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Tracey Kominowski-Lecle rc Sat, 17 Mar '18
Tried to Register to your site, but the results were basically that the site is no longer I wrong? I’d love to research my favourite comedian...being a Canadian, John Candy is an inspiration to those who otherwise-fit in a stereo-typed Hollywood, but he broke through those and left us with movies that will never forget...they are timeless....

Dario Valeri from Italy Sun, 4 Mar '18
24 years after your disappearance, the memory remains as strong as your wonderful films with which I grew up. With affection! Dario from Italy

Bigfella601 Sat, 3 Mar '18
Hi John we're watching Uncle Buck as I type.
You should see the toast, I couldn't get it through the door!!!
Love ya UB

Michael Hoyt Fri, 23 Feb '18
You're the greatest John. You have the heart and soul of a true Gentleman with the kindness and integrity rarely seen. You made our world smile and for that, I am eternally grateful.

George Charnie Jr Mon, 19 Feb '18
John Candy is my all time favorite entertainer
I can watch any JC movie any time. His legacy lives through the people he makes smile, laugh and enjoy his humor. Thank God for John Candy !

G.E . Hart Sun, 11 Feb '18
I never had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Candy but I cried the day he passed away.I'm not sure why it hit me so hard, but he had always been a favorite of mine and always came off as a kind and good hearted man in public appearances. It made me happy to see a nice fellow doing well in the business, you hear so many stories about more mean spirited fellows making it big. I liked to see the "nice guy" finish FIRST for a change. I miss him on screen. Rest In Peace.

Julia Fernandez Sun, 11 Feb '18
I love Mr. Candy very much, enjoyed his movies. I never get tired of watching The Great Outdoors, I laugh like crazy. Love you! R.I.P.

Nick Sun, 11 Feb '18
You are missed!

Jeffrey brill Fri, 9 Feb '18
I love mr. Candy and he is my idol. He makes me laugh with movies all time and my favorite one is "uncle Buck"! I still think about him up in heaven.

Don Downing Sun, 28 Jan '18
Been a fan of John's since the SCTV days. Saw him on an episode of Police Surgeon. Hope that you can include some info on Radio Kandy. Thanks and take care!

Hal Emmerich Thu, 4 Jan '18
Good evening: Not long ago I began to be interested in John's performance. I had previously seen Uncle Buck and Home Alone. I just watched tonight: Planes, Trains and Automobiles and I think it's wonderful. I would have always liked to have a friend like him! I just saw on wikipedia that he died more than 20 years ago and I almost cried. I want to think that in real life it was like in his films: a funny and good man

Rick Loesch Sun, 31 Dec '17
I loved Uncle Buck and Tom Tuttle of Tacoma as well as all things John Candy

Ørjan Norwegian Sat, 23 Dec '17
John was a definite part of my childhood. I really love him in Brewsters millionaire and Uncle Buck.

R.I.P big man

Scott Linder Wed, 6 Dec '17
I was a teenager when John Candy held court in a brilliant Second City cast. I miss Johnny LaRue and all of his other great characters. He was gone too soon... but his is a life well lived, and he is remembered and loved by many, many people for having brought happiness and laughter to their lives. Not many can make such a claim.

Larry Hughey Thu, 23 Nov '17
Just watched planes, trains and automobiles on Thanksgiving 2017. I forgot how funny this movie is. I laughed until I cried. Two comedy genius legends together.

Mary Wed, 22 Nov '17
We have watched all of his movies..And watching one right know The Great Outdoors.... He was fantastic....

Annie Sun, 19 Nov '17
I think John Candy is one of the funniest actors ever.

Bigfella601 Sun, 12 Nov '17
My wife and I are having a John Candy marathon tonight. Home Alone and now PTA.
I'm still a million bucks shy of being a millionaire!!!!

Steve C Tue, 31 Oct '17
I met John Candy briefly when he appeared at a National Association of Broadcasters convention hospitality suite in the mid-late 1980's -- I don't remember the exact year. It was in Las Vegas. The suite and his appearance was sponsored by some new entertainment network -- don't remember the name of that either (it's not around anymore). He was signing autographs and there was a photographer. He took a photo with me but I never followed up to get the photo, and now the sponsoring business is gone. I do have his autograph. He signed it "Steve, thanks for the acting lessons! John Candy." I miss him and his TV and movie appearances.

Rachel C Sat, 28 Oct '17
I always smile when I see a John Candy movie on and I always stop and watch. The smile on his face at the end of Uncle Buck and Planes, Trains and Automobiles always makes me cry. Such a great loss when he passed.

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