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  1. 'Mary Poppins' Choreographer Marc Breaux Dies at 89

    11:43 am 11/22/2013

    With his wife Dee Dee Wood, he also worked on "The Sound of Music," "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" and the legendary TV variety show "The Hollywood Palace."Read more

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  2. Mickey Knox, Actor and Sergio Leone Writer, Dies at 92

    4:39 pm 11/20/2013

    Norman Mailer’s onetime brother-in-law started out as an actor and appeared in such films as "Knock on Any Door" and "The Godfather: Part III."Read more

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  3. Walt Disney's Daughter, Diane Disney Miller, Dies at 79

    3:15 pm 11/19/2013

    She was instrumental in keeping architect Frank Gehry on the job for the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles. Read more

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  4. Producer Michael Kagan Dies at 87

    11:16 am 11/18/2013

    The head of production for Cannon Films in the 1980s, he produced such films as “Death Wish 3,” “Superman IV: The Quest for Peace” and “The Jungle Book.”Read more

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  5. Sheila Mathews Allen, Widow of Producer Irwin Allen, Dies at 84

    8:49 am 11/18/2013

    An actress and singer, she guided his production company on such properties as "Lost in Space" and "Poseidon" after his death.Read more

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  6. Screenwriting Guru Syd Field Dies at 77

    7:11 am 11/18/2013

    The influential author and teacher had worked as a script consultant for 20th Century Fox, Disney, Universal and TriStar Pictures.Read more

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  7. Character Actor Al Ruscio Dies at 89

    2:08 pm 11/14/2013

    He appeared in scores of TV shows and films, including “Seinfeld,” “Life Goes On,” “Showgirls” and “The Godfather: Part III.”Read more

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  8. Renowned Casting Director Marvin Paige Dies

    6:29 pm 11/13/2013

    He worked on the films “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “Take the Money and Run” and “Star Trek: The Motion Picture” and the daytime soap “General Hospital.”Read more

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  9. 'I Love Lucy' Actress Shirley Mitchell Dies at 94

    2:11 pm 11/13/2013

    She played Lucille Ball’s cackling pal Marion Strong and was believed to be the last surviving adult castmember from the classic CBS sitcom.Read more

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  10. Danny Zarem, Pioneering NYC Fashion Retailer, Dies at 86

    10:45 am 11/12/2013

    He outfitted Steve McQueen for one of the most stylish films ever, the 1968 heist classic “The Thomas Crown Affair.”Read more

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