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February 12, 2006 | Rachel Abramowitz, Times Staff Writer
TAKASHIGE ICHISE is enthroned on a stately rattan chair in the pool cabana of his new mansion in the hills. Samuel Goldwyn used to own this airy remnant of old-time Hollywood glamour, so it's fitting that Ichise, one of the biggest movie moguls in Japan, has assumed this abode.
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February 12, 2006 | Rachel Abramowitz, Times Staff Writer
TAKASHIGE ICHISE is enthroned on a stately rattan chair in the pool cabana of his new mansion in the hills. Samuel Goldwyn used to own this airy remnant of old-time Hollywood glamour, so it's fitting that Ichise, one of the biggest movie moguls in Japan, has assumed this abode.
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October 6, 2002 | CHRIS WARREN, Chris Warren is a freelance writer living in Santa Monica.
An eerie quiet pervades Dimension Films' offices in West Hollywood. Mostly abandoned since the bulk of the studio's staff moved to new headquarters on Sunset Boulevard, the cavernous complex feels downright tomb-like compared to the typically frenetic pace of business at a studio such as Warner Bros. But Roy Lee isn't complaining as he picks a Japanese movie with a goofy title from a pile in his office and slips it into his DVD player.
MAGAZINE
October 6, 2002 | CHRIS WARREN, Chris Warren is a freelance writer living in Santa Monica.
An eerie quiet pervades Dimension Films' offices in West Hollywood. Mostly abandoned since the bulk of the studio's staff moved to new headquarters on Sunset Boulevard, the cavernous complex feels downright tomb-like compared to the typically frenetic pace of business at a studio such as Warner Bros. But Roy Lee isn't complaining as he picks a Japanese movie with a goofy title from a pile in his office and slips it into his DVD player.
SPORTS
November 24, 1989
Roy Lee (Chucky) Mullins, paralyzed below the shoulders since Oct. 28, may be at the Liberty Bowl for Mississippi's expected appearance on Dec. 28. Mullins, who has been hospitalized since he broke four vertabrae in his neck during a game against Vanderbilt, could attend the game unless his recovery slows, doctors said. Mississippi is expected to play Air Force.
NEWS
February 5, 1992 | Associated Press
A black man has been sentenced to die for the shooting death of a white construction worker moments after allegedly declaring, "I want to kill a white person." Roy Lee Williams, 26, was sentenced Monday by Common Pleas Court Judge John J. Poserina for the murder of James McDonald, 29, in July, 1988.
NEWS
January 21, 1987 | Associated Press
Ailing former Teamsters President Roy Lee Williams has been denied a request to be paroled from a federal prison hospital in Missouri, where he is serving a 10-year term for conspiring to bribe a U.S. senator, a Justice Department spokesman said today.
SPORTS
November 24, 1989
Roy Lee (Chucky) Mullins, paralyzed below the shoulders since Oct. 28, may be at the Liberty Bowl for Mississippi's expected appearance on Dec. 28. Mullins, who has been hospitalized since he broke four vertabrae in his neck during a game against Vanderbilt, could attend the game unless his recovery slows, doctors said. Mississippi is expected to play Air Force.
SPORTS
February 1, 1986
Utility infielder Mario Ramirez reached a verbal agreement Friday with the Padres on a one-year contract. Terms were not disclosed. Pitcher Roy Lee Jackson also is reported close to signing a Padre contract, which would leave only two of the five players who have filed for arbitration unsigned. They are center fielder Kevin McReynolds and pitcher Mark Thurmond.
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