* Robert Hutton, 73, who appeared in dozens of movies in...


August 13, 1994

* Robert Hutton, 73, who appeared in dozens of movies in the 1940s and 1950s, died Aug. 7 in Kingston, N.Y. He was best known for 1944's "Hollywood Canteen," in which he played the young soldier who falls in love with an actress. Born Robert Bruce Winne, he first appeared in 1943's "Destination Tokyo" with Cary Grant. In his last film, 1975's "The New Roof," he played Alexander Hamilton.

* Hidalgo Moya, 74, an architect who designed a soaring, 300-foot-tall reflective needle to symbolize Britain's postwar hopes, died in London Aug. 3. He and partner Philip Powell designed the glittering Skylon for the Festival of Britain in 1951. .. He also designed the British pavilion for the Expo-70 international trade fair in Osaka, Japan, in 1970.

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