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Gig Young Murder-Suicide 1978 Actor Gig Young was outwardly debonair but he led a troubled life. Alcoholism curtailed his promising acting career and ruined more than one marriage, including a turbulent wedlock with Elizabeth Montgomery. Although he won an Oscar for his 1969 portrayal of a dance marathon emcee in They Shoot Horses, Don't They?, Young's acting jobs became increasingly scarce during the 1970s. He was fired after just one day on the set of Blazing Saddles for alcohol-related problems. His last film appearance was in The Death Game where the 64-year-old Young met 21-year-old script supervisor Kim Schmidt. Schmidt became Young's fifth wife on September 27, 1978. Twenty-two days later they were both found shot to death in their Manhattan apartment. The case was ruled a murder-suicide, with Young the perpetrator. No note was found to explain the motive. Although Young's estate was valued at about $200,000, in his will he left just $10 to his only child, a 14-year-old daughter, whom Young claimed was not actually his.
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Added: 10th October 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bat Masterson Star Gene Barry Dies at 90 Gene Barry, a debonair leading man who was best known as the sharply dressed lawmen of the television series "Bat Masterson" and "Burke's Law," and then earned a Tony Award nomination as a gay nightclub owner raising a son in "La Cage aux Folles," died Dec. 9 at an assisted living home in Woodland Hills, Calif. He was 90.
Tags: Bat  Masterson  Star  Gene  Barry  Dies  at  90  television    western    country    folk    music    bat    masterson 
Added: 11th December 2009
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Posted By: Cliffy
John Forsythe Passes today at age 92 John Forsythe, the debonair actor whose matinee-idol looks, confident charm and mellifluous voice helped make him the star of three hit television series, including ABC’s glamour soap “Dynasty,” died on Thursday in Santa Ynez, Calif. He was 92.
Tags: John  Forsythe,  the  debonair  actor  whose  matinee-idol  looks,  confident  charm  and  mellifluous  voice  helped  make  him  the  star  of  three  hit  television  series,  including  ABC’s  glamour  soap  “Dynasty,”  died  on  Thursday  in  Santa  Ynez,  Calif.  He  was  92. 
Added: 2nd April 2010
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Posted By: Cliffy

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