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Topic - Luke Perry
Friends and acquaintances are lending support to an Arizona mother who lost her three children and her ex-husband in a plane crash in the Superstition Mountains.
A small airplane slammed into a sheer cliff in the mile-high mountains east of Phoenix and exploded, killing the six people onboard, including the pilot and his three young children who were to spend the Thanksgiving weekend with him, authorities said.
Luke Perry says having his former "90210" co-star Jason Priestley direct his new TV film wasn't exactly a reunion because they stayed close friends even after moving on from the teen drama.
Perry says the friendship and trust he shared with Priestley created a sort of "shorthand" when it came to filming.
NEW YORK (AP) - Luke Perry says having his former "90210" co-star Jason Priestley direct his new TV film wasn't exactly a reunion because they stayed close friends even after moving on from the teen drama.