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April 13, 1990 | ALAN CITRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Giancarlo Parretti, the flamboyant Italian entertainment mogul who is vying for control of MGM/UA Communications Co., reportedly made anti-Semitic remarks in an interview with an Italian newspaper. According to today's issue of Business Week magazine, Parretti allegedly said, "Jews have ganged up on me."
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May 3, 1990 | ALAN CITRON
A court in Rome has reportedly ordered the Italian newspaper L'Unita to publish a statement by Giancarlo Parretti denying that he gave an interview in which he was quoted as making anti-Semitic remarks. Under the court order, which was publicized by Parretti's office but could not be confirmed independently Wednesday, the paper is required to print the statement in equivalent size and type to the original newspaper article. Parretti--the co-president of Pathe Communications Co.
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BUSINESS
May 3, 1990 | ALAN CITRON
A court in Rome has reportedly ordered the Italian newspaper L'Unita to publish a statement by Giancarlo Parretti denying that he gave an interview in which he was quoted as making anti-Semitic remarks. Under the court order, which was publicized by Parretti's office but could not be confirmed independently Wednesday, the paper is required to print the statement in equivalent size and type to the original newspaper article. Parretti--the co-president of Pathe Communications Co.
BUSINESS
April 13, 1990 | ALAN CITRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Giancarlo Parretti, the flamboyant Italian entertainment mogul who is vying for control of MGM/UA Communications Co., reportedly made anti-Semitic remarks in an interview with an Italian newspaper. According to today's issue of Business Week magazine, Parretti allegedly said, "Jews have ganged up on me."
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April 17, 1990 | ALAN CITRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Giancarlo Parretti, defending himself against accusations of anti-Semitism, received backing from an unlikely source on Monday: the chairman of the militant Jewish Defense League. National JDL Chairman Chaim Mizrahi said he considered the comments attributed to Parretti in an Italian newspaper to be "100% false." Mizrahi also said he has "the highest respect" for the Italian movie mogul, who was quoted as saying, "Jews have ganged up on me." Parretti also repudiated the charges on Monday.
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December 4, 1992 | GARRY ABRAMS
Yes, we know Madonna hasn't been wearing much of anything lately. But now Dossier learns that the ubiquitous exhibitionist may license a line of bodywear. And if the deal goes through, the clothes will be relatively modest, at least by Madonna's standards. Bob Marx of Gilda Marx Inc. says the Los Angeles exercise-clothing firm has been approached to design and market a line that would carry Madonna's name. "The deal has not been put to bed . . .
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