Leslie Rogers has been named director of advertising and promotion for Twentieth TV's domestic division, responsible for co-op advertising. Rogers joins Twentieth from sister division Fox…
Harry Burnett, a Yale Puppeteer and co-founder of the Turnabout Theater, which had its heyday in the 1940s, has died. He was 92.
Mary Philbin, a star of silent films best known for her role in the classic Lon Chaney version of "The Phantom of the Opera," died May 7 in Huntington Beach. She was 89.
Maj. Gen. John Frost, whose heroic role in the Allied defeat at Arnhem during World War II inspired the movie "A Bridge Too Far," died May 21.
Paul Wadsworth, an assistant to producers and writers at Warner Bros., died May 2 of accidental asphyxiation.
Polish-born pianist Mieczyslaw Horszowski, who played with conductor Arturo Toscanini and counted Peter Serkin, Ruth Laredo and Eugene Istomin among his former students, died May 22.
Elizabeth Montgomery, a costume and set designer, died May 15 at her home in London of undisclosed causes. She was 91.
Maxine Conwell, wife of John Conwell, former VP of talent for Quinn Martin Prods., died May 24 in Santa Barbara after a lengthy illness. She was 70. Survived by her husband, a son, a daughter and two…
Carlton E. Morse, creator of the longest-running soap opera in American radio history and a writer whose shows embodied the golden days of the airwaves, died May 24 in Sacramento. He was 91.
Mary Rapp, a former vaude dancer, died May 25 of undisclosed causes at her home in Beverly Hills.
Lee Roy Abernathy, a gospel musician who once ran for governor of Georgia, died Tuesday.
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