Tom Braden, who once worked for the CIA and helped launch CNN's political debate show "Crossfire," died April 3 from natural causes in Denver. He was 92.
Clifford "Bud" Shank, a flutist and alto saxophonist who worked with such famous acts as the Mamas and the Papas, died of pulmonary failure April 2 in Tucson. He was 82.
Steven Bach, the United Artists exec who took the fall for the disastrous "Heaven's Gate" and wrote "Final Cut: Dreams and Disaster in the Making of 'Heaven's Gate' " about the film, died of lung…
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Longtime Paramount distribution prexy Wayne Lewellen died Thursday after a short battle with cancer at his home in Westlake Village, Calif. He was 65.
Prolific TV director Harry Harris, who won an Emmy for directing TV series "Fame," died March 19 in Los Angeles of complications of myelodsplasia. He was 86.
Betsy Blair, the Oscar-nominated actress and teenage bride of Gene Kelly, died of cancer March 13 in London. She was 85.
Oscar-nommed screenwriter and novelist Millard Kaufman died of heart failure March 14 in Los Angeles. He was 92.
Alan Livingston, music exec who created Bozo the Clown and brought the Beatles to America as president of Capitol Records, died March 13 in Los Angeles. He was 91.
Prominent entertainment attorney George Hedges died of cancer Tuesday in South Pasadena. He was 57.
Jim Bellows, influential editor of papers including the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner who later worked in television, died of Alzheimer's disease March 6 in Santa Monica, Calif. He was 86.
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