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    (July 28, 1916-February 1, 2010)
    Born in New York City, New York
    Produced 'The Sting,' 'Jaws,' 'Cocoon' and 'Driving Miss Daisy'
    Recipient, Irving Thalberg Memorial Award (1990)
    Husband of Helen Gurley Brown (1959-2010)
    Died of kidney failure at 93
    He was twice divorced.
    At Stanford, he chose journalism because it was the major that least taxed his brain.
    His initial writing assignment was penning horoscopes.
    He cast Elvis in his first film.
    His marriage to Helen Gurley Brown lasted a half century.
    He encouraged his wife to discuss her experiences as a young career woman in the 1962 tome 'Sex and the Single Girl.'
    He helped jump start Steven Spielberg's directing career.
    He stated, 'I keep my word, even when I make a mistake. I never lived beyond my means, and therefore, I never had to be a slave to Hollywood.'

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