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L. Larry Lazarus

L. Larry Lazarus, 82, a 30-year CBS veteran in NEW YORK and Los Angeles who later was controller at 20th Century Fox Television, died last week in Los Angeles from complications of chronic hepatitis.

A one-time executive in charge of business affairs at KNX-AM Los Angeles, Lazarus joined Executive Business Management in Beverly Hills after he retired from the network in 1967.

He subsequently moved into the controller post with 20th and later became a location auditor on such pics as “The Thomas Crown Affair,” “A Man Called Horse” and “Paper Lion.”

Survived by his wife, Sylvia, a son, a brother and two grand-daughters.

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