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December 13, 1988 | NINA J. EASTON, Times Staff Writer
Signaling an official end to his 18-year partnership with David Brown, film producer Richard Zanuck announced Monday that he is forming a development company with his wife and financier Jerry Perenchio. The Zanuck/Brown team--which over the years has produced such box office winners as "The French Connection," "The Sting," and "Jaws"--had been drifting apart for some time. Although Brown was listed as a producer on "Cocoon: The Return," released Nov.
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March 22, 2001 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Who is Jerry Perenchio? Who is this man who swooped in after a quarter-century hiatus from the boxing business and snatched Oscar De La Hoya, the sport's prize cash cow among nonheavyweight fighters, right out from under promoter Bob Arum, a man who prides himself on being one of boxing's shrewdest operators? If you don't know Perenchio, you're obviously not one of L.A.'
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March 22, 2001 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Who is Jerry Perenchio? Who is this man who swooped in after a quarter-century hiatus from the boxing business and snatched Oscar De La Hoya, the sport's prize cash cow among nonheavyweight fighters, right out from under promoter Bob Arum, a man who prides himself on being one of boxing's shrewdest operators? If you don't know Perenchio, you're obviously not one of L.A.'
ENTERTAINMENT
December 13, 1988 | NINA J. EASTON, Times Staff Writer
Signaling an official end to his 18-year partnership with David Brown, film producer Richard Zanuck announced Monday that he is forming a development company with his wife and financier Jerry Perenchio. The Zanuck/Brown team--which over the years has produced such box office winners as "The French Connection," "The Sting," and "Jaws"--had been drifting apart for some time. Although Brown was listed as a producer on "Cocoon: The Return," released Nov.
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July 3, 1985 | JACK MATHEWS, Times Staff Writer
"Back to the Future," which opens today across the country, officially launches TV star Michael J. Fox in feature films. But the feature he actually made first comes second. "Teen Wolf," a low-budget horror spoof in which Fox plays a timid teen-ager whose genetic clock turns him into both a werewolf and the high school hunk, was made just before "Back to the Future," but won't be released until Aug. 9, nearly five weeks later.
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August 19, 2002 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Roger Rex Adams, 69, theatrical agent who traveled the world with singer Glen Campbell and the entertainer's manager, Stan Schneider, died of cancer Aug. 10 in Santa Fe, N.M. A native of Warren, Ohio, Adams was educated at Choate School in Wallingford, Conn., and Dennison University in Granville, Ohio. He served in the Army and initially worked in his family's insurance business.
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December 8, 1996
"In Xanadu did Kubla Khan / A stately pleasure dome decree." Ever since William Randolph Hearst built his own Xanadu at San Simeon, California has laid claim to some of the nation's most ostentatious expressions of wealth. From Lynn Atkinson's "House of the Golden Doorknobs" to David Geffen's self-described "act of grandiosity," Los Angeles' four great estates are all that remain of a time and a place when glamour and grandeur knew no limit. * Bellagio House, Bellagio Road, Bel-Air.
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January 23, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A former Fresno resident who enjoyed the zoo when he was a young boy with little money -- and who now is a Los Angeles media mogul -- gave $10,000 to the Chaffee Zoo this week, raising the total donations and pledges to nearly $180,000. Univision CEO Jerry Perenchio was moved by a 9-year-old girl's efforts to save the zoo, which may lose its accreditation if it is not able to raise the funds for necessary maintenance.
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January 21, 1993 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Industry Biggies: A who's who of industry figures has been signed up to serve on a new board of advisers for the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. The board will help strengthen UCLA-industry ties while assisting with goal planning, developing resources and reviewing curriculum. The executive committee includes Michael Ovitz, Debbie Allen, Quincy Jones, Sherry Lansing, Ron Meyer, Rick Nicita and Jack Rapke.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 2010
Top 10 donors to political causes Individuals who contributed the most money to California political candidates and ballot-measure campaigns from Jan. 1, 2000, to Dec. 31, 2009: Steve Bing , Southern California businessman... $58,050,783 Steve Poizner , state insurance commissioner, candidate for governor ... $43,205,282 Steve Westly, former state controller, 2006 candidate for governor ... $41,728,277 Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger ... $25,871,398 Jerry Perenchio , former owner of Univision Communication Inc. ... $23,267,738 Meg Whitman , candidate for governor.
SPORTS
December 22, 2000 | STEVE SPRINGER
Judge Matt Byrne told lawyers representing Oscar De La Hoya and Bob Arum on Thursday that he will rule on the request for a summary judgment in their legal battle within the next two weeks. De La Hoya, who lost his World Boxing Council welterweight title to Shane Mosley last June, is trying to sever his legal ties to Arum, his promoter for the last eight years. De La Hoya wants to replace Arum with Jerry Perenchio.
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