Blake Edwards Dies

Filmmaker Blake Edwards has died. The Hollywood movie director and Oscar-winner –- best known for his work on The Pink Panther and Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s – – passed away in Los Angeles Thursday morning due to complications from pneumonia. He was 88. Blake was born in Oklahoma in 1922. He and his family

Danish actor who inspired Belgian cartoonist to create ‘Tintin’ dies

Danish actor Palle Huld, who is apparently the inspiration behind Belgian cartoonist’s creation ‘Tintin’, has died at the age of 98. Huld died on November 26 in a retirement home in Copenhagen. The cause of death has not been mentioned. In 1928, he won a competition organised by Danish newspaper that wanted to send a

Busty ‘Queen of Horror’ Ingrid Pitt dies at 73

Ingrid Pitt, who shot to fame starring in a number of cult horror classics including ‘Countess Dracula’, has died at the age of 73. The Polish-born actress, often dubbed the ‘Queen of Horror’ for her roles in classic Hammer films, passed away at a South London hospital after collapsing a few days ago, reports the

“Wheel of Fortune” Announcer Charlie O’Donnell Dies

Charlie O’Donnell, who has lent his voice to the syndicated nightly game show Wheel Fortune on and off since its inception 35 years ago, died at his home in Los Angeles on Sunday. He was 78. A New York deejay before switching to television when he joined Dick Clark’s “American Bandstand,” O’Donnell was the voice