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  1. Former NBC News Anchor Garrick Utley Dies at 74

    8:39 am 2/21/2014

    The veteran newsman, who also served as host of "Meet the Press" and Sunday's edition of "Today," had a long battle with cancer.Read more

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  2. TV Producer Emmet G. Lavery Jr. Dies at 86

    11:00 am 2/19/2014

    He also served as a business executive in the 1960s at Fox, Paramount and STV, an early subscription service spearheaded by NBC legend Pat Weaver.Read more

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  3. Devo's Bob Casale Dies at 61

    9:57 am 2/18/2014

    One of the original members of the band has died, the group announced on its Facebook page.Read more

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  4. ‘Green Acres’ Actress Mary Grace Canfield Dies at 89

    7:40 pm 2/17/2014

    She played the inept handywoman Ralph Monroe on the 1960s CBS sitcom.Read more

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  5. Cate Blanchett Dedicates BAFTA Award to Philip Seymour Hoffman (Video)

    7:39 am 2/17/2014

    The "Blue Jasmine" star calls her friend "an actor who has been a continual, profound touchstone for me, a monumental presence who is now so sadly in absence."Read more

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  6. Bob L. Harris, Father of Actor Ed Harris, Dies at 91

    8:56 am 2/16/2014

    UPDATED: He was an actor, a member of the Ray Charles Singers and the one who suggested his son make "Pollock," the acclaimed biopic about the American painter.Read more

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  7. Jim Henson's Son, John, Dies at 48

    1:00 pm 2/15/2014

    He was a board member of The Jim Henson Company who appeared in multiple "Muppets" film and television titles. Read more

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  8. Sid Caesar Dead: 5 of His Memorable Roles (Video)

    1:09 pm 2/12/2014

    From "Your Show of Shows" to "Grease," the comedy titan amassed a large body of work that influenced the likes of Woody Allen, Mel Brooks and many more.Read more

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  9. Sid Caesar Dead: Comedy Titan Was 91

    11:39 am 2/12/2014

    He starred in the 1950s sketch classics "Your Show of Shows" and "Caesar's Hour" and influenced the likes of Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Neil Simon and Woody Allen.Read more

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