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Lew Wasserman 1913-2002

Hollywood was paying tribute yesterday to the last great movie mogul Lew Wasserman, who died at the age of 89 on Sunday in Los Angeles. The patriarch of Universal Studios - or MCA/Universal as it was in his day - who ate lunch at his usual table on the lot years after he had quit the day-to-day running of the studio, Wasserman was a beloved figure in the entertainment community whose long reign saw the embrace of television, the emergence of the blockbuster and the arrival of foreign ...

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