Bob Hoskins Smee Sails Off One Last Time at 71


Bob Hoskins Smee Sails Off One Last Time at 71

Waking too early this morning brought the news via Twitter from an Australian chum who tweeted that the great Bob Hoskins had passed on at 71. The first thought that flew into a half-asleep brain was that Smee would sail off one last time for Neverland. This natural actor will no longer thrill, excite, entertain or amuse audiences in new projects, but Hoskins will always live on in his wide range of roles in films. His career, which started at the ripe old age of 26 was an impressive one and this short Cockney actor brought a believability to every role he played, with the possible exception of his Mario Mario in the 1993 film Super Mario Bros. A film, he personally detested.

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2 thoughts on “Bob Hoskins Smee Sails Off One Last Time at 71”

    1. I can understand. For years he was the short violent, and ambitious, London Gangster Harold Shand. Smee touched something in me and he finally lost the mantle of Kray wannabe on screen. LOL

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