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Celebrities Who Died from Smoking Addiction
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t***@yahoo.com
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For the past few days, I've been working on a collection of names of
famous or notable people who died from smoking related causes (i.e.
lung cancer, throat cancer, heart failure, emphysema, etc.). This is
what I have so far:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tobacco-related_deaths

John Agar, first husband of Shirley Temple Black
Gracie Allen
Stephen E. Ambrose
Louis Armstrong
Desi Arnaz
Mary Astor
Lucille Ball
Tallulah Bankhead
Carl Barger, President of the Florida Marlins
George Granville Barker
Sandy Baron
Count Basie
Gilard Becaud
Wilhelmina Behmenburg
Mark Belanger
Bea Benaderet
Jack Benny
Leonard Bernstein
Carl Betz
Amanda Blake
Art Blakey
Humphrey Bogart
Paul Brinegar
Yul Brynner
Frank Buck
Jack Buck
Anthony Burgess
John Butler, General Manager of the San Diego Chargers
Herb Caen
Rory Calhoun
John Candy
Cantinflas
Eric Carr
Johnny Carson
Jack Cassidy
Lon Chaney, Sr.
Graham Chapman
Rose Cipollone
Gloria Clapp
Rosemary Clooney
Ty Cobb
Nat King Cole
Chuck Connors
Gary Cooper
Luiz Jose Costa
Noel Coward
Bing Crosby
Gary Crosby
Scatman Crothers
Bette Davis
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Colleen Dewhurst
Selma Diamond
Joe DiMaggio
Joe DiMaggio, Jr.
Everett Dirkson
Walt Disney
Jimmy Dorsey
Morton Downey, Jr.
Dwight Eisenhower
Duke Ellington
T.S. Elliot
John Henry Falk
Mimi Faria
George Fenneman
Ruth Fertel
Jim Finks
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Cotton Fitzsimmons
Ian Fleming
Errol Flynn
Bob Fosse
James Franciscus
Pete Franklin
Victor French
Sigmund Freud
Clark Gable
Jerry Garcia
A. Bartlett Giamatti
Jackie Gleason
Dorothy Jo Gideon, wife of Bob Barker
Larry Gilbert
Arthur Godfrey
Robert Goizueta
Gale Gordon
Nancy Gore Hunger, sister of Al Gore
Stephen Jay Gould
Betty Grable
Ulysses S. Grant
Harry Guardino
Peter Gzowski
Florence Halop
Carrie Hamilton, daughter of Carol Burnett
Lorraine Hansberry
George Harrison
Lloyd Haynes
Susan Hayward
Eileen Heckart
Lillian Hellman
Earl Hindman
Elsbeary Hobbs
Judy Holiday
Moe Howard
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People
Hubert Humprey
Chet Huntley
John Huston
Burl Ives
Dennis James
David Janssen
Spike Jones
Boris Karloff
Andy Kaufman died of oat cell carcinoma which is not associated with
smoking. Andy never smoked.
Stubby Kaye
Buster Keaton
Brian Keith
King George V
King George VI
King George VII
King Edward VIII
Eddie Kendrick
Patrick Kennedy, son of John F. & Jackie Kennedy was born prematurely
and died after 2 days. His death was attributed to his mother's smoking
during pregnancy.
Carolina Knapp
Michael Landon
Meyer Lansky
Gypsy Rose Lee
Alan Jay Lerner
Larry Linville
Julie London
Lloyd Mangrum
Nancy Marchand
Roger Maris
Bob Marley
E.G. Marshall
Dean Martin
Kiel Martin
Groucho Marx
Zeppo Marx
Walter Matthau
Doug McClure
Roddy McDowall
Steve McQueen
Wayne McLaren
Audrey Meadows
Melina Mercouri
Robert Mitchum
Claude Monet
Gary Moore
Agnes Moorehead
Henry Morgan
Gary Morton
Johnny Most
Edward Mulhare
Edward R. Murrow
Bob Murphy
Lorenzo Music
Pat Nixon
Susan Oliver
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Patrick O'Neal
Roy Orbison
Jesse Owens
Jean-Louis Palladin
Bruce Paltrow
Robert Palmer
Bert Parks
Jennifer Patterson
George Peppard
Dick Powell
Vincent Price
Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden
Giacomo Puccini
Denver Pyle
Eddie Rabbit
Jason Robards
Stanley Ralph Ross
Anne Ramsey
Aldo Ray
Harry Reasoner
Pee Wee Reese
Jacquelyn Reinach
Lee Remick
R.J. Reynolds
Cal Ripken, Sr., father of Cal Ripken, Jr.
Stan Rogers
Jack Ruby
Patsy Ruff
Babe Ruth
Nora Sayre
Marge Schott
George C. Scott
Vito Scotti
Rod Serling
Delphine Seyrig
Ayatollah Mohammed Mehdi Shamseddine
Robert Shaw
Anne Shirley
Dmitri Shostakovich
Frank Sinatra
Bob H. Smith
Fred "Sonic" Smith
Jack Soo
Olan Soule
Lionel Stander
K.T. Stevens
Woody Stevens
Ed Sullivan
Fabio Taglioni
William Talman
Barb Tarbox
John Thaw
Ross Thomas
Will Thornbury
Gene Tierney
Francot Tone
Spencer Tracy
Forrest Tucker
Sophie Tucker
Lana Turner
Jean Vander Pyl
Jim Varney
Sarah Vaughn
John Wallach
Nancy Walker
John Wayne
Mary Wells
Bert Wheeler
Michael Williams
Tex Williams
Carl Wilson
William Griffith Wilson
Wolfman Jack
George Yennimatas, Greek National Economy Minister
Dick York
A. Coleman Young, Detroit, Michigan's longest-serving mayor
Warren Zevon

Not that it matters much but just a day after I started working on the
list for Wikipedia, Johnny Carson passed away from emphysema. You
know, Carson smoked regularly when he worked on "The Tonight Show." He
apparently, tried to disguise his habit by quickly puffing when the
camera wasn't on him and then hid the cigarette under his desk. I
heard that he also had a clever way to hid the rising smoke by having a
special fan under his desk.

I saw Ed McMahon interviewed on "The New Tom Green Show" on MTV. When
asked about what Carson was up to at the time, McMahon told Green that
he had emphysema because Johnny was a "really bad smoker." McMahon
also pointed out Green's knack of smoking cigarettes during and/or just
after commercial breaks (I assume as a homage to Carson).

For those who care, just before I started working on the list for
Wikipedia, I started another informal page/site concerning celebrity
smoking. I wanted to tie the afordmentioned Tom Green into this with
his ex-wife Drew Barrymore:
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Drew_Barrymore_Smokes_Too_Much/

Description Category: Smoking
"'I get through anywhere from two to three packs a day', she declares,
with undeniable relish. 'It's disgusting. It's awful. But I love it!
Ooh I love it. If there could be an alcoholic word for smoking then
that would be me. I'm a smokaholic. Definitely. Marlboros. That's my
brand. It's such a great consistent taste. I love everything about
smoking. I love the it cures my oral fixations. I love that it's
something to do, it's somthing in my hand. I like the smell of it, the
taste of it, I love smoking! I love the first one in the morning, I
love the last one before I go to bed and every one in between. If I
could I would smoke and eat at the same time. Whether it's obsessions
or fixations, this is definitely one of mine. But if it's a fault, then
it's one I take pride in'", GQ Magazine, Apr. '95

Members: 12
Created: Jan 15, 2005
Language: English
http://www.mascotcoalition.org/education/movies/charlies_angels.html
Richie
2005-01-27 11:17:28 UTC
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Post by t***@yahoo.com
For the past few days, I've been working on a collection of names of
famous or notable people who died from smoking related causes (i.e.
lung cancer, throat cancer, heart failure, emphysema, etc.). This is
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tobacco-related_deaths
John Agar, first husband of Shirley Temple Black
Gracie Allen
Stephen E. Ambrose
Louis Armstrong
Desi Arnaz
Mary Astor
Lucille Ball
Tallulah Bankhead
Carl Barger, President of the Florida Marlins
George Granville Barker
Sandy Baron
Count Basie
Gilard Becaud
Wilhelmina Behmenburg
Mark Belanger
Bea Benaderet
Jack Benny
Leonard Bernstein
Carl Betz
Amanda Blake
Art Blakey
Humphrey Bogart
Paul Brinegar
Yul Brynner
Frank Buck
Jack Buck
Anthony Burgess
John Butler, General Manager of the San Diego Chargers
Herb Caen
Rory Calhoun
John Candy
Cantinflas
Eric Carr
Johnny Carson
Jack Cassidy
Lon Chaney, Sr.
Graham Chapman
Rose Cipollone
Gloria Clapp
Rosemary Clooney
Ty Cobb
Nat King Cole
Chuck Connors
Gary Cooper
Luiz Jose Costa
Noel Coward
Bing Crosby
Gary Crosby
Scatman Crothers
Bette Davis
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Colleen Dewhurst
Selma Diamond
Joe DiMaggio
Joe DiMaggio, Jr.
Everett Dirkson
Walt Disney
Jimmy Dorsey
Morton Downey, Jr.
Dwight Eisenhower
Duke Ellington
T.S. Elliot
John Henry Falk
Mimi Faria
George Fenneman
Ruth Fertel
Jim Finks
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Cotton Fitzsimmons
Ian Fleming
Errol Flynn
Bob Fosse
James Franciscus
Pete Franklin
Victor French
Sigmund Freud
Clark Gable
Jerry Garcia
A. Bartlett Giamatti
Jackie Gleason
Dorothy Jo Gideon, wife of Bob Barker
Larry Gilbert
Arthur Godfrey
Robert Goizueta
Gale Gordon
Nancy Gore Hunger, sister of Al Gore
Stephen Jay Gould
Betty Grable
Ulysses S. Grant
Harry Guardino
Peter Gzowski
Florence Halop
Carrie Hamilton, daughter of Carol Burnett
Lorraine Hansberry
George Harrison
Lloyd Haynes
Susan Hayward
Eileen Heckart
Lillian Hellman
Earl Hindman
Elsbeary Hobbs
Judy Holiday
Moe Howard
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People
Hubert Humprey
Chet Huntley
John Huston
Burl Ives
Dennis James
David Janssen
Spike Jones
Boris Karloff
Andy Kaufman died of oat cell carcinoma which is not associated with
smoking. Andy never smoked.
Stubby Kaye
Buster Keaton
Brian Keith
King George V
King George VI
King George VII
King Edward VIII
Eddie Kendrick
Patrick Kennedy, son of John F. & Jackie Kennedy was born prematurely
and died after 2 days. His death was attributed to his mother's smoking
during pregnancy.
Carolina Knapp
Michael Landon
Meyer Lansky
Gypsy Rose Lee
Alan Jay Lerner
Larry Linville
Julie London
Lloyd Mangrum
Nancy Marchand
Roger Maris
Bob Marley
E.G. Marshall
Dean Martin
Kiel Martin
Groucho Marx
Zeppo Marx
Walter Matthau
Doug McClure
Roddy McDowall
Steve McQueen
Wayne McLaren
Audrey Meadows
Melina Mercouri
Robert Mitchum
Claude Monet
Gary Moore
Agnes Moorehead
Henry Morgan
Gary Morton
Johnny Most
Edward Mulhare
Edward R. Murrow
Bob Murphy
Lorenzo Music
Pat Nixon
Susan Oliver
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Patrick O'Neal
Roy Orbison
Jesse Owens
Jean-Louis Palladin
Bruce Paltrow
Robert Palmer
Bert Parks
Jennifer Patterson
George Peppard
Dick Powell
Vincent Price
Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden
Giacomo Puccini
Denver Pyle
Eddie Rabbit
Jason Robards
Stanley Ralph Ross
Anne Ramsey
Aldo Ray
Harry Reasoner
Pee Wee Reese
Jacquelyn Reinach
Lee Remick
R.J. Reynolds
Cal Ripken, Sr., father of Cal Ripken, Jr.
Stan Rogers
Jack Ruby
Patsy Ruff
Babe Ruth
Nora Sayre
Marge Schott
George C. Scott
Vito Scotti
Rod Serling
Delphine Seyrig
Ayatollah Mohammed Mehdi Shamseddine
Robert Shaw
Anne Shirley
Dmitri Shostakovich
Frank Sinatra
Bob H. Smith
Fred "Sonic" Smith
Jack Soo
Olan Soule
Lionel Stander
K.T. Stevens
Woody Stevens
Ed Sullivan
Fabio Taglioni
William Talman
Barb Tarbox
John Thaw
Ross Thomas
Will Thornbury
Gene Tierney
Francot Tone
Spencer Tracy
Forrest Tucker
Sophie Tucker
Lana Turner
Jean Vander Pyl
Jim Varney
Sarah Vaughn
John Wallach
Nancy Walker
John Wayne
Mary Wells
Bert Wheeler
Michael Williams
Tex Williams
Carl Wilson
William Griffith Wilson
Wolfman Jack
George Yennimatas, Greek National Economy Minister
Dick York
A. Coleman Young, Detroit, Michigan's longest-serving mayor
Warren Zevon
Not that it matters much but just a day after I started working on the
list for Wikipedia, Johnny Carson passed away from emphysema. You
know, Carson smoked regularly when he worked on "The Tonight Show."
He
Post by t***@yahoo.com
apparently, tried to disguise his habit by quickly puffing when the
camera wasn't on him and then hid the cigarette under his desk. I
heard that he also had a clever way to hid the rising smoke by having a
special fan under his desk.
I saw Ed McMahon interviewed on "The New Tom Green Show" on MTV.
When
Post by t***@yahoo.com
asked about what Carson was up to at the time, McMahon told Green that
he had emphysema because Johnny was a "really bad smoker." McMahon
also pointed out Green's knack of smoking cigarettes during and/or just
after commercial breaks (I assume as a homage to Carson).
For those who care, just before I started working on the list for
Wikipedia, I started another informal page/site concerning celebrity
smoking. I wanted to tie the afordmentioned Tom Green into this with
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Drew_Barrymore_Smokes_Too_Much/
Description Category: Smoking
"'I get through anywhere from two to three packs a day', she
declares,
Post by t***@yahoo.com
with undeniable relish. 'It's disgusting. It's awful. But I love it!
Ooh I love it. If there could be an alcoholic word for smoking then
that would be me. I'm a smokaholic. Definitely. Marlboros. That's my
brand. It's such a great consistent taste. I love everything about
smoking. I love the it cures my oral fixations. I love that it's
something to do, it's somthing in my hand. I like the smell of it, the
taste of it, I love smoking! I love the first one in the morning, I
love the last one before I go to bed and every one in between. If I
could I would smoke and eat at the same time. Whether it's obsessions
or fixations, this is definitely one of mine. But if it's a fault, then
it's one I take pride in'", GQ Magazine, Apr. '95
Members: 12
Created: Jan 15, 2005
Language: English
http://www.mascotcoalition.org/education/movies/charlies_angels.html
Amanda Blake died of aids related disease ARD
Ren Höek
2005-01-27 14:27:51 UTC
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Most of the people below lived into their 70's and 80's. Some
people on the list didn't smoke cigarettes. Now you want to post more
drivel that isn't based on research? By the way, Amada Blake died of
AIDS and many on your list just died of old age. Heart failure comes
with old age you know.
Post by t***@yahoo.com
For the past few days, I've been working on a collection of names of
famous or notable people who died from smoking related causes (i.e.
lung cancer, throat cancer, heart failure, emphysema, etc.). This is
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tobacco-related_deaths
John Agar, first husband of Shirley Temple Black
Gracie Allen
Stephen E. Ambrose
Louis Armstrong
Desi Arnaz
Mary Astor
Lucille Ball
Tallulah Bankhead
Carl Barger, President of the Florida Marlins
George Granville Barker
Sandy Baron
Count Basie
Gilard Becaud
Wilhelmina Behmenburg
Mark Belanger
Bea Benaderet
Jack Benny
Leonard Bernstein
Carl Betz
Amanda Blake
Art Blakey
Humphrey Bogart
Paul Brinegar
Yul Brynner
Frank Buck
Jack Buck
Anthony Burgess
John Butler, General Manager of the San Diego Chargers
Herb Caen
Rory Calhoun
John Candy
Cantinflas
Eric Carr
Johnny Carson
Jack Cassidy
Lon Chaney, Sr.
Graham Chapman
Rose Cipollone
Gloria Clapp
Rosemary Clooney
Ty Cobb
Nat King Cole
Chuck Connors
Gary Cooper
Luiz Jose Costa
Noel Coward
Bing Crosby
Gary Crosby
Scatman Crothers
Bette Davis
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Colleen Dewhurst
Selma Diamond
Joe DiMaggio
Joe DiMaggio, Jr.
Everett Dirkson
Walt Disney
Jimmy Dorsey
Morton Downey, Jr.
Dwight Eisenhower
Duke Ellington
T.S. Elliot
John Henry Falk
Mimi Faria
George Fenneman
Ruth Fertel
Jim Finks
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Cotton Fitzsimmons
Ian Fleming
Errol Flynn
Bob Fosse
James Franciscus
Pete Franklin
Victor French
Sigmund Freud
Clark Gable
Jerry Garcia
A. Bartlett Giamatti
Jackie Gleason
Dorothy Jo Gideon, wife of Bob Barker
Larry Gilbert
Arthur Godfrey
Robert Goizueta
Gale Gordon
Nancy Gore Hunger, sister of Al Gore
Stephen Jay Gould
Betty Grable
Ulysses S. Grant
Harry Guardino
Peter Gzowski
Florence Halop
Carrie Hamilton, daughter of Carol Burnett
Lorraine Hansberry
George Harrison
Lloyd Haynes
Susan Hayward
Eileen Heckart
Lillian Hellman
Earl Hindman
Elsbeary Hobbs
Judy Holiday
Moe Howard
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People
Hubert Humprey
Chet Huntley
John Huston
Burl Ives
Dennis James
David Janssen
Spike Jones
Boris Karloff
Andy Kaufman died of oat cell carcinoma which is not associated with
smoking. Andy never smoked.
Stubby Kaye
Buster Keaton
Brian Keith
King George V
King George VI
King George VII
King Edward VIII
Eddie Kendrick
Patrick Kennedy, son of John F. & Jackie Kennedy was born prematurely
and died after 2 days. His death was attributed to his mother's smoking
during pregnancy.
Carolina Knapp
Michael Landon
Meyer Lansky
Gypsy Rose Lee
Alan Jay Lerner
Larry Linville
Julie London
Lloyd Mangrum
Nancy Marchand
Roger Maris
Bob Marley
E.G. Marshall
Dean Martin
Kiel Martin
Groucho Marx
Zeppo Marx
Walter Matthau
Doug McClure
Roddy McDowall
Steve McQueen
Wayne McLaren
Audrey Meadows
Melina Mercouri
Robert Mitchum
Claude Monet
Gary Moore
Agnes Moorehead
Henry Morgan
Gary Morton
Johnny Most
Edward Mulhare
Edward R. Murrow
Bob Murphy
Lorenzo Music
Pat Nixon
Susan Oliver
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Patrick O'Neal
Roy Orbison
Jesse Owens
Jean-Louis Palladin
Bruce Paltrow
Robert Palmer
Bert Parks
Jennifer Patterson
George Peppard
Dick Powell
Vincent Price
Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden
Giacomo Puccini
Denver Pyle
Eddie Rabbit
Jason Robards
Stanley Ralph Ross
Anne Ramsey
Aldo Ray
Harry Reasoner
Pee Wee Reese
Jacquelyn Reinach
Lee Remick
R.J. Reynolds
Cal Ripken, Sr., father of Cal Ripken, Jr.
Stan Rogers
Jack Ruby
Patsy Ruff
Babe Ruth
Nora Sayre
Marge Schott
George C. Scott
Vito Scotti
Rod Serling
Delphine Seyrig
Ayatollah Mohammed Mehdi Shamseddine
Robert Shaw
Anne Shirley
Dmitri Shostakovich
Frank Sinatra
Bob H. Smith
Fred "Sonic" Smith
Jack Soo
Olan Soule
Lionel Stander
K.T. Stevens
Woody Stevens
Ed Sullivan
Fabio Taglioni
William Talman
Barb Tarbox
John Thaw
Ross Thomas
Will Thornbury
Gene Tierney
Francot Tone
Spencer Tracy
Forrest Tucker
Sophie Tucker
Lana Turner
Jean Vander Pyl
Jim Varney
Sarah Vaughn
John Wallach
Nancy Walker
John Wayne
Mary Wells
Bert Wheeler
Michael Williams
Tex Williams
Carl Wilson
William Griffith Wilson
Wolfman Jack
George Yennimatas, Greek National Economy Minister
Dick York
A. Coleman Young, Detroit, Michigan's longest-serving mayor
Warren Zevon
Not that it matters much but just a day after I started working on the
list for Wikipedia, Johnny Carson passed away from emphysema. You
know, Carson smoked regularly when he worked on "The Tonight Show." He
apparently, tried to disguise his habit by quickly puffing when the
camera wasn't on him and then hid the cigarette under his desk. I
heard that he also had a clever way to hid the rising smoke by having a
special fan under his desk.
I saw Ed McMahon interviewed on "The New Tom Green Show" on MTV. When
asked about what Carson was up to at the time, McMahon told Green that
he had emphysema because Johnny was a "really bad smoker." McMahon
also pointed out Green's knack of smoking cigarettes during and/or just
after commercial breaks (I assume as a homage to Carson).
For those who care, just before I started working on the list for
Wikipedia, I started another informal page/site concerning celebrity
smoking. I wanted to tie the afordmentioned Tom Green into this with
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Drew_Barrymore_Smokes_Too_Much/
Description Category: Smoking
"'I get through anywhere from two to three packs a day', she declares,
with undeniable relish. 'It's disgusting. It's awful. But I love it!
Ooh I love it. If there could be an alcoholic word for smoking then
that would be me. I'm a smokaholic. Definitely. Marlboros. That's my
brand. It's such a great consistent taste. I love everything about
smoking. I love the it cures my oral fixations. I love that it's
something to do, it's somthing in my hand. I like the smell of it, the
taste of it, I love smoking! I love the first one in the morning, I
love the last one before I go to bed and every one in between. If I
could I would smoke and eat at the same time. Whether it's obsessions
or fixations, this is definitely one of mine. But if it's a fault, then
it's one I take pride in'", GQ Magazine, Apr. '95
Members: 12
Created: Jan 15, 2005
Language: English
http://www.mascotcoalition.org/education/movies/charlies_angels.html
Ran Endish
2005-01-27 17:29:56 UTC
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So you're saying smoking doesn't kill people. Riiiiiiiiiiiighhhhtttt
Post by Ren Höek
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Most of the people below lived into their 70's and 80's. Some
people on the list didn't smoke cigarettes. Now you want to post more
drivel that isn't based on research? By the way, Amada Blake died of
AIDS and many on your list just died of old age. Heart failure comes
with old age you know.
Post by t***@yahoo.com
For the past few days, I've been working on a collection of names of
famous or notable people who died from smoking related causes (i.e.
lung cancer, throat cancer, heart failure, emphysema, etc.). This is
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tobacco-related_deaths
John Agar, first husband of Shirley Temple Black
Gracie Allen
Stephen E. Ambrose
Louis Armstrong
Desi Arnaz
Mary Astor
Lucille Ball
Tallulah Bankhead
Carl Barger, President of the Florida Marlins
George Granville Barker
Sandy Baron
Count Basie
Gilard Becaud
Wilhelmina Behmenburg
Mark Belanger
Bea Benaderet
Jack Benny
Leonard Bernstein
Carl Betz
Amanda Blake
Art Blakey
Humphrey Bogart
Paul Brinegar
Yul Brynner
Frank Buck
Jack Buck
Anthony Burgess
John Butler, General Manager of the San Diego Chargers
Herb Caen
Rory Calhoun
John Candy
Cantinflas
Eric Carr
Johnny Carson
Jack Cassidy
Lon Chaney, Sr.
Graham Chapman
Rose Cipollone
Gloria Clapp
Rosemary Clooney
Ty Cobb
Nat King Cole
Chuck Connors
Gary Cooper
Luiz Jose Costa
Noel Coward
Bing Crosby
Gary Crosby
Scatman Crothers
Bette Davis
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Colleen Dewhurst
Selma Diamond
Joe DiMaggio
Joe DiMaggio, Jr.
Everett Dirkson
Walt Disney
Jimmy Dorsey
Morton Downey, Jr.
Dwight Eisenhower
Duke Ellington
T.S. Elliot
John Henry Falk
Mimi Faria
George Fenneman
Ruth Fertel
Jim Finks
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Cotton Fitzsimmons
Ian Fleming
Errol Flynn
Bob Fosse
James Franciscus
Pete Franklin
Victor French
Sigmund Freud
Clark Gable
Jerry Garcia
A. Bartlett Giamatti
Jackie Gleason
Dorothy Jo Gideon, wife of Bob Barker
Larry Gilbert
Arthur Godfrey
Robert Goizueta
Gale Gordon
Nancy Gore Hunger, sister of Al Gore
Stephen Jay Gould
Betty Grable
Ulysses S. Grant
Harry Guardino
Peter Gzowski
Florence Halop
Carrie Hamilton, daughter of Carol Burnett
Lorraine Hansberry
George Harrison
Lloyd Haynes
Susan Hayward
Eileen Heckart
Lillian Hellman
Earl Hindman
Elsbeary Hobbs
Judy Holiday
Moe Howard
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People
Hubert Humprey
Chet Huntley
John Huston
Burl Ives
Dennis James
David Janssen
Spike Jones
Boris Karloff
Andy Kaufman died of oat cell carcinoma which is not associated with
smoking. Andy never smoked.
Stubby Kaye
Buster Keaton
Brian Keith
King George V
King George VI
King George VII
King Edward VIII
Eddie Kendrick
Patrick Kennedy, son of John F. & Jackie Kennedy was born prematurely
and died after 2 days. His death was attributed to his mother's smoking
during pregnancy.
Carolina Knapp
Michael Landon
Meyer Lansky
Gypsy Rose Lee
Alan Jay Lerner
Larry Linville
Julie London
Lloyd Mangrum
Nancy Marchand
Roger Maris
Bob Marley
E.G. Marshall
Dean Martin
Kiel Martin
Groucho Marx
Zeppo Marx
Walter Matthau
Doug McClure
Roddy McDowall
Steve McQueen
Wayne McLaren
Audrey Meadows
Melina Mercouri
Robert Mitchum
Claude Monet
Gary Moore
Agnes Moorehead
Henry Morgan
Gary Morton
Johnny Most
Edward Mulhare
Edward R. Murrow
Bob Murphy
Lorenzo Music
Pat Nixon
Susan Oliver
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Patrick O'Neal
Roy Orbison
Jesse Owens
Jean-Louis Palladin
Bruce Paltrow
Robert Palmer
Bert Parks
Jennifer Patterson
George Peppard
Dick Powell
Vincent Price
Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden
Giacomo Puccini
Denver Pyle
Eddie Rabbit
Jason Robards
Stanley Ralph Ross
Anne Ramsey
Aldo Ray
Harry Reasoner
Pee Wee Reese
Jacquelyn Reinach
Lee Remick
R.J. Reynolds
Cal Ripken, Sr., father of Cal Ripken, Jr.
Stan Rogers
Jack Ruby
Patsy Ruff
Babe Ruth
Nora Sayre
Marge Schott
George C. Scott
Vito Scotti
Rod Serling
Delphine Seyrig
Ayatollah Mohammed Mehdi Shamseddine
Robert Shaw
Anne Shirley
Dmitri Shostakovich
Frank Sinatra
Bob H. Smith
Fred "Sonic" Smith
Jack Soo
Olan Soule
Lionel Stander
K.T. Stevens
Woody Stevens
Ed Sullivan
Fabio Taglioni
William Talman
Barb Tarbox
John Thaw
Ross Thomas
Will Thornbury
Gene Tierney
Francot Tone
Spencer Tracy
Forrest Tucker
Sophie Tucker
Lana Turner
Jean Vander Pyl
Jim Varney
Sarah Vaughn
John Wallach
Nancy Walker
John Wayne
Mary Wells
Bert Wheeler
Michael Williams
Tex Williams
Carl Wilson
William Griffith Wilson
Wolfman Jack
George Yennimatas, Greek National Economy Minister
Dick York
A. Coleman Young, Detroit, Michigan's longest-serving mayor
Warren Zevon
Not that it matters much but just a day after I started working on the
list for Wikipedia, Johnny Carson passed away from emphysema. You
know, Carson smoked regularly when he worked on "The Tonight Show." He
apparently, tried to disguise his habit by quickly puffing when the
camera wasn't on him and then hid the cigarette under his desk. I
heard that he also had a clever way to hid the rising smoke by having a
special fan under his desk.
I saw Ed McMahon interviewed on "The New Tom Green Show" on MTV. When
asked about what Carson was up to at the time, McMahon told Green that
he had emphysema because Johnny was a "really bad smoker." McMahon
also pointed out Green's knack of smoking cigarettes during and/or just
after commercial breaks (I assume as a homage to Carson).
For those who care, just before I started working on the list for
Wikipedia, I started another informal page/site concerning celebrity
smoking. I wanted to tie the afordmentioned Tom Green into this with
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Drew_Barrymore_Smokes_Too_Much/
Description Category: Smoking
"'I get through anywhere from two to three packs a day', she declares,
with undeniable relish. 'It's disgusting. It's awful. But I love it!
Ooh I love it. If there could be an alcoholic word for smoking then
that would be me. I'm a smokaholic. Definitely. Marlboros. That's my
brand. It's such a great consistent taste. I love everything about
smoking. I love the it cures my oral fixations. I love that it's
something to do, it's somthing in my hand. I like the smell of it, the
taste of it, I love smoking! I love the first one in the morning, I
love the last one before I go to bed and every one in between. If I
could I would smoke and eat at the same time. Whether it's obsessions
or fixations, this is definitely one of mine. But if it's a fault, then
it's one I take pride in'", GQ Magazine, Apr. '95
Members: 12
Created: Jan 15, 2005
Language: English
http://www.mascotcoalition.org/education/movies/charlies_angels.html
explorer
2005-01-28 03:00:17 UTC
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X-No-Archive: yes
Most of the people below lived into their 70's and 80's. Some
people on the list didn't smoke cigarettes. Now you want to post more
drivel that isn't based on research? By the way, Amada Blake died of
AIDS and many on your list just died of old age. Heart failure comes
with old age you know.
So you're saying smoking doesn't kill people. Riiiiiiiiiiiighhhhtttt
No. He's just saying that not everyone who has died has had a
smoking-related death.
Neptuna
2005-01-27 15:19:09 UTC
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your list is flawed and incorrectly asserts that the listed celebs who ever
smoked died because of smoking and that is just not true.
Leonard Bernstein--- AIDS
Carl Betz-----AIDS
Amanda Blake----AIDS
John Candy------ heart attack
Jack Cassidy------died in a fire
Graham Chapman-----liver cancer
Bing Crosby---heart attack on a golf course
Jackie Gleason--- heart failure
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People died of non-respiratory
cancer
Brian Keith---committed suicide
Edward Mulhare----AIDS
Off the top of my head I dispute these claims and there are several more
that are speciously concluded just because the deceased smoked. I do not
smoke but just cannot accept the pat claim that smoking killed all of these
people.
charliekilo
2005-01-27 15:45:27 UTC
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your list is flawed and incorrectly asserts that the listed celebs who
ever smoked died because of smoking and that is just not true.
Leonard Bernstein--- AIDS
Carl Betz-----AIDS
Amanda Blake----AIDS
John Candy------ heart attack
Jack Cassidy------died in a fire
Graham Chapman-----liver cancer
Bing Crosby---heart attack on a golf course
Jackie Gleason--- heart failure
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People died of non-respiratory
cancer
Brian Keith---committed suicide
Edward Mulhare----AIDS
Off the top of my head I dispute these claims and there are several more
that are speciously concluded just because the deceased smoked. I do not
smoke but just cannot accept the pat claim that smoking killed all of
these people.
It's also a problem with how the government collects data on smoking related
deaths. It's my understanding that if a death occurs to an individual, and
that individual smoked, whether or not they died from something actually
smoking related, it's still counted as a smoking related death.
Neptuna
2005-01-27 15:43:00 UTC
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Post by Neptuna
your list is flawed and incorrectly asserts that the listed celebs who
ever smoked died because of smoking and that is just not true.
Leonard Bernstein--- AIDS
Carl Betz-----AIDS
Amanda Blake----AIDS
John Candy------ heart attack
Jack Cassidy------died in a fire
Graham Chapman-----liver cancer
Bing Crosby---heart attack on a golf course
Jackie Gleason--- heart failure
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People died of non-respiratory
cancer
Brian Keith---committed suicide
Edward Mulhare----AIDS
Off the top of my head I dispute these claims and there are several more
that are speciously concluded just because the deceased smoked. I do not
smoke but just cannot accept the pat claim that smoking killed all of
these people.
It's also a problem with how the government collects data on smoking
related deaths. It's my understanding that if a death occurs to an
individual, and that individual smoked, whether or not they died from
something actually smoking related, it's still counted as a smoking
related death.
Its also a problem of Wikipedia entries just being accepted as fact for
anybody to make false claims and then having the idiocy to include Andy
Kaufman and re-asseret that he never smoked. Well, if he NEVER smoked, what
is his name doing on this idiotic list?
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The biker from the Village People died from AIDS-related sarcoma, not
from a smoking-related illness.

The list also left out Audrey Hepburn.
Mary
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The biker from the Village People died from AIDS-related sarcoma, not
from a smoking-related illness.
The list also left out Audrey Hepburn.
Also, if I recall. Jack Benny died of a severe stomach ailment and suffered
with it without having it diagnosed in time.
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The biker from the Village People died from AIDS-related sarcoma, not
from a smoking-related illness.
The list also left out Audrey Hepburn.
Also, if I recall. Jack Benny died of a severe stomach ailment and suffered
with it without having it diagnosed in time.
And Audrey Hepburn's death was likely hastened more by years of starvation
than any tobacco-related causes.
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... > > The biker from the Village People died from AIDS-related sarcoma, not
... > > from a smoking-related illness.
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... > > The list also left out Audrey Hepburn.
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... >
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... suffered
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... And Audrey Hepburn's death was likely hastened more by years of starvation
... than any tobacco-related causes.

If starvation caused cancer, it would be known.
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... > > The list also left out Audrey Hepburn.
... > >
... >
... > Also, if I recall. Jack Benny died of a severe stomach ailment and
... suffered
... > with it without having it diagnosed in time.
... >
...
... And Audrey Hepburn's death was likely hastened more by years of starvation
... than any tobacco-related causes.
If starvation caused cancer, it would be known.
It doesn't *cause* cancer but it does severely affect one's ability to fight
disease.
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The biker from the Village People died from AIDS-related sarcoma, not
from a smoking-related illness.
The list also left out Audrey Hepburn.
Audrey Hepburn died of colon cancer, which is not linked to smoking.

Kathy
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It's also a problem with how the government collects data on smoking related
deaths. It's my understanding that if a death occurs to an individual, and
that individual smoked, whether or not they died from something actually
smoking related, it's still counted as a smoking related death.
I've seen studies like that. My theory is that everybody who dies has one
thing in common: They drank water. Beware!
Brooke Mayne
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ok were is gregory hines and barry bonds cigartte addicted father bobby
Ren Höek
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your list is flawed and incorrectly asserts that the listed celebs who ever
smoked died because of smoking and that is just not true.
Leonard Bernstein--- AIDS
Carl Betz-----AIDS
Amanda Blake----AIDS
John Candy------ heart attack
Jack Cassidy------died in a fire
Graham Chapman-----liver cancer
Bing Crosby---heart attack on a golf course
Jackie Gleason--- heart failure
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People died of non-respiratory
cancer
Brian Keith---committed suicide
Edward Mulhare----AIDS
Off the top of my head I dispute these claims and there are several more
that are speciously concluded just because the deceased smoked. I do not
smoke but just cannot accept the pat claim that smoking killed all of these
people.
The guy is an obvious moron.
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graham chapman had aids
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Jack Cassidy------died in a fire
Off the top of my head I dispute these claims and there are several more
that are speciously concluded just because the deceased smoked. I do not
smoke but just cannot accept the pat claim that smoking killed all of these
people.
I think Jack Cassidy died in a fire that started because he fell
asleep with a lit cigarette in his hand. Of course, by the same
logic, one could conclude that cooking can kill you since a lot of
fires are started that way.
--
Bigolhomo
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Jack Cassidy------died in a fire
Off the top of my head I dispute these claims and there are several more
that are speciously concluded just because the deceased smoked. I do not
smoke but just cannot accept the pat claim that smoking killed all of these
people.
I think Jack Cassidy died in a fire that started because he fell
asleep with a lit cigarette in his hand. Of course, by the same
logic, one could conclude that cooking can kill you since a lot of
fires are started that way.
--
Bigolhomo
Then let's say Jack Cassidy died from drinking.

He was DRUNK when he fell asleep (passed out) with that
cigarette still burning. Cassidy was such an alcoholic that
Shirley Jones divorced him because of it.

Kris
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Jack Cassidy------died in a fire
Off the top of my head I dispute these claims and there are several
more
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that are speciously concluded just because the deceased smoked. I do
not
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smoke but just cannot accept the pat claim that smoking killed all of
these
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people.
I think Jack Cassidy died in a fire that started because he fell
asleep with a lit cigarette in his hand. Of course, by the same
logic, one could conclude that cooking can kill you since a lot of
fires are started that way.
--
Bigolhomo
Then let's say Jack Cassidy died from drinking.
He was DRUNK when he fell asleep (passed out) with that
cigarette still burning. Cassidy was such an alcoholic that
Shirley Jones divorced him because of it.
But he fell ASLEEP before that cigarette set the house on fire.
Let's just say he died from sleeping.
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On Thu, 27 Jan 2005 15:19:09 GMT, "Neptuna"
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Jack Cassidy------died in a fire
Off the top of my head I dispute these claims and there are several
more
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that are speciously concluded just because the deceased smoked.
I do
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not
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smoke but just cannot accept the pat claim that smoking killed all of
these
Post by Neptuna
people.
I think Jack Cassidy died in a fire that started because he fell
asleep with a lit cigarette in his hand. Of course, by the same
logic, one could conclude that cooking can kill you since a lot of
fires are started that way.
--
Bigolhomo
Then let's say Jack Cassidy died from drinking.
He was DRUNK when he fell asleep (passed out) with that
cigarette still burning. Cassidy was such an alcoholic that
Shirley Jones divorced him because of it.
But he fell ASLEEP before that cigarette set the house on fire.
Let's just say he died from sleeping.
Jack woulda never died had he never been born, therefore...

-Scrinine
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| your list is flawed and incorrectly asserts that the listed celebs
who ever
| smoked died because of smoking and that is just not true.
| > > Leonard Bernstein--- AIDS
| > Carl Betz-----AIDS
| > Amanda Blake----AIDS
| > John Candy------ heart attack
| > Jack Cassidy------died in a fire

Yes, Jack Cassidy died in a fire--that he started from falling asleep
with a burning cigarette in his hand. Started the mattress on fire and
killed him. So while he did not die from lung or heart disease, his
cigarette addiction did in fact cause his death.




| > Graham Chapman-----liver cancer
| > Bing Crosby---heart attack on a golf course
| > Jackie Gleason--- heart failure
| > Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People died of
non-respiratory
| > cancer
| > Brian Keith---committed suicide
| > Edward Mulhare----AIDS
|
| Off the top of my head I dispute these claims and there are several
more
| that are speciously concluded just because the deceased smoked. I
do not
| smoke but just cannot accept the pat claim that smoking killed all
of these
| people.
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Yes, Jack Cassidy died in a fire--that he started from falling asleep
with a burning cigarette in his hand. Started the mattress on fire and
killed him. So while he did not die from lung or heart disease, his
cigarette addiction did in fact cause his death.
No, fire caused his death. I'm pretty sure the coroner's report would not
list smoking as the cause of death.

Well then, if one dies while driving to the store to buy cigarettes, then
the cigarette addiction would be responsible for the death?....

If that's the case, what if someone was headed to the store to buy milk?...
bread?...etc.

Or on the way to the gym... did the desire for fitness kill them?

Greg
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No, fire caused his death. I'm pretty sure the coroner's report would not
list smoking as the cause of death.
Well then, if one dies while driving to the store to buy cigarettes, then
the cigarette addiction would be responsible for the death?....
If that's the case, what if someone was headed to the store to buy
milk?... bread?...etc.
Or on the way to the gym... did the desire for fitness kill them?
Greg
To further, Gracie Allen and Errol Flynn should be listed as celebrities who
died from a life long heroin addiction as well.
Jeannie-2
2005-01-28 02:19:06 UTC
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No, fire caused his death. I'm pretty sure the coroner's report would not
list smoking as the cause of death.
Well then, if one dies while driving to the store to buy cigarettes, then
the cigarette addiction would be responsible for the death?....
If that's the case, what if someone was headed to the store to buy
milk?... bread?...etc.
Or on the way to the gym... did the desire for fitness kill them?
Greg
To further, Gracie Allen and Errol Flynn should be listed as celebrities who
died from a life long heroin addiction as well.
Gracie Allen did heroin? Never heard that one.
Neptuna
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Gracie Allen did heroin? Never heard that one.
Yep. She was a lifer. I should also add Jerry Garcia to the heroin
addicts and he died of congestive heart failure.
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I understand on certain deaths that you wrote of however the ones of heart failure and heart attacks can be caused by smoking
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2005-01-27 15:46:42 UTC
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For the past few days, I've been working on a collection of names of
famous or notable people who died from smoking related causes (i.e.
lung cancer, throat cancer, heart failure, emphysema, etc.). This is
Perhaps next on your agenda will be the number of celebrities who have
died from at Alcohol Abuse. The "second hand" behavior of alcoholism
is far, far more dangerous than is second hand smoke...did you know
that?
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The first one that came to mind was Yul Brynner because of that
commercial he did. I was lucky enough to see his probably 1000th
performance of "The King and I".

MC
Keeper of Giovanni Ribisi!
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The first one that came to mind was Yul Brynner because of that
commercial he did. I was lucky enough to see his probably 1000th
performance of "The King and I".
MC
Keeper of Giovanni Ribisi!
Damn, I forgot his name - he was on Perry Mason and made a commercial
about cancer and smoking - very scary for a little kid.
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Agnes Morehead and John Waynes cancer may be from the fact that they
filmed "The Conqueror" on atomic testing grounds that glowed at night
it was so radioactive.
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What you have is a list of people that may or may not have smoked who
are now dead. I would that not even one % of your list could or could
not have died from smoking. But if you are having fun then carry on.
Post by t***@yahoo.com
For the past few days, I've been working on a collection of names of
famous or notable people who died from smoking related causes (i.e.
lung cancer, throat cancer, heart failure, emphysema, etc.). This is
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tobacco-related_deaths
John Agar, first husband of Shirley Temple Black
Gracie Allen
Stephen E. Ambrose
Louis Armstrong
Desi Arnaz
Mary Astor
Lucille Ball
Tallulah Bankhead
Carl Barger, President of the Florida Marlins
George Granville Barker
Sandy Baron
Count Basie
Gilard Becaud
Wilhelmina Behmenburg
Mark Belanger
Bea Benaderet
Jack Benny
Leonard Bernstein
Carl Betz
Amanda Blake
Art Blakey
Humphrey Bogart
Paul Brinegar
Yul Brynner
Frank Buck
Jack Buck
Anthony Burgess
John Butler, General Manager of the San Diego Chargers
Herb Caen
Rory Calhoun
John Candy
Cantinflas
Eric Carr
Johnny Carson
Jack Cassidy
Lon Chaney, Sr.
Graham Chapman
Rose Cipollone
Gloria Clapp
Rosemary Clooney
Ty Cobb
Nat King Cole
Chuck Connors
Gary Cooper
Luiz Jose Costa
Noel Coward
Bing Crosby
Gary Crosby
Scatman Crothers
Bette Davis
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Colleen Dewhurst
Selma Diamond
Joe DiMaggio
Joe DiMaggio, Jr.
Everett Dirkson
Walt Disney
Jimmy Dorsey
Morton Downey, Jr.
Dwight Eisenhower
Duke Ellington
T.S. Elliot
John Henry Falk
Mimi Faria
George Fenneman
Ruth Fertel
Jim Finks
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Cotton Fitzsimmons
Ian Fleming
Errol Flynn
Bob Fosse
James Franciscus
Pete Franklin
Victor French
Sigmund Freud
Clark Gable
Jerry Garcia
A. Bartlett Giamatti
Jackie Gleason
Dorothy Jo Gideon, wife of Bob Barker
Larry Gilbert
Arthur Godfrey
Robert Goizueta
Gale Gordon
Nancy Gore Hunger, sister of Al Gore
Stephen Jay Gould
Betty Grable
Ulysses S. Grant
Harry Guardino
Peter Gzowski
Florence Halop
Carrie Hamilton, daughter of Carol Burnett
Lorraine Hansberry
George Harrison
Lloyd Haynes
Susan Hayward
Eileen Heckart
Lillian Hellman
Earl Hindman
Elsbeary Hobbs
Judy Holiday
Moe Howard
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People
Hubert Humprey
Chet Huntley
John Huston
Burl Ives
Dennis James
David Janssen
Spike Jones
Boris Karloff
Andy Kaufman died of oat cell carcinoma which is not associated with
smoking. Andy never smoked.
Stubby Kaye
Buster Keaton
Brian Keith
King George V
King George VI
King George VII
King Edward VIII
Eddie Kendrick
Patrick Kennedy, son of John F. & Jackie Kennedy was born prematurely
and died after 2 days. His death was attributed to his mother's smoking
during pregnancy.
Carolina Knapp
Michael Landon
Meyer Lansky
Gypsy Rose Lee
Alan Jay Lerner
Larry Linville
Julie London
Lloyd Mangrum
Nancy Marchand
Roger Maris
Bob Marley
E.G. Marshall
Dean Martin
Kiel Martin
Groucho Marx
Zeppo Marx
Walter Matthau
Doug McClure
Roddy McDowall
Steve McQueen
Wayne McLaren
Audrey Meadows
Melina Mercouri
Robert Mitchum
Claude Monet
Gary Moore
Agnes Moorehead
Henry Morgan
Gary Morton
Johnny Most
Edward Mulhare
Edward R. Murrow
Bob Murphy
Lorenzo Music
Pat Nixon
Susan Oliver
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Patrick O'Neal
Roy Orbison
Jesse Owens
Jean-Louis Palladin
Bruce Paltrow
Robert Palmer
Bert Parks
Jennifer Patterson
George Peppard
Dick Powell
Vincent Price
Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden
Giacomo Puccini
Denver Pyle
Eddie Rabbit
Jason Robards
Stanley Ralph Ross
Anne Ramsey
Aldo Ray
Harry Reasoner
Pee Wee Reese
Jacquelyn Reinach
Lee Remick
R.J. Reynolds
Cal Ripken, Sr., father of Cal Ripken, Jr.
Stan Rogers
Jack Ruby
Patsy Ruff
Babe Ruth
Nora Sayre
Marge Schott
George C. Scott
Vito Scotti
Rod Serling
Delphine Seyrig
Ayatollah Mohammed Mehdi Shamseddine
Robert Shaw
Anne Shirley
Dmitri Shostakovich
Frank Sinatra
Bob H. Smith
Fred "Sonic" Smith
Jack Soo
Olan Soule
Lionel Stander
K.T. Stevens
Woody Stevens
Ed Sullivan
Fabio Taglioni
William Talman
Barb Tarbox
John Thaw
Ross Thomas
Will Thornbury
Gene Tierney
Francot Tone
Spencer Tracy
Forrest Tucker
Sophie Tucker
Lana Turner
Jean Vander Pyl
Jim Varney
Sarah Vaughn
John Wallach
Nancy Walker
John Wayne
Mary Wells
Bert Wheeler
Michael Williams
Tex Williams
Carl Wilson
William Griffith Wilson
Wolfman Jack
George Yennimatas, Greek National Economy Minister
Dick York
A. Coleman Young, Detroit, Michigan's longest-serving mayor
Warren Zevon
Not that it matters much but just a day after I started working on the
list for Wikipedia, Johnny Carson passed away from emphysema. You
know, Carson smoked regularly when he worked on "The Tonight Show." He
apparently, tried to disguise his habit by quickly puffing when the
camera wasn't on him and then hid the cigarette under his desk. I
heard that he also had a clever way to hid the rising smoke by having a
special fan under his desk.
I saw Ed McMahon interviewed on "The New Tom Green Show" on MTV. When
asked about what Carson was up to at the time, McMahon told Green that
he had emphysema because Johnny was a "really bad smoker." McMahon
also pointed out Green's knack of smoking cigarettes during and/or just
after commercial breaks (I assume as a homage to Carson).
For those who care, just before I started working on the list for
Wikipedia, I started another informal page/site concerning celebrity
smoking. I wanted to tie the afordmentioned Tom Green into this with
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Drew_Barrymore_Smokes_Too_Much/
Description Category: Smoking
"'I get through anywhere from two to three packs a day', she declares,
with undeniable relish. 'It's disgusting. It's awful. But I love it!
Ooh I love it. If there could be an alcoholic word for smoking then
that would be me. I'm a smokaholic. Definitely. Marlboros. That's my
brand. It's such a great consistent taste. I love everything about
smoking. I love the it cures my oral fixations. I love that it's
something to do, it's somthing in my hand. I like the smell of it, the
taste of it, I love smoking! I love the first one in the morning, I
love the last one before I go to bed and every one in between. If I
could I would smoke and eat at the same time. Whether it's obsessions
or fixations, this is definitely one of mine. But if it's a fault, then
it's one I take pride in'", GQ Magazine, Apr. '95
Members: 12
Created: Jan 15, 2005
Language: English
http://www.mascotcoalition.org/education/movies/charlies_angels.html
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Smokey The Bear
What you have is a list of people that may or may not have smoked who
are now dead. I would that not even one % of your list could or could
not have died from smoking. But if you are having fun then carry on.
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For the past few days, I've been working on a collection of names of
famous or notable people who died from smoking related causes (i.e.
lung cancer, throat cancer, heart failure, emphysema, etc.). This is
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tobacco-related_deaths
John Agar, first husband of Shirley Temple Black
Gracie Allen
Stephen E. Ambrose
Louis Armstrong
Desi Arnaz
Mary Astor
Lucille Ball
Tallulah Bankhead
Carl Barger, President of the Florida Marlins
George Granville Barker
Sandy Baron
Count Basie
Gilard Becaud
Wilhelmina Behmenburg
Mark Belanger
Bea Benaderet
Jack Benny
Leonard Bernstein
Carl Betz
Amanda Blake
Art Blakey
Humphrey Bogart
Paul Brinegar
Yul Brynner
Frank Buck
Jack Buck
Anthony Burgess
John Butler, General Manager of the San Diego Chargers
Herb Caen
Rory Calhoun
John Candy
Cantinflas
Eric Carr
Johnny Carson
Jack Cassidy
Lon Chaney, Sr.
Graham Chapman
Rose Cipollone
Gloria Clapp
Rosemary Clooney
Ty Cobb
Nat King Cole
Chuck Connors
Gary Cooper
Luiz Jose Costa
Noel Coward
Bing Crosby
Gary Crosby
Scatman Crothers
Bette Davis
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Colleen Dewhurst
Selma Diamond
Joe DiMaggio
Joe DiMaggio, Jr.
Everett Dirkson
Walt Disney
Jimmy Dorsey
Morton Downey, Jr.
Dwight Eisenhower
Duke Ellington
T.S. Elliot
John Henry Falk
Mimi Faria
George Fenneman
Ruth Fertel
Jim Finks
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Cotton Fitzsimmons
Ian Fleming
Errol Flynn
Bob Fosse
James Franciscus
Pete Franklin
Victor French
Sigmund Freud
Clark Gable
Jerry Garcia
A. Bartlett Giamatti
Jackie Gleason
Dorothy Jo Gideon, wife of Bob Barker
Larry Gilbert
Arthur Godfrey
Robert Goizueta
Gale Gordon
Nancy Gore Hunger, sister of Al Gore
Stephen Jay Gould
Betty Grable
Ulysses S. Grant
Harry Guardino
Peter Gzowski
Florence Halop
Carrie Hamilton, daughter of Carol Burnett
Lorraine Hansberry
George Harrison
Lloyd Haynes
Susan Hayward
Eileen Heckart
Lillian Hellman
Earl Hindman
Elsbeary Hobbs
Judy Holiday
Moe Howard
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People
Hubert Humprey
Chet Huntley
John Huston
Burl Ives
Dennis James
David Janssen
Spike Jones
Boris Karloff
Andy Kaufman died of oat cell carcinoma which is not associated with
smoking. Andy never smoked.
Stubby Kaye
Buster Keaton
Brian Keith
King George V
King George VI
King George VII
King Edward VIII
Eddie Kendrick
Patrick Kennedy, son of John F. & Jackie Kennedy was born prematurely
and died after 2 days. His death was attributed to his mother's smoking
during pregnancy.
Carolina Knapp
Michael Landon
Meyer Lansky
Gypsy Rose Lee
Alan Jay Lerner
Larry Linville
Julie London
Lloyd Mangrum
Nancy Marchand
Roger Maris
Bob Marley
E.G. Marshall
Dean Martin
Kiel Martin
Groucho Marx
Zeppo Marx
Walter Matthau
Doug McClure
Roddy McDowall
Steve McQueen
Wayne McLaren
Audrey Meadows
Melina Mercouri
Robert Mitchum
Claude Monet
Gary Moore
Agnes Moorehead
Henry Morgan
Gary Morton
Johnny Most
Edward Mulhare
Edward R. Murrow
Bob Murphy
Lorenzo Music
Pat Nixon
Susan Oliver
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Patrick O'Neal
Roy Orbison
Jesse Owens
Jean-Louis Palladin
Bruce Paltrow
Robert Palmer
Bert Parks
Jennifer Patterson
George Peppard
Dick Powell
Vincent Price
Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden
Giacomo Puccini
Denver Pyle
Eddie Rabbit
Jason Robards
Stanley Ralph Ross
Anne Ramsey
Aldo Ray
Harry Reasoner
Pee Wee Reese
Jacquelyn Reinach
Lee Remick
R.J. Reynolds
Cal Ripken, Sr., father of Cal Ripken, Jr.
Stan Rogers
Jack Ruby
Patsy Ruff
Babe Ruth
Nora Sayre
Marge Schott
George C. Scott
Vito Scotti
Rod Serling
Delphine Seyrig
Ayatollah Mohammed Mehdi Shamseddine
Robert Shaw
Anne Shirley
Dmitri Shostakovich
Frank Sinatra
Bob H. Smith
Fred "Sonic" Smith
Jack Soo
Olan Soule
Lionel Stander
K.T. Stevens
Woody Stevens
Ed Sullivan
Fabio Taglioni
William Talman
Barb Tarbox
John Thaw
Ross Thomas
Will Thornbury
Gene Tierney
Francot Tone
Spencer Tracy
Forrest Tucker
Sophie Tucker
Lana Turner
Jean Vander Pyl
Jim Varney
Sarah Vaughn
John Wallach
Nancy Walker
John Wayne
Mary Wells
Bert Wheeler
Michael Williams
Tex Williams
Carl Wilson
William Griffith Wilson
Wolfman Jack
George Yennimatas, Greek National Economy Minister
Dick York
A. Coleman Young, Detroit, Michigan's longest-serving mayor
Warren Zevon
Not that it matters much but just a day after I started working on the
list for Wikipedia, Johnny Carson passed away from emphysema. You
know, Carson smoked regularly when he worked on "The Tonight Show." He
apparently, tried to disguise his habit by quickly puffing when the
camera wasn't on him and then hid the cigarette under his desk. I
heard that he also had a clever way to hid the rising smoke by having a
special fan under his desk.
I saw Ed McMahon interviewed on "The New Tom Green Show" on MTV. When
asked about what Carson was up to at the time, McMahon told Green that
he had emphysema because Johnny was a "really bad smoker." McMahon
also pointed out Green's knack of smoking cigarettes during and/or just
after commercial breaks (I assume as a homage to Carson).
For those who care, just before I started working on the list for
Wikipedia, I started another informal page/site concerning celebrity
smoking. I wanted to tie the afordmentioned Tom Green into this with
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Drew_Barrymore_Smokes_Too_Much/
Description Category: Smoking
"'I get through anywhere from two to three packs a day', she declares,
with undeniable relish. 'It's disgusting. It's awful. But I love it!
Ooh I love it. If there could be an alcoholic word for smoking then
that would be me. I'm a smokaholic. Definitely. Marlboros. That's my
brand. It's such a great consistent taste. I love everything about
smoking. I love the it cures my oral fixations. I love that it's
something to do, it's somthing in my hand. I like the smell of it, the
taste of it, I love smoking! I love the first one in the morning, I
love the last one before I go to bed and every one in between. If I
could I would smoke and eat at the same time. Whether it's obsessions
or fixations, this is definitely one of mine. But if it's a fault, then
it's one I take pride in'", GQ Magazine, Apr. '95
Members: 12
Created: Jan 15, 2005
Language: English
http://www.mascotcoalition.org/education/movies/charlies_angels.html
Witchy Way
2005-01-28 08:12:40 UTC
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susan hayward died of a brain tumor
Brooke Mayne
2005-01-28 18:09:14 UTC
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susan hayward had lung cancer that went to her brain like george
harrison
Wull
2005-01-28 19:37:32 UTC
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She was one of the group that got cancer from
nuclear radiation while making the movie with John
Wayne and Pedro Armendariz.

Wull
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susan hayward had lung cancer that went to her brain like george
harrison
mc
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What about Janet Leigh? I'm watching an old Columbo and she's smoking
like a chimney. Funnily enough, there's a clip of a Johnny Carson
monologue in the same episode. Those are people that died, died...
MC
Keeper of Giovanni Ribisi!
Pookie
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I thought John Candy's death was due to obesity.

Also, I wonder who else is on their way besides these, maybe Johnny
Depp (who has always said he wished he had an extra orfice to smoke
from) and Jennifer Aniston (at least used to be a chain smoker). I
wonder how many second hand victims will get emphysema.
Tina
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Also, I wonder who else is on their way besides these, maybe Johnny
Depp (who has always said he wished he had an extra orfice to smoke
from) and Jennifer Aniston (at least used to be a chain smoker). I
wonder how many second hand victims will get emphysema.
George Clooney already has the smoker's voice. He smokes constantly too.


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Post by t***@yahoo.com
For the past few days, I've been working on a collection of names of
famous or notable people who died from smoking related causes (i.e.
lung cancer, throat cancer, heart failure, emphysema, etc.). This is
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tobacco-related_deaths
John Agar, first husband of Shirley Temple Black
Gracie Allen
Stephen E. Ambrose
Louis Armstrong
Desi Arnaz
Mary Astor
Lucille Ball
Tallulah Bankhead
Carl Barger, President of the Florida Marlins
George Granville Barker
Sandy Baron
Count Basie
Gilard Becaud
Wilhelmina Behmenburg
Mark Belanger
Bea Benaderet
Jack Benny
Leonard Bernstein
Carl Betz
Amanda Blake
Art Blakey
Humphrey Bogart
Paul Brinegar
Yul Brynner
Frank Buck
Jack Buck
Anthony Burgess
John Butler, General Manager of the San Diego Chargers
Herb Caen
Rory Calhoun
John Candy
Cantinflas
Eric Carr
Johnny Carson
Jack Cassidy
Lon Chaney, Sr.
Graham Chapman
Rose Cipollone
Gloria Clapp
Rosemary Clooney
Ty Cobb
Nat King Cole
Chuck Connors
Gary Cooper
Luiz Jose Costa
Noel Coward
Bing Crosby
Gary Crosby
Scatman Crothers
Bette Davis
Sammy Davis, Jr.
Colleen Dewhurst
Selma Diamond
Joe DiMaggio
Joe DiMaggio, Jr.
Everett Dirkson
Walt Disney
Jimmy Dorsey
Morton Downey, Jr.
Dwight Eisenhower
Duke Ellington
T.S. Elliot
John Henry Falk
Mimi Faria
George Fenneman
Ruth Fertel
Jim Finks
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Cotton Fitzsimmons
Ian Fleming
Errol Flynn
Bob Fosse
James Franciscus
Pete Franklin
Victor French
Sigmund Freud
Clark Gable
Jerry Garcia
A. Bartlett Giamatti
Jackie Gleason
Dorothy Jo Gideon, wife of Bob Barker
Larry Gilbert
Arthur Godfrey
Robert Goizueta
Gale Gordon
Nancy Gore Hunger, sister of Al Gore
Stephen Jay Gould
Betty Grable
Ulysses S. Grant
Harry Guardino
Peter Gzowski
Florence Halop
Carrie Hamilton, daughter of Carol Burnett
Lorraine Hansberry
George Harrison
Lloyd Haynes
Susan Hayward
Eileen Heckart
Lillian Hellman
Earl Hindman
Elsbeary Hobbs
Judy Holiday
Moe Howard
Glenn Hughes, the biker from the Village People
Hubert Humprey
Chet Huntley
John Huston
Burl Ives
Dennis James
David Janssen
Spike Jones
Boris Karloff
Andy Kaufman died of oat cell carcinoma which is not associated with
smoking. Andy never smoked.
Stubby Kaye
Buster Keaton
Brian Keith
King George V
King George VI
King George VII
King Edward VIII
Eddie Kendrick
Patrick Kennedy, son of John F. & Jackie Kennedy was born prematurely
and died after 2 days. His death was attributed to his mother's smoking
during pregnancy.
Carolina Knapp
Michael Landon
Meyer Lansky
Gypsy Rose Lee
Alan Jay Lerner
Larry Linville
Julie London
Lloyd Mangrum
Nancy Marchand
Roger Maris
Bob Marley
E.G. Marshall
Dean Martin
Kiel Martin
Groucho Marx
Zeppo Marx
Walter Matthau
Doug McClure
Roddy McDowall
Steve McQueen
Wayne McLaren
Audrey Meadows
Melina Mercouri
Robert Mitchum
Claude Monet
Gary Moore
Agnes Moorehead
Henry Morgan
Gary Morton
Johnny Most
Edward Mulhare
Edward R. Murrow
Bob Murphy
Lorenzo Music
Pat Nixon
Susan Oliver
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Patrick O'Neal
Roy Orbison
Jesse Owens
Jean-Louis Palladin
Bruce Paltrow
Robert Palmer
Bert Parks
Jennifer Patterson
George Peppard
Dick Powell
Vincent Price
Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden
Giacomo Puccini
Denver Pyle
Eddie Rabbit
Jason Robards
Stanley Ralph Ross
Anne Ramsey
Aldo Ray
Harry Reasoner
Pee Wee Reese
Jacquelyn Reinach
Lee Remick
R.J. Reynolds
Cal Ripken, Sr., father of Cal Ripken, Jr.
Stan Rogers
Jack Ruby
Patsy Ruff
Babe Ruth
Nora Sayre
Marge Schott
George C. Scott
Vito Scotti
Rod Serling
Delphine Seyrig
Ayatollah Mohammed Mehdi Shamseddine
Robert Shaw
Anne Shirley
Dmitri Shostakovich
Frank Sinatra
Bob H. Smith
Fred "Sonic" Smith
Jack Soo
Olan Soule
Lionel Stander
K.T. Stevens
Woody Stevens
Ed Sullivan
Fabio Taglioni
William Talman
Barb Tarbox
John Thaw
Ross Thomas
Will Thornbury
Gene Tierney
Francot Tone
Spencer Tracy
Forrest Tucker
Sophie Tucker
Lana Turner
Jean Vander Pyl
Jim Varney
Sarah Vaughn
John Wallach
Nancy Walker
John Wayne
Mary Wells
Bert Wheeler
Michael Williams
Tex Williams
Carl Wilson
William Griffith Wilson
Wolfman Jack
George Yennimatas, Greek National Economy Minister
Dick York
A. Coleman Young, Detroit, Michigan's longest-serving mayor
Warren Zevon
Not that it matters much but just a day after I started working on the
list for Wikipedia, Johnny Carson passed away from emphysema. You
know, Carson smoked regularly when he worked on "The Tonight Show." He
apparently, tried to disguise his habit by quickly puffing when the
camera wasn't on him and then hid the cigarette under his desk. I
heard that he also had a clever way to hid the rising smoke by having a
special fan under his desk.
I saw Ed McMahon interviewed on "The New Tom Green Show" on MTV. When
asked about what Carson was up to at the time, McMahon told Green that
he had emphysema because Johnny was a "really bad smoker." McMahon
also pointed out Green's knack of smoking cigarettes during and/or just
after commercial breaks (I assume as a homage to Carson).
For those who care, just before I started working on the list for
Wikipedia, I started another informal page/site concerning celebrity
smoking. I wanted to tie the afordmentioned Tom Green into this with
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Drew_Barrymore_Smokes_Too_Much/
Description Category: Smoking
"'I get through anywhere from two to three packs a day', she declares,
with undeniable relish. 'It's disgusting. It's awful. But I love it!
Ooh I love it. If there could be an alcoholic word for smoking then
that would be me. I'm a smokaholic. Definitely. Marlboros. That's my
brand. It's such a great consistent taste. I love everything about
smoking. I love the it cures my oral fixations. I love that it's
something to do, it's somthing in my hand. I like the smell of it, the
taste of it, I love smoking! I love the first one in the morning, I
love the last one before I go to bed and every one in between. If I
could I would smoke and eat at the same time. Whether it's obsessions
or fixations, this is definitely one of mine. But if it's a fault, then
it's one I take pride in'", GQ Magazine, Apr. '95
Members: 12
Created: Jan 15, 2005
Language: English
http://www.mascotcoalition.org/education/movies/charlies_angels.html
Plus there has never been a King George VII. People on futile crusades often have to invent stuff...
Alan Smithee
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Smoking, drugs, drinking, AIDS.
The list is endless.
m***@gmail.com
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What about Suzanne Pleshette who played on The Birds. She did. Lung cancer from smoking.
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