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Helena E. Humann


Helena E. Humann, praised for her perf as Peach on the 1989 miniseries “Lonesome Dove,” died Dec. 13 in Dallas after a long illness. She was 52. In CBS’ “Lonesome Dove,” Humann played the widowed…

Sylva Koscina


Yugoslav-born actress Sylva Koscina, who starred in Italian and Hollywood films in the 1960s, died Dec. 26 in Rome after a long illness complicated by heart problems. She was 61. Koscina, born in…

George S. Fox


George S. Fox, who helped bring together the original production crew for “I Love Lucy,” died Nov. 23 in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure. He was 89. In the late 1930s, he founded the George…


Lilia Skala


Lilia Skala, actress best known for her role in “Lilies of the Field,” died Dec. 18 at her home in Bay Shore, N.Y. Her family said she was in her 90s. Her portrayal of the stubborn Mother Superior in…

Will Roberson


Stage director and playwright Will Roberson died at his home in San Diego on Dec. 13 of complications from AIDS. He was 36. Roberson directed numerous shows for the Old Globe Theater, the San Diego…

S. Mark Taper


Philanthropist and financier S. Mark Taper, who built thousands of homes for soldiers returning from World War II and later donated millions to the arts, died Dec. 15 at his home in Beverly Hills of…

Donald Fedderson


Donald Fedderson, who produced such TV favorites as “My Three Sons” and “The Millionaire,” died Dec. 18 at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles after a series of heart problems. He was 81. Fedderson…

Yuli Raizman


Yuli Raizman, the undisputed patriarch of the Soviet film industry, whose career stretched from the early, post-revolutionary days of silent film to the generation of perestroika of the 1980s, died…

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