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Herman L. Ripps

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Herman L. Ripps, 82, retired MGM sales executive, died Jan. 29 of pneumonia in Santa Monica, Calif. Ripps started at MGM in 1928 as a theater checker and retired in 1971 as assistant general sales…

Franco Tonelli

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Franco Tonelli, 56, professor of drama, film studies and French at the U. of California, Irvine, died Jan. 22 in Laguna Beach of cancer. He started his career as an actor with several Italian theater…

James Cleveland

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The Rev. James Cleveland, 59, the so-called “king of gospel” who taught a 9-year-old Aretha Franklin to sing gospel and inspired countless other artists, died Feb. 9 in Los Angeles. The three-time…

Irma Chernichaw

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Irma Chernichaw, former actress and comedian, died Jan. 17 in Teaneck, N.J., after a long illness. She had appeared with the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Center Opera and in summer stock and…

Skid Weiss

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Seymour (Skid) Weiss, 66, national director of communications for the Warner/Elektra/Atlantic Corp., died Jan. 31 in Burbank, Calif., after a prolonged illness. Weiss joined WEA in 1971, the year the…

Edward A. Blatt

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Edward A. Blatt, 88, a theater and film director, writer and producer, died Feb. 12 of a heart attack. He directed John Garfield and Sidney Greenstreet in the 1943 film “Between Two Worlds.” Born in…

Bob Leslie

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Bob Leslie, 64, actor, comedian and writer whose career spanned films and Broadway, died Feb. 4 in Los Angeles of undisclosed causes. Leslie's film credits include “Catch The Black Sunshine,” “Mako…

Pete Axthelm

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Pete Axthelm, 47, a football commentator for ESPN and sports reporter for magazines, died Feb. 2 in Pittsburgh of liver failure. He was awaiting a liver transplant. Axthelm, who joined ESPN in 1987…

Dean Jagger

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Dean Jagger, 87, dependable character actor who won an Oscar for his 1949 film” Twelve O'Clock High,” died Feb. 5 in Los Angeles. His wife, Etta, said he had been recovering from a bout with the flu…

Danny Thomas

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Danny Thomas, 79, star of the popular tv series “Make Room For Daddy” and producer of numerous hit shows during the '60s and '70s, died Feb. 6 in Los Angeles after suffering a heart attack. Thomas…

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    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Daily Gross:$4.3M

    Cume to04.17.14: $174.9M

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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    Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$174.9M Disney 22.52%
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    Rio 2

    Daily Gross:$3.6M

    Cume to04.17.14: $52.9M

    Rio 2

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    Daily:$3.6M Cumulative:$52.9M Fox 17.90%
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    Heaven is for Real

    Daily Gross:$3.3M

    Cume to04.17.14: $7.0M

    Heaven is for Real

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    Daily:$3.3M Cumulative:$7.0M Sony / TriStar -10.21%

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