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    Hollywood Possibilities

    Ronald Schwary, an Oscar-winning producer and director whose work includes Ordinary People, Sabrina, Havana, and Random Hearts, has died at the age of 76.
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    Hollywood Possibilities

    Actress Linda Cristal has died according to this Facebook post:
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    Adrian Devine, who was a pitcher for the Atlanta Braves and Texas Rangers, dead at 68.
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    Dead Pop Stars

    Pete Carr reportedly dead according to twitter at the age of 70.
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    Dead Drummers

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    Dead Drummers

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    Hollywood Possibilities

    Taryn Power, whose roles include The Count of Monte Cristo and Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger, dead at 66 (Italian obit).
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    Huey, who had a Billboard Hot 100 hit for his 2006 single "Pop, Lock & Drop It", reportedly dead according to Twitter at 31.
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    Hollywood Possibilities

    Lewis John Carlino, a screenwriter and director whose work includes The Great Santini, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden, and The Mechanic, dead at 88.
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    Ideas and Possibilities for 2021

    Reportedly dead on Twitter:
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    Hollywood Possibilities

    William Hale, an Emmy-winning film and television director whose work includes Journey to Shiloh, S.O.S. Titanic, The Murder of Mary Phagan, and The Streets of San Francisco, dead at 88.
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    Hollywood Possibilities

    Alan Metter, a film director known for his work on Rodney Dangerfield's Back to School and Sarah Jessica Parker's Girls Just Want to Have Fun, dead at 77.
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    American Football Players

    Bill Groman, who played wide receiver for the Houston Oilers, Buffalo Bills, and Denver Broncos, dead at 83. He is the first and only man to have played on four AFL championship teams.
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    Tray Savage, who was a part of Chief Keef's record label, dead at 26.

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