Bart H’w’d’ whodunit

Variety Vice President and Editor-in-Chief Peter Bart personalized copies his latest volume, “Who Killed Hollywood?” during a March 24 reception at Book Soup.

The Renaissance Books title is a compilation of the scribe’s Variety and GQ columns. “Hollywood always loves a good murder mystery,” said Mandalay chairman Peter Guber. “In this case it’s the victim.” Pictured, from left, are Guber, producer Andre Morgan, Bart and producer Al Ruddy.

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