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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 2001 | CECILIA RASMUSSEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A reputed 1909 double murder and suicide in Southern California led to the "last great manhunt" of the Old West, spawning national headlines; trumping up rumors of a presidential assassination plot and of an Indian uprising; and leaving a notorious legacy in books, a movie and finally a bitter academic fight that landed three authors in court.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 2004 | Myrna Oliver, Times Staff Writer
Carrie Snodgress, the actress who was nominated for a best actress Oscar for her performance in 1970's "Diary of a Mad Housewife," has died of heart failure. She was 57. Snodgress was hospitalized at UCLA Medical Center awaiting a liver transplant when she died of heart failure on April 1, her manager, Sidney Craig, told the Associated Press on Friday. Her son, Zeke, by rock star Neil Young was at her side, he said. A native of Barrington, Ill.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 1990 | Pat H. Broeske \f7
Jennifer Warren was a busy stage actress when she broke into features in a quirky 1969 movie, the obscure "Sam's Song," with a then-unknown Robert De Niro. But it was opposite Gene Hackman in director Arthur Penn's critically-admired film noir thriller, "Night Moves" (1975), that Warren caught Hollywood's eye. She played a tough-talking Key West boat hand with an offbeat sensuality and a mysterious past.
NEWS
February 18, 1994 | BILL HIGGINS
The Scene: Wednesday's screening on its 25th anniversary of United Artists' "Midnight Cowboy" by the American Film Institute's Third Decade Council. A discussion with the filmmakers and a reception followed the screening of the only X-rated film ever to win a Best Picture Oscar. "It's a touching, rather sweet film," said David Hockney. "It tells you something about censors that they would give this an X."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
John Vlahos, 87, a scriptwriter who earned an Emmy for "The Defenders," died April 8 of natural causes at his home in Westport, Conn. A native of Springfield, Ohio, Vlahos grew up working in the family restaurant, playing violin and acting in school plays and local theater. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University, he moved to New York City to become an actor, but segued into writing instead.
HOME & GARDEN
September 18, 2003 | Barbara King
We were surrounded by ostriches. Just stay in place, I heard Jeremy Railton tell me, let them get to know you. I raised my eyes from the bare brown earth to see seven long, flexible necks and seven wackily intense faces moving in on me with their rounded beaks. This was as up-close-and-personal as I'd ever been with a 7-foot-tall bird of prehistoric countenance.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 2002 | Myrna Oliver, Times Staff Writer
Dame Felicity Peake, one of the British heroines of World War II who became the first leader of the peacetime Women's Royal Air Force, has died at the age of 89. Peake, who had homes in London and Oxfordshire, died Nov. 2 in London. Dashing and attractive in uniform, Peake was one of two women painted for widely circulated recruiting posters, and her face became easily recognized early in the war.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1996 | KATE FOLMAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They came, in a caravan of roaring, gleaming steel and chrome, for the bikes: glistening Harleys, dozens of them, with tailpipes that put mirrors to shame. "They're rolling sculptures--poetry in motion," said Willie G. Davidson, admiring a display of 1920s olive green and burgundy Harley-Davidsons at Otis Chandler's Vintage Museum on Saturday. He should know. As his grizzled hands and clunky silver rings suggest, the 60-something Davidson has been a biker for half his life.
SPORTS
December 11, 2002 | Larry Stewart
The source of Chick Hearn's wit may have been his wife of 64 years. Marge Hearn was at a recent Pasadena Quarterback Club's awards luncheon to present the group's Chick Hearn Award for broadcasting to Keith Jackson. "Keith, I don't know you very well," Marge said, "but your name was mentioned a lot around our house in recent years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 1998 | STEVE HARVEY
Beautiful people occasionally get arrested by L.A. police but that's been about the extent of the department's involvement with that group. Now, for the first time, a local cop has been named one of the 50 "most beautiful people in the world," as rated by People magazine. It's the chief himself--Bernard C. Parks. Glamour is not usually a word you associate with LAPD honchos, although two ex-chiefs had flings with the media (Tom Reddin as a TV news anchor and Daryl Gates as a radio shock jock).
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