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Seymour ‘Cy’ Kaplan

Seymour “Cy” Kaplan, a longtime TV syndication executive, died Oct. 23 of natural causes at the Motion Picture and Television Home in Woodland Hills. He was 79.

During his career, Kaplan spent over 20 years with ITC Entertainment following stints with Embassy Pictures and NTA.

He is survived by his daughter and two grandchildren.

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