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  1. SAG National Board Member John P. Connell Dies at 91

    12:52 pm 9/10/2015

    The actor starred in the NBC soap opera 'Young Dr. Malone.'Read more

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  2. Merv Adelson, TV Mogul and Hitmaker, Dies at 85

    4:49 pm 9/9/2015

    The industry legend, who was briefly married to Barbara Walters, produced several hit TV shows in the 1970s and 1980s, including 'The Waltons,' 'Dallas' and 'Knots Landing.' Read more

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  3. Don Griffin, Guitarist for The Miracles & Anita Baker, Dies at 60

    7:18 pm 9/8/2015

    His band Madagascar was signed by Clive Davis to Arista Records.Read more

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  4. Judy Carne, Star of 'Laugh-In,' Dies at 76

    2:55 pm 9/7/2015

    She was known as the "Sock-It-To-Me Girl."Read more

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  5. Martin Milner, Star of 'Adam­ 12' and 'Route 66,' Dies at 83

    10:45 am 9/7/2015

    Milner's career included roles in the Burt Lancaster films 'Gunfight at the O.K. Corral' and 'Sweet Smell of Success.'Read more

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  6. Brad Anderson, 'Marmaduke' Cartoonist, Dies at 91

    10:07 am 9/7/2015

    "The world of cartooning lost one of its true luminaries."Read more

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  7. Warren Murphy, Screenwriter on Clint Eastwood's 'The Eiger Sanction,' Dies at 81

    6:12 pm 9/6/2015

    He also worked on 'Lethal Weapon 2,' and his 'Destroyer' novels spawned 'Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins.'Read more

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  8. Jean Darling, Child Actress in 'Our Gang' Comedies, Dies at 93

    10:17 am 9/6/2015

    The silent-film actress later starred on Broadway in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s 'Carousel' and married a magician.Read more

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  9. The Specials Trombonist Rico Rodriguez Dies at 80

    7:48 am 9/6/2015

    He also recorded as a solo artist and played with Jools Holland.Read more

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  10. Paul Rosenberg, Former Miramax and Imagine Exec, Dies at 53

    4:09 pm 9/2/2015

    A former member of the U.S. freestyle ski team, he produced such films as 'The Addams Family' and Doug Liman’s 'Go.'Read more

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