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  1. John Candy - Wikipedia

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    John Franklin Candy (October 31, 1950 – March 4, 1994) was a Canadian actor and comedian known mainly for his work in Hollywood films.

    • Biography

      Candy was born on October 31, 1950, in Newmarket, Ontario....

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      Candy's funeral was held at St. Martin of Tours Catholic...

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      Canadian Bacon is a 1995 American-Canadian comedy film...

  2. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John Candy (October 31, 1950 – March 4, 1994) was a Canadian actor. He is known for his comic roles in many movies and television series.

  3. John Candy (RAF officer) - Wikipedia

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    John Geoffrey Sadler Candy, DFC (19 February 1897 – 11 May 1955) was a British aviator, military officer, and flying ace credited with six aerial victories during the First World War. He transferred to the Royal Air Force in 1919, and retired in 1937, but was recalled to serve throughout the Second World War, retiring permanently in 1946.

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    Early life and career

    Candy was born in 1950 in New­mar­ket, On­tario. The son of Sid­ney James Candy and Evan­ge­line (Aker) Candy, he was brought up in a work­ing-class Roman Catholic fam­ily. Candy's fa­ther was of Eng­lish and Scot­tish de­scent,[citation needed] while his mother was of Pol­ish and Ukrain­ian de­scent.[citation needed] Candy stud­ied at Neil Mc­Neil Catholic High School, later en­rolled in the Cen­ten­nial Com­mu­nity Col­lege to study jour­nal­ism, and went to Mc­Mas­ter Uni­ver­sity for high...

    1980s career

    Among Candy's SCTV char­ac­ters were un­scrupu­lous street-beat TV per­son­al­ity Johnny LaRue, 3-D hor­ror au­teur Doc­tor Tongue, syco­phan­tic and eas­ily amused talk-show side­kick William B. Williams, and Mel­onville's cor­rupt Mayor Tommy Shanks. Other char­ac­ters in­cluded the cheer­ful Leu­ton­ian clar­inetist Yosh Shmenge, who was half of the Happy Wan­der­ers and the sub­ject of the mock­u­men­tary The Last Polka, folksy fishin' mu­si­cian Gil Fisher, hand­some if ac­cent-chal­leng...

    Later years and death

    In the early 1990s, Candy's ca­reer went into de­cline after he ap­peared in a string of crit­i­cal and com­mer­cial fail­ures, in­clud­ing Noth­ing but Trou­ble (for which he was nom­i­nated for a Razzie as "worst sup­port­ing ac­tress", play­ing a woman), Deliri­ous, and Once Upon a Crime, al­though he did ap­pear in major suc­cesses such as Rookie of the Year (un­cred­ited), The Res­cuers Down Under, Home Alone, and Cool Run­nings. Candy at­tempted to rein­vig­o­rate his act­ing ca­reer by...

    Candy's fu­neral was held at St. Mar­tin of Tours Catholic Church in Los An­ge­les. Candy was en­tombed in the mau­soleum at Holy Cross Ceme­tery in Cul­ver City, Cal­i­for­nia. His crypt lies just above fel­low actor Fred Mac­Mur­ray. On March 18, 1994, a spe­cial memo­r­ial ser­vice for Candy, pro­duced by his for­mer im­proviza­tion troupe, the Sec­ond City, was broad­cast across Canada. Wag­ons East! was com­pleted using a stunt dou­ble and spe­cial ef­fects and re­leased five months after Candy's death. His final com­pleted film was Cana­dian Bacon, a satir­i­cal com­edy by Michael Moore that was re­leased a year after Candy's death. Candy played Amer­i­can sher­iff Bud Boomer, who led an "in­va­sion" of Canada. Candy recorded a voice for the TV film The Magic 7 in the early 1990s. The film re­mained in pro­duc­tion for years due to an­i­ma­tion dif­fi­cul­ties and pro­duc­tion de­lays, and it was shelved. Candy was in­ducted into Canada's Walk of Fame. In May 2006, Candy be­ca...

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  4. John Candy – Wikipedia

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    John Candy John Franklin Candy (31. lokakuuta 1950 Newmarket, Ontario – 4. maaliskuuta 1994 Durango, Meksiko) oli kanadalaissyntyinen näyttelijä. Hän oli erikoistunut koomisiin rooleihin: epäonnisiin ja kömpelöihin, mutta rakastettaviin hahmoihin.

  5. John Candy - Wikipedia

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    John Candy De la Wikipedia, enciclopedia liberă John Candy (născut John Franklin Candy la 31 octombrie 1950 — d. 4 martie 1994) a fost un actor canadian de film.

  6. John Candy – Wikipedia

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    John Franklin Candy, född 31 oktober 1950 i Newmarket, Ontario, död 4 mars 1994 i Durango, Mexiko, var en kanadensisk skådespelare, manusförfattare och komiker.

  7. John Candy – Wikipedie

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    John Candy John Franklin Candy (* 31. října 1950, Newmarket, Ontario, Kanada – 4. března 1994, Durango, Durango, Mexiko) byl kanadský filmový herec.

  8. Uncle Buck - Wikipedia

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    Uncle Buck is a 1989 American comedy film directed by John Hughes and written by Hughes. Starring John Candy and Amy Madigan, the film tells the story of a bachelor and all-around-slob named Uncle Buck, who babysits his brother's rebellious teenage daughter and her younger brother and sister.

  9. John Candy – Wikipédia

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    John Candy A Wikipédiából, a szabad enciklopédiából John Candy (Newmarket, Ontario, 1950. október 31. – Durango, Mexikó, 1994. március 4.) kanadai filmszínész, szinte kizárólag vígjátékokból ismert.