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  1. Johnny Rotella, Songwriter for Frank Sinatra, Dies at 93

    11:59 am 9/18/2014

    The accomplished woodwind player and session player also worked with Benny Goodman, Johnny Mercer, Earle Hagen, Neil Diamond and Steely DanRead more

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  2. Bob Palmer, Veteran Hollywood Publicist, Dies at 85

    10:34 am 9/18/2014

    He led the Oscar campaign for 'Silence of the Lambs' best actor winner Anthony Hopkins and represented Dick Van
 Dyke, Faye Dunaway and othersRead more

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  3. Joan Rivers Tribute: Melissa Rivers Joining 'Fashion Police' Hosts for E!'s 'Joan Day'

    8:30 am 9/18/2014

    The daylong tribute will include a marathon of Rivers' best 'Fashion Police' episodesRead more

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  4. TV Writer David G.B. Brown Dies at 67

    5:55 pm 9/17/2014

    He scripted such shows as 'Scarecrow and Mrs. King,' 'Max Headroom,' 'Hunter' and 'Flo'Read more

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  5. Shirley Yamaguchi, Japanese Film Idol, Dies at 94

    10:01 am 9/14/2014

    She starred in Akira Kurosawa's 'Scandal' and was later elected to the Japanese parliamentRead more

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  6. Theodore J. Flicker, Creator of TV's 'Barney Miller,' Dies at 84

    6:21 pm 9/13/2014

    He was "really interesting," his wife of 48 years tells THRRead more

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  7. Jazz Pianist Joe Sample Dies at 75

    1:06 pm 9/13/2014

    Nicole Kidman performed his song in 'Moulin Rouge!'Read more

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  8. Denny Miller, Star of 'Tarzan' and 'Wagon Train,' Dies at 80

    1:43 pm 9/12/2014

    He played basketball at UCLA under John Wooden and appeared with Peter Sellers in 'The Party' and in commercials for fish sticksRead more

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  9. Stefan Gierasch, Actor in 'Jeremiah Johnson' and 'Carrie,' Dies at 88

    9:09 am 9/12/2014

    He also appeared in 'High Plains Drifter,' 'The Hustler,' 'Silver Streak' and 'Dave' Read more

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  10. British Actor Donald Sinden Dies at 90

    3:17 am 9/12/2014

    Roger Moore, who worked with him on a movie, lauded the Shakespearean actor as 'wonderful'Read more

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