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Robert Culp... http://www.google.com/hostedne...HNqivcJT2HAD9ELCDB83

He and Bill Cosby made a great team in I Spy!!
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He was in "The Long Years" on The Ray Bradbury Theater too. But he'll always be "Mr. Outer Limits" to me. "The Architects of Fear", "Corpus Earthling", and "Demon With A Glass Hand" are three of the best episodes. His acting was one of the reasons.
 
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Robert Culp and Peter Graves both went so suddenly. So sad.
 
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June Havoc, passed away at 97 years old. Gypsy Rose Lee's sister, (Baby June in the musical)

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03.../30havoc.html?src=mv
 
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Herb Ellis.
Great guitarist - I got to see him several times.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03...ellis.html?ref=music
 
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Enjoy his Zen Strings: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TL9HPYu0NKs
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(Hey, Pard! I thought that was your horse tied in front of the general store!)
 
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Charlie.

Also, The Trouble With Harry.


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Darn, he was cool!
 
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Since Cori didn't, I will. Just think of the coming notoriety of the coroner who examines the coroner who examined her!


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Dixie Carter.


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Actress Lynn Redgrave, star of Bradbury's Walking on Air.

Obituary here.


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Lena Horne

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


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My Lena Horne family’s story: Back in the early 60s my parents would go to Las Vegas once a month. On one of those visits they were sitting in the lounge of the Sands hotel, being that 5 p.m. was the cocktail hour. The only other group in the lounge was Frank Sinatra, Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford.

From the port-hole in the swinging doors to the kitchen Sinatra say Lena Horne walk by. He sent Lawford to fetch her and invite her to join them for a drink. As soon as she sat down an extremely nervous waiter came over to tell Ms. Horne that she was not “allowed” in the lounge…being a person of color and all. Frank told the waiter to fetch him a phone. In these days a phone was brought to a booth and plugged into the wall. Frank made a call, said something into the phone and then handed the receiver to the waiter. After a short one-sdied discussion the waiter quickly left and just a quickly came back with a bucket of champagne. Ms. Horne stayed with the Rat Pack and enjoyed her champagne. To this day we wonder if that waiter was soon buried out in the desert.


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The only other group in the lounge was Frank Sinatra, Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford.

So, just a few regular guys, eh? Hardly worth mentioning.


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