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Hope Lange: 1931-2003

22 December 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Actress Hope Lange, who received an Oscar nomination for the 1957 film Peyton Place and won two Emmy awards for the sitcom The Ghost & Mrs. Muir, died Friday at a Santa Monica hospital; she was 72. According to her husband, Charles Hollerith, Lange died after suffering an infection caused by an intestinal inflammation known as ischemic colitis. A child actor who already had 12 years of Broadway experience before she moved to film, Lange quickly found fame with her first two big film roles in Bus Stop and Peyton Place. The latter film nabbed the actress an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and launched her career as one of the more popular ingénues of the late 50s. Appearing in The Young Lions, The Best of Everything and A Pocketful of Miracles, she segued into television in the late 60s, where she starred opposite Edward Mulhare in the romantic sitcom The Ghost & Mrs. Muir, which ran only from 1968-1970 but garnered the actress two Emmys; Lange later appeared in The New Dick Van Dyke Show from 1971-1974. Her later roles included Blue Velvet and Clear and Present Danger, as well as innumerable guest television appearances. Married previously to actor Don Murray and director Alan J. Pakula, Lange is survived by Hollerith, her third husband, as well as two children from her marriage to Murray, actor Christopher Murray and daughter Patricia Murray. --Prepared by IMDb staff »

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Affleck Eyes Second Ryan Outing

24 March 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Superstar Ben Affleck is to reprise his role as CIA agent Jack Ryan in another screen outing. Affleck, who first played Ryan in the box office smash The Sum Of All Fears, is in negotiations with studio giant Paramount to star in Red Rabbit. In Red Rabbit the audience will get the opportunity to go back to the early days of Ryan's career when he debriefs a high-level defector and uncovers a plot to assassinate the Pope, which is designed to destabilize the Western world. Ryan was originally played by Alec Baldwin in The Hunt For The Red October and then by Harrison Ford in Patriot Games and Clear And Present Danger. »

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