Director and actor Sydney Pollack die...

Director and actor Sydney Pollack dies at 73, credits include...

There are 7 comments on the Fulton County Daily Report story from May 27, 2008, titled Director and actor Sydney Pollack dies at 73, credits include.... In it, Fulton County Daily Report reports that:

Sydney Pollack was remembered by some of the elite actors he directed in films such as "Out of Africa," ''Tootsie," and "Absence of Malice," not only for his Academy Award-winning direction, but also for his ...

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Linda L


#1 May 28, 2008
I was sorry to hear about Sdyney's death from cancer. I admired him and enjoyed his lifes' work. "Out of Africa" was one of my all time favorite movies. He seems to be a kind man and I never heard any news saying anything negative about him. I am sorry he died so young. Linda
Linda L


#2 May 28, 2008
Died of what kind of cancer? Was it lung cancer and did he smoke? These would be important for young people/smokers to know, if that is the case. Linda

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El Paso, Texas

#3 May 29, 2008
Smoking definitelly doesn't help elleviate the possibility of getting cancer.

But, many people who don't smoke still get cancer.

If the family has a history of cancer, that it's likely that one may get cancer eventually.

I had an aunt who had never smoked in her entire life, yet she died from cancer.


United States

#4 May 29, 2008
Usually, when the media goes out of the way to avoid the details about a cancer death, it WAS caused by the tobacco drug. Either the deceased used tobacco and/or was exposed to toxic tobacco smoke from others' lighted tobacco. Same goes for fires where the cause is "glossed over". Most residential fires are caused by lighted tobacco. More reasons who tobacco should be banned now!
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