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Whether we watched them on the big screen or let them into our lives through our TVs, the world seems darker knowing we've had to say goodbye to a favorite star—even though we can continue enjoying their work indefinitely, letting their legacies live on forever.
Here's a fond look back at some of the screen talents we've lost this year.
"I think on my tombstone it's just going to say, 'Gonged at last,' and I'm stuck with that." He is survived by his wife, Mary Kane.
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Although the Tea Party is not a party in the classic sense of the word, some research suggests that members of the Tea Party Caucus vote like a significantly farther right third party in Congress.
The movement's name refers to the Boston Tea Party of December 16, 1773, a watershed event in the launch of the American Revolution.
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playing Mary Richards, an independent single woman who becomes a broadcaster.
Moore won six Emmy Awards and was nominated for an Oscar in 1980 for playing the estranged mother of Timothy Hutton's character in 1980's Don Rickles, the popular insult comic who rose to fame through decades of memorable TV and film appearances, died April 6 at his home in Los Angeles after succumbing to kidney failure at the age of 90.
Known for his abrasive style of comedy, Rickles had a career that spanned six decades.
A regular at celebrity roasts and an honorary member of the Rat Pack, he would often take jabs at audience members with two signature phrases: "dummy" and "hockey puck." He was a frequent guest on segment "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories." The first, about musician Rick James, became a cultural sensation and spawned more than a few catchphrases. Sam Rockwell portrayed him in a 2002 film adaptation that was written by Charlie Kaufman and directed by George Clooney.