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Mount Sinai Memorial Park

5950 Forest Lawn Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90068

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Phil Silver

* 11. Mai 1911 in Brooklyn, New York City

1. November 1985 in Century City, Los Angeles, Kalifornien

was an American entertainer and actor, primarily in comedy. From 1940 on he acted in Hollywood films for MGM, Columbia Pictures and 20th Century Fox, mostly in comedies, of course, but also in dramas. In the 1960s, Silvers appeared in the comedies It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum ) on. He has had regular guest appearances on the Carol Burnett and Dean Martin television shows. In 1967, Silvers appeared in a film in the English Carry On series, Follow That Camel. He was paid £30,000 for the film, one of the highest paid to an actor on the franchise, but the film was not a commercial success. Like many comedians, Silvers was not a happy person in private. He suffered from depression and was addicted to gambling. Although Silvers was very ill in the last years of his life, he nevertheless continued to appear in films and on television.

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Norman Fell

* 24. März 1924 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

14. Dezember 1998 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien

was an American actor of theatre, film and television. In films, Fell has frequently been cast in supporting roles since the 1960s. On television he often appeared in series, e.g. in "Herzbube mit Zwei Damen", "The Röpers" or in "Dan Oakland" in the 1970s. In addition, Fell had guest appearances in many other TV series. In 1979 Fell received the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in a Series for his role in "Herzbube mit Zwei Damen".

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Bonnie Franklin

* 6. Januar 1944 in Santa Monica, California

† 1. März 2013 in Los Angeles, California

was an American actress, known for her starring role in the television series 'One Day at a Time' (1975-1984). She has been nominated for Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe Awards. On September 24, 2012, a family spokesman announced that Franklin had pancreatic cancer and was being treated. Franklin died on March 1, 2013 at the age of 69.

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Totie Fields

* 7. Mai 1930 in Hartford, Connecticut

† 2. August 1978 in Las Vegas, Nevada

was an American comedian. In April 1976, her left leg was amputated after an operation. This prompted her to use a scooter for mobility. While still recovering from the amputation, Fields suffered two heart attacks. In October 1977, Fields was diagnosed with breast cancer and her right breast was removed. On August 2, 1978, Fields suffered a fatal pulmonary embolism. She was taken to nearby Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center, but was pronounced dead soon after. Her ashes were interred in Las Vegas. After the death of her husband "George Johnston" in January 1995, her remains were moved to Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles to be interred with him.

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Irwin Allen

* 12. Juni 1916 in New York City

2. November 1991 in Santa Monica, Kalifornien

was an American film producer who became known as Master of Disaster in the 1970s through several disaster films. He began science fiction and adventure series such as "The Seaview - In Secret Mission" (1964-1968), "Lost Between Worlds" (1965-1968), "Time Tunnel" (1966-1967) and "Planet of Giants". (1968–1970) to produce. "Flammendes Inferno", a joint production of Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox, was realized with even greater effort. These films were successful and are still considered the epitome of the disaster film. Allen's last feature film was in the Warner Bros. production The Day the World Ended. His television career finally ended with "Alice in Wonderland" (1985) and "Justice Cry" (1986). Irwin Allen died of heart failure on November 2, 1991 in Santa Monica, California.

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David Rose

* 15. Juni 1910 in London

23. August 1990 in Burbank

was an English-born American songwriter, composer and arranger. His most famous compositions include "The Stripper" (1958), "Holiday for Strings" and "Calypso Melody". Rose has also composed and arranged the background music for numerous television series, including "Underwater Adventures" and the western series "Bonanza" starring Lorne Greene, Dan Blocker, Michael Landon and Pernell Roberts, for which he also wrote the theme song. The television series had 430 episodes and ran from 1959 to 1973. It was a lifelong friendship between Michael Landon and David Rose. He then composed the music for Michael Landon's television series Little House on the Prairie, which ran for 187 episodes between 1974 and 1983. Rose produced the soundtrack to the series. His song "Do you love me?" was used again and again in the series. And from 1984 he wrote the music for the television series "An Angel on Earth", which was broadcast between 1984 and 1989 for 111 episodes. He died in Burbank, California at the age of 80.

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Lee J. Cobb

* 8. Dezember 1911 in New York City

11. Februar 1976 in Woodland Hills, Kalifornien

was an American actor. Cobb was one of the leading character actors, often playing grumpy or domineering men. His most famous roles were: the corrupt union boss Johnny Friendly in "The Fist in the Neck" and the short-tempered "Jury No. 3" in "The Twelve Angry Men". From 1962, Cobb played judge Henry Garth in the television series "The People of Shiloh Ranch" for five years. After leaving the series, he increasingly turned to feature films again, including several mafia films in Italy. In 1970 he was seen again in a television lead role in the series "The Young Lawyers". In the film "The Exorcist" he played his last major role as police Lieutenant William Kinderman. Lee J. Cobb died of a heart attack in 1976 at the age of 64.

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Cass Elliot

19. September 1941 in Baltimore

29. Juli 1974 in London, England

was an American singer and member of the band The Mamas and the Papas. In Europe, Elliot had great success with her solo show in 1974; the concerts at the London Palladium were sold out for two weeks. She died of a heart attack at the home of fellow musician Harry Nilsson. The rumor that she choked on a ham sandwich is not true. Rather, Elliot, severely overweight since adolescence, had damaged her heart trying to reduce her weight through shock dieting; years of drug abuse also presumably played a role. She died of heart failure.

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Herschel Bernardi

* 30. Oktober 1923 in New York City, New York

9. Mai 1986 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien

was an American actor, voice-over and voice actor. He played one of his best-known film roles in 1963 in "The Girl Irma la Douce" as Inspector Lefevre, and he had another prominent role alongside Woody Allen in the comedy "The Straw Man". Bernardi died in 1986 at the age of 62 as a result of a sudden heart attack.

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Brandon Tartikoff

* 13. Januar 1949in Freeport, New York

† 27. August 1997 in Los Angeles, California

was an American television executive who was President of NBC from 1980 to 1991. He was involved in filming hit series such as "Hill Street Blues", "LA Law, Law & Order", "ALF", "Family Ties", "The Cosby Show", "Cheers", "Seinfeld", "The Golden Girls", "Wings", "Miami Vice", "Ritter Rider", "A-Team", "St. Elsewhere" and "Night Court". He was also involved in the invention of "Star Trek", "Deep Space Nine", "Beggars" and "Choosers". Tartikoff died of Hodgkin lymphoma (cancer) on August 27, 1997, at the age of 48.

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Ross Martin

* 22. März 1920 in Gródek, Polen

3. Juli 1981 in Ramona, Kalifornien als Martin Rosenblatt

was a Polish-American actor. Martin played mostly in small to medium-sized cinema and television films as well as in many episodes of American television series, such as "Smoking Guns", "Bonanza", "3 Angels for Charly", "Vegas", "Hawaii Zero Five", "Fantasy Island" , "Love Boat", "Mork vom Ork", ….. In the crime series "Columbo" he got a guest role as a sophisticated murderer in the episode "Murder in Pastel". Throughout his life, Ross Martin suffered from health problems. In 1969, when the series "Crazy Wild West" was coming to an end, he had an attack of angina pectoris. He died of a heart attack on July 3, 1981, after a tennis match.

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Jesse White

* 3. Januar 1917 in Buffalo, New York

9. Januar 1997 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien

was an American actor. White's breakthrough came in the role of the gruff sanatorium orderly Wilson in the hit play "My Friend Harvey". Altogether he acted in almost 60 films until 1993, mostly in supporting roles as an average guy or worker. He later appeared in other television series such as "Perry Mason", "Tough," "MacGyver" and "Seinfeld". He died of a heart attack in 1997, six days after his 80th birthday.

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Danny Arnold

* 13. Januar 1949in Freeport, New York

† 27. August 1997 in Los Angeles, California

was an American producer, writer, comedian, actor, and director, known for producing Barney Miller's 'That Girl' and 'Bewitched.' On August 19, 1995, Arnold died of heart failure at his home in Los Angeles at the age of 70.

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