March 11, 1998 12:00 AM

Three quiet Hollywood legends: Veteran American Indian actor and environmentalist Oskie “Iron Eyes” Cody, 94, whose work over the course of an 80-year film career included “Little Big Man” and a ’70s TV commercial in which he shed a tear over pollution, Monday, in Los Angeles … Matinee idol of the ’30s David Manners, 98, who played the romantic interest in the original 1931 Bela Lugosi “Dracula” and in Katharine Hepburn’s 1932 screen debut “A Bill of Divorcement” (before he retired from Hollywood in 1936 to become a writer), in Santa Barbara, Dec. 23 … David O. Selznick’s executive assistant on “Gone With the Wind” Marcella Rabwin, 90, who became a civic leader in Beverly Hills (spearheading the campaign to build that city’s library), in San Diego on Christmas Day. Her husband, the late Dr. Marc Rabwin, was the good doctor who delivered Judy Garland.

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