Would A Kidney Cleanse Save Ernest Borgnine at Age 95?

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Ernest Borgnine passed away on Sunday due to kidney failure. SolarCigarette.com pays tribute to the wonderful career of one of the finest actors Hollywood has ever seen.

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I wouldn't trade those 10 years for anything," he said in 1956. "The Navy taught me a lot of things. It molded me as a man, and I made a lot of wonderful friends.

Hollywood lost another icon yesterday with the loss of Ernest Borgnine who passed away at age 95 due to renal failure.See what other celebrities are cheating death. Many fans both young and old will remember Borgnine for his role in "Mchales Navy" back in the 50's but many of the younger generation will remember his role as Dominic Santini from the hit 80's show "Airwolf".

Many clients who are using the Solar Cigarette remember the impact that Ernest Borgnine had on the "Baby Boomer" generation and how he became beloved by his loyal fans. Ernest Borgnine was best known for his role as the villain Fatso Judson who beat up Frank Sinatra in the hit movie “From Here to Eternity.”

"Ernest Borgnine, the beefy screen star known for blustery, often villainous roles, but who won the best-actor Oscar for playing against type as a lovesick butcher in “Marty” in 1955, died Sunday. He was 95.
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A representative of SolarCigarette.com states that Ernest Borgnine was an exceptional actor who really played every character with his whole heart and sole which is why he become so popular not only among his fans but for up and coming actors as well. Could there be financial hardship for his family he left behind?

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