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  1. 'They Shoot Horses, Don't They?' Star Michael Sarrazin Dies at 70

    4:00 pm 4/18/2011

    The actor starred opposite Jane Fonda in 1969's Oscar-winning film.Read more

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  2. Record Producer Tal Herzberg Dies at 41

    5:25 pm 4/13/2011

    He was the production partner of Geffen Records chairman Ron Fair, with whom he worked for 10 years.Read more

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  3. Sidney Lumet Tribute: THR’s Todd McCarthy Remembers the ‘Dynamic’ Director

    7:42 am 4/13/2011

    The "Serpico" helmer, who died Saturday at 86, “was a man of his time, of his city, anxious to engage with urgent issues, contemporary people, knotty conflicts and difficult moral struggles.”Read more

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  4. Legendary L.A. Restaurateur Giorgio Baldi Dies

    2:53 pm 4/11/2011

    His eponymous restaurant in Santa Monica has been a Hollywood favorite since 1995.Read more

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  5. Steven Spielberg Remembers Sidney Lumet

    6:03 am 4/11/2011

    Lumet "was one of the greatest directors in the long history of film," he tells THR in a statement.Read more

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  6. Tim Robbins' Father, Member of Highwayman, Dies

    10:47 pm 4/9/2011

    Gil Robbins briefly appeared in three of his son's films.Read more

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  7. Sidney Lumet Made New York City Star of His Films

    3:04 pm 4/9/2011

    New York itself was the most intriguing, domineering character in a spectacularly good collection of movies he made, THR film critic Kirk Honeycutt writes.Read more

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  8. Producer Chuck Sloan Dies at 71

    2:34 pm 4/9/2011

    A prominent commercial producer for more than three decades died of a heart attack April 4.Read more

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  9. Director Sidney Lumet Dies at 86

    8:32 am 4/9/2011

    UPDATED: He had helmed "12 Angry Men," "Serpico" and "Dog Day Afternoon"; he was 86. Read more

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  10. Oscar-Winning Sound Mixer Bill Varney Dies

    11:07 am 4/6/2011

    He won Academy Awards for “Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back” and “Raiders of the Lost Ark.”Read more

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