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March 19, 1999 | LISA MEYER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Six months ago, Hugo Stevenson was a food delivery guy in the San Fernando Valley with a good idea, but no clue how to run a business. Two months ago, life wasn't improving. Stevenson was broke and $90,000 in debt. But last month he was standing in a showroom at Toy Fair here with the rights to turn Sid and Marty Krofft's creatures--from Krofft-created TV shows like "H.R. Pufnstuf," "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters" and "The Bugaloos"--into toys.
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March 19, 1999 | LISA MEYER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Six months ago, Hugo Stevenson was a food delivery guy in the San Fernando Valley with a good idea, but no clue how to run a business. Two months ago, life wasn't improving. Stevenson was broke and $90,000 in debt. But last month he was standing in a showroom at Toy Fair here with the rights to turn Sid and Marty Krofft's creatures--from Krofft-created TV shows like "H.R. Pufnstuf," "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters" and "The Bugaloos"--into toys.
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October 17, 2002 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
The Kings were in a panic. Less than 48 hours before their game against the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night at Staples Center, Mattias Norstrom was stuck on the docks in San Pedro, trapped in a shipping container. Jason Allison had been flown in from China to save the day. "It was pretty stressful," said Kurt Schwartzkopf, the club's director of sales and marketing.
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