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  1. David Nelson, Last Surviving Member of 'Ozzie and Harriet' Family, Dies at 74

    11:36 pm 1/11/2011

    The actor also directed numerous episodes of the series, which featured many story lines based on the stars' own lives.Read more

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  2. Former WGA West President Del Reisman Dies at 86

    8:19 pm 1/10/2011

    The veteran TV writer penned episodes of "Charlie's Angels," "Magnum P.I" and "Little House on the Prairie," among others.Read more

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  3. 'Band of Brothers' Inspiration Dick Winters Dies

    9:21 am 1/10/2011

    The World War II hero's exploits were made famous by the book and HBO television mini-series.Read more

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  4. Diane Warren Pays Tribute to Ronni Chasen at Palm Springs Festival

    10:08 pm 1/9/2011

    "She helped make the festival what it was -- and I wouldn't be where I am without her," the songwriter says during acceptance speech at awards gala.Read more

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  5. 'Baker Street' Singer Gerry Rafferty Dies at 63

    7:56 pm 1/4/2011

    "Stuck in the Middle" was among the Scottish singer's top 10 hits and a key cue in Quentin Tarantino's 1992 film "Reservoir Dogs."Read more

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  6. 'Seinfeld' Actor Bill Erwin Dies at 96

    4:48 pm 1/3/2011

    The Emmy nominee was best known for his role as Sid Fields on NBC's hit comedy and for playing Arthur the Bellman in "Somewhere in Time."Read more

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  7. Second Body Found at 'The Girl Who Played With Fire' Actor's House

    10:47 am 1/3/2011

    Police say it will be days before they can positively identify if Per Oscarsson, who played Lisbeth Salander's guardian in the film adaptations, died in the house fire.Read more

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  8. ‘Forbidden Planet’ Star Anne Francis Dies at Age 80

    8:49 am 1/3/2011

    The actress, who had roles in more than 30 movies, achieved cult status as Altaira in the cult classic.Read more

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  9. British Actor Pete Postlethwaite Dies, Aged 64

    4:47 am 1/3/2011

    He was once described by Steven Spielberg as "the best actor in the world."Read more

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