Magazine article Variety

REMEMBERED: Stanley Rubin

Magazine article Variety

REMEMBERED: Stanley Rubin

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Producer-scribe worked with Robert Mitchum, Clint Eastwood; won Emmy

riter-producer Stanley Rubin, whose wide range of credits included classic film noir "The Narrow Margin," Marilyn Monroe-Robert Mitchum Western "River of No Return," TV series "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" and Clint Eastwood's 1990 feature "White Hunter Black Heart," died March 2 at his home above the Sunset Strip. He was 96.

Rubin was a leader at the Writers Guild and Producers Guild. He negotiated contracts for the former and served the latter as president for five years.

He wrote 19 feature films and produced more than 25 in a career that spanned seven decades. But frustration with the film business also led him to television in that medium's early stages.

He won an Emmy in 1949, at the first Primetime Emmy Awards, for an episode of an anthology series he co-created, "Your Show Time. …

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