Film, TV producer

Alan P. Horowitz, a longtime film and TV producer, died Monday May 13 after falling at his home in Los Angeles and sustaining serious injuries. He was 72.

During a 30-year career, Horowitz, a native New Yorker, alternated between film and television in an executive capacity including long stints with NBC, ABC, Paramount and MGM Television, where he was involved in several TV series and pilots including “The Goodbye Girl,” “CHiPS” and “Buffalo Soldiers.”

While working for Albert S. Ruddy Prods. on the Paramount lot in 1972, he was involved with the script development, production and supervision of re-recording for the production of “The Godfather.”

Additional features he worked on included “Panic in the City,” “The Girl Who Knew Too Much,” “Cotter,” “Little Fauss & Big Halsy,” “The Longest Yard” and “Heaven Can Wait.”

He is survived by wife Aleks, three daughters and three grandchildren.

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