• Alan Black (1943-2007) - Animator on Yellow Submarine. He died March 5, in London. (Independent)
  • Ana Casares (c.1930-2007) - Actress who appears in Red Lips and Kiss Me, Monster. She died March 13, in Buenos Aires. (Variety)
  • Calvert DeForest (1921-2007) - Actor who appears in Heaven Help Us and Freaked. He is best known for playing the character Larry "Bud" Melman on Late Night with David Letterman. He died March 19, in Babylon, New York. (Variety)
  • Vilma Ebsen (1911-2007) - Dancer who appears in Broadway Melody of 1936. She was also the sister of Buddy Epsen. She died March 12, in Thousand Oaks, California. (Variety)
  • Freddie Francis (1917-2007) - Two-time Oscar-winning cinematographer of Glory and Sons and Lovers. He also shot Scorsese's remake Cape Fear and a few of David Lynch's films, including The Elephant Man and The Straight Story. He began as a camera operator, working on such films as John Huston's Beat the Devil and Moby Dick, and spent some time as a director, helming horror movies like Tales from the Crypt and Dr. Terror's House of Horrors. He died March 17, in West London. (Variety)
  • Eiji Funakoshi (1923-2007) - Japanese actor who starred in Ichikawa's Fires on the Plain and An Actor's Revenge and the monster movies Gamera and Attack of the Monsters. He died March 17. (Criterion)
  • Luther Ingram (1944-2007) - R&B singer who appears in the documentaries Only the Strong Survive and Wattstax. He died of heart failure March 19, in Belleville, Illinois. (Variety)
  • Jane Kavcic (1923-2007) - Slovenian writer-director of Sreca Na Vrvici (Hang On, Doggy) and assistant director of Gillo Pontecorvo's The Wide Blue Road. Died March 20, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. (IMDb)
  • Neil North (1932-2007) - Actor who starred in the 1948 version of The Winslow Boy and appears in the 1999 remake. He died March 7, in London. (Independent)
  • William N. Panzer (c.1943-2007) - Producer of Highlander and its sequels and spin-off television series. He also produced The Osterman Weekend, Cutting Class and The Death Collector. He died after suffering a fall March 18, in Boise. (Idaho Mountain Express)
  • Herman Stein (1915-2007) - Composer who was known best for his sci-fi and horror scores, including those for Creature from the Black Lagoon, This Island Earth, Tarantula, The Incredible Shrinking Man and It Came From Outer Space. He also scored a number of westerns and multiple films from Douglas Sirk, Raoul Walsh and Nathan Juran. He died of congestive heart failure March 15, in L.A. (Variety)
  • Art Stolnitz (c.1928-2007) - Production executive for The Wackiest Wagon Train in the West and Chosen Survivors and production supervisor for The Vault of Horror. He died of complications from a stroke March 21, in Rancho Mirage, California. (Variety)
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