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  1. Former Navy SEAL, Author Killed at Gun Range

    10:53 am 2/3/2013

    UPDATED: Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was shot and killed at a North Texas shooting range; the soldier's best-selling autobiography, "American Sniper," was picked up last year to go to the big screen with Bradley Cooper at the helm.Read more

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  2. Renowned Music Lawyer David Braun Dies at 81

    12:24 pm 1/29/2013

    He represented Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, George Harrison and Michael Jackson. His son is BermanBraun founding partner Lloyd Braun.Read more

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  3. Producer Lloyd Phillips Dies at 63

    11:51 am 1/28/2013

    He worked on such films as "Twelve Monkeys," "Inglourious Basterds" and the upcoming "Man of Steel."Read more

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  4. Emmy-Winning Set Decorator Leslie Frankenheimer Dies at 64

    9:55 am 1/26/2013

    UPDATE: The wife of prominent entertainment attorney John Frankenheimer, she worked on such shows and films as "Max Headroom," "Carnivale," "Star Trek: Voyager" and "Blade Runner." Read more

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  5. Postproduction Veteran David McCann Dies at 69

    8:45 pm 1/21/2013

    A longtime staffer at ABC and Disney, he worked on such films as “Silkwood,” “The Flamingo Kid” and “Prizzi’s Honor.”Read more

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  6. 'Death Wish' Director Michael Winner Dies at 77

    8:40 am 1/21/2013

    The British filmmaker and restaurant critic died Monday at home in London.Read more

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  7. Robert F. Chew, Who Played 'Prop Joe' on 'The Wire,' Dies at 52

    3:42 pm 1/18/2013

    The Baltimore-based actor also taught acting and helped 22 of his students land roles on the HBO drama.Read more

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  8. Count Billy Varga, Actor and Wrestler, Dies at 94

    9:57 am 1/18/2013

    He appeared in such films as "Raging Bull" and "Oklahoma Crude" and grappled with Herman on TV's "The Munsters."Read more

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  9. 'Dear Abby' Creator Pauline Phillips Dies at 94

    11:42 am 1/17/2013

    The columnist who at one time had a worldwide readership of 100 million was suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Read more

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