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    How Each My Three Sons Cast Member Died

    Are you a fan of sitcom My Three Sons? This was a popular American sitcom that ran over 12 seasons and 380 episodes from 1960 to 1972. The show followed widowed aeronautical engineer named Steven Douglas and his three sons. The show was a success due to its excellent writing and directing. But the show’s […] More

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    Pam Dawber is Unrecognizable Today (Try Not to Gasp)

    You might remember her as Mindy in the off-beat yet endearing 70s and 80s sitcom Mork and Mindy. Mork, of course, played by the late Robin Williams. And while Williams sadly is no longer with us, Pam Dawber is still alive and well. Dawber has married to NCIS star Mark Harmon for more than three […] More

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    Why Jan Smithers DISAPPEARED After WKRP in Cincinnati

    Jan Smithers is a former television actress that is best known for her portrayal of the character Bailey Quarters on the television series WKRP in Cincinnati. After her role on that classic sitcom ended, Jan became more interested in being a mother than being an actress. In the new millennium, Jan has turned her interests […] More

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    Celebrities Who Died Due to Medical Malpractice

    Each year over 1.5 million patients become victims of medical malpractice in the US alone. Roughly a quarter million of these unlucky souls sustain injuries so severe that they end up dying. So, it shouldn’t really be that big of a surprise that, with numbers like those, celebrities would face the same risk of dying […] More

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    Rosalind Russell’s Son Reveals Details About Her Private Life

    Rosalind Russell was a stage and film actress best known for her performances in classic films such as His Girl Friday and Gypsy. Although the actress worked hard and stayed positive, she suffered a number of health issues that made life a struggle. Rosalind persevered to her final days despite these health troubles. And survived […] More

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    Tragic – Anna May Wong Died Before Her Final Movie Role

    Anna May Wong made history during Hollywood’s Golden Age by becoming the first notable Asian-American actress in the industry. She enters Hollywood at the age of only 14. True stardom eludes her over the course of her career as a result of racism that she experiences professionally. Nowadays, Anna venerates as the groundbreaking icon. She’ll […] More

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    How Each Rawhide Cast Member Died

    Do you remember the classic Western series Rawhide? It was one of the best TV shows during the Golden Age of Television in the USA. To this day, it inspires many Western TV shows and films – and fans are eager to spread the word about the show to a new generation. What made Rawhide […] More

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    Why Vivian Vance Celebrated the Death of William Frawley

    Lucy and Ricky Ricardo may have been the main characters of the hit 1950s series I Love Lucy, but the show wouldn’t have been nearly as successful without their landlords, Fred and Ethel Mertz. Portrayed by stars Vivian Vance and William Frawley. Fred and Ethel beloved supporting characters on the series that were always bickering […] More

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    How Each Three’s Company Cast Member Died

    There is plenty of drama going on behind the scenes, and the cast of Three’s Company’s tons of on-screen chemistry. The classic sitcom aired on ABC beginning in 1977 and wrapped up after an 8-season run in 1983. The late John Ritter plays Jack Tripper, Joyce DeWitt as Janet Wood, and Suzanne Somers as Chrissy […] More

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    Why Guy Williams Only Lasted for 5 Episodes of Bonanza

    Guy Williams is a popular television actor who rises to prominence during the late 1950s. Thanks to his time portraying the titular character on the hit Disney series Zorro. The show began airing in 1957, and Guy received his role after auditioning for Walt Disney personally. Zorro ends after three seasons, Guy continues working in […] More

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    The Youngest Rock N Roll Deaths of the 1950s (Tragic)

    Sometimes the good die young. Far younger than we’d like. It hurts more when we know how much they give and when we know their deaths are avoidable. The music industry is no stranger to stars gone too soon. The 1950s gets a few young musicians who die before 30 but leave a legacy during […] More

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