Elisabeth Brooks, 46, an actress seen on television shows...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

September 17, 1997

Elisabeth Brooks, 46, an actress seen on television shows such as "The Rockford Files" and "Hart to Hart" but perhaps best-remembered as the villainess in "The Howling," died of cancer Sept. 7 in Palm Springs, Calif.

Roger Frey, 84, a close aide to Gen. Charles de Gaulle who as interior minister crushed a revolt by French settlers opposed to Algerian independence, died Saturday in Paris of a stroke.

Will Hare, 81, a founding member of the Actors Studio who appeared on Broadway, in television and in movies over a four-decade career, died of a heart attack Aug. 31 in New York. His first film was "The Wrong Man," directed by Alfred Hitchcock. On television he appeared in "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman."

Pub Date: 9/17/97

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