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He died after fracturing his skull in a fall, his son Harry said. "Fiddler on the Roof," based on Sholem Aleichem's short stories about a Jewish milkman and his family who face terrifying change in a small Russian village in 1905, opened on Broadway in 1964. Before "Fiddler," he had won glowing reviews for "Enter Laughing," a comedy, based on a book by Carl Reiner, about a Jewish boy who wants to become an actor. S. Neil Fujita, a graphic designer who used avantgarde painting and photography to create some of the most striking album covers of the 1950s, and who designed the visually arresting book jackets for "In Cold Blood" and "The Godfather," died Oct. He was 89.Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 11/01/2013 - 7:17am.
The cause was complications of a stroke, his son Kenji said. Fujita was hired by Columbia Records in 1954 to build an inhouse design team that would sustain the legacy of the label's renowned designer Alex Steinweiss and compete with the innovative work being done at jazz labels like Blue Note. On the Dave Brubeck album "Time Out," Fujita used his own brightly colored geometric abstractions to suggest an upbeat sense of movement.
Richard T. Gill, in all statistical probability the only Harvard economist to sing 86 performances with the Metropolitan Opera, died Oct. He was 82. The cause was heart failure, his son Peter said. Gill, a longtime Harvard faculty member who wrote many widely Cheap North Face Jackets economics textbooks, did not undertake serious vocal training (which he began as an antismoking regimen) until he was nearly 40.
But after a few years of study a worldclass voice emerged. A basso profundo, Gill began performing featured roles with the New York City Opera in the early 1970s. Soon afterward he joined the Met, where between 1973 and 1976 he sang alongside luminaries like Placido Domingo, Beverly Sills, Kiri Te Kanawa and Shirley Verrett. Lisa Blount, who played Debra Winger's best friend in the 1982 movie "An Officer and a Gentleman" and later shared an Academy Award as executive producer of the liveaction short film "The Accountant," was found dead in her home in Little Rock, Ark., last Wednesday by her mother. She was 53.
Her mother, Louise Blount, told police that her daughter had been suffering for 17 years with a condition similar to multiple sclerosis. Her role as Lynette Pomeroy, the calculating girlfriend of David Keith's navalaviation cadet in "An Officer and a Gentleman," earned her a Golden Globe nomination.
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