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  1. Allan Arbus, the Psychiatrist on TV's 'M*A*S*H,' Dies at 95

    11:20 am 4/23/2013

    A successful fashion photographer who was married to Diane Arbus, he turned to acting in the early 1960s and worked steadily in television and films for decades.Read more

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  2. Marcel Vercoutere, Special Effects Man on 'The Exorcist,' Dies

    11:57 am 4/21/2013

    He built the lifelike robot that stood in for a possessed Linda Blair in the 1973 film.Read more

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  3. Al Neuharth, USA Today Founder, Dies at 89

    5:22 pm 4/19/2013

    The former Gannett head and newspaper innovator championed the hiring women and minorities.Read more

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  4. 'Rockford Files' Star James Garner Dies at 86

    1:29 pm 4/18/2013

    UPDATED: The amiable actor also starred on TV in "Maverick," in such films as "Victor Victoria," "Murphy's Romance" and "Space Cowboys" and in popular Polaroid commercials.Read more

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  5. Former ABC Executive Preston Davis Dies at 63

    2:03 pm 4/17/2013

    He was the first African-American president of any Capital Cities/ABC division in the history of the company.Read more

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  6. 'Star Wars' Actor Richard LeParmentier Dies at 66

    9:11 am 4/17/2013

    His role in the original 1977 blockbuster included a run-in with Darth Vader. Read more

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  7. Pat Summerall Dies at 82

    2:51 pm 4/16/2013

    UPDATE: The NFL broadcasting legend, who worked a record 16 Super Bowls, was recovering from hip surgery.Read more

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  8. 'Leave It to Beaver' Star Frank Bank Dies at 71

    10:04 pm 4/15/2013

    The actor played "Lumpy" on the classic TV series.Read more

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  9. Screenwriter Michael France Dies at 51

    1:47 pm 4/14/2013

    He wrote the story for the James Bond title "Goldeneye" as well as screenplays for Marvel comics superhero adaptations. Read more

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  10. Former Network TV Exec Deanne Barkley Dies at 82

    9:34 am 4/12/2013

    She shepherded telefilms and miniseries at ABC and NBC in the 1970s and helped Ron Howard transition from acting to directing.Read more

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