Condolence & Memory Journal

I loved Anthony Quinns lust for life. He had an energy that never left him. I wish he was still here. Id love to hear him talk about his experiences throughout his life. He was larger than life. I dont know what triggered my recent interest in him, but I wanted to read how his life changed after his move to Bristol. And was he happy at the end of his life. I will always think of him fondly. He was such a talented man. God Bless Tony!!!

Posted by Ele Cap - Weymouth, MA - acquaintance   May 14, 2020

I had the pleasure of meeting Anthony Quinn one day on Federal Hill he was undoubtedly a tremendous actor and quite a gentleman

Posted by Carl Palmisciano - North kingstown, RI - friend   January 01, 2020

Wonderful Actor, never to be forgotten!

Posted by Marcelle Champagne - Auburn, MA - friend   May 15, 2019

My most memorable occasion while dining with my family at the Lobster Pot ..Bristol Rhode husband noticed that Mr Quinn was dining there too, he went over to his table ..introduced himself ..Mr Quinn was gracious, engaged in conversation, came over to our table and continued the conversation with my family....a class act ...genuine ...down to earth kind of it is 2017 ...still talking about it.....a night to remember....

Posted by Barbara Varone - Newport, RI - Acquaintance   November 19, 2017


I saw most of Anthony Quinn's movies while growing up. He was an exceptional actor, one of the greats.
I loved all of his films.
I saw him in the play 'Zorba the Greek', his acting held me spellbound.
He WAS Zorba.. fantastic man..

Posted by Angela - Brooklyn N.Y.   September 23, 2009