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  1. Singer-Actor Tony Martin Dies at 98

    12:31 pm 7/30/2012

    UPDATED: One of the last big stars from Hollywood's golden age of musicals, he was married to Cyd Charisse for 60 years and enjoyed a long career as a recording artist after breaking into movies in the mid-1930sRead more

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  2. Character Actor Norman Alden Dies at 87

    7:44 pm 7/29/2012

    Amazingly busy through five decades, he was the voice of Aquaman and appeared in "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," "Semi-Tough," "Back to the Future" and "Ed Wood."Read more

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  3. Mexican-American Actress Lupe Ontiveros Dies at 69

    11:09 am 7/27/2012

    She appeared in “Selena,” “The Goonies,” “Desperate Housewives” and “Chuck & Buck.”Read more

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  4. Conrade Gamble II, Veteran Stuntman, Dies at 45

    12:25 pm 7/26/2012

    He worked on “The Amazing Spider-Man,” “Mission: Impossible III,” “The Green Hornet” and “24.”Read more

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  5. Richard Zanuck Watched His Biopic Days Before Dying (Exclusive)

    10:00 am 7/25/2012

    The legendary producer saw a full-length cut of "Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking" on July 10.Read more

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  6. Chad Everett, Handsome Star of TV's 'Medical Center,' Dies at 75

    7:25 pm 7/24/2012

    The actor also appeared in "The Singing Nun," "Mulholland Drive" and "Murder, She Wrote" during a four-decade career.Read more

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  7. Sherman Hemsley, 'Jeffersons' Star, Dies at 74

    1:35 pm 7/24/2012

    UPDATED: The actor was found in his home in El Paso, Texas.Read more

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  8. Lee Guthrie, a TV Writer-Producer and Mother of Actress Sean Young, Dies at 76

    11:54 am 7/23/2012

    She received an Emmy nomination for the 1994 telefilm "A Place for Annie," on which she teamed with her other daughter, Cathleen Young.Read more

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  9. Frank Pierson, Former Movie Academy President, Writer and Director, Dies at 87

    11:00 am 7/23/2012

    UPDATED: The Oscar winner for "Dog Day Afternoon" served as head of AMPAS from 2001-05.Read more

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  10. Tom Davis, Writing Partner of Al Franken on 'Saturday Night Live,' Dies at 59

    5:01 pm 7/19/2012

    He created sketches featuring the Coneheads, Dan Aykroyd as Julia Child and Christopher Walken in "The Continental" during his 14 seasons on the show.Read more

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