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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by Todd Terwilliger, Sep 14, 2003.
I just heard this sad news:
I've only seen a couple episodes of Sealab (I'm trying to rectify that though, great show), and Capt. Murphy is definately one of the high points.
RIP Mr. Goz.
I just found out about this watching Cartoon Network. Sad news, indeed. Anyoen know what they're doing with the show?
Damn. This hasn't been a good week to be an entertainer, has it? I hope he can finally get his Adrienne BarbeauBots and Mingus Dew.
What a crappy, crappy few days.
R.I.P. Harry. You will be missed.
I'll host a feast of Alvis and drink a few for him this weekend.
Incredibly sad news indeed. My friends and I have come to love SeaLab. Many slow days at the office have seen us zinging SeaLab quotes back and forth via e-mail. Murphy always had the best lines. "Mustache on or off... Too bad!"
As I was looking around IMDB a few minutes ago, I was greatly surprised to see that Harry had the role of Molokov in the Broadway performance of "Chess", a particular favorite of mine. I can't believe I had the pleasure of seeing him perform. I'll have to go home and check out the recording tonight so I can hear Capt. Murphy sing.
Yeah, I saw the announcement on AS yesterday as well. Sad news especially with the passing of Johnny Cash and John Ritter.
Rest in peace, fignuts.
I have noticed that the new voice for Capt. Murphy is very similar. Did Harry Goz have a son? and if so, I wonder if he took over. Ill have to pop on an episode on the tivo and read the credits. (not too often I do that)
According to TV Tomb, the character Tornado Shanks is indeed played by Harry Goz's son, Michael Goz. He probably played his father character for the few remaining episodes of that season. Sad he gone but at least his family legecy continues on.
Unfortunately, all the Shanks character has done for me so far is remind me what a great character Captain Murphy was and how brilliantly the late Mr. Goz added life to him.