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Soul Train Don Cornelius


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Soul Train Don Cornelius - “Soul Train”; creator Don Cornelius was found dead at his Sherman Oaks on home on Wednesday morning.

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Soul Train Don Cornelius

  1. 1. SEARCH LATEST NEWS Soul Train Don Cornelius Home Privacy ArchiveSOUL TRAIN DON CORNELIUSPOSTED BY EIZ ON THURSDAY, 19 JANUARY, 2012, 7:14 AM GO   Soul-Train-Don-Cornelius.png "Soul Train" creator Don Cornelius was found dead at his Sherman Oaks on home on Wednesday morning. Share |SOUL TRAIN DON CORNELIUS POSTED BYO EIZ N THURSDAY, 19 JANUARY, 2012, 7:14 AM Subscribe/Manage Account Place Ad LAT Store Jobs Cars Real Estate Rentals Classifieds Custom Publishing LocalHOME LOCAL L.A. Now Politics Crime Education O.C. Westside Neighborhoods Environment Obituaries U.S. Politics Nation Now Politics Now Top of the Ticket Science & Environment Obituaries Religion WORLD World Now Afghanistan war Africa Americas Asia Europe Middle East Business Money & Co. Technology Personal Finance Small Business Company Town Jobs Real Estate Cars SPORTS Lakers Clippers Dodgers Angels NFL Ducks/Kings USC UCLA College Football Preps Scores/Stats ENTERTAINMENT Movies Television Music Celebrity Arts & Culture Industry Awards Calendar Health Booster Shots Fitness & Nutrition Medicine Behavior Healthcare Reform Hospitals Living Home Food Image Books Parenting Magazine Reader Photos Summer Guide Travel California Hawaii Mexico Las Vegas Europe Asia Australia Travel & Deal Blog Opinion Editorials Op-Ed Letters Opinion L.A. Law enforcement sources said police arrived at Cornelius home around 4 a.m. He apparently died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the case was ongoing. "Weve been in discussions with several people about getting a movie off the ground. It wouldnt be the Soul Train dance show, it would be more of a biographical look at the project," he said. "Its going to be about some of the things that really happened on the show." According to a Times article, Cornelius’   “Soul Train”  became the longest-running first-run nationally syndicated show in television history, bringing African American music and style to the world for 35 years. The sources say he was discovered by a family member early Wednesday morning, suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. He was rushed to a hospital, where doctors pronounced him dead.] L.A. Now is the Los Angeles Times’ breaking news section for Southern California. It is produced by more than 80 reporters and editors in The Times’  Metro section, reporting from the paper’s