March 27, 2020
Where Hitler failed, Coronavirus will deliver.
Mark Blum, a veteran stage actor known for films including “Desperately Seeking Susan” and “Crocodile Dundee,” has died due to complications from Covid-19, according to a statement released by the Screen Actors Guild.
Blum was 69.
Though he was perhaps best known for the 1985 film “Desperately Seeking Susan,” in which he starred alongside Madonna and Rosanna Arquette, he most recently appeared in supporting TV roles on the HBO series “Succession,” the Netflix drama “You” and Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle.”
He was a staple in the New York theater community, frequently appearing on Broadway, including the revival of “Twelve Angry Men,” though he appeared off Broadway much more often.
Blum was a regular player with Playwrights Horizons, an off-Broadway theater in New York. The company remembered him on Twitter.
I always said that Crocodile Dundee would have been a better film if it had been about Dundee using crocodiles to exterminate Jews, which is probably the only method the Nazis didn’t use during the Holocaust due to the inaccessibility of crocodiles in Germany in the 1940s.
In the film, the Jew played the love interest of the female character.
But then the Aryan master race crocodile man was like “alright love, how about you and me head out beyond the shed for a root?”
It’s such sweet irony that this Jew is now dead.
One thing I will tell you however is that as great as Crocodile Dundee is, it is nothing compared to Crocodile Dundee 2, where the big man hits the Big Apple.
There is even Illuminati symbolism for 911 in the poster.
I love Illuminati symbolism almost as much as I love movies about crocodile hunters.
In this movie, crocodiles get loose in the big apple and Dundee joins a black gang.
The whole thing is on YouTube.
The 1990s movies with sequels set in New York were the best things ever.
Short Circuit 2 was especially epic, because like Dundee, he joined a black gang.
Home Alone 2 would have been better if Kevin had joined a black gang.