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Ed Marinaro - Los Angeles premier of 'Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland' at The Fonda Theater - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 31st January 2016

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Ed Marinaro - Ed Marinaro and Guest Sunday 26th February 2012 22nd Annual Night Of 100 Stars Oscar Viewing Gala held at The Beverly Hills Hotel

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Video - Ed Marinaro Doesn't Want People Forgetting Him When He Dies


Actor Ed Marinaro (Hill Street Blues; Blue Mountain State; Urban Legends: Bloody Mary) is seen leaving a medical building in Beverly Hills. A photographer begins to ask him about the recent death of boxer Joe Frazier but forgets his name. Ed teases him about this and hopes that people don't forget his name when he dies.

Prior to acting, Ed used to be an American football player. He was the running back for the Minnesota Vikings; the New York Jets and the Seattle Seahawks

Ed Marinaro Friday 9th January 2009 10th annual Canon USA charity benefit for the national center for missing and exploited children Las Vegas, Nevada

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Urban Legends: Bloody Mary Review


Weak
The Urban Legend series ran out of urban legends to play with about midway through the second film, but that hasn't stopped them from wrapping up the thing with a lame, yet not wholly unwatchable, third film.

A gang of nobodies populates the movie, which is only tenuously related to the prior two films. Here, the story is all about Bloody Mary (whose legend was critical to the first film), a spirit who would appear if her name was chanted three (or five) times while staring into a mirror. Urban Legends 3 tells us Mary's backstory: In 1969, she was drugged and inadvertently killed by her highschool dance date, and her body was locked in a trunk inside the high school.

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Fingers Review


Very Good
Rarely has a crime/gangster movie been produced with such a sense of calmness. Fingers, a cult classic, is a real showpiece for Harvey Keitel, who plays the title of Jimmy Fingers, a low-level gangster working for his father as a bag man but dreaming of becoming -- of all things -- a concert pianist.

Jimmy divides his day among busting caps, piano practice, and auditions for Carnegie Hall. The comparison to Taxi Driver is obvious, but these are far different films (and that said, Taxi Driver is a far better one, too).

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