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reported events that occurred at 17 East 77th Street on February 22nd, 1980

Dick Kallman (July 7, 1933 – February 22, 1980) was an American actor. After working on the New York stage where he won a Theater World Award for his performance in the 1951 Broadway musical Seventeen, Kallman starred in the title role of the 1965–1966 television sitcom Hank. He returned to Broadway, taking over the leading role in the musical Half a Sixpence. Kallman played non-recurring roles in TV series such as The Jack Benny Show, Bachelor Father and Medical Center. He also acted in episodes 110 and 111 of Batman, playing Little Louie Groovy, a takeoff on record producer Phil Spector. Kallman had from youth exhibited an appreciation of fine antique furnishings and an acumen for business. Kallman formed a music publishing company in 1966. By the late 1970s, he had retired from show business and was a wealthy antiques and art dealer and living with Stephen Szladek, his life partner, in a Manhattan apartment. Kallman and Szladek were murdered by three intruders in 1980 during a robbery of the art, antiques and jewelry in their apartment. The killers later were caught and convicted. ~Excerpts from Wikipedia

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https://www.nytimes.com/1980/02/23/archives/antiques-dealer-assistant-killed-on-the-east-side-two-found-shot-to.html

Antiques Dealer, Assistant Killed On the East Side; Two Found Shot to Death in a Luxury Apartment No Weapons Recovered Featured in Magazine Article Chair Was 'Good-Luck Piece' (Published 1980)

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