hope I'm 100 % wrong in this opinion.....
I think you are quite right in that estimation. I am strapping in for a rough ride this winter. My own dad (born 1946) is back in hospital with pneumonia and now, from his previous stay, Covid-19. Today I already had to say a virtual goodbye to two of my favourite actors, and we're only one day into the New Year. Stay safe, everyone.


I intend to hunker down...until spring..then focus on yard work, and cycling
on a dismal note..a friend several houses down the street, died from complications of covid today


It's sad to hear about your friend, my condolences. The year began in the spirit of the end of the past.
I will focus on continuing to preserve myself until spring too (considering that in any case there are no creative proposals beyond online before this period), and then it will be visible.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2021 7:41 am    Post subject: Re: The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021 Reply with quote

denis rigg wrote:
mousemeat wrote:
Frankymole wrote:
mousemeat wrote:

Eden's passing...will be the first of many in 2021....and myself, I think 2021 will be getting worse...as we haven't hit bottom quite yet...I hope I'm 100 % wrong in this opinion.....
I think you are quite right in that estimation. I am strapping in for a rough ride this winter. My own dad (born 1946) is back in hospital with pneumonia and now, from his previous stay, Covid-19. Today I already had to say a virtual goodbye to two of my favourite actors, and we're only one day into the New Year. Stay safe, everyone.


I intend to hunker down...until spring..then focus on yard work, and cycling
on a dismal note..a friend several houses down the street, died from complications of covid today


It's sad to hear about your friend, my condolences. The year began in the spi


rit of the end of the past.
I will focus on continuing to preserve myself until spring too (considering that in any case there are no creative proposals beyond online before this period)

, and then it will be visible.


thanks for your post / reply...no doubt, it's been a roller coaster..as society is attempting to deal with the virus, and re boot itself..in my section of memphis, called ' COOPER-YOUNG, our local garden club is attempting to have it's annual garden walk in May 2021. This would be the 6th yr, as last year was cancelled due to COVID concerns..Myself, I simply plan to work on art, as I'm having an exhibit in Nov,postponed from 2020..and focus on yard work and cycling, as I'm a avid cyclist..even at my creaking old age...LOL.....I'm interested in hearing about what's happening in YOUR part of the world..and how you are dealing with it...as I'm sure, we will eventually get an handle on covid, etc.
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mousemeat wrote:
denis rigg wrote:
mousemeat wrote:
Frankymole wrote:
mousemeat wrote:

Eden's passing...will be the first of many in 2021....and myself, I think 2021 will be getting worse...as we haven't hit bottom quite yet...I hope I'm 100 % wrong in this opinion.....
I think you are quite right in that estimation. I am strapping in for a rough ride this winter. My own dad (born 1946) is back in hospital with pneumonia and now, from his previous stay, Covid-19. Today I already had to say a virtual goodbye to two of my favourite actors, and we're only one day into the New Year. Stay safe, everyone.


I intend to hunker down...until spring..then focus on yard work, and cycling
on a dismal note..a friend several houses down the street, died from complications of covid today


It's sad to hear about your friend, my condolences. The year began in the spi


rit of the end of the past.
I will focus on continuing to preserve myself until spring too (considering that in any case there are no creative proposals beyond online before this period)

, and then it will be visible.


thanks for your post / reply...no doubt, it's been a roller coaster..as society is attempting to deal with the virus, and re boot itself..in my section of memphis, called ' COOPER-YOUNG, our local garden club is attempting to have it's annual garden walk in May 2021. This would be the 6th yr, as last year was cancelled due to COVID concerns..Myself, I simply plan to work on art, as I'm having an exhibit in Nov,postponed from 2020..and focus on yard work and cycling, as I'm a avid cyclist..even at my creaking old age...LOL.....I'm interested in hearing about what's happening in YOUR part of the world..and how you are dealing with it...as I'm sure, we will eventually get an handle on covid, etc.


Goes to a new model of life. Although this is already tangibly felt, I think the coming years may make us come into contact with some of our fantasies.
It's nice to hear about your local garden club - the sixth annual garden walk is what can be called a good tradition. Wink I hope this will happen because this kind of sport, and cycling, in any case help get through this difficult time better (works for health and against coronavirus). Working with art - we are of the same blood. Smile Oh, sadly we have a very shaky ground under us even in this spring for creative events of this kind, like music and cinema events involving a group of people from 50 people and more.

In Moscow, there are promises that there will be no new restrictions, since the situation is allegedly under control, but so far everything is going rather to deteriorate, despite talk about mass vaccinations, reasonable actions by the authorities, and the calculations of doctors. It is common that I feel that in recent years Russia has been very bad with finances (which started even before the coronavirus) due to the large contributions to the development of the metro, housing, and the restructuring of cultural places (which looked pretty good without it). The lack of finances began to be felt strongly when the construction began to be obstructed for long periods of time and now when they say that they can allocate the necessary funds to protect the population from the coronavirus and allocate more places - there is an obvious lie. Now all they do is raise prices for food, housing, cut retirement benefits and postpone salaries in order to accumulate finances to fulfill old promises (not to mention new ones). Oh, it's hard to say what will happen futher with the economy and the attempts of the authorities in different countries to convince the people of something logical from their point of view. But while it's not all bad, it could have been worse. Wink In fact, life with any global problem has never been favorable for most people.

Yes, it is much better to be optimistic than vice versa (but still analyze things through reality rather than through empty optimism). Smile
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2021 12:19 pm    Post subject: Re: The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021 Reply with quote

denis rigg wrote:
mousemeat wrote:
denis rigg wrote:
mousemeat wrote:
Frankymole wrote:
mousemeat wrote:

Eden's passing...will be the first of many in 2021....and myself, I think 2021 will be getting worse...as we haven't hit bottom quite yet...I hope I'm 100 % wrong in this opinion.....
I think you are quite right in that estimation. I am strapping in for a rough ride this winter. My own dad (born 1946) is back in hospital with pneumonia and now, from his previous stay, Covid-19. Today I already had to say a virtual goodbye to two of my favourite actors, and we're only one day into the New Year. Stay safe, everyone.


I intend to hunker down...until spring..then focus on yard work, and cycling
on a dismal note..a friend several houses down the street, died from complications of covid today


It's sad to hear about your friend, my condolences. The year began in the spi





rit of the end of the past.
I will focus on continuing to preserve myself until spring too (considering that in any case there are no creative proposals beyond online before this period)






, and then it will be visible.


thanks for your post / reply...no doubt, it's been a roller coaster..as society is attempting to deal with the virus, and re boot itself..in my section of memphis, called ' COOPER-YOUNG, our local garden club is attempting to have it's annual garden walk in May 2021. This would be the 6th yr, as last year was cancelled due to COVID concerns..Myself, I simply plan to work on art, as I'm having an exhibit in Nov,postponed from 2020..and focus on yard work and cycling, as I'm a avid cyclist..even at my creaking old age...LOL.....I'm interested in hearing about what's happening in YOUR part of the world..and how you are dealing with it...as I'm sure, we will eventually get an handle on covid, etc.


Goes to a new model of life. Although this is already tangibly felt, I think the coming years may make us come into contact with some of our fantasies.
It's nice to hear about your local garden club - the sixth annual garden walk is what can be called a good tradition. Wink I hope this will happen because this kind of sport, and cycling, in any case help get through this difficult time better (works for health and against coronavirus). Working with art - we are of the same blood. Smile Oh, sadly we have a very shaky ground under us even in this spring for creative events of this kind, like music and cinema events involving a group of people from 50 people and more.

In Moscow, there are promises that there will be no new restrictions, since the situation is allegedly under control, but so far everything is going rather to deteriorate, despite talk about mass vaccinations, reasonable actions by the authorities, and the calculations of doctors. It is common that I feel that in recent years Russia has been very bad with finances (which started even before the coronavirus) due to the large contributions to the development of the metro, housing, and the restructuring of cultural places (which looked pretty good without it). The lack of finances began to be felt strongly when the construction began to be obstructed for long periods of time and now when they say that they can allocate the necessary funds to protect the population from the coronavirus and allocate more places - there is an obvious lie. Now all they do is raise prices for food, housing, cut retirement benefits and postpone salaries in order to accumulate finances to fulfill old promises (not to mention new ones). Oh, it's hard to say what will happen futher with the economy and the attempts of the authorities in different countries to convince the people of something logical from their point of view. But while it's not all bad, it could have been worse. Wink In fact, life with any global problem has never been favorable for most people.

Yes, it is much better to be optimistic than vice versa (but still analyze things through reality rather than through empty optimism). Smile




thanks for the update..in your part of the world. as soon as I can figured out how to post picts..I'' post some pics of annual garden walk..and pics of some of my works..
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2021 8:36 pm    Post subject: Re: The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021 Reply with quote

mousemeat wrote:
denis rigg wrote:
mousemeat wrote:
denis rigg wrote:
mousemeat wrote:
Frankymole wrote:
mousemeat wrote:

Eden's passing...will be the first of many in 2021....and myself, I think 2021 will be getting worse...as we haven't hit bottom quite yet...I hope I'm 100 % wrong in this opinion.....
I think you are quite right in that estimation. I am strapping in for a rough ride this winter. My own dad (born 1946) is back in hospital with pneumonia and now, from his previous stay, Covid-19. Today I already had to say a virtual goodbye to two of my favourite actors, and we're only one day into the New Year. Stay safe, everyone.


I intend to hunker down...until spring..then focus on yard work, and cycling
on a dismal note..a friend several houses down the street, died from complications of covid today


It's sad to hear about your friend, my condolences. The year began in the spi





rit of the end of the past.
I will focus on continuing to preserve myself until spring too (considering that in any case there are no creative proposals beyond online before this period)






, and then it will be visible.


thanks for your post / reply...no doubt, it's been a roller coaster..as society is attempting to deal with the virus, and re boot itself..in my section of memphis, called ' COOPER-YOUNG, our local garden club is attempting to have it's annual garden walk in May 2021. This would be the 6th yr, as last year was cancelled due to COVID concerns..Myself, I simply plan to work on art, as I'm having an exhibit in Nov,postponed from 2020..and focus on yard work and cycling, as I'm a avid cyclist..even at my creaking old age...LOL.....I'm interested in hearing about what's happening in YOUR part of the world..and how you are dealing with it...as I'm sure, we will eventually get an handle on covid, etc.


Goes to a new model of life. Although this is already tangibly felt, I think the coming years may make us come into contact with some of our fantasies.
It's nice to hear about your local garden club - the sixth annual garden walk is what can be called a good tradition. Wink I hope this will happen because this kind of sport, and cycling, in any case help get through this difficult time better (works for health and against coronavirus). Working with art - we are of the same blood. Smile Oh, sadly we have a very shaky ground under us even in this spring for creative events of this kind, like music and cinema events involving a group of people from 50 people and more.

In Moscow, there are promises that there will be no new restrictions, since the situation is allegedly under control, but so far everything is going rather to deteriorate, despite talk about mass vaccinations, reasonable actions by the authorities, and the calculations of doctors. It is common that I feel that in recent years Russia has been very bad with finances (which started even before the coronavirus) due to the large contributions to the development of the metro, housing, and the restructuring of cultural places (which looked pretty good without it). The lack of finances began to be felt strongly when the construction began to be obstructed for long periods of time and now when they say that they can allocate the necessary funds to protect the population from the coronavirus and allocate more places - there is an obvious lie. Now all they do is raise prices for food, housing, cut retirement benefits and postpone salaries in order to accumulate finances to fulfill old promises (not to mention new ones). Oh, it's hard to say what will happen futher with the economy and the attempts of the authorities in different countries to convince the people of something logical from their point of view. But while it's not all bad, it could have been worse. Wink In fact, life with any global problem has never been favorable for most people.

Yes, it is much better to be optimistic than vice versa (but still analyze things through reality rather than through empty optimism). Smile




thanks for the update..in your part of the world. as soon as I can figured out how to post picts..I'' post some pics of annual garden walk..and pics of some of my works..


To post pics here you need to insert a link to the image (s) and place it between the special "parentheses". For example,
[img] https://www.dissolute.com.au/the-avengers-tv-series/series-2/large/nicholson.jpg [/img]. But there must be no pauses between the parentheses and the link for everything to work out. Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2021 6:08 am    Post subject: Re: The Avengers/TNA: List of people dead in 2021 Reply with quote

One of the monuments of British films and TV, one of the favorite performers for many, Barbara Shelley, has passed away aged 88.



This year is clearly not making a good start.
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From what I have read Barbara Shelley's death was announced on the 4th January, her actual date of death is yet unknown to me. This might put the date of death in 2020. If you have confirmation of it being in 2021, than I retract my comment.
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From what I have read Barbara Shelley's death was announced on the 4th January, her actual date of death is yet unknown to me. This might put the date of death in 2020. If you have confirmation of it being in 2021, than I retract my comment.


It was confirmed 7 hours earlier that she died today.

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/barbara-shelley-hammer-horror-dead-aged-88_uk_5ff31087c5b6ec8ae0b463fc

Barbara’s agent, Thomas Bowington, confirmed the news of her death on Monday, hailing her as the “technicolour queen of Hammer”.
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denis rigg wrote:
Allard wrote:
From what I have read Barbara Shelley's death was announced on the 4th January, her actual date of death is yet unknown to me. This might put the date of death in 2020. If you have confirmation of it being in 2021, than I retract my comment.


It was confirmed 7 hours earlier that she died today.

https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/barbara-shelley-hammer-horror-dead-aged-88_uk_5ff31087c5b6ec8ae0b463fc

Barbara’s agent, Thomas Bowington, confirmed the news of her death on Monday, hailing her as the “technicolour queen of Hammer”.


the year, sadly is off to a horrid start..and thanks for the link about posting picts within the forum.....
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2021 6:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This was reported on Britmovie.co.uk today that extra Bill Hemmings passed away on the 2nd January.

https://www.britmovie.co.uk/forum/cinema/obituaries/97036-bill-hemmings

Bill was one of the monks in the TNA episode “The Eagle's Nest”.
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Pauline Chamberlain passed away. Sad



We are only halfway through the first month of this year and have lost at least four people.
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denis rigg wrote:
Pauline Chamberlain passed away. Sad



We are only halfway through the first month of this year and have lost at least four people.


the grim reaper, always gets his target....as the year continues to unfold, you'll see even more beloved actors, etc pass on...
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I'm still going to celebrate their lives and the joy they brought me. Death's inevitable - it's what you do before then that counts.
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Frankymole wrote:
I'm still going to celebrate their lives and the joy they brought me. Death's inevitable - it's what you do before then that counts.




exactly.....and if the grim Reaper were to visit me, any time soon..I would have no regrets....overall, I've had a great ride..
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Sooner or later, the Ripper will take us all, acting a little bit according to the scheme of Agatha Christie from her famous novel. Wink

The only thing I think is that "eternal optimists" must at some point open their eyes to understand that the authorities' promises for quick improvements in certain areas of activity are nothing more than controlling the situation, that it is time to look at things more realistically and analyze what is happening, than just constantly believing that everything will be fine. Thus, by the end of this year, I am sure we will see that many things will get worse in the current crisis (given that I am sure that due to the lack of legal vaccines they have to make fake ones convincing some people that supposedly they have money, they have to pay the debts for the past year, they should still think where to get the money if the situation will more critical than the allotted time, etc. - these big problems of the power).
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