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Joe Keane, television producer and director, died of cancer Jan. 4 in Woodland Hills. He was 69. He began his career as an actor after graduating from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.
Joshua Wattles, Paramount Pictures' corporate senior VP and deputy general counsel, has left the company after 11 years, it was confirmed yesterday.
Northern Arts Entertainment Inc., the Massachussetts-based company, has appointed Alison Brantley VP of acquisitions for theatrical distribution.
Sumner Arthur Long, veteran TV writer and playwright who wrote the play "It's Never Too Late," died Jan. 6 in his sleep of cancer in Los Angeles.
Richard Branda, actor and writer, died Jan. 7 in Los Angeles after a five-year battle with colon cancer. He was 57.
Norman West, an art and props department employee, died due to complications of AIDS on Jan. 17 in Seattle.
James F. Cardwell and Edward J. Byrnes have been promoted to executive veepees at Warner Home Video in domestic and international, respectively, as part of the restructuring of the company.
Jack and Robin Sholder, a boy, Oliver Brower, Dec. 23, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.