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  1. French Filmmaker Alain Resnais Dies at 91

    6:33 am 3/2/2014

    He was renowned for reinventing himself during each of his full-length films, which included the acclaimed "Hiroshima Mon Amour" in 1959 and most recently "Life of Riley." Read more

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  2. Jim Lange Dead: 'Dating Game' Host Dies at 81

    11:21 pm 2/26/2014

    He appeared on the ABC show for more than a decade after its 1965 debut, and welcomed guests such as Michael Jackson and Arnold Schwarzenegger.Read more

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  3. Tony Gieske, Former Jazz Reviewer for The Hollywood Reporter, Dies at 82

    5:25 pm 2/25/2014

    The newspaper veteran worked at THR from 1990 to 2008 and reviewed countless shows, often taking the wonderful photographs that accompanied his words.Read more

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  4. Obama on Harold Ramis' Death: Thoughts With Those 'Who Hope That He Received Total Consciousness'

    7:13 am 2/25/2014

    The president comments on the sad news that the man behind "Caddyshack," "Animal House" and "Ghostbusters" has died.Read more

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  5. Harold Ramis Death: Hollywood Mourns Writer-Director

    10:42 am 2/24/2014

    UPDATED: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Billy Crystal, Judd Apatow and Jack Black are among those remembering the man behind "Animal House," "Caddyshack" and "Ghostbusters."Read more

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  6. Harold Ramis Dead: Writer-Director Dies at 69

    9:35 am 2/24/2014

    The man behind comedy hits like "Animal House," "Caddyshack" and "Ghostbusters" died from complications related to autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis.Read more

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  7. 'Midnight Rider' May Have Been Denied Permission to Shoot on Train Tracks, Suggests Incident Report

    1:50 pm 2/23/2014

    In the incident report released by the Wayne County Sheriff's office on Monday, the film's executive producer said, "It's complicated," when asked if they had permission to film on the train tracks.Read more

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  8. Oldest-Known Holocaust Survivor Dies at 110

    11:13 am 2/23/2014

    Alice Herz-Sommer, who survived two years in a Nazi prison camp, was featured in the Oscar-nominated short, "The Lady in Number 6." Read more

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  9. Casting Director Joy Todd Dies

    3:18 pm 2/22/2014

    "Once Upon a Time in America," "Network" and "Ghostbusters" are among the films she worked on during a career that spanned three decades. Read more

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  10. 'Vertigo' Actress Miliza Milo Dies at 91

    7:15 pm 2/21/2014

    She also appeared in “The Ten Commandments” and was the first female commander of the American Legion’s Post 43 in Hollywood, known as “The Post of the Stars.”Read more

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