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Tinky Winky Actor From 'Teletubbies' Froze To Death Alone After His Birthday

More tragic news form the family of the actor of beloved children's show, The Teletubbies, as the circumstances of his death were revealed. Simon Shelton Barnes, who famously played one of the four colorful characters on the hit children's TV show, was recently found dead in suspicious circumstances early this week. Barnes was notable for playing Tinky Winky, the purple Teletubby that so many kids grew up watching. Daily MailHis family were devastated when they found out about his passing, especially since he had turned 52-years-old only 4 days earlier. The father of three received an outpouring of tributes, from

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11 Movie Moments From The 90s That Still Make Us Cry

When we were young, we weren't ashamed to be totally heartbroken over the fate of our favorite cartoon characters. Now, as adults, we're still heartbroken but just a little ashamed about it.We were so unprepared to deal with the wave of emotions these 11 scenes brought on. And let's be honest, we probably always will be. Grab a tissue!1. The Iron GiantWarner Bros.Knowing that Vin Diesel is the voice behind this 50-foot-tall metal robot from outer space just makes it even more strange when we get all sad and weepy about him at the end of the

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One Of The Saddest Scenes In 'Titanic' Was Improvised, And The Story Is Totally Heartbreaking

With Titanic back in theaters this month, it's worth reflecting on why we still love this movie so much after 20 years.Part of its appeal is that we manage to discover something new in the film each time we watch it. In the past, we shared the incredible true love story behind the couple lying on a bed as the boat sinks, and recently Kate Winslet spilled the beans about the actor who almost played Jack.Paramount PicturesBut it turns out there was a touching real life story hiding in one of the movie's smallest scenes. The surprising story

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The Story Behind The Saddest "Fresh Prince" Scene Is Not What You Think

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was one of our favorite shows while growing up in the 90s. For six seasons, Will Smith and the rest of the hilarious cast made us laugh week after week with their shenanigans, but they also got our lives flipped-turned upside down whenever they addressed serious topics. The show wasn't afraid to tackle issues like drugs, sex, drunk driving, sexism, racism, and violence to teach us an important lesson or two about life. Some of the episodes even made us cry. Let's refresh our memories:There was the time Uncle Phil told Will about the