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Published Date: 8/30/2014
Actress Jean Seberg appeared in 34 feature films, including the original "Breathless," "Paint Your Wagon" and "Airport." The Iowa-born performer also had a starring role in the FBI's "COINTELPRO" project in the 1960s, due to her support of the NAACP, Black Panther...
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Published Date: 8/29/2014
Hollywood icons don't come much tougher than Lee Marvin. The future Oscar and Golden Globe-winner spent his childhood studying the violin, exploring the Everglades and getting expelled from various schools due to behavioral problems. He left school to join the Marines...
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Published Date: 8/28/2014
Summer blockbusters today owe a debt to Robert Shaw, whose shark-hunting Quint helped to make "Jaws" such a memorable movie. Shaw appeared in many classic movies in the 1960s and '70s such as "From Russia With Love," "The Sting" and "Force 10 From Navarone." He picked...
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Published Date: 8/27/2014
Blues icon Stevie Ray Vaughan is one of the most influential guitar players in music history, despite a mainstream music career lasting just seven years in the 1980s. Vaughan dropped out of high school to pursue the blues, moving to Austin, Texas, where he began...
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Published Date: 8/26/2014
Ted Knight breathed life into one of television's greatest fake journalists, Ted Baxter, on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" for seven years. He is also remembered for the six seasons he played Henry Rush on "Too Close for Comfort" and the dastardly Judge Elihu Smails in...
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Published Date: 8/25/2014
Actor, director and producer Richard Attenborough died Sunday, Aug. 24. An Oscar winner for directing and producing "Gandhi," Attenborough is also remembered for roles in films including "The Great Escape," "Miracle on 34th Street" and "Jurassic Park." We remember his...
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