Jack Schwartzman
AMerican film producer
Jack Schwartzman
Jack Schwartzman was an American producer and husband of actress Talia Shire. Among the films he produced was the 1983 unofficial James Bond film Never Say Never Again, starring Sean Connery, and the 1986 cult favorite Rad, starring Bill Allen. Schwartzman was born Jacob Schwartzman in New York City, New York, and was the father of John Schwartzman, Stephanie Schwartzman, Jason Schwartzman, and Robert "Carmine" Schwartzman.
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TELEVISION; He's That Guy From 'Rushmore.' And More.
NYTimes - almost 13 years
AMOEBA MUSIC on Sunset Boulevard had sold out of the latest Sebadoh album, so though it was one of this city's rare dark and stormy nights, and though his black Toyota Prius was parked just up the hill, Jason Schwartzman did the unthinkable: he walked through the rain to the Borders bookstore a few blocks east. ''Hey, are you that guy from
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Paid Notice: Deaths WEISS, ROBIN
NYTimes - over 17 years
WEISS-Robin. Beloved wife of Andrew, after a courageous yearlong battle with lymphoma. She has been a Social Worker for the N.Y.S. OMRDD for 22 years. Her husband is the Senior Law Judge for N.Y.S. Workers' Comp. Board. She is also survived by her parents Beatrice and Jack Schwartzman, her brother Michael Schwartzman, her stepchildren Elena and
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FILM VIEW; HERE'S TO HOLLYWOOD'S DOWNTRODDEN WRITERS
NYTimes - over 33 years
In the beginning there was not the word but a succession of images. Stuck in, here and there, on cards placed among the images were words, as few and as functional possible. Moviemakers dared not to assume that the public could read fast or even that it could read at all. People - among them, Anita Loos - who could write those titles were hired,
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SEAN CONNERY IS SEASONED JAMES BOND
NYTimes - over 33 years
ONE of the key questions of the current film season can now be answered: This is the better Bond, and by a wide margin. It's not a matter of casting - though Sean Connery makes a welcome return in ''Never Say Never Again,'' Roger Moore has certainly done nicely with the role - but rather one of creaks. Last summer's ''Octopussy'' reworked the same
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CONNERY AND MOORE ARE BACK AS BOND IN '83Thou shall have a license to kill for a hundred lacking one. - King Henry VI, Part II
NYTimes - about 34 years
After 20 years of chasing archvillians and voluptuous women across the movie screen, Commander James Bond, a.k.a. Secret Agent 007, will be back again this year, this time in rival film versions. One is called ''Octapussy,'' the 13th Bond film by producer Albert (Cubby) Broccoli, who two decades ago obtained the screen options to the James Bond
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AT THE MOVIES; Growing Up in a family of achievers.
NYTimes - almost 35 years
''Isn't that Mary McFadden?'' - but no celebrity spots her back, even though Miss Shire, with two Academy Award nominations behind her, is more famous than most of the people in the room. Always, she's kept a low profile, ''like an alien, observing everything.'' She comes, she says, ''from a family of artist men.'' Daughter of the composer and
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1994
    Age 61
    Died on June 15, 1994.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1983
    Age 50
    Among the films he produced was the 1983 unofficial James Bond film Never Say Never Again, starring Sean Connery, and the 1986 cult favorite Rad, starring Bill Allen. Schwartzman was born Jacob Schwartzman in New York City, New York, and was the father of John Schwartzman, Stephanie Schwartzman, Jason Schwartzman, and Robert "Carmine" Schwartzman. Schwartzman died in Los Angeles, California of pancreatic cancer on June 15, 1994.
    More Details Hide Details His brother Leonard Schwartzman, MD is a retired physician who writes on the nature of life and death.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1932
    Born
    Born in 1932.
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