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David Kelly dead
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David Kelly the actor has died.

God Bless Signor O'Reilly

http://www.rte.ie/news/2012/0212/kellyd.html

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#2
Rip, always liked him.
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#3
Ah God, I met him a few times in his Arthur Daly Coat, he was a character. Ah now Mrs. Faulty, as she clobbers him with the umbrella. We grew watching him in Robin Nest which was before Fawlty Towers and brought him to attention in the UK I thought. etc. I think he did well for himself in later life being in the last Charlie and the Chocolte Factory was a big movie.

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#4
He was one funny man. RIP.
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#5
Waking Ned Devine was another memorable one

Glenroe also, ah the old sunday school night routine!!

R.I.P
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#6
Class man RIP
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(12-02-2012, 10:48 PM)m4j Wrote: Ah God, I met him a few times in his Arthur Daly Coat, he was a character. Ah now Mrs. Faulty, as she clobbers him with the umbrella. We grew watching him in Robin Nest which was before Fawlty Towers and brought him to attention in the UK I thought. etc. I think he did well for himself in later life being in the last Charlie and the Chocolte Factory was a big movie.

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#8
That's the one Clada, the big safety pin holding the sleeve up. A blast from the past.
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#9
A very nice man. Sad to hear he is gone. RIP.
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#10
Met him once briefly at a charity event....I'll say nothing!
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#11
God rest him
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#12
RIP True talent
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#13
He had a great talent.
RIP
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#14
rip a inspiration to so many wannabe irish actors
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