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Carroll Carroll

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Carroll Carroll, 88, veteran VARIETY columnist and the writer credited with creating Bing Crosby's radio persona, died Feb. 5 in Los Angeles of heart failure. Carroll wrote a humorous critique of…

Nancy Kulp

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Nancy Kulp, 69, best known for her role as secretary Jane Hathaway on CBS' “The Beverly Hillbillies,” died Feb. 3 in Palm Desert, Calif., of cancer. Kulp graduated with a journalism degree from…

Evelyn Barnes Peirce

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Evelyn Barnes Peirce, 83, casting director of the J. Walter Thompson Co. for more than 20 years, died Jan. 24 in Bloomfield, Conn., of a heart attack. In recent years she taught acting at the New…

Oscar Rudolph

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Oscar Rudolph, 79, who directed such diverse tv series as “The Donna Reed Show” and “Batman,” died Feb. 1 in Encino, Calif., following a stroke. Rudolph, the father of film director Alan Rudolph…

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…

Darrell Barnett

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Darrell Barnett, 41, a dancer, died Jan. 16 in New York of liver cancer. Barnett moved to New York to take a full scholarship at the Martha Graham School. He went on to perform with the modern dance…

Ralph H. Brown

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Ralph H. Brown, 55, a musician, songwriter and showbiz journalist who established the American Entertainment Society to reverse negative impressions created by recent song lyrics, died in…

Robert Edgell

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Robert Edgell, 68, retired chairman of Cleveland-based Edgell Communications, committed suicide Jan. 2 by jumping from the seventh story of his condobuilding at Longboat Key, Fla. Founder of Ojibway…

Jabbo Smith

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Jabbo Smith, 82, trumpeter and vocalist who was considered Louis Armstrong's only rival as a jazz improviser, died Jan. 16 in New York of pneumonia. The peak of Smith's career was from the mid-1920s…

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Domestic Film DAILY

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    Heaven is for Real

    Daily Gross:$3.7M

    Cume to04.16.14: $3.7M

    Heaven is for Real

    1
    Daily:$3.7M Cumulative:$3.7M Sony / TriStar 0.00%
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    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Daily Gross:$3.5M

    Cume to04.16.14: $170.6M

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    2
    Daily:$3.5M Cumulative:$170.6M Disney -25.44%
  3. 3

    Rio 2

    Daily Gross:$3.0M

    Cume to04.16.14: $49.3M

    Rio 2

    3
    Daily:$3.0M Cumulative:$49.3M Fox -28.83%

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