Deaths in July 2005

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The following is a list of notable people who died in July 2005.

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Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence:

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Charles Rex Berry was a professional American football cornerback in the National Football League. He played six seasons for the San Francisco 49ers (1951–1956). He was a star athlete at Carbon High School in Price, Utah and played on several American Legion baseball teams. He combined on a 2-0 shutout of Smithfield with Eldon Rachele in state baseball play. He led Helper to the 1940 American Legion state baseball title.

Gus Bodnar Canadian ice hockey player

August "Gus" Bodnar was a Canadian professional ice hockey centre who played 12 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Black Hawks and Boston Bruins.

William R. "Bill" Frink was an American former news presenter. He served as the sportscaster for Chicago's WLS-TV.

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Ernest Paul Lehman was an American screenwriter. He was nominated six times for Academy Awards for his screenplays during his career, but did not win. At the 73rd Academy Awards in 2001, he received an Honorary Academy Award in recognition of his achievements and his influential works for the screen. His work inspired new generations of screenwriters and captivated filmmakers, actors, film critics, and audiences. He was the first screenwriter to receive that honor. The award was presented to him by Julie Andrews, a friend and star of The Sound of Music.

<i>North by Northwest</i> 1959 film by Alfred Hitchcock

North by Northwest is a 1959 American thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, and James Mason. The screenplay was by Ernest Lehman, who wanted to write "the Hitchcock picture to end all Hitchcock pictures".

Norman Prescott was co-founder and executive producer at Filmation Associates, an animation studio he created with veteran animator Lou Scheimer. Born in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, his real name was Norman Pransky. His father Edward was a tailor and a shirt-maker.

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Siv Ericks actress

Siv Ericks, real name Siv Gustava Essy-Ehsing, was a Swedish actress who performed in 66 Swedish films over a 53-year career.

Nan Kempner was a New York City socialite, famous for dominating society events, shopping, charity work, and fashion.

Alberto Lattuada Italian film director

Alberto Lattuada was an Italian film director.

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Christopher R. "Chris" Bunch was an American science fiction, fantasy and television writer, who wrote and co-wrote about thirty novels.

Bryan Coleman British actor

Bryan Coleman was a British film actor and television actor.

Al Downing (musician) American musician

Al Downing, later known as Big Al Downing, was an American entertainer, singer, songwriter, and pianist. He received the Billboard's New Artist of the Year and the Single of the Year Award in 1979. He was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame and was a frequent performer at the Grand Ole Opry. Downing was nominated as Best New Artist by the Academy of Country Music and appeared on Hee Haw, Nashville Now, and Dick Clark's American Bandstand television programs.

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Leo Breiman American statistician

Leo Breiman was a distinguished statistician at the University of California, Berkeley. He was the recipient of numerous honors and awards, and was a member of the United States National Academy of Science.

Raymond Davis was the original bass singer and one of the founding members of The Parliaments, and subsequently the bands Parliament, and Funkadelic, collectively known as P-Funk. His regular nickname while he was with those groups was "Sting Ray" Davis. Aside from George Clinton, he was the only original member of the Parliaments not to leave the Parliament-Funkadelic conglomerate in 1977. He is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, inducted in 1997 with fifteen other members of Parliament-Funkadelic.

Balkrishna Pandharinath 'Baloo' Guptepronunciation  was an Indian cricketer. He was a leg-spinner.

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