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Also Known As: Died: December 3, 2002
Born: October 16, 1924 Cause of Death: Leukemia
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: producer, executive

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Advertising executive who went into TV production (introducing Wide World of Sports), and headed Palomar Pictures before establshing himself as an independent producer in the late 1960s. Scherick made his mark with his second production, the ingeniously crafted intrigue, "Sleuth" (1972); other notble productions include "The Heartbreak Kid" (1972) and "Shoot the Moon" (1982).

Advertising executive who went into TV production (introducing Wide World of Sports), and headed Palomar Pictures before establshing himself as an independent producer in the late 1960s. Scherick made his mark with his second production, the ingeniously crafted intrigue, "Sleuth" (1972); other notble productions include "The Heartbreak Kid" (1972) and "Shoot the Moon" (1982).

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Introduced "Wide World of Sports" through his TV production company Sports Programs, Inc.
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President of Palomar Pictures Inc.
1968:
First produced film "For Love of Ivy"

Education

Harvard University: Cambridge , Massachusetts -

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wife:
Marge Scherick.

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