Stan Hough
American movie executive and film and television producer
Stan Hough
Stanley L. Hough was an American movie executive and film and television producer. He worked as an assistant director from 1952-1961. He then became vice-president in charge of production operations at 20th Century Fox. In 1971 he married the actress Jean Peters after she had divorced her estranged husband Howard Hughes. Hough then decided to become a producer and resigned his post at 20th Century Fox.
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No, not that Sean Avery: Saratoga Day 15 (8/7) - Schenectady Gazette (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Trainer Stan Hough isn't sure whether they'll try the Ballerina again this time, simply because she may not like the seven furlongs. "She's been so honest for us," Hough said. Trainer James Bond said that the 6-year-old Tizway rebounded well from his
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SARATOGA RACE COURSE NOTES July 28 2011 - HorseRaceInsider.com
Google News - over 5 years
Robert I. Sahn's Grade 2 Jerome winner Adios Charlie will miss the remainder of 2011 with a stress fracture detected after his runner-up performance in the Grade 2 Dwyer at Belmont on July 2, trainer Stan Hough confirmed Friday
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RailCats extend road win strreak to five - Post-Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
Fort Worth pulled within 4-3 in the bottom of the inning and has another run thrown out at the plate by Guerrero which resulted in the ejection of Fort Worth Manager Stan Hough arguing the call. Two more runs crossed in the top of the sixth to further
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AirHogs Win Marathon Game On Error In 12th - Boxscore News
Google News - over 5 years
But he gave up a one-out hit to Guillermo Martinez and walked David Thomas, and Cats manager Stan Hough summoned Haines from the bullpen. Tyler Henley greeted Haines with a triple down the rightfield line on the first pitch to make it 6-5,
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Father and son make a team - Kansas City Star
Google News - over 5 years
Bacsik Sr. got a call from Cats manager Stan Hough during the off-season. "It was an opportunity for me to get back to the game and try to help the kids get an opportunity to pitch in the big leagues," he said. "I want to keep the guys healthy and
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Cats take series finale - Amarillo.com
Google News - over 5 years
"Here lately, our offense had been struggling," Cats manager Stan Hough said. "It looked good to see them do things like that. That's a plus, and hopefully we can continue doing that." The Sox took a 1-0 lead in the first inning on Cyle Hankerd's RBI
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Unfinished Monkey Business: The Making Of Planet Of The Apes - Sabotage Times
Google News - over 5 years
Arthur Jacobs, [studio executive] Stan Hough and I left Dick's office and walked downstairs. As were walking across the lot, Stan said, “Why don't you do a sequel?” And I said, “You've got to be kidding?!” Roddy McDowall: I wound up being an ape for
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Cats come up short against Sioux City - Fort Worth Star Telegram
Google News - almost 6 years
"They did a good job keeping us off balance," manager Stan Hough said. "You've got to give them credit, they kept it low and changed up speeds. They did what pitchers are supposed to do." With no outs in the top of the ninth, the Explorers loaded the
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MICHAEL VEITCH: Alternation is one to watch - The Saratogian
Google News - almost 6 years
It was nice to see trainer Stan Hough send out Adios Charlie to finish a close second to Alternation in the Peter Pan. The son of Indian Charlie was coming off a victory in the Grade 2 Jerome Stakes and was making only his fourth lifetime start
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Fort Worth Cats open season at home with thud - Fort Worth Star Telegram
Google News - almost 6 years
"After you take the lead like that, that's where all of us need to bear down," manager Stan Hough said. "We need to learn from these things and make ourselves better. I thought we had good hustle on that field."
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X's about to get familiar with Fort Worth - Sioux City Journal
Google News - almost 6 years
Stan Cliburn, a catcher who reached the major leagues with the California Angels, begins his new assignment as the skipper of the Sioux City Explorers with a four-game series against the Fort Worth Cats of manager Stan Hough, another ex-catcher
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BELMONT PARK NOTES: Friday, May 6, 2011 - HorseRaceInsider.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Expected to head the field is Grade 2 Jerome winner Adios Charlie, making just his fourth start for trainer and co-owner Stan Hough, who campaigns the colt in partnership with Robert Sahn. Also probable, according to NYRA Stakes Coordinator Andrew
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Hough embraces opportunity for second stint with Cats - Fort Worth Star Telegram
Google News - almost 6 years
Stan Hough has coached within five big-league organizations, but his fondest memories are in independent baseball. After all, he had a remarkably successful run in his four years with the Fort Worth Cats, playing a role in their three
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BASEBALL; At 81, Coach Accessorizes A Title With an Earring
NYTimes - over 10 years
A pierced ear has become the fashion for men, including, to be sure, young ballplayers. So it is a switch to find that the only man in uniform for the Fort Worth Cats of the independent Central Baseball League who wears bling is the lean, craggy-faced, gray-haired first-base coach, Wayne Terwilliger, who is 81 and has been in professional baseball
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NYTimes - about 14 years
AUTO RACING CART--Named John Anderson senior manager of technology, Beau Barfield senior manager of competition, Nate Siebens manager of Toyota Atlantic Championship and Ladder System public relations, Brian Lindsay controller, Gene Cottingham joint ventures controller, Anne DeHart accounting manager, and Shawn Heavner and Lizz Manns accounting
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NYTimes - about 16 years
BASEBALL National League HOUSTON ASTROS--Agreed to terms with OF Orlando Merced, RHP Travis Driskill, RHP Jim Mann, RHP Brian Powell, RHP Brad Rigby, RHP Ricky Stone, C Frank Charles, C Raul Chavez, C Chris Tremie, C-1B Alan Zinter, INF Mendy Lopez, OF Scott Pose and OF Omar Ramirez on minor-league contracts. MILWAUKEE BREWERS--Signed OF Jason
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NYTimes - about 18 years
BASEBALL American League YANKEES -- Named Stan Hough manager of Greensboro of the South Atlantic League. TORONTO BLUE JAYS -- Signed OF Wayne Kirby and OF Jimmy Hurst to minor-league contracts. National League CINCINNATI REDS -- Traded OF Pat Watkins to the Florida Marlins for RHP Pedro Minaya. FOOTBALL National Football League GIANTS -- Fired John
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Waterbury Revives Its Baseball Heritage
NYTimes - over 19 years
UNTIL a few years ago, a sign on the outfield fence at Cubeta Stadium in Stamford proclaimed the city the ''Baseball Capitol of the World.'' Even though Stamford had indeed turned out national championship youth teams, that seemed to be a spurious statement since the city has produced only one career major leaguer -- Bobby Valentine, currently the
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PROUD APPEAL, $3, WINS BLUE GRASS
NYTimes - almost 36 years
Keeneland, unlike most major tracks, has no race-caller for the fans. But they didn't need one today to follow the Blue Grass winner. Starting from in front of the stands on a sloppy track, Proud Appeal was most visible, wire to wire, as he certified his credentials as favorite for the Kentucky Derby May 2. It was his fifth victory in five starts
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VASQUEZ REMOVED AS CURE THE BLUES JOCKEY IN DERBY
NYTimes - almost 36 years
Jacinto Vasquez has lost the ride on Cure the Blues in the Kentucky Derby, the colt's trainer, LeRoy Jolley, said at Belmont Park yesterday. Jolley said he had reached the decision after conferring with the owners, Diana and Bertram Firestone, who were unhappy with the colt's third-place finish in last Saturday's Wood Memorial Stakes at Aqueduct.
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Timeline
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1990
    Age 71
    Died in 1990.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1974
    Age 55
    He then produced the Planet of the Apes TV series from 1974 to 1981.
    More Details Hide Details He wrote the stories for the successful westerns Bandolero! (1968) and The Undefeated (1969).
  • 1971
    Age 52
    In 1971 he married the actress Jean Peters after she had divorced her estranged husband Howard Hughes.
    More Details Hide Details Hough then decided to become a producer and resigned his post at 20th Century Fox. His first job was on the successful movie Emperor of the North Pole starring Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, and Keith Carradine.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1952
    Age 33
    He worked as an assistant director from 1952-1961.
    More Details Hide Details He then became vice-president in charge of production operations at 20th Century Fox.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1918
    Born
    Born in 1918.
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