Bruce Lee – Game of Death
Bruce Lee was midway into production with “Game of Death”, when he was called away to star in “Enter the Dragon” (1973.) After completing “Dragon”, he intended to finish “Death”. Instead, he was found dead with actress Betty Ting Pei from the drug Equagesic (containing meprobamate.) This caused cerebral edema (brain swelling.) Fans insist Lee was killed by rival martial arts leaders for teaching his style of fighting to non-Asians. “Game of Death” was completed in 1978, using a lookalike actor.
Brandon Lee – The Crow
Son of Bruce Lee, Brandon was following in his father’s footsteps. He had already had success with “Rapid Fire” (1992.) “The Crow”, a dark, goth, revenge drama would make him a star. Fate would step in, however, when a .44 Magnum revolver was loaded with real bullets instead of blanks during filming. Brandon Lee was fatally shot on March 31, 1993. “The Crow” was finished with doubles and digitally-altered images. [Note: In “Game of Death”, Lee’s character is shot while filming a scene for a movie.]
John Wayne – The Shootist
Western star John Wayne stars as J.B. Books – a gunfighter/former Marshall, who has only weeks to live. A sad and poignant end to a distinguished career. Wayne died three years later from cancer – probably contracted from radioactive soil near St. George, Utah, while filming “The Conqueror” (1956.)
Richard Burton – 1984
Richard Burton’s best film in years as “O’Brien”, the man who held your worst fears in Room 101. [Based on George Orwell’s classic novel.] Amazingly, he was nominated seven times for an Academy Award, yet never won. Cause of death: cerebral hemorrhage on August 5, 1984.
Montgomery Clift – The Defector
Montgomery Clift starred in this low-budget, cold-war drama only to prove to Warner Brothers he could still function well enough to perform with Elizabeth Taylor in “Reflections in a Golden Eye” (1967.) Unfortunately, he died soon after filming from a heart attack. (Clift had been having health problems for ten years following a near fatal car accident.) Marlon Brando replaced him in “Reflections in a Golden Eye”.
Edward G. Robinson – Soylent Green
Edward G. Robinson (deaf and terminally ill) knew he was dying from cancer and used it to great effect in his grand finale with star Charlton Heston. Robinson would win an Honorary Oscar, posthumously, that same year. (1973.)
Alfred Hitchcock – Family Plot
Director Alfred Hitchcock became world famous for his suspense thrillers: “Psycho”, “Vertigo”, “Frenzy”, “The Birds”, “North by Northwest,” and “The Man Who Knew Too Much”. Likewise, his celebrity grew through his film cameos. Additionally, he introduced every episode of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” (1955-1965.) His last cameo was as a silhouette. Hitchcock died in 1980 from kidney failure.
Heath Ledger – The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Director-writer Terry Gilliam’s over-the-top ode to the Illuminati: complete with the death of its star, Heath Ledger. On January 22, 2008, Ledger was found not breathing in his apartment. First to be contacted was his girlfriend, Mary-Kate Olsen, and then later 9-1-1. Eventual cause of death was discovered to be a lethal combination of drugs. Ledger’s doctors were cleared of wrongdoing. Olsen refused to speak with police unless granted immunity. Ledger was replaced with three different actors: Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell.
Kim Novak – Liebestraum
Actress Kim Novak is still very much alive, but she has vowed that “Liebestraum” will be her swansong, stating that her best scene was cut. The movie is a “Twin Peaks”-like mystery without the mastery of David Lynch. (Mike Figgis directed.) Maybe, that’s why it wasn’t a hit. Still, Miss Novak is always worth watching and she’s excellent in it.
Brittany Murphy – Deadline
The pictures say it all, don’t they? On December 20, 2009, Brittany Murphy was found collapsed in her shower. She had been suffering from ill health recently and the cause of death was attributed to “pneumonia, anemia, and multiple drugs.” Strangely enough, her husband Simon Monjack died on May 23, 2010 from pneumonia and anemia. Police blamed “mold”, then later recanted. Murphy’s father paid for his own analysis and said she’d been poisoned.
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The official cause of death for director Stanley Kubrick was a heart attack while he slept. What arouses suspicion? The timing of his death: a mere three days after screening “Eyes Wide Shut” for Warner Brothers executives who wanted drastic cuts. Kubrick refused. Final cut was written in his contract.
The “Eyes Wide Shut” DVD. There are three interviews with Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman and Steven Spielberg. Cruise is asked what was the first thing he thought when he heard of Kubrick’s death. Answer: “I wondered what would happen to the movie.” Kidman cries, saying, his death didn’t seem like it was real or that it was the right time. The big question: What is Spielberg doing there? Answer: He was brought in to make the cuts Kubrick refused.
What was removed from “Eyes Wide Shut”?
A. Nicole Kidman (as Alice Hartford) has a sexual encounter with Sandor Szavost during the first party sequence. (This is made clear by the song which follows: “Baby Did a Bad Thing”.)
B. The Victor Zeigler character (based on Zbigniew Brzezinski) is having an affair with Alice.
C. Alice’s dream sequence. (“Alice in Wonderland”, get it?) She is a victim of MK-Ultra monarch mind control. (A very real technique used by the CIA.) This is hinted at in the film’s conclusion – the Barbie doll with wings.
D. Muddled ending, but it seems that Bill and Alice’s young daughter is the next to be used by the Illuminati. Is she being kidnapped, while Alice distracts Bill by offering him sex?
Altogether, about a half hour of footage was removed. Still, enough remains to expose a secret society that silently runs the world.
Note: Kubrick bases the “Nick Nightingale” character on himself – an entertainer brought in to these Illuminati functions, yet left on the fringes. (And presumably killed at the end.)
It can be argued that Stanley Kubrick was no longer young when he died. (Age 70.) This still doesn’t answer why Warner Brothers would edit his last movie. Wouldn’t they want a pure, director’s cut for the DVD? It also doesn’t answer why his family and Cruise/Kidman refuse to answer questions about the original cut.
There are two different versions to the bizarre circumstances of actress Brittany Murphy’s death at the age of 32.
The MSM version: December 2009. Ms. Murphy is fired from a movie for bad behavior. She is reported to be drastically underweight – possibly anorexic and on drugs. (Unproven.) Dec. 20. An ill Murphy passes out in the shower and is discovered by her mother, who calls 9-1-1. She is rushed to the hospital where she dies two hours later from a heart attack. Official cause of death: pneumonia, anemia and a bad combination of over-the-counter drugs.
Angelo Bertololotti (Brittany’s father) conducts a toxicology test on his daughter’s hair and finds extreme amounts of toxic material, possibly from rat poison.
Additionally, Ms. Murphy’s husband Simon Monjack dies five months later from the exact same thing.
Backstory. Brittany M. had befriended a border patrol agent named Julia Davis who was being prosecuted by the Dept. of Homeland Security. Ms. Davis had reported major breaches from terrorists on the U.S.-Mexican border. The DHS decided to ruin Davis for exposing them. B. Murphy helped Davis with income and legal aid. Ms. Davis eventually won her case in court. In the last months of Brittany’s life, she and her husband believed they were being followed and thought their phone was tapped.
In her final movie “Something Wicked”, she appears noticeably ill. Was death the price she paid for going against the government’s open border policy?
Los Angleles, CA. September 28, 2015. Cathriona White (known as Jim Carrey’s girlfriend) is found dead in her home, presumably from suicide. She is 28 years old. Pills are found on a bedside table with a suicide note for Carrey. It reads: “Jim, I love you. Please forgive me. I’m not for this world.” Also, she had left a last goodbye on her Twitter account on the 24th. (I don’t believe she wrote either. It all seems staged. And why leave the note to someone you just broke up with?)
Jim Carrey issued the following statement: “I am shocked and deeply saddened by the passing of my sweet Cathriona. She was a truly kind and delicate Irish flower, too sensitive for this soil, to whom loving and being loved was all that sparkled. We have all been hit by a lightning bolt.” (A Satanic reference.)
Anyone who has seen Jim Carrey in recent years will notice changes.
It is evident that Jim Carrey is involved in the occult, i.e., Satanism. “The Number 23” film predicts he will kill his girlfriend. On SNL, he appears as Baphomet aka the devil. “In Living Color” the all-seeing eye watches from the background. On the “Jimmy Kimmel Show”, he openly mocks the Illuminati as the “Illuminutty” and the “all-mocking tongue.”
Leading up to Ms. White death, there had been odd posts sent by Carrey.
A photo of him giving the middle finger to a bunch of dead flowers. (He refers to her as a “flower”.) Or the photo of him saying the sun will never shine without him.
Did Cathriona know too much about Carrey and his involvement with the Illuminati? Did she tell the wrong person something about him? Was she be about to go public and reveal who the real Jim Carrey is?
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