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RIP Leonard Klady

7 Responses to “RIP Leonard Klady”

  1. leahnz says:

    RIP leonard klady and condolences to his friends, colleagues and loved ones

  2. cadavra says:

    I knew Len for the better part of 35 years. To receive this news on the same day as Nick Redman’s passing makes this day almost unbearable.

  3. Crow T Robot says:

    Say this about Klady… he was wise enough to know weekend BO results needed no explanations. Like comparing weather patterns. RIP
    https://twitter.com/ebertchicago/status/6405985000

  4. palmtree says:

    I’m sorry to hear this. May he rest in peace in that big box office in the sky.

  5. Triple Option says:

    Sorry to hear. My condolences to his friends and family.

  6. JS Partisan says:

    Yeah. This blog wouldn’t have been this blog, without Len’s work every Saturday and Sunday. On this very small level, I thank him, and may he rest in peace.

  7. LynchVanSant says:

    So sad to hear this news… Thanks to him for sharing his love of movies on this site.

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