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October 4, 1990
Russell Thacher, a novelist and film producer, has died at the age of 71. Thacher died Monday at UCLA Medical Center of complications from abdominal surgery. Born in Hackensack, N.J., and educated at Bucknell and New York Universities, Thacher wrote three novels early in his career, "The Captain," "The Tender Age" and "A Break in the Clouds." He then switched to editing for Omnibook Magazine and Book of the Month Club.
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October 4, 1990
Russell Thacher, a novelist and film producer, has died at the age of 71. Thacher died Monday at UCLA Medical Center of complications from abdominal surgery. Born in Hackensack, N.J., and educated at Bucknell and New York Universities, Thacher wrote three novels early in his career, "The Captain," "The Tender Age" and "A Break in the Clouds." He then switched to editing for Omnibook Magazine and Book of the Month Club.
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November 15, 1985 | KEVIN THOMAS, Times Staff Writer
As the credits for the hilarious "Once Bitten" (citywide) unroll, a jodhpured-and-silk-shirted Cleavon Little sashays around a lush white-on-white interior to a tango beat, eventually placing a black rose on a breakfast--er, dinner--tray. But once the credits are over, it's not a bed he approaches with the tray but a white casket, upon which he knocks, waking his employer, Lauren Hutton, to face another night.
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