James Gammon

The gravelly-voiced actor left his mark on stage and television. But it was James Gammon's turn as <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000009" title="Cleveland Indians" href="/topic/sports/baseball/cleveland-indians-ORSPT000009.topic">Cleveland Indians</a> manager Lou Brown in the first two "Major League" films that had people laughing. Gammon died July 16, from cancer. He was 70.
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( Los Angeles Times / March 9, 2009 )

The gravelly-voiced actor left his mark on stage and television. But it was James Gammon's turn as Cleveland Indians manager Lou Brown in the first two "Major League" films that had people laughing. Gammon died July 16, from cancer. He was 70.

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