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"Death borders upon our birth, and our cradle stands in the 
grave. Our birth is nothing but our death begun." Bishop Hall

Welcome to another edition of Dead End.

This week we say goodbye to Yvonne De Carlo the actress 
who starred as Lily Munster on the television series 
"The Munsters."  

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Actress Yvonne De Carlo, who went from World War II pinup girl 
to U.S. television's beloved Lily Munster, has died at 84 in 
Los Angeles. Family members said De Carlo died Monday at the 
Motion Picture and Television Country House from complications 
of old age, the Los Angeles Times said Wednesday. The sultry 
Canadian-born De Carlo made her name as a film "glamour queen" 
during the 1940s and '50s, but was considered an accomplished 
actress after appearing in some 100 films, including the epic 
"The Ten Commandments" and "Band of Angels." The Times said 
she was also a singer who performed opera and appeared in 
nightclubs and on stage. Her most familiar role was that of 
Lily, the vampirish wife of Fred Gwynne's Herman Munster on 
the 1960s television series "The Munsters." The CBS series 
lasted only two season, but inspired several TV movies and 
lives on in reruns.

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The man who created Scooby-Doo, Josie and the Pussycats and 
the Secret Squirrel Show, Iwao Takamoto, has died in Los 
Angeles. He was 81. Takamoto was vice president of special 
projects for Warner Bros. Animation until his death. 
Takamoto's most recent works include the 2005 animation short 
featuring Tom and Jerry called "The Karateguard," as well as 
the character design on the Cartoon Network and Kids' WB! 
animated series "Krypto the Superdog." "Iwao Takamoto was not 
only a tremendously talented designer and artist, he was a 
beautiful human being," said Warner Bros. Animation President 
Sander Schwartz. "Iwao was always ready with a wide smile, a 
firm handshake and a warm welcome. Iwao's designs will be his 
legacy for generations to come. Those of us who had the 
privilege of working closely with him will miss his mentoring 
presence, his good counsel and his unparalleled talent and 
spirit." Takamoto is survived by his wife, son, stepdaughter 
and brother and sister.



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currently a driver in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and 
is expected to assume ownership of BHR. Hamilton may be best 
remembered for two of his Winston Cup wins. His first career 
victory at the 1996 Dura Lube 500 at Phoenix was the first 
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Novelist and screenwriter A.I. Bezzerides, known for films 
like "Kiss Me Deadly" and "Thieves Highway," has died in 
California at the age of 98. Bezzerides' rise to fame began 
in 1938 when his crime novel, "Long Haul," was turned into 
the 1940 film "They Drive by Night" with George Raft and 
Humphrey Bogart. Known to his friends as "Buzz," Bezzerides' 
first film credit was 1942's "Juke Girl," with Ann Sheridan 
and Ronald Reagan. Other films that followed include "Beneath 
the 12-Mile Reef," "Desert Fury," "Sirocco" and "Track of the 
Cat," all of which Bezzerides co-wrote. The Times said that 
during the 1950s and 1960s, Bezzerides wrote for television, 
working on programs, including "Bonanza," Rawhide" and "77 
Sunset Strip." Born in Samsun, Turkey, in 1908, Bezzerides 
arrived in the United States with his parents as a child. 



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Notable deaths this week in history...
In 1843, Francis Scott Key, the poet who penned the national 
anthem of the United States of America, died at the age of 

In 1941, Irish novelist and poet James Joyce, one of the 
first authors to challenge the traditional concept of what 
a novel could be, passed away.

In 1957, Humphrey Bogart, the American icon who became 
legendary for his stage and motion picture appearances, died 
at the age of 57.

In 1981, actor Richard Boone, best remembered for his role 
of Paladin in the television series, "Have Gun, Will Travel," 
died of throat cancer.
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