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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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Domestic Film WEEKEND OF

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    The Maze Runner

    Weekend Gross:$32.5M

    The Maze Runner

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    Weekend:$32.5M
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    A Walk Among the Tombstones

    Weekend Gross:$13.1M

    A Walk Among the Tombstones

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    Weekend:$13.1M
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    This Is Where I Leave You

    Weekend Gross:$11.9M

    This Is Where I Leave You

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    Weekend:$11.9M

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Harry Ackerman

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Harry Ackerman, 78, who was involved in the production of some of television's popular sitcom series, including “I Love Lucy,” “Bewitched” and “Leave It To Beaver,” died Feb. 3 in Burbank, Calif., of…

Sydney Piddington

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Sydney Piddington, 73, mental telepathist, died Jan. 29 in Sydney of cancer. I With his wife, Lesley, and partner, author Russell Braddon, the Australian-born Piddington parlayed his thought-reading…

Richard Vrooman

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Richard C. Vrooman, 54, an operatic tenor, died Dec. 31 in Liberty, Mo., of cardiac arrest. A member of a Kansas City singing family, he sang at the fledgling Lyric Opera in K.C. in the late 1950s…

Jim Walsh

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Jim Walsh, 80, an authority on the early years of the recording industry, died Dec. 24 in Salem, Va. Known for his encyclopedic knowledge of singers, phonographs and old songs, Walsh donated his…

Jason Chistmas

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Jason Christmas, 49, a host at the Comic Strip and an actor, died Jan. 11 in New York of a gunshot wound. He was killed outside the comedy club during a robbery. Born Joseph Janovcsik, he performed…

Alan L. Hale

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Alan L. Hale, 41, industry publicist, died Jan. 22 in New York of AIDS. Hale was a principal and v.p. of Hale & Husted Associates, a Manhattan-based public relations and marketing firm. Hale handled…

Elwood Stanley Carl

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Elwood Stanley Carl, 73, conductor, musician and composer, died Jan. 13 in Panorama City, Calif., cause undisclosed. A native of Cleveland, Carl played woodwinds early in his career with the NBC…

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