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Dale Robertson, who hosted TV western series "Death Valley Days" and starred in a number of big-screen westerns in the '50s and '60s, died Wednesday at the age of 89 of complications from lung cancer. Younger audiences would remember him from appearances on "Dallas" and "Dynasty"; he also starred in "J.J. Starbuck," which ran on NBC for one season from 1987 to 1988. He died in San Diego, Calif., his wife Susan told the New York Times. Also read: Hollywood Says Goodbye: Notable Celebrity Deaths of 2012 Born Dayle Lymoine Robertson on July 14, »


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