The Kenblog: Remebering Donald Sutherland!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog with some depressing news. As you probably already know, we lost legendary actor Donald Sutherland this week at the age of 88. He died after a long (and currently undiscolosed) illness, leaving behind a legacy that stands with any of the titans of the profession. There wasn’t a role Sutherland couldn’t perform and perform well. Even mediocre films couldn’t escape the Sutherland Touch. The man amassed over 200 credits in television and film in a career lasting the better part of seven decades. From his feature film debut in “The Dirty Dozen” (1967) to his recurring role in “Lawman: Bass Reeves” Sutherland spent his life doing what he loved and doing it wonderfully in the process. He will be greatly missed and always admired. As a memorial I am choosing some of my favorite scenes from several of Donald Sutherland’s films! Some are well known, some not so well known, but all are demonstrations of his prodigious talent. Rest In Peace Mr. Sutherland!

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