• Bruce Bennett (1906-2007) - Olympic medalist-turned-actor (pictured) who played Tarzan in an Edgar Rice Burroughs-produced serial in the '30s, during which time he went by his real name Herman Brix. After changing his name he co-starred in Sahara, Mildred Pierce, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Sudden Fear and Love Me Tender. He died of complications from a broken hip February 24, in Santa Monica, California. (Independent)
  • Walker Edmiston (1926-2007) - Actor and voice artist who appears in The Green Berets, The Beach Girls and the Monster and the 1966 remake of Stagecoach. He provided his voice for Bullitt, Start the Revolution Without Me, Wholly Moses!, Dick Tracy and The Andromeda Strain, as well as for the animated films The Down and Dirty Duck and The Great Mouse Detective. He died of cancer February 15, in Woodland Hills, California. (Variety)
  • Dennis Marks (c.1935-2007) - Gaffer for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. He died of a brain tumor February 24, in Techachapi, California. (Variety)
  • John O'Banion (1947-2007) - Singer and actor who appears in Borderline and The Judas Project. He died after a long battle with frontotemporal dementia February 14, in Los Angeles. (Variety)
  • Meryl O'Loughlin (c.1935-2007) - Casting director for He's My Girl, Frozen Assets and Tremors II: Aftershocks. She died of complications from ovarian cancer February 27, in Santa Monica, California. (Variety)
  • Arthur Schlesinger Jr. (1917-2007) - Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning historian who appears as himself in Garbo Talks, The Venice Project and the documentary Huey Long. He was a member of the jury at Cannes in 1964. He died of a heart attack February 27, in New York City. (NY Times)
  • Mark Spoelstra (c.1940-2007) - Folk musician who appears in Martin Scorsese's documentary No Direction Home: Bob Dylan. He died of pancreatic cancer February 25. (Recordnet.com)
  • Henry Troyat (1911-2007) - French author who wrote the source novel for Dmytryk's The Mountain and who co-wrote the scripts to The Sheep Has Five Legs, for which he received an Oscar nomination, and Gangster Boss. He died March 2, in Paris. (AP)
  • Al Viola (1919-2007) - Musician who played mandolin on the score for The Godfather and who can also be heard on the soundtracks to Blazing Saddles and West Side Story. He died of cancer February 21, in Studio City, California. (NY Times)
  • Sam Williams (?-2007) - Actor who appears in Shaka Zulu, Victor/Victoria and King Solomon's Mines. He died February 28. (Mail & Guardian)
  • Darlene Wilson (c.1962-2007) - Actress and dancer who appears in The Guru and who choreographed Exit. She died March 2. (Playbill)
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