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I speak of course of Charlton Heston.

His face and voice will forever be engrained in our memories, from forced child hood viewings of the Ten Commandments to my later on favorite, Ben Hur. For quite a while growing up, he embodied what I thought a man should be, ragged and strong with a quiet refinement and a deep woodsy voice. Let us not forget those gorgeous eyes looking out from a ruggedly tan face...

I may not have ever cared to know much about his personal life, but the knowledge of his death has certainly moved me.

Here is to Charlton Heston, who will forever live through his work and the people whose lives he will continue to touch.

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Same here, quite a few relics on this forum. Being Catholic, I remember The Ten Commandments quite well and use to watch the Planet of the apes quite regularly.

May he rest in peace.

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Amen loved his movies especially The ten Commandments.

And yes of course the classic Planet of the Apes, I actually bought that movie series on Amazon a month ago. I just love it!!!:o

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