• Ann Chegwidden(1921-2007) - Editor of Trial of Error (aka The Dock Brief), which starred Peter Sellers and Richard Attenborough, as well as the Dr. Who film Daleks' Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D., the 1971 Black Beauty, and Roger Corman's The Masque of the Red Death. She died September 6. (Guardian)
  • Ève Curie (1904-2007) - Daughter of famed scientists Pierre and Marie Curie. She wrote the book about her parents used for the 1943 Mervyn LeRoy film Madame Curie. In that film, Ève was portrayed by an 18-month-old Gigi Perreau. She died October 22 in New York City. (NY Times)
  • Peter Hume(1953-2007) - Professional wrestler who played "The Stomach" in Meatballs. He died October 22 in Mechanicville, New York. (AP)
  • Moira Lister(1923-2007) - Actress who co-starred in Trouble in Store, The Yellow Rolls-Royce, which featured an all-star cast including Ingrid Bergman and Alain Delon, The Cruel Sea, in which she played Denholm Elliott's wife, and the 1989 adaptation of Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians. She just recently appeared in the recent British disaster flick Flood. She died October 27 in Cape Town, South Africa. (Independent)
  • Bobby Mauch (1921-2007) - One of a twin pair of teen actors ("The Mauch Twins", both pictured) who starred as the title characters opposite Errol Flynn and Claude Rains in 1937's The Prince and the Pauper. The duo also starred in Penrod and His Twin Brother and Penrod's Double Trouble. A little over a year after his twin brother, Billy, passed away, Bobby died of heart failure October 15, in Santa Rosa, California. (NY Times)
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