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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…

Aglaia Mitropoulou

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Aglaia Mitropoulou, 64, critic and founder of the Greek Film Archives, died Jan. 21 in Athens of a heart attack. Mitropoulou, born in Athens, studied business and literature before emerging as a…

Ted Walsh

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Ted Walsh, 65, retired CBS program practices exec, died Jan. 4 in Los Angeles of natural causes. Walsh began his showbiz career shortly after World War II in special services, performing in soldier…

Dimitris Myrat

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Dimitris Myrat, 82, veteran Greek stage and film actor, director and writer, died Jan. 10 in Athens of cancer. Myrat's prolific career began in 1925 with his first stage appearance with the famed…

Alfred Emmet

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Alfred Emmet, 82, a leading amateur theater impresario famed for having introduced foreign works to British audiences, died Jan. 16 in Cirencester, England. In 1933 he founded the Questors Theater…

Nita Krebs

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Nita Krebs, 85, one of three pink-tutued “Lullabye League” Munchkins who greeted Dorothy in “The Wizard Of Oz,” died Jan. 18 in Sarasota, Fla., of an apparent heart attack. Standing 3 feet 8 inches…

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    Heaven is for Real

    Daily Gross:$3.7M

    Cume to04.16.14: $3.7M

    Heaven is for Real

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    Daily:$3.7M Cumulative:$3.7M Sony / TriStar 0.00%
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    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Daily Gross:$3.5M

    Cume to04.16.14: $170.6M

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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    Daily:$3.5M Cumulative:$170.6M Disney -25.44%
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    Rio 2

    Daily Gross:$3.0M

    Cume to04.16.14: $49.3M

    Rio 2

    3
    Daily:$3.0M Cumulative:$49.3M Fox -28.83%

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