Greg Bautzer
American lawyer
Greg Bautzer
Gregson Edward Bautzer was a celebrity attorney, representing such stars as Ginger Rogers, Ingrid Bergman and Joan Crawford, Kirk Kerkorian, Howard Hughes and William R. Wilkerson. He represented Wilkerson in all aspects of The Flamingo Hotel including initially purchasing the land for Wilkerson.
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Elegant actor and writer of great talent - Irish Times
Google News - over 5 years
She divorced her only husband, celebrity attorney Greg Bautzer, in 1981. She and Bautzer had one child – Mark Ragan Bautzer, born in 1960. In Hollywood, she was described as an oasis of elegance. The film Shake Hands with the Devil (starring James
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Dana Wynter, “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” heroine, dies at 79 - Washington Post
Google News - almost 6 years
Her marriage to Greg Bautzer, a high-profile Hollywood lawyer, ended in divorce. Survivors include a son, Mark Bautzer. Although Ms. Wynter appeared with some of the most powerful leading men in Hollywood, she was most often asked about “Body Snatchers ... -
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Dana Wynter, de L'Invasion des profanateurs de sépultures, est morte... - Pure People
Google News - almost 6 years
Cette oeuvre, dans laquelle Dana Wynter joue Jessie Coutances, sera d'ailleurs présentée au festival de Cannes qui démarre le 11 mai, dans le cadre de la section Cannes Classics. Mariée à l'avocat des célébrités Greg Bautzer, elle en divorcera en 1981
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HOLLYWOOD: THIS WAY IN
NYTimes - almost 34 years
''Perrier is passe,'' says Peter Morton. ''It's being replaced by a low-sodium Swedish mineral water, Ram-Losa. Jordan red wine is 'in.' So are low-salt diets and yoga.'' As the proprietor of two successful restaurants in Hollywood, Mr. Morton has a good eye for what's in and what isn't. (According to his own estimation, only one of his restaurants
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NEW HEAD IS NAMED AT M-G-M
NYTimes - about 35 years
Frank Rothman, a top Hollywood lawyer for the entertainment industry, w as named today to head a reorganized Metro-Goldwyn -Mayer Film Company, one of the nation's oldest movie makers. The a ppointment was interpreted in the industry as a vote of no confidence in M-G-M's two top executives, Frank E. Rosenfelt and David Begelma n. Mr. Rothman, whose
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Greg Bautzer
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1987
    Age 75
    Bautzer died of heart failure at his Beverly Hills home on October 26, 1987 at the age of 76.
    More Details Hide Details He is interred at Westwood Memorial Park.
  • FORTIES
  • 1956
    Age 44
    Bautzer later married actress Dana Wynter on June 10, 1956. They had one son, Mark Ragan Bautzer. The couple divorced in 1981.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1935
    Age 23
    While attending law school, Bautzer met socialite Marion Jahns; they were married on January 2, 1935 and divorced in 1937.
    More Details Hide Details After becoming established in Hollywood, Bautzer was engaged to actresses Barbara Payton, Dorothy Lamour and Lana Turner. Turner was only 16 when she and Bautzer started to date. He had a brief marriage to actress Buff Cobb, divorcing after six months. His most infamous romance was with actress Joan Crawford. Their four year relationship was reportedly on and off as well as publicly heated at times. with Bautzer seen by many as Crawford's "escort".
  • 1932
    Age 20
    Bautzer graduated with a bachelor’s degree from USC in June 1932.
    More Details Hide Details Before continuing his education at USC law school, Bautzer took a year off from his studies to work and save money. Bautzer obtained his law degree in 1936.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1930
    Age 18
    In 1930, he was honored by being selected as one of three university students to be on the All California Collegiate Debate team.
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  • 1928
    Age 16
    In 1928, Bautzer entered the University of Southern California on a scholarship.
    More Details Hide Details He went on to become a member of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, the Skull and Dagger honor society, and captain of the varsity debate team.
  • 1927
    Age 15
    In 1927, Bautzer and his mother relocated to Los Angeles where she had accepted an appointment as principal of an area school.
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  • 1926
    Age 14
    While in high school, Bautzer took an active interest in public speaking and while yet a teen-ager, garnered community recognition for his debating skills. He proceeded to enter national oratorical competitions. In 1926, he took second place in the West Coast division of the National Oratorical Contest, winning two hundred fifty dollars.
    More Details Hide Details Bautzer's father died when he was ten years old. From a young age, Bautzer stated his intent to follow in his father’s footsteps by practicing law. After his father’s death, Bautzer’s widowed mother returned to teaching. Bautzer contributed financially by taking after school jobs, selling newspapers, performing janitorial work on yachts harbored in San Pedro and waiting on tables in local eateries.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1911
    Born
    Born on April 3, 1911.
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