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Lifetime Wants To Get In On The Manson Murder Business

Looks like the David Duchovny-led Aquarius has done wonders for the telling-stories-about-Charles-Manson business, and Lifetime is looking to milk the cash cow. However, Manson and his story won’t necessarily be the focus of the new television movie. 115 more words

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A cool U.N.C.L.E. publicity still (1965)

Toward the end of the first season of The Man From U.N.C.L.E., David McCallum, playing Illya Kuryakin, posed for a series of publicity stills during production of The Girls of Nazarone Affair, the next-to-last episode of the show’s first season. 89 more words

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Bugliosi was more than a prosecutor

Vincent Bugliosi earned his chops when he prosecuted one of the most hideous crimes of the 20th century and sent several ruthless killers to prison for the rest of their lives. 276 more words

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Vincent Bugliosi, 'Helter Skelter' Author, Dies At 80

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Vincent Bugliosi was an anonymous junior member of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office when he was handed the case that, for better or worse, would define his life: the prosecution of one of America’s most notorious mass murderers, Charles Manson. 862 more words

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Vincent Bugliosi, Prosecutor In Manson Trial, Dies At 80

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — Vincent Bugliosi, the legendary prosecutor responsible for putting Charles Manson behind bars, has died. He was 80.

His family confirmed to CBS2 that he died over the weekend. 179 more words

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Sharon Tate three quarter profile

Sharon Tate: born 24 Jan 1943, Dallas Texas; died 9 August 1969 Benedict Canyon, Los Angeles California.

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Sharon Tate looking

Sharon Tate: born 24 Jan 1943, Dallas Texas; died 9 August 1969 Benedict Canyon, Los Angeles California. Photographed by Bill Ray 1968.

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