Remembering Chuck McCann

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Remembering Chuck McCann

PostMon Apr 09, 2018 3:32 am

What a champion he was! The autographed menu he signed in that Beverly Hills restaurant still hangs proudly on my wall thirty years after I was lucky enough to meet him. He provided the voice of Ollie in the "sound remake" of DOUBLE WHOOPEE and nobody ever had a better time doing an DVD audio commentary than he did for SONS OF THE DESERT...

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Re: Remembering Chuck McCann

PostTue Apr 10, 2018 1:31 am

Chuck was a sweet guy. Every time I interacted with him, that was what I was struck by, not his celebrity.
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Re: Remembering Chuck McCann

PostTue Apr 10, 2018 9:08 am

I had the distinct honor of acting with Chuck several times, and the real pleasure of just breaking bread/bending an elbow with him as well.

Such talent - and yes, more importantly, such a big heart.

"Bye, guy!" See you later...

-Craig

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Waiting to recreate OUR MISS BROOKS, FOTR 2008: Bill Owen, Rosemary Rice, Tommy Cook, Shirley Mitchell, Craig Wichman, Chuck McCann. (PHOTO: JAMES GAUTHIER)
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Re: Remembering Chuck McCann

PostSun Apr 15, 2018 11:20 am

I grew up watching Chuck on WPIX in New York City. I later had the pleasure of working with him several times. Great guy.

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