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Published Date: 1/26/2015
Paul Newman was a legend of the silver screen and beyond. His noteworthy films are too many to list, but some of the greatest include "The Color of Money," for which he won an Academy Award, "The Hustler," "Hud" and "Road to Perdition." We remember Newman's life today...
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Published Date: 1/26/2015
Actor Robert Hegyes was known best as a Sweathog – Epstein, to be exact, one of the unruly high school students immortalized in TV's "Welcome Back, Kotter." Hegyes also directed episodes during the show's four-season run. Other notable appearances included the movies...
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Published Date: 1/25/2015
Etta James provided the soundtrack for decades of wedding receptions and anniversary parties when she recorded her definitive version of the tender love song "At Last." Her velvety vocals made the song an enduring classic, and it's just one of many tunes that her voice...
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Published Date: 1/25/2015
Ray Peterson was an early rock 'n' roller whose hits "Tell Laura I Love Her" and "Corrine, Corrina" were among the greats of the era. He also recorded a popular version of "The Wonder of You," which was made even more famous a decade later when Elvis Presley recorded...
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Published Date: 1/24/2015
Sharon Tate has become better known for her death than for her life: She was famously one of the victims of the Manson family murders of 1969. But while she lived, she was an actress lauded as a promising newcomer thanks to roles in films including "Valley of the...
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Published Date: 1/24/2015
Pernell Roberts was a television staple for decades, starring as Adam Cartwright in "Bonanza" in the 1950s and '60s and as Dr. John McIntyre in "Trapper John, M.D.," in the 1970s and '80s. He also guest-starred in dozens of programs, from "The Big Valley" to "Hawaii...
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