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These points have been made by many experts,  such as Professor Robert J.
Kastenbaum (1932–2013) who was a recognized expert in gerontology, aging, and death; founder and editor of two academic journals in this area (International Journal of Aging and Human Development and Omega: Journal of Death and Dying); founder of the first university-based educational and research center on death and dying (Wayne State University, 1966); and author of several relevant books (e.g., The Psychology of Death (1972); Death, Society and Human Experience (1977); and On Our Way: The Final Passage Through Life and Death (2004)).
Tracy played down his considerable achievements – his advice to fellow actors was “know your lines and don’t bump into the furniture” but he was the ultimate actor’s actor, the model to which many of his peers aspired, proving that it was possible to be a major film star and a great actor at the same time.
In fact, many critics consider Spencer Tracy the greatest movie actor of them all.
One of Hollywood’s most loved actors Spencer Tracy died 50 years ago this week leaving a wonderful legacy of memorable performances in some of Hollywood’s most loved films.
A versatile actor who excelled in a number of genres, Tracy was nominated nine times for the best actor Oscar, a record matched only by Laurence Olivier.
Kübler-Ross' project evolved into a series of seminars which, along with patient interviews and previous research, became the foundation for her book.
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She is the author of Willful Blindness: the Bush Administration and Iraq, a book of her columns from 2002-2004.