Dixie Dunbar


Dixie Dunbar, 72, actress in many 1930s films, died Aug. 29 in Miami Beach after a series of heart attacks. Dunbar, whose real name was Christine King, started out in show business in the Broadway…

Two Shows To Close


“Once on This Island” will end its Broadway run after the Dec. 1 matinee. The tuner, which opened Oct. 18,1990, will have played 19 previews and 469 performances at the Booth Theater. It premiered…

Margo J. Sylvia


Margo J. Sylvia, 55, singer best known for her hit “Happy, Happy Birthday Baby” with the 1950s group the Tune Weavers, died Oct. 25 in San Diego of a heart attack and stroke. Born April 4,1936…

Fred MacMurray


Fred MacMurray, 83, the popular and enduring star of more than 50 films and the long-running TV series “My Three Sons,” died Nov. 5 in Santa Monica, Calif., of pneumonia. The versatile actor, who…

Donald Churchill


Donald Churchill, 60, actor and playwright whose output usually concerned the comic side of matrimony, died Oct. 29 in Fuengirola, Spain, apparently of a heart attack. Churchill was in Spain filming…

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