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• Carol Lynley. a stalwart of 1960s film and television perhaps best known for The Poseidon Adventure (in which she played a singer, though her songs were dubbed), has passed away at age 77. The cause of death was said to be a heart attack.

Among her other credits: Return to Peyton Place, Under the Yum Yum Tree, Bunny Lake Is Missing, The Pleasure Seekers, and The Cardinal, as well as TV shows that included “The Big Valley,” “Mannix,” “It Takes a Thief,” “Night Gallery,” “The Invaders,” “Kojak,” and “Hawaii Five-O.”
KC's View:
I know this may seem like an odd obit to write here - Lynley was something of a bit Hollywood player who had a couple of big moments, to the extent that I’m surprised that she didn’t show up in Once Upon A Time … in Hollywood. But I had a bit of a crush on her when I was a teenager, especially because of her roles in the pilots for “The Night Stalker” (with Darren McGavin) and “The Immortal” (with Christopher George).

So I figured, what the hell.