Poor Richard Bright (pot-bellied button-man Al Neri to Al Pacino’s Michael Corleone) was run over by a bus on Columbus Avenue and killed. He was a Texas con artist who stole a black briefcase full of cash from Ali McGraw in The Getaway, and then was elbowed in the face three times by Steve McQueen. I’ll never forget his portrayal of a gay guy who was left by Tom Berenger in Looking for Mr. Goodbar, and wailed as Berenger walked away, “Doohhnnn’t go!” He was “Burt” to Harry Dean Stanton’s “Curt” in Rancho Deluxe. He was one of the goons waiting for Laurence Olivier at Kennedy airport in Marathon Man who chuckled when Olivier looked at the Americans going to and fro in the terminal and said, “They always thought God was on their side…now, I think, they are not so sure.” And we all remember that moment when Pacino hugged John Cazale at the end of The Godfather, Part II, and the ice-cold look he gave Bright at that moment.