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MOVIES & TELEVISION: Gene Barry, Star of The War of the Worlds, Bat Masterson, Dead at 90.

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Barry, who was born Eugene Klass, changed his surname to Barry as a nod to John Barrymore. In a career that spanned fifty-five years, Barry is best known to most of the world for the George Pal movie and Bat Masterson – a role he only took because it was not a run-of-the-mill Western, but rather was based on the career of a real marshal who dressed like a Eastern dandy, with a brocade vest, derby hat and a gold-tipped cane.

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