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  1. Phil Chevron, Guitarist for The Pogues, Dies at 56

    9:44 am 10/8/2013

    He joined the Celtic punk band in the 1980s and wrote one of their most beloved songs, "Thousands Are Sailing."Read more

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  2. Producer Marc Merson Dies at 82

    6:34 pm 10/2/2013

    The Oscar and Emmy nominee worked on such films as “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter” and “Doc Hollywood.”Read more

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  3. Best-Selling Author Tom Clancy Dies at 66

    7:46 am 10/2/2013

    UPDATED: The writer, whose novels have been turned into Hollywood blockbusters, has passed away, his literary agent confirms to The Hollywood Reporter.Read more

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  4. Paramount Producer A.C. Lyles Dies at 95

    11:31 am 9/30/2013

    His affiliation with the studio spanned more than 85 years.Read more

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  5. Director William A. Graham Dies at 87

    3:48 pm 9/28/2013

    He helmed "Change of Habit," Elvis Presley's final film, and convinced the rock 'n' roll icon to change his famous hairstyle.Read more

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  6. Legendary Magician John Calvert Dies at 102

    8:18 pm 9/27/2013

    A performer for more than eight decades, he also played the famous detective The Falcon in three movies in the late 1940s.Read more

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  7. Frank Fouce, Spanish-Language TV Pioneer, Dies at 85

    12:05 pm 9/27/2013

    He was co-founder, president and chairman of the group of TV stations that would become Univision.Read more

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  8. Producer, TV Executive Robert Silberling Dies at 79

    12:56 pm 9/25/2013

    The father of "Lemony Snicket" filmmaker Brad Silberling, he worked on the first season of "Baywatch" and served as an executive at ABC and CBS.Read more

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  9. Actress Marta Heflin Dies at 68

    1:44 pm 9/24/2013

    The Robert Altman favorite starred for the legendary director in “A Perfect Couple” and “Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean.”Read more

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  10. Broadway Star Jane Connell Dies at 87

    11:05 am 9/24/2013

    The veteran comic actress played Agnes Gooch in the original stage musical "Mame," then returned for the film version opposite Lucille Ball.Read more

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