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(KGET Bakersfield)   Fifty-seven years ago, James Dean died in a fiery head-on crash. This is the story of the last autograph he ever signed, 3 hours earlier. It was, of course, a speeding ticket   ( kget.com) divider line
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2012-09-30 03:03:25 PM  
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Third_Uncle_Eno: The My Little Pony Killer

TV's Vinnie: You know. When a guy's been dead longer than he had been alive, it's time to stop the mourning.

And he was in all of two movies. Christ.

Three movies.

East of Eden
Rebel without a cause

You forgot all the ones with Jerry Lewis.
2012-09-30 11:58:48 AM  
1 vote:
I heard that he drove his Harley right into a ditch.
2012-09-30 07:11:54 AM  
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B.L.Z. Bub: Asa Phelps: Years ago i read an article about a company that specializes in disaster research that painstakingly reconstructed Dean's fatal crash.

They had all the structural data on the vehicles, every picture from the scene, went back and re-measured stuff.

The only computer simulation that resulted in the same wreckage in the same place had Dean a few under the speed limit, and the other guy making an illegal left turn in front of him.

He was killed by Adam Carolla?

/Got nothin'

It was actually Laura Bush.
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