The actor who died Monday at 106 worked with such iconic filmmakers and stars as Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock and Charlie Chaplin. Deadline’s film critic and columnist writes an appreciation of the final significant figure from Tinseltown’s Golden Age to pass from Earth to the eternal cinematic firmament.
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I used to see Norman at lunch at Musso's. The man outclassed everyone, young or old, in the joint!
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