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Natalie Wood's Death Certificate Amended to Reflect Uncertainties

Natalie Wood

Authorities have amended Natalie Wood's death certificate to reflect the lingering uncertainties surrounding her drowning more than 30 years ago.

According to a copy of the death certificate obtained by The Associated Press, the cause of death was changed from accidental drowning to "drowning and other undetermined factors." The coroner's office also amended the death certificate to state that the reasons leading to Wood ending up in the water are "not clearly established." read more

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No friend of Oscar: Peter O'Toole as Lawrence of Arabia

Question: I'm just curious which actors have been nominated the most times for Oscars without winning.Answer: Peter O'Toole has been nominated for a total of seven best-actor Oscars — starting with Lawrence of Arabia in 1962 and most recently for My Favorite Year (1982) — and never won once. Among the ladies, Deborah Kerr received six best-actress nominations throughout her long and distinguished career, including nods for The King and I (1956) and From Here to Eternity (1953), but never went home with an Oscar. In the supporting categories, legendary character actress read more

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Premiered: March 01, 1980, on NBC
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Premise: James Jones' classic novel had two TV adaptations: a three-part 1979 miniseries and a 1980 series, both on NBC. The miniseries held true to the sprawling saga of the pre-WWII Army, while the series picked up where the book ended, focusing on the characters' personal problems. Many of the mini's cast returned, with one notable exception: Natalie Wood was replaced by Barbara Hershey in the role of Karen Holmes.

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