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January 01, 2017
God Bless Cliff/love Connie
September 15, 2016
You are remembered, and greatly missed.
September 14, 2016
Condolences to the Robertson Family. We loved your films and you will be missed by many. Mike and Pam Smith
September 10, 2016
We carry the people we've loved through film in a special place in our hearts. They take a piece of themselves and a page of script, and give birth to someone new: a joint creation between actor and audience. A personalized gift given only to us, for which our grief is unique and profound.
Thank you very much. You are so greatly missed.
August 10, 2016
May 19, 2016
I loved him in Batman with Adam West, playing the villain "Shame", I had never seen him in a comedy.
April 13, 2016
Loved him in 633squadron way back in the 60's
April 13, 2016
Heather brick
September 10, 2014
Fair winds and following seas sailor.

Thank you for your service to this nation.
June 20, 2014
Daniel Keyes, author of "Flowers for Algernon" passed on just the other day. It reminded me of something.

I just retired from 42 years working as the building supervisor at Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh. One memory that remains fresh is one day in the mid to late 1970s, someone said, hey, isn't that the actor sitting over there across the floor (ground floor in Hillman)? I looked over and knew who it was, Cliff Robertson, I said, in Pittsburgh for something (haven't been able to discover what). I did not want to bother him, but did have to walk over past him to pin down that it was truly him, and it was. I had viewed "Charly" (interpretation of the book "Flowers for Algernon") and it is still with me more than half a century later. I was young then, and did not realize the importance we have for each other, whether movie star or library staff, otherwise I would have done what I would do now, share my appreciation of his gift. I am absolutely positive that Cliff is doing just fine in spirit, and he certainly has my full appreciation. He had such a great voice, as well.
Greg McCormick
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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