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Also Known As: Died: June 7, 1996
Born: Cause of Death: congestive heart failure
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: executive, producer, teacher

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Skullduggery (1970) Berle Tanen
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1939:
Mural he helped create shown at New York World Fair
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During WWII he worked for STARS and STRIPES in North Africa and Europe
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Original editor-in-chief of Bantam Book, part of the original staff of four
1976:
Produced "Logan's Run"
1960:
Moved to Hollywood, California
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Held executive positions at Columbia, Warner Brothers, and 20th Century Fox
1965:
Produced "Von Ryan's Express"
1966:
Produced the sci-fi movie, "Fantastic Voyage" starring Raquel Welch
1966:
Produced the James Bond spoof, "Our Man Flint" starring James Coburn
1967:
Produced the sequal "In Like Flint" with James Coburn as super-spy Derek Flint
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Held executive positions at Universal and Rastar
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Head of production at MGM in the 1970's
1970:
Produced "Skullduggery" starring Burt Reynolds
1976:
Produced the sci-fi feature "Logan's Run"
1979:
Produced "Ravagers" starring Richard Harris and Art Carney
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Education

Rhode Island School of Design: Providence , Rhode Island -

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daughter:
Boots Hart. Survived him.
son:
Jonathan David. Survived him.

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"The Industry" New York Times Books

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