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  • R.I.P. Zelda Rubinstein

    Zelda Rubinstein passed away today. She was 76.
    She was best known as the psychic in the Poltergeist films.

    She was an advocate for little people and an early activist in the fight against the A.I.D.S. virus.

    She will be missed.


    Zelda Rubinstein, who played psychic in 'Poltergeist,' dies at 76 - latimes.com

    Here are some clips of the role she was best known for.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q616brD5APg"]YouTube - It knows what scares you.[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABPUZtLVL1w"]YouTube - It is the Beast.[/ame]
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    Re: R.I.P. Zelda Rubinstein

    Thank you for posting this. RIP Zelda
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      RIP...I only remember her as the women playing the Organ in Sixteen Candles..am I right or wrong about that?
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        Originally posted by cositaluvsmickey View Post
        RIP...I only remember her as the women playing the Organ in Sixteen Candles..am I right or wrong about that?
        "Just a little bit" - one of my favorite lines from that movie. Yes, it was her.
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          Whooo, I can sleep though the night again.... as a kid she terrified me in Poltergeist

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            She was a regular for years at the restaurant owned by a former boyfriend of mine. Such a wonderful, warm lady, a true friendly spirit.
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              awww, sadness...Poltergeist was one of the earliest horror movies i remember seeing at young age and ruined clowns for me for the rest of my life...i love the movie and loved Zelda in that as well as her role in Sixteen Candles, i hope she rests in peace
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                Re: R.I.P. Zelda Rubinstein

                I loved Zelda in "Picket Fences," which started my love affair with David E. Kelley television shows. She played Ginny, the police dispatcher for the town. Great show, very much underrated and under appreciated.
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                  Picket Fences was a great show

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                    I loved her in Teen Witch!

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                      I was fortunate to work beside her on an episode of "Mr. Belvedere." She was a wonderful character and incredibly sweet. I always enjoyed her work.

                      RIP Zelda... you will be missed.
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