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July 6, 1991
An Encino film executive is facing felony theft and tax charges for allegedly bilking a Canadian film company out of more than $300,000 in distribution rights to the movie "Revenge of the Radioactive Reporter," Los Angeles County prosecutors said Friday. Howard Gerald Goldfarb, 49, is scheduled to be arraigned in Los Angeles Municipal Court on July 19 on charges of grand theft and failure to file state corporate and personal income tax returns, the district attorney's office said.
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April 14, 1993 | ALICIA DI RADO
An Encino movie distributor who embezzled more than half a million dollars from a Canadian film company was sentenced Tuesday to more than six years in prison. Howard Goldfarb, 50, was tried in Los Angeles Superior Court and was sentenced to six years and four months imprisonment, the maximum penalty for grand theft and tax evasion, Deputy Dist. Atty. Richard Rosenthal said. He was also fined $40,000, and must pay $377,500 in restitution to Pryceless Productions Ltd.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1993 | ALICIA DI RADO
An Encino movie distributor who embezzled more than half a million dollars from a Canadian film company was sentenced Tuesday to more than six years in prison. Howard Goldfarb, 50, was tried in Los Angeles Superior Court and was sentenced to six years and four months imprisonment, the maximum penalty for grand theft and tax evasion, Deputy Dist. Atty. Richard Rosenthal said. He was also fined $40,000, and must pay $377,500 in restitution to Pryceless Productions Ltd.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1991
An Encino film executive is facing felony theft and tax charges for allegedly bilking a Canadian film company out of more than $300,000 in distribution rights to the movie "Revenge of the Radioactive Reporter," Los Angeles County prosecutors said Friday. Howard Gerald Goldfarb, 49, is scheduled to be arraigned in Los Angeles Municipal Court on July 19 on charges of grand theft and failure to file state corporate and personal income tax returns, the district attorney's office said.
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