Fans Remember John Candy On The 26th Anniversary Of His Death

Beloved comedian and father John Candy passed away 26-years ago on March 4th, 1994.

John Candy is best known for his work in a plethora of iconic comedy films.

Planes, Trains and Automobiles, Uncle Buck and Home Alone are considered just a few of his most standout.

Now, 26-years later, fans are remembering the comedian and the joy he brought to the big screen.

Twitter users were talking about their favorite John Candy classic movies.

I think Uncle Buck is my fav, too!

Speaking of "Uncle Buck," this video of Macaulay Culkin and John from 1989 has been going viral.

Awe, baby Macaulay !

The magic of John Candy was that he wasn't *just* a standout comedian. He could deliver heart ~and~ humor.

Take this iconic scene from Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

The Pinball Clemons Foundation paid tribute to John with this touching video.

The actor was part owner of the CFL team the Toronto Argonauts in the 90s.

Other emotional tributes included one from his daughter, Jennifer Candy.

She shared a series of sweet photos of her and her dad.

BRB, going to go watch "Uncle Buck" now.

We miss you, John!

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