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So long general chang

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"CRY HAVOC AND LET SLIP THE DOGS OF WAR"

 

KAPLAH.

RIP.

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Battle of Britain....nothing like burning up in a Spitfire.

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I didn't recognize him as General Chang.  I knew him best from his work in "The Sound of Music".

All the same, I appreciate his work and trust that his afterlife will be worth the wait.

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39 minutes ago, Eisennagel said:

 

Not a frequently seen clip of General Chang, from the introduction of the game, Klingon Academy.

 

 

This was his best role. The movie was fine but fighting beside him was such an honor! His final scene in the game would have made me weep except I knew he was on his way to Sto'Vo'Kor!

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When I was young I loved all the Pink Panther movies RIP Christopher Plummer . I know he was a known for more serious roles but I loved this movie when it came out .

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More General Chang scenes from the game Klingon Academy from 1:40 where he goes into an inspirational speech for new cadets at the Klingon Academy.   I like his scenes here better than in the movie.   There are also scenes played by David Warner and Michael Dorn as Thak Mak in the game.

 

 

Final scene from 2:25 before he leaves for the undiscovered country.  

 

All too rare scenes of Plummer's fine performance that you won't see in a movie.

 

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