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  1. I would like to express my profound sadness of lost of Mr Victor Spinetti. I met Mr Spinetti in July 24, 1988 on a British Airways flight to London, England. We had long talk during the flight. Mr Spinetti was a man of high honour. To the Spinetti family, I offer my deepest condolences to your lost of this wonderful man.

    Comment by Aubrey A. Reid — Tuesday 26 June 2012 @ 12.26am

  2. “Up, Up, Up Algernon” – I loved Victor Spinetti’s work with the Beatles. Outside of the Beatles themselves he was probably the most talented individual (obviously for his acting ability as opposed to the Beatles’ musicianship) appearing in their films. The scenes in Help! in the lab, with the curling stone bomb, and the boat and of course as the show director in A Hard Day’s Night are just priceless. I was unaware until today, July 5th, that he had passed. Victor I toast to you and your body of work and to those close to him my deepest condolences. I think I will have a good cry and go watch my Help! DVD now. Kelly in San Clemente, California

    Comment by Kelly — Thursday 5 July 2012 @ 5.03pm

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