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August 17, 1989 | LARRYL LYNCH, Times Staff Writer
The arena was small, and the smoke filtered the already dim lights. The milling crowd loaded up on food and drink, preparing for another night of club boxing. A tall, strapping man stood near the ring. He was a bit nervous, and with reason. In a few minutes, Bill Scott would step into the ring for the first time--for the first time without gloves. On this night in Reseda, Scott, a West Los Angeles resident and former professional boxer, is making his debut as a pro boxing referee and judge.
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SPORTS
August 13, 1989 | LARRYL LYNCH, Times Staff Writer
The arena was small, and the smoke filtered the already dim lights. The milling crowd loaded up on food and drink, preparing for another night of club boxing. A tall, strapping man stood near the ring. He was a bit nervous, and with reason. In a few minutes, Bill Scott would step into the ring for the first time--for the first time without gloves. On this night in Reseda, Scott, a West Los Angeles resident and former professional boxer, is making his debut as a pro boxing referee and judge.
NEWS
December 1, 1985 | CATALINA CAMIA, Times Staff Writer
Bill Scott, the voice of cartoon characters Bullwinkle and Dudley Do-Right, has died at his Tujunga home after suffering a heart attack. He was 65. Scott, who died Friday, was best known as the head writer, co-producer and the voice of several characters from the popular "Rocky and His Friends" show, starring a flying squirrel named Rocky and his moose sidekick, Bullwinkle. The show began in 1959 and spun off several other programs, running through 1973. The shows are still being rerun.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 1, 1985 | CATALINA CAMIA, Times Staff Writer
Bill Scott, the voice of cartoon characters Bullwinkle and Dudley Do-Right, has died at his San Fernando Valley home after suffering a heart attack. He was 65. Scott, who died Friday, was best known as the head writer, co-producer and the voice of several characters from the popular "Rocky and His Friends" show, starring a flying squirrel named Rocky and his moose sidekick, Bullwinkle. The show began in 1959 and spun off several other programs, running through 1973.
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