Marcel Marceau dies

Not to be too disrespectful of the dead, but I have to wonder if we can expect a quiet service, followed by eight men pretending to carry a casket?   I’m really hoping the gravediggers aren’t mimes!!

RIP Marcel…

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12 responses to “Marcel Marceau dies

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  2. Jon

    I hope they cremate him, so he doesn’t have to spend eternity doing that trapped-in-a-box routine.

  3. Hee hee.

    Is it really wrong and evil that I didn’t realize he wasn’t already dead…?

  4. I thought he was dead, too!

  5. Dr. Tongue

    Will there be a minutes NOISE at his funeral??

  6. What Jon and Dr. Tongue said…

  7. Who was the mime who was the only person who said anything in Mel Brooks’ silent movie? Was it Marcel or wasn’t there another famous mime? No? Maybe?

  8. I don’t think it’s disrespectful at all but then I have the following quote in my Facebook profile:

    “Life does not cease to be funny when people die any more than it ceases to be serious when people laugh.” — George Bernard Shaw

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