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Prince of Perversion
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Dixie Carter, the "Designing Women" star who used her charm and stately beauty in a host of roles on Broadway and television, died Saturday. She was 70.

Publicist Steve Rohr, who represents Carter and her husband, actor Hal Holbrook, said Carter died Saturday morning. He would not disclose where she died or the cause of death. Carter and Holbrook lived in the Los Angeles area.
 

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You freaked me out posting "Dixie Carter passed away" but I see that it was another Dixie Carter.

Anyways, never really heard of her, but my condolences to her family for their loss.
 

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The Power Of Three Will Set You Free
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There really is another Dixie Carter just incase you rude ass people dont know, a person died and your too worry about a crappy wrestling company.
 

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Yes, the TNA Dixie Carter is actually not known by most people, believe it or not.

That doesn't matter here though.

Dixie Carter was a good Southern woman.
 
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