Marjorie Richard


Marjorie Richard, a longtime industry secretary who worked for the William Morris Agency during the 1950s and ’60s and more recently for Columbia Pictures execs Sy Weintraub and Peter Guber, died…

Titanic’s happy ending


Forget the Leo-Kate romance on that sinking ship. The enduring love story on “Titanic” was apparently the one between director-producer James Cameron and 20th Century Fox execs. Like all love…

Brett King


Brett King, a prolific actor who starred in dozens of film and TV projects including 1951’s “Flying Leathernecks,” died Jan. 14 of leukemia in Palm Beach, Fla. He was 79. A WWII fighter pilot who was…

Robert L. Ernst


Robert L. Ernst, a longtime film editor with numerous TV as well as feature credits, died Jan. 14 of cancer in Los Angeles. He was 70. Ernst, who began his career as a still photographer for network…

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Buzz Kulik


Buzz Kulik, highly regarded prolific TV director known for eliciting strong performances from his thesps, died Wednesday of heart failure in Los Angeles. He was 76. Kulik, whose career began shortly…

‘Rope’ record ripped


Alfred Hitchcock's record-setting work on "Rope" may be coming untied. The 1948 thriller for Universal, starring Jimmy Stewart, was heralded at the time as being the first full-length feature shot…

William Wendt


William Charles Wendt, stage actor and performer who later became a performing arts teacher, died Dec. 11 in Minneapolis from a rare form of lung cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. He was 64…

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