Shaky Sutherland At Death's Door!
Globe|September 30, 2019
Pals fear for star after multiple health woes

SCREEN legend Donald Sutherland is on his last legs, friends fear after the 84-year-old actor was spotted looking shaky and exhausted at the prestigious Venice Film Festival.

The M*A*S*H movie star needed assistance to get up from his seat and had to be aided when he exited one of the city’s famed canal boats!

“Donald has been looking very frail and very tired,” says a pal.

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