Famous People Who Died in 1989
View famous people who died in 1989 such as Lucille Ball, Ted Bundy, and Ferdinand Marcos.
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profile name: Lucille Ball profile occupation: Television Actress, Comedian
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profile name: Salvador Dalí profile occupation: Painter
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profile name: Ted Bundy profile occupation: Murderer, Serial Killer
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profile name: Alvin Ailey profile occupation: Choreographer
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profile name: Huey P. Newton profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist
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profile name: Ferdinand Marcos profile occupation: Lawyer, Dictator
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