This is a sad day for pop culture historians, with Montalban following McGoohan so closely into the grave. MSN's homepage, as might have been guessed, identifies Montalban with "Mr. Roarke," and many people will remember him that way, while others may recall him primarily as "Khan!!!" Others still, hopefully not just older folks, may recall a decent run of roles he had at MGM in the late 1940s, from the bullfighter's son who'd rather be a concert pianist in the eccentric Fiesta to the grunt fighting alongside the late Van Johnson in William Wellman's Battleground to the Mexican cop going undercover as an illegal immigrant in Anthony Mann's tough gem Border Incident. And others yet will be able to cite more than I can, while another cohort altogether may know him mostly as the guy in the flying wheelchair in that one Spy Kids movie. Combine all these accounts and you have a persistent and diverse career that transcended the "Latin Lover" stereotype that prevailed when he was breaking in. The more of his older films I see, the better I like the man's work. I hope Turner Classic Movies gives us an opportunity soon to see more.