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Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.

1883 - 1939

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Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.

1883 - 1939

There are 9 messages to date.

Subject: Silver screen

Amazing story, amazing life. Pretty cool.

2/1/2017 10:05:00 PM

Subject: Silver screen

Amazing story, amazing life. Pretty cool.

2/1/2017 10:04:00 PM

Subject: I AM DOPEY

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9/26/2016 3:16:00 AM

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Subject: cecil b. de mille

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11/27/2015 10:58:00 AM

Subject: greats of the slient movies

dear mr fairbanks i like your movie in the sinbad it was the best film in the word i well miss you and your loving father douglas fairbanks sr was the best in the silent movies in the world and god bless you for hard work in the years from your fan paultaylor

8/28/2012 11:18:00 PM

Subject: Why so few messages?

Why are there so few messages left for this incredible man? Mr. Fairbanks, you are the most incredible physical comedic actors who has ever lived. Not only were your early comedies a riot, but your swashbucklers were equally amusing. Never have I had the pleasure of seeing such an incredible physical actor, leaving me in awe of you acrobatic feats. You are one the biggest losses this world has ever seen and you are horribly missed, but never forgotten.

5/23/2005 12:45:40 PM

Subject: "Never felt better in my life!"

Fairbanks' final last words were: "I've never felt better in my life!" How very appropriate for a man who brought so much laughter, light, and love into the world...while his grave at Hollywood Forever Cemetery contains the "Good night, Sweet Prince" epitaph from Shakespeare, this one somehow seems a better fit, no doubt one of Doug's favorite Shakesperian quotes: "How oft when men are at the point of death Have they been merry! which their keepers call A lightning before death: " Romeo and Juliet, Act V, Scene 3

4/12/2002 2:46:22 PM