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11th Jan '18 9:07:21 AM twilicorn
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* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in ''The Lion King'', passed away at the tail end of 1995. By then, ''The Lion King II: Simba's Pride'' was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the passing, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.



* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in ''The Lion King'', passed away at the tail end of 1995. By then, ''The Lion King II: Simba's Pride'' was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the passing, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.

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* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in ''The Lion King'', passed away at the tail end of 1995. By then, ''The Lion King II: Simba's Pride'' was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the passing, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.



* The early seasons of ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' had Dr. Virgil Swann, played by Creator/ChristopherReeve. After Reeve's death in 2004, Swann was mentioned as dying sometime in between the events of the show's third and fourth seasons.

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* The early seasons of ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' had a character named Dr. Virgil Swann, [[RemakeCameo played by by]] Creator/ChristopherReeve. After Reeve's death in 2004, Swann was mentioned as dying sometime in between the events of the show's third and fourth seasons.
11th Jan '18 12:21:37 AM Brickmaster4496
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* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in The Lion King, passed away at the tail end of 1995. By then, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the passing, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.

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* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in The ''The Lion King, King'', passed away at the tail end of 1995. By then, The ''The Lion King II: Simba's Pride Pride'' was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the passing, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.
10th Jan '18 11:34:18 PM Brickmaster4496
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* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in The Lion King, passed away in 1995. By then, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the passing, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.

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* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in The Lion King, passed away in at the tail end of 1995. By then, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the passing, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.
10th Jan '18 11:33:48 PM Brickmaster4496
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* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in The Lion King, passed away in 1995. By then, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the voice actress's death, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.

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* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in The Lion King, passed away in 1995. By then, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the voice actress's death, passing, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.
10th Jan '18 11:31:43 PM Brickmaster4496
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* Madge Sinclair, the voice actress for Sarabi in The Lion King, passed away in 1995. By then, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride was in its earliest stages of production, and reportedly Sarabi was meant to appear in that as well. But due to the voice actress's death, the filmmakers decided against recasting her and left Sarabi absent out of respect for Sinclair.
3rd Dec '17 1:01:34 PM Sharlee
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** Not quite an ''actor'', but the Fifth Doctor's could-have-been companion Kamelion, a shapeshifting robot, had to be written out of the series when the mechanical prop's software designer, Mike Power, died in a boating accident. As he'd only just finished programming the expensive apparatus and hadn't had the chance to write down the instructions, the prop malfunctioned constantly and became such a liability that the character spent the rest of his tenure in a back room of the TARDIS, then was given a MercyKill in Five's last story.
9th Nov '17 12:38:11 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* Shinji Ogawa, the voice actor for Emperor Reyregalia Vers Rayvers in ''Anime/AldnoahZero'', passed away on March 7, 2015, three episodes before the series was scheduled to end. The Emperor also died on Episode 23, two weeks after Ogawa did.
25th Oct '17 12:07:00 PM Theriocephalus
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "The Man Who Grew Too Much," Edna Krabappel was stated to have died following the death of Marcia Wallace. After Ned Flanders' dream about him and Edna doing the tango, he looks at the picture of Edna and remarks sadly, "I sure do miss that laugh." Nelson the school bully replies "Ha-ha! [[MoodWhiplash I miss her, too]]." The chalkboard gag at the beginning has a sad Bart somberly staring at the board which says "We'll really miss you Mrs. K." a single time.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "The "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS25E13TheManWhoGrewTooMuch The Man Who Grew Too Much," Much]]", Edna Krabappel was stated to have died following the death of Marcia Wallace. After Ned Flanders' dream about him and Edna doing the tango, he looks at the picture of Edna and remarks sadly, "I sure do miss that laugh." Nelson the school bully replies "Ha-ha! [[MoodWhiplash I miss her, too]]." The chalkboard gag at the beginning has a sad Bart somberly staring at the board which says "We'll really miss you Mrs. K." a single time.
25th Oct '17 12:06:11 PM Theriocephalus
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->'''Big Bird:''' Oh, yeah. hoI remember! Well, I'll give it to him when he comes back.

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->'''Big Bird:''' Oh, yeah. hoI I remember! Well, I'll give it to him when he comes back.



->'''Big Bird:''' Why not!?

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->'''Big Bird:''' Why not!?not?
19th Oct '17 8:08:46 AM Pamina
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* Subverted in ''Film/JurassicWorld'', with the Hammond Genetics Lab also being a memorial for the character due to Creator/RichardAttenborough's passing at age 90. It's also mentioned at multiple points the park is a testament to his work and everything that he did; now that his dream has come to fruition. The new owner of the park, Simon Masrani, even says that he's carrying out Hammond's dying wish. There is a statue of him in the visitor's center. However, [[http://screenrant.com/jurassic-world-richard-attenborough-statue/ the production phase of the film as well as the statue had already been completed by the time of his death]] (he died during post-production).

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* Subverted in ''Film/JurassicWorld'', with the ''Film/JurassicWorld'' contains an unintentional example. The Hammond Genetics Lab also being is a memorial for to the character due to Creator/RichardAttenborough's passing at age 90. It's also of John Hammond, and it's mentioned at multiple points the park is a testament to his work and everything that he did; did, now that his dream has come to fruition. The new owner of the park, Simon Masrani, even says that he's carrying out Hammond's dying wish. There is also a statue of him in the visitor's center. All this seems to serve as a tribute to Creator/RichardAttenborough, who died at age 90 just before the film was released. However, Attenborough actually died during the film's post-production; [[http://screenrant.com/jurassic-world-richard-attenborough-statue/ the production phase of the film screenwriting and filming as well as the statue had already been completed by the time of his death]] (he died during post-production).death]].
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