• Al Drebin (c.1918-2007) - Owner of Budget Films, an archive company that supplies footage to films, television shows and humanitarian projects. He died of heart failure September 18, in Los Angeles. (Variety)
  • Edith Campion (1923-2007) - Poet, actress and mother of filmmakers Anna Campion and Jane Campion. She appears in the former's 1989 short The Audition and in the latter's 1990 feature An Angel at My Table. She died September 16 in Otaki, Manawatu, New Zealand. (ABC Radio Australia)
  • Mark Copeland (1962-207) - Steadicam operator for The Gravedancers, National Lampoon's Pucked, The Ultimate Gift and the upcoming The Key Man. He died in a helicopter crash September 11, in Sarasota, Florida. (CBC-Raleigh)
  • Joel Fein (c.1944-2007) - Oscar-nominated sound mixer for The Buddy Holly Story. He was also a recording sound mixer for Blade Runner and Fletch Lives and the restorations of Bridge on the River Kwai and Spartacus. As a sound re-recording mixer, he worked on Back to the Future II, Midnight Run, The Hard Way, Ghost Dad and Gary Sinise's Of Mice and Men, and as a score mixer, he worked on Bachelor Party. Later in his life he concentrated on television work, for which he won an Emmy and was nominated twice more. He died September 22 in Wichita. (The Wichita Eagle)
  • Alice Ghostley (1926-2007) - Character actress (pictured) best known for her television roles on Bewitched and Designing Women. She is familiar to Grease fans as the film's automotive shop teacher, Mrs. Murdock. She also appears in The Graduate, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Flim-Flam Man, The Odd Couple II and as herself in the documentary Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age. She died of cancer September 21, in Studio City, California. (NY Times)
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