Catherine Turney


Catherine Turney, who wrote screenplays for significant 1940s films which featured Bette Davis, Joan Crawford and others in tough female roles, died Sept. 9 in her sleep at her home in Sierra Madre…

Dorothy Tuttle Nitch


Dorothy Tuttle Nitch, a dancer who appeared in 1940s film musicals with Judy Garland, died of natural causes Aug. 12 in Encino. She was believed to be 80. Nitch received her first big break when she…


David Marshall Cox


Longtime comedy writer David Marshall Cox died Nov. 16 in Reno, Nev., of a stroke-related illness. He was 79. Cox, a Pittsburgh native, graduated from the U of Vermont following service in the Army…

Freddie Young


Freddie Young, the three-time Oscar-winning cinematographer of “Lawrence of Arabia,” “Doctor Zhivago” and “Ryan’s Daughter,” died Tuesday in London of natural causes. He was 96. Born in London in…

Lowell Pass


Longtime legit actor and singer Lowell Pass, who performed leads and supporting roles in numerous theatrical productions around the country, died Nov. 9 of heart failure in Northern California. He…

Patricia Hayes


British comic actress Patricia Hayes, a star of many popular television shows who is best known for her portrayal of high-pitched cockney characters, died Sept. 19 in London. She was 88. In a career…

Jim Uebelhart


Jim Uebelhart, who worked for nearly 40 years as a broadcaster, died Oct. 3 of complications from a heart attack in Toledo, Ohio. He was 88. Uebelhart began his broadcasting career in 1933 with…

Deon Jones


Deon Jones, father of the “Young and the Restless” actor Bryant Jones, died Oct. 13 of adeno virus at Richmond Memorial Hospital in Columbia, S.C. Jones’ son Bryant earned a 1997 Daytime Emmy nominee…

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