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Leo Murphy III

Leo Murphy III, 36, propman, died Aug. 2 in Philadelphia of AIDS contracted through a blood transfusion.

Murphy started out in the business working as a propman in Boston on the 1987 film “Witches of Eastwick.” He later moved to Hollywood to complete production. His film credits range from “Eight Men Out” and “Hiroshima” to “Margaret Bourke-White,””Heart of Dixie,””RoboCop 3” and the recently wrapped “Hideous Mutant Freex.”

Survived by his parents and a sister.

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