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David said:   January 18, 2017 8:13 pm PST
Mr. Ebsen brought me many laughs and happy times watching him in his shows and movies. He is sadly missed and still adored through the work he left for us to enjoy. I just want to say: Thank you.

DJ said:   January 8, 2017 2:19 pm PST
Any damn fool can say lines but Buddy brought expression. He could act without saying a word. That is true talent

Beatrice said:   January 6, 2017 4:54 am PST
In such troubled times for the US and the world in general I will quote the words of Buddys song devoted to peace in the world: "We're all riding on the same space ship, ain't it time we start to get along, as the world keeps shrinking got to find new thinking so the world can spin right on" Peace, love and serenity to you all. xx

Thomas Garrett said:   January 6, 2017 4:53 am PST
He was a most unique and decent man that will always be cherished for his many accomplishments and the wholesome characters he played as an actor became a role model for countless people today and future generations.

Gabriel said:   January 6, 2017 4:51 am PST
Amongst his many other talents, Buddy was also an accomplished author with four published books to his name. The first was "Polynesian Concept",(Prentice Hall) an account of his successful attempt to win the '68 Transpac race, LA to Hawaii. The second book was his autobiography, his tales of his long career in showbusiness entitled "The Other side of Oz" (Donovan). The third was an romance/adventure "Kellys Quest" and the fourth was "Sizzling Cold Case" a Barnaby Jones tale, the last two books were written when Buddy was in his 90's. Why don't you give them a try :)

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