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September 5, 1990 | JEFF KAYE
The group of 13 West End theaters left by Australian businessman Robert Holmes a Court--including the Theater Royal Drury Lane, where the smash musical "Miss Saigon" is running--will remain under family control, his company said Tuesday. But despite the announcement, speculation continued here over the future of the group, Stoll Moss Theaters, which owns about 25% of the commercial stages in London's "theaterland."
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September 5, 1990 | JEFF KAYE
The group of 13 West End theaters left by Australian businessman Robert Holmes a Court--including the Theater Royal Drury Lane, where the smash musical "Miss Saigon" is running--will remain under family control, his company said Tuesday. But despite the announcement, speculation continued here over the future of the group, Stoll Moss Theaters, which owns about 25% of the commercial stages in London's "theaterland."
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January 2, 1991 | From Times Wire Services
Robert Holmes a Court, once Australia's richest man, left no will for his multimillion-dollar business empire when he died of a heart attack last year, the family lawyer said today. The South African-born Holmes a Court, 53, suffered a fatal heart attack at his ranch near Perth on Sept. 2.
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