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Aug 15, 2012 6:02AM
The GREATEST SINGER/VOICE OF ALL TIME! She will never be forgotten. The more I listen to her the more I love her soul. True artists never die. Whitney Houston will live forever!
Aug 15, 2012 9:31AM

Hello every one. This is my first time here and I've been reading most of the post all of you have made. All of you need to get a life. Love doesnt come from money and all of you also need to think about not using the internet to find love and other nonsense. Also most of the people that are on this site are working class people. We werent born with a silve spoon up our a** so stop complaining and just do your work go home and live the best life you can. Because while every one is complaining there are people in this country without jobs and they would be more then glad to take yours from you. And really who cares what the government does because there is nothing you or i can do to change it, people just want to gripe and mown about everything but do nothing. Stop woring about everything and just worry about yourselves.

Aug 22, 2012 5:22AM
They left out John Candy in "Wagons East".
Aug 14, 2012 2:05PM
You mention Gable and Monroe in "Misfits" and fail to mention Montgomery Clift?   He was only 45 when he died.  I have a feeling you've likely missed some others.
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Final Tribute

These stars departed early, but left posthumous works that bolstered their legacies

By Danny Miller
Special to MSN Movies

The tragic death of singer Whitney Houston last February cut short what would have been a new beginning for her acting career. The 48-year-old superstar had enjoyed tremendous success in movies back in the '90s, with starring roles in "The Bodyguard," "Waiting to Exhale" and "The Preacher's Wife." A series of personal struggles put her film career on hold, but just a few months before her death, Houston filmed a key role in the much-anticipated remake of "Sparkle" starring Jordin Sparks and Derek Luke. She was also in talks to appear in a sequel to the popular "Waiting to Exhale." With the release of "Sparkle," Whitney Houston joins a group of well-known actors who've had films released after their untimely passing. Let's take a look at some of these stars.

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