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Emily McLaughlin

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Emily McLaughlin, 61, actress who was grand dame of ABC-TV's “General Hospital” soap opera for nearly three decades, died April 26 in Los Angeles of cancer. McLaughlin starred as nurse Jessie Brewer…

Ron Hays

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Ron Hays, 45, Emmy Award-winning multimedia artist, died April 16 from AIDS. Hays founded Ron Hays Prods. in the 1970s to create visual effects for film and tv. He won an Emmy for graphic design in…

Andrew Boyle

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Andrew Boyle, 71, author and former broadcast news exec whose book “The Climate Of Treason” led to the public unmasking in 1979 of British art expert Anthony Blunt as a onetime Soviet double agent…

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Marc Gibson

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Marc Gibson, 51, weekend sports anchor and reporter on. KGO-TV San Francisco, died April 30 in that city of an apparent heart attack after a workout. Gibson joined the station as a reporter in 1982…

Roger Vail

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Roger Vail, 36, manager of specials and variety programs for NBC Entertainment until he left because of illness 14 months ago, died April 23 in Los Angeles of AIDS. A native of Foxboro, Mass., and a…

Bob Haulman

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Bob Haulman, 49, San Francisco newsman, died April 24 in Alameda, Calif., of an apparent heart attack. On April 23, Haulman broadcast live from the Navy hospital ship Mercy as it sailed into San…

Rudy Solari

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Rudy Solari, 56, actor and stage director and producer, died April 23 in Indio, Calif., of cancer. In 1976, Solari converted the Beverly Canon theater in Beverly Hills to a 380-seat legit house…

Carmine Coppola

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Carmine Coppola, 80, Oscar-winning composer, died April 26 in Los Angeles following a stroke. He was the father of director Francis Coppola, actress Talia Shire and August Coppola, dean of the…

George W. Moore

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The Rev. George W. Moore, 64, pastor of St. Malachy's Roman Catholic Church in New York and a 1991 Tony Award honoree, died May 3 in N.Y. of cancer. At St. Malachy's, which includes the Actors'…

William L. Schaefer

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William L. Schaefer, 81, who was executive assistant to Jack L. Warner for 45 years, died April 19 in Woodland Hills, Calif., of cancer. Born in Steubenville, Ohio, Schaefer moved to California with…

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