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  1. Kitty Wells, Country Music's First Female Superstar, Dies at 92

    3:37 pm 7/16/2012

    The singer's career spanned eight decades, with hits including "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels," a retort to Hank Thompson’s “The Wild Side of Life.”Read more

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  2. Jon Lord, Keyboardist and Founder of Deep Purple, Dies at 71

    3:13 pm 7/16/2012

    The Hammond organ specialist co-wrote "Smoke on the Water," "Highway Star," "Woman From Tokyo" and many other rock classics.Read more

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  3. Barry Lorie, Veteran Hollywood Marketing Executive, Dies

    3:12 pm 7/16/2012

    He worked for Columbia, Fox, Universal, Disney and MGM and on films including “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and “Thelma & Louise.”Read more

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  4. Oscar-Winning Actress Celeste Holm Dies at 95

    10:02 am 7/15/2012

    The actress soared to Broadway fame in “Oklahoma!" an won an Academy Award for “Gentleman’s Agreement."Read more

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  5. Richard Zanuck's Death: Hollywood Remembers The Legendary Producer

    2:12 pm 7/13/2012

    Steven Spielberg, Barry Meyer, Tom Rothman remember the Oscar-winning producer after his death.Read more

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  6. Maria Cole, Jazz Singer and Widow of Nat 'King' Cole, Dies at 89

    6:17 pm 7/11/2012

    The mother of Natalie Cole performed in bands fronted by Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Benny Carter.Read more

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  7. Meg Ryan Remembers Nora Ephron's 'Unbelievable Sweetness,' 'Ferocious' Love of Words

    11:00 am 7/11/2012

    UPDATED: Speaking to THR, the star of "When Harry Met Sally…" recalls the joy of her longtime collaboration with the late writer-director.Read more

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  8. Memorial for Actress Susan Tyrrell Is Set

    2:32 pm 7/10/2012

    Service will take place July 14 at the Silent Movie Theatre in Los Angeles.Read more

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  9. THR Film Critic Todd McCarthy Reflects on Ernest Borgnine's Legacy

    7:32 pm 7/9/2012

    The actor, who died Sunday at age 95, helped pave the way for character actors to become leading men.Read more

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  10. Martin Pakledinaz, Tony-Winning Broadway Costume Designer, Dies at 58

    5:23 pm 7/8/2012

    The veteran theater, opera and ballet designer was renowned for his witty and elegant work on period musicals, earning Tonys for "Kiss Me, Kate" and "Thoroughly Modern Millie."Read more

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