The recently recovered original score to Charlie Chaplin's film "The Circus" will be performed by the National Symphony Orchestra during a screening of a new print of the pic at Wolf Trap Farm Park…
A $ 1 billion issue of Time Warner Entertainment L.P. senior notes, due July 15, 2033, was priced as 8 3/8 at 99.392 to yield 8.428%, according to MCM CorporateWatch.
Mario Bauza, 82, musician and bandleader, died July 11 in New York of cancer. Trained in both Afro-Cuban music and jazz, Bauza helped introduce Latin music to the United States.
E.O. Stacy, 81, longtime talent agent, died July 2 in Plymouth, Mass, after a lengthy illness.
Hearst New Media & Technology head Alfred C. Sikes has brought aboard one of his former FCC aides, Charles G. Schott, as VP of the unit, also hiring Cella M. Irvine in the same capacity.
Back from the dead, the New York Post hit the streets Tuesday with its old swagger, proclaiming it's "HERE TO STAY."
Richard Hayden Rorke, 40, former legit actor and scenic designer, died July 3 in Sherman Oaks after a long illnes.
A New Zealand production company has sued the producers of the film "Point Break" for allegedly basing the movie on a screenplay it owns.
Steve Kanaly to Covington, Ga. Joel Gotier in from Gotham. Peter Jones in from Frisco, Gotham.
Rita Grosz has been named director of national broadcast buying for 20th Century Fox.
Jerry Strivelli, 61, actor-writer-director, died June 21 of a heart attack in New York City.