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  1. 'Hogan's Heroes' Actress Cynthia Lynn Dies at 76

    6:47 pm 3/11/2014

    The actress also had roles in "Mission: Impossible" and "The Odd Couple."Read more

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  2. Veteran Radio Exec Jack Roberts Dies at 62

    11:20 am 3/11/2014

    He most recently served as executive producer for CRN Digital Talk Radio Network.Read more

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  3. Hollywood Publicist John Blanchette Dies at 68

    5:21 pm 3/10/2014

    His clients included Bob Hope, Cary Grant, Debbie Reynolds, the Hollywood Wax Museum and, for the past three decades, Zsa Zsa Gabor.Read more

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  4. 'Band of Brothers' Veteran William Guarnere Dead at 90

    5:27 pm 3/9/2014

    He was one of the World War II veterans whose exploits were dramatized in the HBO miniseries.Read more

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  5. Scott Kalvert, 'Basketball Diaries' Director, Dies at 49

    5:15 pm 3/7/2014

    The filmmaker's death is being investigated as a possible suicide by the L.A. Coroner's Office.Read more

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  6. 'Honeymooners' Star Sheila MacRae Dies

    4:15 pm 3/7/2014

    The actress starred as Alice in a later version of the Jackie Gleason comedy. She had a popular nightclub act with her husband, "Oklahoma!" star Gordon MacRae, before their divorce.Read more

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  7. French Filmmaker Jean-Louis Bertuccelli Dies at 71

    3:44 pm 3/7/2014

    The "Ramparts of Clay" director passed away unexpectedly in Paris. Read more

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  8. Bill McLaughlin Dies: CBS News Veteran Dead at 76

    3:26 pm 3/7/2014

    The TV journalist was known for his oversees reporting, including coverage of the Vietnam War and the terror attacks at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. Read more

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  9. Hank Rieger, Former President of the TV Academy, Dies at 95

    1:17 pm 3/7/2014

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  10. Don Safran, Screenwriter, Producer and Marketing Exec, Dies at 84

    12:55 pm 3/7/2014

    A former journalist who wrote for THR, he worked on such films as "Peggy Sue Got Married" and "Steel Magnolias" with frequent collaborator Ray Stark, the independent film legend.Read more

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