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Michael Milosevich

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Michael Milosevich, 84, bandleader whose ensemble accompanied Frank Sinatra in the 1930s, died in Westwood, N.J. From 1929 to 1950 he led a band called Hoboken Four, which played in nightclubs in New…

Voci upped at CBS

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Joe Voci has been named VP, current comedy/director, comedy development, at CBS Entertainment, reporting to veeps of current programs and comedy development Maddy Horne and Tim Flack, respectively.

Executive Shuffle

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Kevin Burns has been named production VP at Foxstar Prods., the new Fox Inc. division headed by former Twentieth TV prez Steve Bell. Burns also comes from Twentieth, where he was director of special…

Robert Davis

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Robert Davis, 76, character actor whose career on stage, television and film spanned 50 years, died July 18 of emphysema. Most recently, Davis was seen in the 1990 film "To Sleep With Anger," with…

Winifred Hope

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Winifred (Wyn) Hope, 84, poet and sister-in-law of entertainer Bob Hope, died July 28 in North Hollywood following a long illness. Services were held July 31.

Walter Waldman

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Walter Waldman, 77, writer and editor active in the show business community, including stints at Variety, Paramount Pictures, United Artists and most recently Columbia Pictures, died July 4 in New…

Marsha Greenfogel Blum

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Marsha Greenfogel Blum, 46, founder of Gala Enterprises, which publishes Extra Extra magazine, a trade journal for the television and cable industries, died Aug. 3 in New York after a battle with…

Saul P. Ochs

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Saul P. (Ace) Ochs, 82, radio and television director, died July 9 in North Hollywood of unreported causes. Ochs began his career with the Mutual Broadcasting System in New York in the 1930s.

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