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|Subject: Veteran Hollywood character actor James Flavin died of a heart attack on April 23, 1976. His widow Lucile Browne-Flavin, a fine actress in her own rite, died just 17 days later on May 10, 1976 while mourning at their son's home in Virginia. ...
Their only child, son William James Flavin, now 73, is a retired professor at the United States Army War College in PA..
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Date Posted: Tuesday, September 10, 10:01:31am
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Gwen & Arthur both were born in Edmonton, Alberta, just 10 days apart, and as schoolmates, Arthur proposed to Gwen when they were 8 years old.
's message, "Canadian-born Hollywood TV and film director Arthur Hiller, with over 33 films like Love Story (1970) and Outrageous Fortune (1987), died just 54 days after his wife of 68 years, Gwen Pechet Hiller. ..." on Tuesday, September 10, 09:40:49am