Tammy Grimes
Harve Presnell dies at 75; commanding baritone in Broadway musicals

Harve Presnell, the commanding baritone who starred in such Broadway musicals as "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" and "Annie," died of pancreatic cancer Tuesday at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica, according to his agent, Gregg Klein. The actor was 75. Although best known for his roles in musical theater, Presnell also appeared on television, including a three-year run in the NBC series "The Pretender," and in such movies as "When the Boys Meet the Girls" (1965), "The Glory Guys" (1965) and "Paint Your Wagon" (1969). In the latter movie, his rendition of "They Call the Wind Mariah" was singled out by critics as...