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    Charles McGee, one of the most decorated of the Tuskegee Airmen, died today. He was 102.
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    Marlon Bundo, Mike Pence's pet rabbit and subject of a book by John Oliver, died today.
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    Jean-Jacques Beineix, who directed Diva and Betty Blue, died Thursday. He was 75.
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    Country singer and songwriter Dallas Frazier, who wrote "Elvira", died yesterday. He was 82.
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    Fred Parris, a member of the Five Satins who wrote their hit "In the Still of the Nite", died Thursday. He was 85.
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    Ronnie Spector, the lead singer of the Ronnettes, died today of cancer. She was 78.
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    Don Maynard, receiver for the New York Jets and part of the team that won Super Bowl III, died today. He was 86.
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    Musician James Mtume, best known for the song "Juicy Fruit", died today. He was 76.
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    Dwayne Hickman, who played Dobie Gillis, died today. He was 87.
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    Marilyn Bergman, half of an Oscar winning songwriting duo with her husband Alan, died today. She was 93.
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    Sidney Poitier, the first Black man to win an Oscar, died yesterday. He was 94.
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    Soap opera and Broadway actress Joan Copeland, the sister of Arthur Miller, died yesterday. She was 99.
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    Paleoanthropologist Richard Leaky, the son of Louis and Mary Leaky, died today. He was 77.
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    Blaxploitation pioneer Max Julien died yesterday. He was 88.
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    Super Bowl champion and coach Dan Reeves died today. He was 77.
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