Farewell to screen king Durning.
The "king of the character actors" passed away at home in New York from natural causes.
He was twice nominated for an Oscar - first for playing a corrupt governor in 1982's The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.
He won his second nod a year later for his turn as a Nazi official in Mel Brooks's To Be Or Not To Be.
In a 50-year career, he also starred in Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, Tootsie and Dog Day Afternoon.
In 2008, decorated Durning - who was among the first US soldiers in the D-Day landings - said he wanted to keep working, adding: "They're going to carry me out if I go."
WAR HERO J Charles Durning