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20% 10 votes
80% 41 votes
51 people voted
2012: Susan Tyrrell, U.S. actress who won an Academy Award for... 9 votes

2012: Susan Tyrrell, U.S. actress who won an Academy Award for best supporting actress in 1973 for her role in "Fat City," dies of a blood disorder at 67.
17%
2012: Susan Tyrrell, U.S. actress who won an Academy Award for best supporting actress in 1973 for her role in "Fat City," dies of a blood disorder at 67.
1995: Jack Wagner, U.S. actor who was the official park announcer... 19 votes

1995: Jack Wagner, U.S. actor who was the official park announcer for Disneyland for many years and was known as the Voice of Disneyland, dies at 69.
37%
1995: Jack Wagner, U.S. actor who was the official park announcer for Disneyland for many years and was known as the Voice of Disneyland, dies at 69.
1994: Kristen Pfaff, U.S. musician who was the bassist in Courtney... 3 votes

1994: Kristen Pfaff, U.S. musician who was the bassist in Courtney Love's alternative rock band Hole for their major-label debut album, "Live Through This," dies at 27.
5%
1994: Kristen Pfaff, U.S. musician who was the bassist in Courtney Love's alternative rock band Hole for their major-label debut album, "Live Through This," dies at 27.
1982: James Honeyman-Scott, English musician who was a founding... 6 votes

1982: James Honeyman-Scott, English musician who was a founding member and lead guitarist for the Pretenders, dies of drug-related heart failure at 25.
11%
1982: James Honeyman-Scott, English musician who was a founding member and lead guitarist for the Pretenders, dies of drug-related heart failure at 25.
1979: Nicholas Ray, U.S. director known best for his movies... 7 votes

1979: Nicholas Ray, U.S. director known best for his movies "Johnny Guitar" and "Rebel Without a Cause," dies of lung cancer at 67.
13%
1979: Nicholas Ray, U.S. director known best for his movies "Johnny Guitar" and "Rebel Without a Cause," dies of lung cancer at 67.
1973: Louise Latimer, U.S. actress who starred opposite John Wayne... 4 votes

1973: Louise Latimer, U.S. actress who starred opposite John Wayne in "California Straight Ahead!", dies of liver failure at 60.
7%
1973: Louise Latimer, U.S. actress who starred opposite John Wayne in "California Straight Ahead!", dies of liver failure at 60.
1970: Brian Piccolo, U.S. NFL running back for the Chicago Bears... 17 votes

1970: Brian Piccolo, U.S. NFL running back for the Chicago Bears whose story battling cancer and friendship with Bears great Gale Sayers in the movie "Brian's Song," dies at 26.
33%
1970: Brian Piccolo, U.S. NFL running back for the Chicago Bears whose story battling cancer and friendship with Bears great Gale Sayers in the movie "Brian's Song," dies at 26.
1967: Reginald Denny, English actor whose movie appearances... 8 votes

1967: Reginald Denny, English actor whose movie appearances included "Anna Karenina" and "Rebecca," dies at 75 following a stroke.
15%
1967: Reginald Denny, English actor whose movie appearances included "Anna Karenina" and "Rebecca," dies at 75 following a stroke.
1959: George Reeves, U.S. actor well-known for starring in... 28 votes

1959: George Reeves, U.S. actor well-known for starring in "The Adventures of Superman," dies by suicide at 45.
54%
1959: George Reeves, U.S. actor well-known for starring in "The Adventures of Superman," dies by suicide at 45.
1940: Dubose Heyward, U.S. author known best for his novel... 2 votes

1940: Dubose Heyward, U.S. author known best for his novel "Porgy," which inspired the opera "Porgy and Bess," dies of a heart attack at 54.
3%
1940: Dubose Heyward, U.S. author known best for his novel "Porgy," which inspired the opera "Porgy and Bess," dies of a heart attack at 54.
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  Voted 1970: Brian Piccolo, U.S. NFL running back for the Chicago Bears whose story battling cancer and friendship with Bears great Gale Sayers in the movie "Brian's Song," dies at 26., 1959: George Reeves, U.S. actor well-known for starring in "The Adventures of Superman," dies by suicide at 45.
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  Voted 2012: Susan Tyrrell, U.S. actress who won an Academy Award for best supporting actress in 1973 for her role in "Fat City," dies of a blood disorder at 67.
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dinothunder

  Voted 1995: Jack Wagner, U.S. actor who was the official park announcer for Disneyland for many years and was known as the Voice of Disneyland, dies at 69., 1970: Brian Piccolo, U.S. NFL running back for the Chicago Bears whose story battling cancer and friendship with Bears great Gale Sayers in the movie "Brian's Song," dies at 26., 1959: George Reeves, U.S. actor well-known for starring in "The Adventures of Superman," dies by suicide at 45.
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pjaysmitty

  Voted 1959: George Reeves, U.S. actor well-known for starring in "The Adventures of Superman," dies by suicide at 45.
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jljmugs

  Voted 1970: Brian Piccolo, U.S. NFL running back for the Chicago Bears whose story battling cancer and friendship with Bears great Gale Sayers in the movie "Brian's Song," dies at 26., 1959: George Reeves, U.S. actor well-known for starring in "The Adventures of Superman," dies by suicide at 45.

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