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May 15, 1997
L. Jeffrey Selznick, 64, son of the legendary Daniel O. Selznick and himself a producer. The younger Selznick and his brother, Daniel, were co-executive producers of the Peabody Award-winning documentary "The Making of a Legend: 'Gone With The Wind.' " The documentary inaugurated Turner Network Television and marked the 50th anniversary of the landmark film produced by the Selznicks' late father.
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May 15, 1997
L. Jeffrey Selznick, 64, son of the legendary Daniel O. Selznick and himself a producer. The younger Selznick and his brother, Daniel, were co-executive producers of the Peabody Award-winning documentary "The Making of a Legend: 'Gone With The Wind.' " The documentary inaugurated Turner Network Television and marked the 50th anniversary of the landmark film produced by the Selznicks' late father.
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BUSINESS
June 19, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Turner Sued Over 'Gone With the Wind': Heirs of 1930s movie agent Myron Selznick, who co-owned Selznick International Pictures with his brother, legendary producer David O. Selznick, sued Turner Entertainment, alleging the company hasn't properly accounted for money they claim they are owed from the film. Turner acquired the film in 1986 when it bought the MGM movie library. Myron Selznick, who died in 1944, left his interest in the film to his daughter, Joan Selznick Grill, who died in 1989.
BUSINESS
June 19, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Turner Sued Over 'Gone With the Wind': Heirs of 1930s movie agent Myron Selznick, who co-owned Selznick International Pictures with his brother, legendary producer David O. Selznick, sued Turner Entertainment, alleging the company hasn't properly accounted for money they claim they are owed from the film. Turner acquired the film in 1986 when it bought the MGM movie library. Myron Selznick, who died in 1944, left his interest in the film to his daughter, Joan Selznick Grill, who died in 1989.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 6, 1988 | TAMMY SIMS
David O. Selznick, the legendary producer of "Gone With the Wind," was, in the words of his sons Jeffrey and Daniel Selznick, a cheerful, charming, arrogant madman who was passionate about making movies and throwing a good party. To Hollywood film makers, Selznick was a compulsive gambler who loved to play high stakes when it came to making movies. His employees called him a terribly disorganized "man of memos," and the public called him crazy to spend $3 million on one film.
NEWS
October 11, 1990 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Irene Mayer Selznick, a Broadway producer who was the daughter of movie magnate Louis B. Mayer and former wife of the late film producer David O. Selznick, died Wednesday in New York City. She was 83. Mrs. Selznick died at her apartment in the posh Hotel Pierre on Manhattan's 5th Avenue of complications of breast cancer, according to her son, Daniel Mayer Selznick. As a producer, Mrs. Selznick preferred legitimate theater to the film world that made her father and husband household names.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1998 | ANN W. O'NEILL
A case that's no laughing matter . . . a rebel with a clause . . . Melissa Gilbert wins a round in the tabloid wars . . . and a federal lawsuit is "Gone With the Wind." Every 20 years or so, Kent Goodman finds himself fighting to protect his idea for the television show "Make Me Laugh." Before, a telegram or letter used to do the trick. Now, it takes a lawsuit. Goodman's suit, filed recently in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, reads like a TV time capsule.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 13, 2005 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
"The Big Parade," King Vidor's seminal World War I epic, is 80 years old this year, an occasion the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will mark Friday with the West Coast premiere screening of a print newly restored by Warner Bros. The 19-piece Robert Israel Orchestra will accompany the silent film.
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May 21, 2006 | David Thomson, Special to The Times
HERE is your starter question. In the following four trios, explain what the three people have in common, and identify what unifies each of the groupings: a. Alan Hale; Henry Blanke; Sid Hickox b. Arthur Freed; Joseph Ruttenberg; Frank Morgan c. Travis Banton; Daniel L. Fapp; Victor Young d. Albert S.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 6, 1988 | TAMMY SIMS
David O. Selznick, the legendary producer of "Gone With the Wind," was, in the words of his sons Jeffrey and Daniel Selznick, a cheerful, charming, arrogant madman who was passionate about making movies and throwing a good party. To Hollywood film makers, Selznick was a compulsive gambler who loved to play high stakes when it came to making movies. His employees called him a terribly disorganized "man of memos," and the public called him crazy to spend $3 million on one film.
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