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RIP film producer Richard Zanuck, 77.


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Kitty Wells.


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Sally Ride


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Maeve Binchy, Irish national literary treasure.

I've read nothing of hers, but a friend recommended her novel Whitethorn Woods, which I bought but then gave away to another friend because I thought the second friend was more likely to enjoy the book.

Sadly, the second friend later told me that she'd misplaced the book without reading it.

Now I feel that ms Binchy's book deserved to be read and loved, so I hope to find it again and read it as a tribute to its much admired author.

RIP.
 
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Gore Vidal


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Tony Martin.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07...dies-at-98.html?_r=1

(And for Seattle-ites, J.P. Patches last week!)
 
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Marilyn, fifty years ago today.

Nobody else but you.

Goodbye, Norma Jean.

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Marvin Hamlisch

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvin_Hamlisch


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Carlo Rambaldi

http://www.washingtonpost.com/...23a982d06_story.html

And on this Wednesday they are showing E.T. and my local theatre.


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Mel Stewart.


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Joe Kubert, legendary comic book artist,contemporary of Jack Kirby.

http://www.nj.com/entertainmen...dead_dies_85_nj.html

I got an old G.I. Combat comic book signed by him at Wondercon, he was so nice, smiling and gracious.
 
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Joe Kubert! Oh, no ... I have wonderful childhood memories of his scarred, tattered, pockmarked Sgt. Rock. Splendidly mannered, iconic comic art.

Thanks for the memories, Joe. Rest well.
 
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RIP astronomer Sir Bernard Lovell of Jodrell Bank fame, at the ripe old age of 98.


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RIP SF writer Harry Harrison, perhaps best known as the author of Make Room! Make Room!, the basis of SOYLENT GREEN.


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