Herbert Kline, 89, a documentary filmmaker who sneaked...

Deaths Elsewhere

February 15, 1999

Herbert Kline, 89, a documentary filmmaker who sneaked into Eastern Europe to film the Nazi conquest and later told the story of the Holocaust, died Feb. 5 in Los Angeles. His 1940 film, "Lights Out in Europe," documented Hitler's invasion of Poland. He also worked with author John Steinbeck on a 1941 film about peasant life in Mexico, "The Forgotten Village."

Irwin C. "Watty" Watson, 70, a comedian and musician who appeared in nightclubs and on television, stage and cruise ships, died Feb. 1 of a heart attack in Orlando, Fla. He was a comedy star on "That Was The Week That Was" with David Frost; a regular on the "Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson; and he appeared with Ed Sullivan, Steve Allen, Virginia Graham, Mike Douglas and on other shows.

Pub Date: 2/15/99

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