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Franco Tonelli

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Franco Tonelli, 56, professor of drama, film studies and French at the U. of California, Irvine, died Jan. 22 in Laguna Beach of cancer. He started his career as an actor with several Italian theater…

Irma Chernichaw

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Irma Chernichaw, former actress and comedian, died Jan. 17 in Teaneck, N.J., after a long illness. She had appeared with the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Center Opera and in summer stock and…

James Cleveland

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The Rev. James Cleveland, 59, the so-called “king of gospel” who taught a 9-year-old Aretha Franklin to sing gospel and inspired countless other artists, died Feb. 9 in Los Angeles. The three-time…

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Domestic Film WEEKEND OF

PROVIDED BY: Box Office

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    The Maze Runner

    Weekend Gross:$32.5M

    The Maze Runner

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    Weekend:$32.5M
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    A Walk Among the Tombstones

    Weekend Gross:$13.1M

    A Walk Among the Tombstones

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    Weekend:$13.1M
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    This Is Where I Leave You

    Weekend Gross:$11.9M

    This Is Where I Leave You

    3
    Weekend:$11.9M

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Joan Gilbert

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Joan Gilbert, 84, an early British tv personality as host of “Picture Page” and other magazine format shows for BBC-TV, died Jan. 29 in London. She joined BBC in 1933 as a clerk-typist, got into…

James MacDonald

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James Macdonald, 84, Disney sound effects veteran and the official voice of Mickey Mouse from 1946 to 1976, died Feb. 1 in Glendale, Calif., of heart failure. Over a 48-year career, Macdonald was…

Herman L. Ripps

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Herman L. Ripps, 82, retired MGM sales executive, died Jan. 29 of pneumonia in Santa Monica, Calif. Ripps started at MGM in 1928 as a theater checker and retired in 1971 as assistant general sales…

Pony Sherrell Metcalf

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Pony Sherrell Metcalf, age undisclosed, who performed with her sister as the Sherrell Sisters and later worked in Hollywood musicals and nightclub acts, died Dec. 8 in New York of a heart attack…

Herbert Goren

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Herbert Goren, 74, New York sports columnist who later was a publicist for ABC Sports until his retirement in 1988, died Feb. 8 on Long Island, N.Y., after heart surgery. Goren, a resident of Floral…

Edward A. Blatt

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Edward A. Blatt, 88, a theater and film director, writer and producer, died Feb. 12 of a heart attack. He directed John Garfield and Sidney Greenstreet in the 1943 film “Between Two Worlds.” Born in…

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