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Broadway and television producer
 
Broadway and television producer
   
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[[File:Hildyparks.jpg|thumb|256px|Hildy Parks before her off-screen death in ''Fail-Safe''.]]
   
   
 
== Film Deaths ==
 
== Film Deaths ==
* '''Fail-Safe (1964''') [''Betty Black'']: Killed (off-screen) when her husband ([[Dan O'Herlihy]]) has to drop a nuclear bomb on New York City as a sacrifice to prevent all-out war with the Soviets; the bombing is depicted by a series of freeze-frames of city life, followed by a black screen and the closing credits.
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* '''''Fail-Safe'' (1964''') [''Betty Black'']: Killed (off-screen) when her husband ([[Dan O'Herlihy]]) has to drop a nuclear bomb on New York City as a sacrifice to prevent all-out war with the Soviets; the bombing is depicted by a series of freeze-frames of city life, followed by a black screen and the closing credits.
   
 
== Notable Connections ==
 
== Notable Connections ==

Revision as of 22:32, 21 October 2016

Hildy Parks (1926 - 2004)

Broadway and television producer

Hildy Parks before her off-screen death in Fail-Safe.


Film Deaths

  • Fail-Safe (1964) [Betty Black]: Killed (off-screen) when her husband (Dan O'Herlihy) has to drop a nuclear bomb on New York City as a sacrifice to prevent all-out war with the Soviets; the bombing is depicted by a series of freeze-frames of city life, followed by a black screen and the closing credits.

Notable Connections

  • Ex-Mrs. Jackie Cooper
  • Mrs. Alexander H. Cohen (producer) (widowed)