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114- Gary Marshal has died (1934 - 1916)
114- In Memory of Muhammad Ali, 1942-2016
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114- TV Newsman, Stan Chambers died
114- GaryOwens , announcer on "Rowan & Martin's Laught-In" Died. He was 80.
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114- Fans and peers mourn the sad and sudden death of Robin Williams
114- In memory of Casey Kasem, 1932-2014
114- Bill Adrian of the William Adrian Agency Dies, 1919-2014s


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114- Gwen Ifill, Host of "Washington Week" has died
Gwen Ifill, a journalist to her core, who served as the PBS NewsHour's co-anchor and managing editor and, in her own words, sought to always "tell the stories that shed light and spur action," has died from complications of cancer. She was 61.
•••• In addition to co-anchoring the nightly PBS NewsHour, Gwen Ifill had been host of the Friday night program Washington Week since 1999.
•••• In moments big and small, and in the field and on camera, she combined journalistic integrity with a deep humanity, especially when talking directly to the people behind the story. Gwen prided herself on always considering "that someone else may have a better point."
•••• Washington Week's Friday prgram-
paid tribute to Gwen Ifills and celebrated Gwen Ifill's remarkable life and legacy with friends and colleagues who knew her best," said a show spokesperson. Guests included Michele Norris, formerly with NPR, Dan Balz and Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post, ABC's Martha Raddatz, NBC's Pete Williams, Susan Davis of NPR, Rick Berke, formerly with The New York Times and Alexis Simendinger of Real Clear Politics.

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Smartphones change death. When I heard that Gwen Ifill had died on Monday I pulled out my phone and scrolled through the photo album.
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TV Host of Political Commentary Show, Dies At 89
•••• John McLaughlin, the acerbic political commentator who created the long-running public affairs talk show "McLaughlin Group," died Tuesday at his home in Virginia. He was 89.
••••His death came less than two days after he missed the first episode of his show in 34 years.
••••"For over 3 decades, 'The McLaughlin Group' informed millions of Americans. Now he has said bye bye for the last time, to rejoin his beloved dog, Oliver, in heaven. He will always be remembered."
•••• On Sunday, August 14th, his show opened with a note from McLaughlin offering his support and explaining his absence:
••• "Dear friends of The McLaughlin Group, Dr. McLaughlin here. As the panel's recent absences attest, I am under the weather. The final issue of this episode has my voice, but please forgive me
for its weaker than usual quality. Yet my spirit is strong and my dedication to this show remains absolute!"
•••Born March 29, 1927 in Providence, Rhode Island, to an Irish-Catholic family, McLaughlin entered the Jesuit Order of the Catholic Church at the age of 20 in 1947, was ordained as a priest in 1959. He graduated with two master's degrees from Boston College and a PhD from Columbia University.
•••In 1970, McLaughlin ran for the United States Senate against the orders of the church, and lost. Following that, he got a job as a speechwriter for President Richard Nixon. He left the Jesuit Order in 1974 pursued a career in journalism. In 1981, he began a column for The National Review.
••• McLaughlin, created his popular syndicated political commentary show in 1982 and at its height, it was broadcast on 297 PBS stations as well as the three NBC stations, with an estimated 3.5 million viewers, according to The Washington Post.
••• It airs on PBS and a handful of CBS stations and featured a panel of political pundits and journalists (usually Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift, Clarence Page, Tom Rogan, and Mortimer B. Zuckerman) with McLaughlin moderating the discussion from the middle.
•••• "John McLaughlin was one of the most original and appealing television commentators of our time," said Mortimer B. Zuckerman, Chairman and Publisher of The Daily News and a regular panelist on the program.
•••• Along with his fondness for politics and his brash, loud interview style, McLaughlin had a lighter side and named his production company after his beloved pooch, Oliver -- a basset hound that he lived with at the Watergate apartment complex in Washington D.C. -- when he worked as a speechwriter for President Richard Nixon.
•••• He remembered the dog during a year-end episode of "The McLaughlin Group" in 2014 saying, "Person of the year: Pope Francis, especially now that he's told that animals can go to heaven. And Oliver is up there waiting for me."
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•••• Writer-director Garry Marshall known for a string of TV hits that included "Happy Days" and "Laverne & Shirley" and movies "Pretty Woman," "Beaches" and "Runaway Bride," has died. He was 81. 
••••Marshall died Tuesday, July 19th, at a hospital in Burbank of complications from pneumonia after having a stroke, his publicist Michelle Bega said in a statement. 
••••Henry Winkler, who starred as Fonzie on "Happy Days," saluted Marshall in a tweet as "larger than life, funnier than most, wise and the definition of friend." 
••••Richard Gere, who starred opposite Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman," said in a statement that "everyone loved Garry. He was a mentor and a cheerleader and one of the funniest men who ever lived. He had a heart of the purest gold and a soul full of mischief. He was Garry." 
••••Garry Marshall's sister, Penny Marshall who starred in "Laverne & Shirley with Cindy Williams, told the New York Times in 2001 that her brother "has a life. He's not into the show business glitterati. If he has a hot movie, that's great. But if he has something that doesn't do great, he's not around those people who won't speak to you or will make you feel terrible."
•••• A Toluca Lake resident, Troy Cory said Garry always had a friendly wave when he passed us, always ready for a good chat, and he especially spoke with sadness about Robin William's tragic death two years ago.
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114- In Memory of Muhammad Ali, 1942-2016
•••• Muhammad Ali the three-time heavyweight champion who proclaimed himself "the Greatest," defied the US government over the Vietnam war, and later became one of the most well-known -- and loved -- sportsmen in history has died. He was 74.
•••• Ali died late on Friday June 3, at a hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, the family's spokesperson Bob Gunnell said. His funeral will take place in his home town of Louisville, Kentucky.
•••• Ali had become increasingly frail since being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1984, aged 42, and in recent years had limited his public appearances. Earlier this month his brother Rahman Ali revealed that the condition was so advanced he could barely speak or leave his house.
• As a sportsman-
he will be remembered for many classic fights -- in particular beating the fearsome Sonny Liston to become champion; the Fight of the Century and the Thrilla in Manilla against Joe Frazier, and the Rumble in the Jungle in 1974 when, at the age of 32, he surprised everyone by cutting down George Foreman in Kinshasa to regain back his title.
•••• Tributes flooded in from the world of boxing, the wider sporting community and well beyond them. • Converted to Islam
Ali's influence out of the ring was no less marked. Having appalled white America by converting to the Nation of Islam and changing his name from Cassius Clay to Cassius X and then to Muhammad Ali, he later refused to be drafted into the army as a conscientous objector based on his new found faith.
•••• In 1967, still unbeaten and with no obvious challenger in sight, Ali was stripped of his titles and for three-and-a-half years had to scrape a living making campus speeches and appearing on Broadway. He lost his best years as a fighter yet as the opposition to Vietnam war grew, so did Ali's popularity. By the mid 1970s he was the biggest sports star on the planet.
• Olympic Gold
••••He won Olympic light-heavyweight gold as an 18-year-old at the Rome Olympics and four years later, in 1964, he won the heavyweight title for the first time by stopping Liston in a major upset.
•••• In 1971, within five months of his return in 1970, he earned a shot at his old title against Frazier, but no longer was he as elusive or brilliant. A thrilling contest ended with Ali suffering his first defeat, on points, after being dropped by a left hook in the 15th round.
•••• A loss to the fit but limited Ken Norton appeared to confirm Ali's decline -- until, in 1974, he knocked out Foreman after using what he called "rope-a-dope;" lying on the ropes to conserve energy as his opponent punched himself out. Later, when Ali was asked when he should have retired, he admitted it was after that fight.
Retired
•••• In 1978, after winning the title for a third time by avenging a loss to Leon Spinks, Ali retired. When he dragged himself back into the ring in 1980 to face his old sparring partner Larry Holmes, aged 38, he was probably in the early stages of Parkinson's disease. Tests carried out by the Mayo Clinic found he couldn't hop on one foot well and had trouble co-ordinating his speech.
•••• After a final fight, against Trevor Berbick in 1981, he retired but three years later Parkinson's disease was diagnosed. By the end of the decade the speech of the man once dubbed "the Louisville Lip" for brash predictions before fights was reduced to a mumble.
•••• Ali was well enough to light the torch to start the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, though his hands shook as a result of the disease taking further hold. After that there was further retreat into privacy and prayer.
•••• But even in death his legacy burns on.
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114- In Memory of Jim Myron, 1931 - 2016
STUDIO CITY, CA -- Jim Myron, a real estate developer and family friend passed away May 28, 2016, in Los Angeles, after treatment at Cedars Sinai for heart problems and related causes. He was 85.
•••• He was best known as the club-owner of famed Myron's Ball Room (the Grand Ball Room) on Grand Avenue.
•••• In the 90s it was a is a popular venue for young Latino and Asian American club-goers, regularly drawing crowds of 1,800 and more several nights a week.
•••• An astute entrepreneur, Myron became a millionaire many times over, buying up parking lots and coffee shops and making other shrewd investments.
••• His mother, Myrna Myron bought the ballroom in 1946 and made it flourish for five decades, starting with the Big Band era, when it attracted such headliners as Harry James, Les Browne, Stan Kenton and Xavier Cugat./image-+00TCS/Myron-Group2004-200w.jpg
•••• Many movies have been filmed at the ballroom, including "Farewell, My Lovely," "New York, New York," "Queen of the Stardust Ballroom" and "The Cotton Club." Figures from the early days of television also broadcast from Myron's, including Art Linkletter and auto dealer Cal Worthington.
••••Myron's Ballroom was the most successful, drawing crowds away from Lawrence Welk at the Hollywood Palladium by keeping admission prices low, said Jim Myron, who was his mother's business partner for 50 years.
••••As reported in the Los Angeles Times, James Myron was born in Chicago on March 1, 1931, and came to Los Angeles with his parents just prior to the beginning of World War II. His mother, Myrna Myron, was a showgirl and friend of Ginger Rogers and Mae West. James himself became a ballroom champion and taught ballroom dance.
•••• During his career, James Myron was instrumental in operating several wildly popular clubs such as Vertigo and Chippendales.
•••• James had his own dance show called "Make Believe Ballroom" on Channel 7 television, and he knew, danced with and dated many of Hollywood's most beautiful women, including Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, and Juliet Prowse. He also befriended many of Hollywood's greatest stars of the era, including Bob Hope, Elvis Presley, Clark Gable and Howard Hughes.
•••• James was a USC graduate, and also served in the United States Marine Corps, serving with NATO forces in Europe, and later in Washington D.C. as part of the honor guard in the White House. James was a great athlete, a tennis champion, and a member of the USC golf team. James continued golfing throughout life and won many golf tournaments, including the Donald Trump Golf Invitational in Los Angeles on two occasions.
•••• James will be remembered for the sincere friendship he extended to so many, for the Myron Foundation for Excellence which he founded, for the regular evening parties he threw at his home for his many friends, for his outspokeness, and for his patriotism and belief that hard work and dedication can create success for anyone.
•••• Jim, a Cory family friend will be missed greatly, says Troy.
•••• A memorial service for James Myron will be held at the Little Church of the Flowers, Forest Lawn Cemetery, 1712 S. Glendale Avenue, Glendale, at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, June 15th.
•••• Also a Mass will be held for him at St. Charles Borromeo Church, North Hollywood, on June 26, at 11:30 AM.
Photo above-right was taken at farewell party at Jim's house for the Troy Cory show heading for a China concert tour.
Group Photo: Left to Right: Josie Cory, Jim Myron, Troy Cory, Nicole, Ron Rice, Kristina and Krystal Carroll, Mike Lipman, John Qu. - Photo taken: April 25, 2004 by Gary Sunkin of: tvinews.net ...
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114- TV Newsman, Stan Chambers died
By: Gary Sunkin

Back in 1949, when the Story broke that a little girl was trapped in a well in San Marino thousands of Angelenos snapped on their Television sets. They kept them on for the next 27 hours. Stan Chambers, one of the two reporters with Bill Welch on the scene for KTLA-TV Channel 5's unusual broadcast, recalled years later of this role in TV News History. "It was then that I decided that I really wanted to be in News."
•••• Stan Chambers was with KTLA 5 News for 63 Years and covered over 22,000 stories for the Los Angeles TV station from fires, floods,plane crashes, to car chases, and more. Among the major stories Chambers reported were the 1961 Bel-Air Fires/Brentwood Fire, the 1963, Baldwin Hills dam disaster, the 1965 Watts Riots, the 1968 assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy, the 1971 Sylmar Earthquake and the 1984 Olympics.
••••Before he retired in 2010, he received the longtime broadcaster for the Society of Professional Journalists' Helen Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006. His many honors include numerous local Emmy and Golden Mike award, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a building at KTLA named after him.
••• Chambers passed away on February 13th, 2015 in this home in Holmby Hills, California. He died at 10:30 am at 91 years old. He was a gentleman, and one of the nicest persons, always treating people with respect. I had known Stan Chambers for about 50 years.
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114- GaryOwens , announcer on "Rowan & Martin's Laught-In" Died. He was 80.
••• Gary Owens whose deep voice was one of the most famous in show business, was a familiar part of radio, TV and movies for more than six decades.
•••• He hosted thousands of radio programs, appeared on scores of TV shows, including Lucille Ball and Bob Hope specials, did commercials and also voiced hundreds of animated characters.
••••On "Laugh-In," the 1968-73 sketch show starring Dan Rowan and Dick Martin, Owens was shown on camera in a parody of an old-school announcer, with his hand cupped firmly over his ear. But his voice was always the real thing, rich and authoritative.
••••Owens had "such a great voice, so smooth. That was his real voice, even if he was ordering in a restaurant," said Tom Kenny, the "SpongeBob SquarePants" voice actor who worked with Owens on cartoons including "Dexter's Laboratory."
••••"Laugh-In" creator and producer George Schlatter, who knew Owens but said he hired him for the show after hearing his voice boom through the Smoke House restaurant restroom, called him a "lovely, lovely man."
••••"He had a whimsical, fey sense of humor and he brought a lot to 'Laugh-In' in the way of thoughts, words and jokes," Schlatter said.
••••Given Owens' jam-packed resume, was he a workaholic?
••••"Gary did not work. Gary played," Schlatter said. "He was a very charming, creative, witty guy who had a good time."
•••• Owens, a native of Plankinton, South Dakota, was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in Washington D.C. in 1995 and into the National Television Hall of Fame in 2001.
••• He arrived in Los Angeles in 1961, and was heard on a variety of Los Angeles radio stations including KMPC, KFI and KIIS FM, and hosted a national show on The Music of Your Life Network. He was part of Armed Forces Radio for 10 years and host of the syndicated "Soundtrack of the 60s."
"Beautiful downtown Burbank"-
the catchphrase coined by Owens on his KMPC show, became a favorite of Johnny Carson on NBC's "Tonight Show."
••••Owens' animation voiceover credits include "Space Ghost," ''Blue Falcon" and "Garfield and Friends" and "The Ren & Stimpy Show."
••••"National Lampoon's European Vacation," ''The Green Hornet" and "Neil Simon's Prisoner of Second Avenue" were among his film credits.
••••Besides son Scott, Owens is survived by his wife of 57 years, Arleta, and their son, Chris, a musician and producer.
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114- Fans and peers mourn the sad and sudden death of Robin Williams
Robin Williams, a comic and sitcom star in the 1970s who went on to became an Oscar-winning dramatic actor died at his home in Tiburon, Marine County.
•••• Channels broke into their usual programming to make the announcement, and within minutes, Williams dominated online social media. Even President Obama issued a statement about his passing.
•••Williams, hailed by many as a comic genius, was a star of movies and television for more than three decades. He was known to have also suffered from substance abuse problems. The actor "has been battling severe depression of late," his publicist Mara Buxbaum said. "This is a tragic and sudden loss."
•••Williams came to Hollywood prominence in the late 1970s with his first major role as a lovable alien in the TV series "Mork & Mindy.
•••He had a reputation for rapid-fire impersonations -- not to mention a seemingly bottomless talent for comic improvisation
•••• Gary Marshall, executive producer of the 94 "Mork & Mindy series (1978-1982), said "I never forget the day I met him and he stood on his head in my office chair and pretended to drink a glass of water using his finger like a straw," Marshall said in a statement Monday. "The first season of 'Mork & Mindy' I knew immediately that a three-camera format would not be enough to capture Robin and his genius talent. So I hired a fourth camera operator and he just followed Robin. Only Robin. Looking back, four cameras weren't enough. I should have hired a fifth camera to follow him too."
•••• After his TV series he graduated to films such as "Good Will Hunting," "Dead Poets Society," "Mrs. Doubtfire," "Awakenings," "The Fisher King" and "Good Morning, Vietnam.
•••• The sign on the Laugh Factory Monday night in Hollywood read "Robin Williams Rest in Peace. Make God Laugh." A group of mostly comedians milled about in front of the Comedy Store shortly after the news broke and the marquee there read "RIP Robin Williams."
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114- In memory of Casey Kasem" - A sad day for radio listerners around the world
Casey Kasem, a radio voice who connected generations of Americans to thousands of rock and pop acts died Father's , June 15, 2014. Kasem, hospitalized in Washington state since June 1, had been in declining health. The longtime host of radio's American Top 40, which he started in 1970, was a familiar voice to millions, known for his signature closig advice: "Keep our feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars."
•••• Kasem founded the American Top 40 franchise with Don Bustany, Tom Rounds and Ron Jacobs and hosted it from 1970 to 1988 and from 1998 to 2004. Between January 1989 and early 1998, he was the host of Casey's Top 40, Casey's Hot 20, and Casey's Countdown. Also beginning in 1998, Kasem hosted two AC spin-offs of American Top 40, American Top 20 and Ameican Top 10. He retired from AT20 and AT10 on July 4, 2009 and both shows ended on that day. Ryan Seacrest took over the AT40 franchise in 2004.
•••• Kasem, known for his distinctive, rich, dramatic voice, was the youngest member ever to be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame and has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He first served as DJ and radio announcer while serving the Army during the Korean War and began his professional radio career in the 1950s.
•••• He was also active in politics for years, supporting Lebanese-American and Arab-American causes,an interest which was triggered by the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon. He wrote a brochure published by the Arab American Institute entitled "Arab-Americans: Making a Difference". He turned down a position in Transformers series because of the show's plot portraying "evil Arabs". He also called for a fairer depiction of heroes and villains, on behalf of all cultures. Kasem campaigned against the Gulf War, advocating non-military means of pressuring Saddam Hussein into withdrawing from Kuwait, was an advocate of Palestinian independence and arranged conflict resolution workshops for Arab Americans and Jewish Americans.
•••• Kasem supported a number of other progressive causes, including affordable housing and the rights of the homeless, animal rights and environmental causes, and was a critic of factory farming.m was a
•••• He was married to Linda Myers from 1972 to 1979 with whom he had three children, Mike, Julie, and Kerri Kasem.
From 1980 until his death, Kasem was married to actress Jean Thompson. They had one child, Liberty Jean Kasem.
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114- Bill Adrian of the William Adrian Agency Dies (1919 - 2014)
Mr. Adrian passed away on March 26, 2014 at the age of 94. Visitation on April 3rd from 5-8 p.m. at Cabot and Sons Mortuary at Chestnut Street, Pasadena. Funeral Mass, Friday April 4, at 10 a.m. at St. Philips Catholic Church, 151 S. Hill Street, Pasadena.
ABOUT BILL
•••• William P. Adrian was born in Hackensack, NJ in 1919 and raised in Syracuse, NY, Bill graduated from Nottingham HS and later attended Syracuse University where he studied Theatre.
•••• In 1946, Bill traveled west to California with dreams of becoming a Hollywood actor. While attending classes at USC, he was asked to pick some girls for a fashion show at USC; he soon discovered that he had a talent and a good eye for the "All-American" look in California's young teens. Bill started the William Adrian Modeling Agency in 1946 with 3 girls and an innovative idea.
•••• Over the course of 60+ Years in the modeling business, Bill Adrian helped guide the early careers of many successful models, and discovered countless cover girls, beauty queens and Rose queens and princesses. The William Adrian Agency is considered the oldest and most successful teen modeling agency in the United States.
••••Bill loved to be with family and friends, play the harmonica and play pool and in his youth did'nt miss an opportunicty to dance the Jitterbug.
•••• Bill was the eldest of 6 children. He was preceded in death by his parents William and Florence, brother Bobby, sisters Dorothy, Virginia, Jean and Suzanne, nephews James and Danny, great nephew Chris and great niece Jillian.He is survived by 14 nieces and nephews, 32 great nieces and nephews and 16 great-great nieces and nephew
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/MacHD150-JC2012/_+_SMART90-JUL09thMacHD150/Images114- Ernest Borgnine Dies- July 8th. (born Ermes Effron Borgnino; January 24, 1917-July 8, 2012) is an American film and television actor whose career spanned more than six decades. He was an unconventional lead in many films of the 1950s, winning an Oscar in 1955 for Marty. On television, he played Quinton McHale in the 1962-1966 series McHale's Navy and co-starred in the mid-1980s action series Airwolf, in addition to a wide variety of other roles. Borgnine was also known for his role as Mermaid Man in the animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. Borgnine earned an Emmy Award nomination at age 92 for his work on the series.
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114DonnaSummer-2009-108w.jpgLaDonna Adrian Gaines (December 31, 1948 &endash; May 17, 2012), known by the stage name Donna Summer, was an American singer-songwriter who gained prominence during the disco era of the late 1970s. She had a mezzo-soprano vocal range, and was a five-time Grammy Award winner. Summer was the first artist to have three consecutive double albums reach number one on the U.S. Billboard chart, and she also charted four number-one singles in the United States within a 13-month period.
••• Summer died on May 17, 2012. The Associated Press reported she died that morning at her home in Key West, Florida at age 63. She had been diagnosed with cancer. The Bradenton Herald quotes "Sarasota County records" stating that she lived in Englewood, Florida at the time of her death. The reference did not state the place of her death. CLICK FOR MORE Troy Cory's Vine Street Video

114- Donna Summer Buys Troy Cory's Vine Street Video in 1979, to be headed by Bruce Sudano
Troy Cory's Vinestreet Video Center was ideally located in the heart of Hollywood, opposite the former Hollywood Ranch Market.
••• The Stage was formerly used to produce the popular national syndicated; Groucho Marx Show, Steve Allen Shows, and the Troy Cory Show.
It was in mid-1979, when the
undisputed Queen of Disco, Donna Summer, was topping the pop charts with "Hot Stuff," when she decided to own her own studio near her Hancock Park Home.
••• By December, Troy and Donna's negotiations to sell/buy were finalized and the Studio stage portion of the facilities was sold. Donna was so excited about the prospect of owning the stage and all she and her future husband, Bruce Sudano at the helm, planned to do with it. The moment escrow closed she, Bruce and family members including her mother and father, came by to take over with the Cory's still in the midst of packing. Accompanying was also Donna's daughter Mimi, about age seven at the time, and to the delight of Josie exchanged some German words with Mimi. More Story Josie/
••• After excrow closed in December 1979, Vine Street Video moved its research editing and video optical disks division to Pasadena, Calfornia, near the Rose Bowl and a short drive from Caltech. The Pasadena facilities became known as Rosemont Villa Studios. Vine Street still has the same telephone number, except for the area prefix (323) 462-1099.
• In was in Berlin in the late 60s, when Troy first met --
Donna Summer during her participation in the prodcution of the musical "Hair." Troy was in Berlin filming "The Starmaker" with Wendell Corey, Rolf Eden and Barbara Valentine.
••• In the 70s, Troy teamed up with the Ambros Seelos Big Band Orchestra, and music arranger and composer, Sylvester Levy (Fly Robin Fly; Musical 'Elisabeth') to record an album of originals songs at the Trixi Studio in Munich. Violin section by the Munich Philharmonics.
•• During Troy's busines ventures in Berlin, Munich, and Salzburg in 1968-1978, he again met Donna Summer and Oasis Record label owner, Musicland Studio Founder, and disco pioneer Hansjörg Moroder. It was no coincident later in the decade, (1978) -- that Donna contacted Troy when he was ready to sell his Vine Street Video Center in Hollywood. After the deal closed in mid-January," says Josie "we went with friends to Europe to attend MIDEM, in Cannes, France, to promote AGIL-TVIpublishings, NBSwitel, VRA TelePlay - and American Film International, co-founded in Berlin by John Harris. CLICK FOR FOR More Story. • soulfind.com/johnharris.htmtcsmoviestar01top.htm
••• In March of 1980, we extended our congratulatory wishes to Donna when she married Bruce Sudano, to whom she was married for 32 years, until her passing May 17, 2012. CLICK FOR FOR BERLIN PLAYBOY CLUB STORY http://smart90.com/people/rolfeden.htm
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Vine Street Video Center from the mid 70s to the beginning of 1980, the studio was the loction of the first Music Videos produced: Rod Stewart ("If Ya Think I'm Sexy," "Blondes Have More Fun," also starring Alana Stewart. Other artists included, Nicolette Larson; Jackson Browne; Tom Petty and the Heart Breakers; Randy Meisner of the Eagles; Kiss; Joni Mitchell; Rachel Welch; James Coburn (Schlitz Beer); Ronnie McDonald (McDonalds); Victor Dunlap; Billy Hayes; Dicky Lerner; Priscilla Cory, and Mel Carter.
••• "Vine Street Studio's most famous tentant was Kit Marshall's, "Au Petit Cafe," a favorite hangout for those in the /Imagespeople/TroyBerlinWall108w.jpgindustry who loved being served the most delicious French cuisine in Hollywood," recalls Josie Cory.
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In 1968, before Troy Cory teamed up with famous German Orchestra leader, Ambros Seelos in 1970, Troy had already co-starred with Wendell Corey, Rolf Eden, and Barbara Valentine in the Berlin AFI, John Harris, movie production, "Starmaker."
It was in 1970, that Troy, Ambros Seelos, music arranger, composer and songwriter, Sylvester Levay, (Lysy, Levy - "Fly, Robin, Fly" ) and lyricist and translator, Jossi Sigl produced the origianal recording sessions and the Cory/Seelos concert performances in Germany, Innsbruck, Austria, and Basel, Switzerland. CLICK FOR MORE People STORYCLICK FOR MORE The Star Maker, Wendell Corey Troy Cory STORY IMDBCLICK FOR MORE Rolf Eden STORYMORE Vine Street.More Story @ s90Brief/#101-BerlinWall-RoadToEuropeChristmas --
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114- October 5, 2011 - Steve Jobs' Death - The Effects On People Around The World.
• October 6, 2011 - WHEN APPLE, INC. ANNOUNCED THAT Mr. Jobs had passed away, Newspapers around the globe paid homage to the U.S. legendary computer genius. To many of us who followed the "Mac path" -- it seems like loosing a friend. He touched so many lives with his innovation and vision that we can't help but ask ourselves, "Will the tech world ever be the same without Jobs?
SteveJobsPhoto-2011300w.jpg••• Much is going to be written about this extraordinary man, so here are just a few highlights in his own words.
• APPLE'S EARLY YEARS (the mid-1970s)
••• "Because Woz [Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak] and I started the company based on doing the whole banana, we weren't so good at partnering with people...I think if Apple could have had a little more of that in its DNA, it would have served it extremely well...I don't think Apple learned that until...a few decades later."-- From an appearance at the D5 conference in 2005.
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• 101-114 Actor Cliff Robinson Dies - 88- Sept. 2011. Blacklisted By Industry For Whistleblowing.
••• It was in 1977, that TV star Cliff Robertson's Show Biz Career took an unexpected twist. It was right after he received an IRS form for "miscellaneous income" that indicated that Columbia Pictures had paid him $10,000 the previous year.
••• Robertson, however, hadn't done any work for Columbia that year and had not received $10,000 from the studio.
••• After asking his accountant to look into it, Robertson learned that a check for $10,000 had been made out to him and had been cashed at a bank in Beverly Hills. The endorsed check, bearing Robertson's forged signature, had been processed and paid out in American Express travelers' checks to the president of Columbia Studios, David Begelman.
••• After consulting his attorney, Robertson notified the local police. But after months of inactivity, he took the advice of Arizona congressman Morris K. Udall, whom he had supported in the 1976 Democratic presidential primaries, and contacted the FBI.
••• "I was simply looking out for No. 1," Robertson told People magazine in 1983.
••• "I wasn't trying to be Don Quixote. If I hadn't done what the law required, which was to give evidence to the authorities, I would have been a party to a crime."
••• The ensuing Begelman embezzlement scandal, which came to symbolize Hollywood corruption, was chronicled in David McClintick's 1982 bestseller "Indecent Exposure: A True Story of Hollywood and Wall Street."
••• In March 1978, Begelman was charged with grand theft and three counts of forgery: for forging the names of Robertson, director Martin Ritt and restaurateur Pierre Groleau on checks written in the amounts of $10,000, $5,000 and $25,000 respectively.
••• Three months later, Begelman was fined $5,000 and placed on three years' probation. The judge, who directed Begelman to continue the psychiatric treatment he had recently begun, also accepted Begelman's offer to make a documentary on the dangers of "angel dust" (PCP) as a public service.
••• Begelman, whose grand-theft conviction was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor in 1979, was hired later that year to head MGM's motion picture division, and he later became a producer. He committed suicide in 1995.
••• For his part in exposing the embezzlement, Robertson said, he was blackballed in Hollywood for 3 1/2 years.
••• "I broke the unwritten commandment: Thou shalt never confront a major mogul on corruption," he told The Times in 1998. "Suddenly, the phone stopped ringing."
••• Robertson said his Hollywood exile ended in 1981 when director Douglas Trumbull cast him in a role in "Brainstorm," a thriller released in 1983 starring Christopher Walken and Natalie Wood.
••• Robertson later appeared with Jacqueline Bisset and Rob Lowe in the comedy-drama "Class," played Hugh Hefner in Bob Fosse's "Star 80" and joined the cast of TV's "Falcon Crest." More Story @ SmartBriefs 101-114-s90 • Show Biz / • More Story @ SmartBriefs 114-s90 • Obiturary
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• ARMY ARCHERD - A HOLLYWOOD LEGEND Dies Sept. 7th 2009 /

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Army Archerd interviewed everyone from Hollywood stars to heads of state in his illustrious 52 years as a Daily Variety columnist.
In 1947, Archerd was hired by the Herald-Express as assistant (i.e., "leg man") to drama-movie editor-columnist Harrison Carroll.
In addition to covering the studios, Archerd began reporting on the local nightclub scene, which included Sunset Strip sites like the Mocambo and Ciro's and music spots down La Cienega, La Brea and Ventura Boulevard.
After leaving Harrison Carroll, the Daily Variety editor Joe Schoenfeld hired Archerd in 1953 to replace columnist Sheilah Graham CLICK FOR MORE PEOPLE STORY. CLICK FOR MORE HARRISON CAROLLSTORY

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••• About a dozen reporters and photographers were gathered outside Michael Jackson's rented Bel-Air home this afternoon as a news helicopter hovered above. Several tourist vans also stopped by the house just off Sunset Boulevard as tourists snapped photos of the large, black wrought-iron gates adorned with two large wreaths decorated with red ribbons. CLICK FOR MORE Michael Jackson Dies, STORY.

 

 

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••• Family friends said Butera died at about 6 a.m. June 3rd, 2009 -- at Sunrise Hospital, where he had been since early January suffering from the effects of Alzheimer's Disease.
••• Butera, who retired in 2004, would have been 82 in August.
••• Prima died at the age of 67 in 1978, three years after lapsing into a coma during surgery to remove a brain tumor. CLICK FOR MORE Butera STORY 

• 114s - Barbara Ringer, Library of Congres - Ringer finished the drafting the legislation and lobbying Congress before the Copyright Act of 1976 was finally passed. She wrote most of the bill herself.
••• Barbara A. Ringer believed, above all, that copyrights should protect the creative people in American life -- the authors, songwriters and performers whose work too often was printed or broadcast without permission. By 1955, she was writing papers and commissioning studies on how the nation's copyright laws should be revised.
••• Ringer died April 9, 2009 of complications from dementia at a nursing home in Lexington, Va. She was 83.
1977 - In 1977, she received the President's Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service, the highest honor for a federal worker.
1993 - Ringer expertese was filing briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of the Library of Congress. She acted as register of copyrights until 1994. CLICK FOR MORE RINGER / COPYRIGHT STORY 
• 114 - Portrait of Dr. Earlene, DD - In Loving Memory of the Award Winning Humanitarian.
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