DIED Although she didn't receive as much fan mail as the famed Annette Funicello, Cheryl Holdridge had an angelic and charismatic smile that made her one of the most popular Mouseketeers on the 1950s TV show The Mickey Mouse Club. She was 64.

• With her husband Claes Oldenburg, Coosje van Bruggen often created large outdoor sculptures like the 38-ft.-tall (12 m) flashlight she installed at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. Van Bruggen was 66.

• In addition to winning an Oscar in 1966 for his short film Le Poulet, Claude Berri helped craft the sensibility of French New...

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