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    Posted: 22 Nov 2017 at 2:35am
Musician and actor David Cassidy, of Partridge Family fame and teen heartthrob of the 70s, has passed away at the age of 67.  Organ failure and complications of dementia were the reasons cited.  He was surrounded by his family at the Florida hospital he had been taken to a few days ago.

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RIP Keith Partridge.


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We watched that show a lot when I was a kid.

Was just watching it this afternoon AAMOF.
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Never watched the show...it wasn't in our broadcast area.
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I watched it occasionally.  I might've been just a few years too old for it to have meant much to me.
 
RIP, David.
 
 
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RIP, David.

I watched the show because I was in love with Susan Dey.



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This just breaks my heart. I was among the millions of teenaged girls, who had his picture on their bedroom walls. RIP.😢
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I watched The Partridge Family when I think I was 12, at my grandparents house. It was cheesy as but was entertaining. I remember being facsinated with the Mondrian-like paint job on the bus. Now I want a diecast version!
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I watched it occasionally.  I might've been just a few years too old for it to have meant much to me.
 
RIP, David.
 
 
So how many posters of David did you have on your wall? Big Momma said she had one, so why not you?
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Originally posted by Ad nauseous Ad nauseous wrote:

I watched The Partridge Family when I think I was 12, at my grandparents house. It was cheesy as but was entertaining. I remember being facsinated with the Mondrian-like paint job on the bus. Now I want a diecast version!


I saw that bus on another old 70's TV show recently. It was only on the screen in the background for a second or two. Looked like it was parked next to a commercial building. I forget what show it was, but I'm pretty sure it was some 70's cop show filmed in southern California.
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So sorry to hear about David Cassidy's loss. He was an icon of the late '60s and early '70s. Every teenager loved him. RIP Keith Partridge!
So that makes...five celebrity deaths the past few days I think. Malcolm Young, Earle Hyman, Della Reese, Mel Tillis and now David Cassidy, not in exact order.
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Originally posted by crainbebo crainbebo wrote:

So sorry to hear about David Cassidy's loss. He was an icon of the late '60s and early '70s. Every teenager loved him. RIP Keith Partridge!
So that makes...five celebrity deaths the past few days I think. Malcolm Young, Earle Hyman, Della Reese, Mel Tillis and now David Cassidy, not in exact order.
What?  Charles Manson wasn't enough of a celeb for you??!  What is he--chopped liver?  ShockedLOL
 
 
 
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It always seems that around the holidays at the end of the year, celebrities cash in their chips en masse.  I don't know if that is statistically true, but it just seems like it.  They say celebrities die in threes, well, I think it's more like sixes now.
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I was never into teen idols, even at a young age.  I did go through my Monkees phase though.  I was always attracted to the real rockers; in love with The Beatles since 1964.  I did watch The Partridge Family TV show but was not a DC fan girl.  It's still sad to see people die so young, or younger than they would have if they hadn't lived their lives doing abusive things.  In order of love of their music, I would say Malcolm Young, Mel Tillis and then DC, although I didn't really "love" that kind of pop music.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Ad nauseous Ad nauseous wrote:

I watched The Partridge Family when I think I was 12, at my grandparents house. It was cheesy as but was entertaining. I remember being facsinated with the Mondrian-like paint job on the bus. Now I want a diecast version!


I saw that bus on another old 70's TV show recently. It was only on the screen in the background for a second or two. Looked like it was parked next to a commercial building. I forget what show it was, but I'm pretty sure it was some 70's cop show filmed in southern California.


Let's see that narrows it down to Adam-12, The Rockford Files, or Starsky & Hutch.
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Originally posted by Ad nauseous Ad nauseous wrote:

Let's see that narrows it down to Adam-12, The Rockford Files, or Starsky & Hutch.


Might've been an 80's show, too.

Possibly The A-Team or TJ Hooker.

Pretty sure it wasn't Adam-12.

Virtually positive it wasn't The Rockford Files. I know almost every episode by heart.


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R.I.P. David Cassidy. I can remember my little sister had a huge crush on him from the Partridge Family days.
It's heartbreaking to see people around my age dying from conditions like dementia.
I hope David is at peace now....
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