Sally Blane, sister of entertainer Loretta Young and an actress who appeared in more than 80 films, died Aug. 27 in Palm Springs. She was 87.
Actor David Warbeck, who found his niche in European action films during the 1960s and 1970s, died of cancer in London on July 23. He was 55.
Don Knight, a character actor who had recurring TV roles in "The Little House on the Prairie" and "Bonanza," died Aug. 18 of unreported causes in Squaw Valley. He was 64.
Motion picture producer Jerry Gershwin, whose film credits included "Harper" and "Where Eagles Dare," died Sept. 17 of leukemia in Los Angeles. He was 71.
Longtime writer, producer and director Robert Sherman, who also acted in a handful of films and TV shows, died Sept. 5 of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles. He was 71.
William T. Cline, a film and TV cinematographer, died Sept. 17 of natural causes in Laguna Hills. He was 82.
John R. Gurney, an opera baritone who performed at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City from the 1920s through the 1940s, died Aug. 6 of natural causes in Newport Beach. He was 95.
Marie Davis has been named president of Composite Image Systems, the 10-year-old, Emmy-winning post production house that has in recent months transformed from major player in the television…
UPN's new CEO, Dean Valentine, made his first big hire Friday, naming Tom Nunan executive vice president of entertainment at the netlet.
The first Los Angeles Intl. Latino Film Festival opens Wednesday with the U.S. premiere of "Who the Hell Is Juliette?" (review, page 12). The Carlos Marcovich film, based on a true story, chronicles…