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Crystal Palace history
We have to note the passing of Powers Boothe. May he rest in peace.
He died in his sleep in the early morning of Sunday, May 14th - this past week. His death has been listed as a result of "natural causes."
Here in Tombstone AZ, we remember him well in the role of Curly Bill Brocius. One of the Cow-boys in opposition to the Earps. He had a few memorable lines from the Tombstone Movie. Can you think of any? Please list it in our Movie Page link provided below at the end of this memorial record - as a tribute to Powers Boothe...
Boothe was born on June 1, 1948 to a ranching family in Snyder Texas. He began playing high school football, but switched to theater - to the amazement of many family & friends!
In college he trained in Shakespearean methods, gaining experience in Oregon & in the Northeast, eventually in Lincoln Center, NY.
He got into the movies in 1977. His first Western was in 1979 on Broadway in Lone Star. The other Western he's well known for besides Tombstone was the HBO series "Deadwood."
He's well known for playing villains in the many productions to his credit. But he also played a number of heroes. He stated he enjoyed his villain roles, they were fun & memorable.
He certainly will be missed. A great talent! He lived on a horse ranch outside of Los Angeles.
He was married to his college sweetheart, Pamela Cole; they divorced in 2007. They had a daughter & a son. He remarried, & had 2 sons by his now widowed wife, Marlene Tochal-Pennan.
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A family representative released the news that actor Bill Paxton passed away on Saturday, February 25th from surgical complications. He was 61 years old and had a 4 decade film and television career.
Tombstone enthusiasts will remember him best for playing Morgan Earp in the 1993 Cosmotos film "Tombstone" - alongside Kurt Russel, Sam Elliott and Val Kilmer.
He will be ever remembered and well missed by Old West Tombstone lovers, and movie lovers everywhere. Our heartfelt sympathies to his family at this difficult time.