Stanley Rubin
American film and television producer
Stanley Rubin
Stanley Creamer Rubin is an American screenwriter and film and television producer born in New York City, New York. He was the recipient of the Television Academy's first Emmy in 1949 for writing and producing (in collaboration) an adaptation of Guy de Maupassant's The Diamond Necklace. His initial scripts for the big screen were for three 1940 films: South to Karanga, Diamond Frontier, and San Francisco Docks, all written in collaboration with Edmund L. Hartmann.
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William Rubin, 78, Curator Who Transformed MoMA's Collection and Identity, Dies
NYTimes - about 11 years
William Rubin, an art historian and curator who, as director of the Museum of Modern Art's prestigious department of painting and sculpture, played a crucial role in defining the museum's character, collections and exhibitions in the 1970's and 80's, died on Sunday at his weekend home in Pound Ridge, N.Y., the museum said. He was 78 and lived in
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Paid Notice: Deaths RUBIN, STANLEY
NYTimes - almost 12 years
RUBIN--Stanley of Scarsdale, NY and Palm Springs, CA. Died March 8, 2005 at age 92. Born September 6, 1912 in Manhattan to Max and Celia (Raphael) Rubin. He was a Textile Broker for Berkshire Hathaway in New York City. Survived by daughters Patricia Watson (Robert) and Ronnie Rubin, granddaughters Samantha Shanken Baker and Allison Cohen and great
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Trouble in a One-Synagogue Town; Whirlwind Rabbi Splits With a Long Island Congregation
NYTimes - about 12 years
Until recently, this old whaling village had a small Jewish population with a simple story. Over the years, Jews arrived as shopkeepers or bought summer homes and eventually settled here. They carried Torah scrolls from home to home, before building a small synagogue in 1903. The high point every year was a September dinner party and fund-raiser.
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Paid Notice: Deaths RUBIN, STANLEY
NYTimes - almost 14 years
RUBIN-Stanley. Of Belle Harbor, NY, on April 22, 2003. Childhood sweetheart and cherished husband of Thelma, Dear Toby, Love of His Life, married on Pearl Harbor Day. Devoted father of April (John) Hooper. Adored and treasured Daddy of Jill and special son-in-law Mitchell Goldschmidt. Loving grandfather of Morgan and Molly Hooper. His smile,
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COMPANY REPORTS; GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. (GE,N)
NYTimes - over 22 years
The General Electric Company, a day after announcing a deal to sell Kidder, Peabody & Company, its unprofitable and scandal-ridden brokerage unit, said yesterday that third-quarter earnings rose 13 percent on strong sales growth in most of its businesses. G.E.'s net income rose to $1.37 billion, or 80 cents a share, from $1.21 billion, or 71 cents
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Review/Film; Eastwood Follows The Trail Of the Elusive, Essential Huston
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: In 1951, while in central Africa to prepare for the filming of ''The African Queen,'' John Huston embarked upon a brief safari with his sound man. ''How often have you been elephant hunting, John?'' the sound man asked during the course of the trip. In 1951, while in central Africa to prepare for the filming of ''The African Queen,'' John
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Review/Film; Lust Conquers All, Even Scary Friends
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Never underestimate the power of the written word. Never underestimate the power of the written word. During a festive dinner party in Mexico, Jay Cochran (Kevin Costner), a former United States Navy fighter pilot, and Miryea (Madeleine Stowe), his hostess, happen to meet in the library of her husband's magnificent hacienda. Elsewhere on the
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Lifestyle; What to Eat? Confusion Is the Main Course
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: So now decaffeinated coffee is in hot water. A study found that drinking decaffeinated coffee raises levels of the so-called bad cholesterol in the blood. People like Stanley Rubin, who weaned themselves from real coffee to decaf in the belief that it was healthier, are feeling betrayed. So now decaffeinated coffee is in hot water. A study
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Andrew A. Sunkin Weds Miss Rubin
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: Leslie Meg Rubin, a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Stanley Rubin of New Rochelle, N.Y., and Andrew Alan Sunkin, a son of Mrs. Irving Sunkin of New York and the late Mr. Sunkin, were married last night at the Harrison (N.Y.) Jewish Community Center. Rabbi Melvin Sirner and Cantor Lawrence Avery officiated Susan Beth Rubin was maid of honor
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Leslie M. Rubin Plans To Marry A. A. Sunkin
NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: The engagement of Leslie Meg Rubin to Andrew Alan Sunkin has been announced by her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Stanley Rubin of New Rochelle, N.Y. Her fiance is a son of Mrs. Irving Sunkin of New York and the late Mr. Sunkin. The engagement of Leslie Meg Rubin to Andrew Alan Sunkin has been announced by her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Stanley Rubin
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2008
    Age 90
    He is the subject of the 2008 documentary Stanley Rubin: A Work in Progress, written and directed by Kellett Tighe.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1975
    Age 57
    He received an additional Emmy nomination for producing the 1975 made-for-TV movie Babe, starring Susan Clark as American athlete Babe Didrikson Zaharias.
    More Details Hide Details In 2005, Rubin began attending classes at the University of California, Los Angeles to get the last few credits to obtain the Bachelor of Arts Degree he missed earning in 1937. Rubin has been married to actress Kathleen Hughes since 1954. They have four children.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1952
    Age 34
    In 1952 he wrote, in collaboration with Bernard C. Schoenfeld, the film-noir adventure Macao starring Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell.
    More Details Hide Details Rubin's feature film producing credits include 1952's The Narrow Margin, 1954's River of No Return starring Marilyn Monroe, the 1967 comedy Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad starring Rosalind Russell, and the 1990 Clint Eastwood adventure drama White Hunter Black Heart. His television producing credits include the series The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (1968–1970) with Hope Lange and The Man and the City (1971–1972) with Anthony Quinn. For the former, he received an Emmy nomination as the producer of the Best Comedy Series.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1940
    Age 22
    His initial scripts for the big screen were for three 1940 films: South to Karanga, Diamond Frontier, and San Francisco Docks, all written in collaboration with Edmund L. Hartmann.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1917
    Born
    Born in 1917.
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