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  1. Harry Cohn (July 23, 1891 – February 27, 1958) was a co-founder, president, and production director of Columbia Pictures Corporation. [1] Life and career [ edit ]

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  3. Harry Cohn - Wikipedia

    Harry Cohn (July 23, 1891 – February 27, 1958) was a co-founder, president, and production director of Columbia Pictures Corporation. [1] Life and career [ edit ]

  4. Harry Cohn | American film producer | Britannica

    Harry Cohn, (born July 23, 1891, New York, N.Y., U.S.—died February 27, 1958, Phoenix, Ariz.), cofounder and president of Columbia Pictures and winner of 45 Academy Awards for films he produced. The son of an immigrant Polish-Jewish tailor, Cohn quit school at age 14 and worked at sundry jobs before becoming a vaudeville singer and song plugger.

  5. This Tinseltown Tyrant Used Sexual Exploitation to Build a ...

    For a significant number of movie stars, a career in pictures started instead with sexual exploitation on the “casting couch” of Harry Cohn, one of Hollywood’s most powerful—and brutal—men. As...

  6. Harry Cohn - IMDb

    Harry Cohn Jump to Edit Overview Born July 23, 1891 · New York City, New York, USA Died February 27, 1958 · Phoenix, Arizona, USA (heart attack) Nickname King Cohn Mini Bio He was crude, uneducated, foul and, even on his best behavior, abrasive.

  7. Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc. | American company

    Harry Cohn Fay Vincent. Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.,, American motion-picture studio that became a major Hollywood studio under its longtime president, Harry Cohn. Columbia originated in 1920 when Cohn, Joe Brandt, and Harry’s brother Jack Cohn founded the C.B.C. Sales Film Corporation to produce shorts and low-budget westerns and ...

  8. Top 10 Casting Couch Victims Who Dared To Name Names

    Harry Cohn also pursued Marilyn Monroe, and when she rejected his advances, he went into a rage. Jonie Taps, his executive assistant at Columbia Pictures, reported a telephone call during which Cohn raged at the party on the other end of the line, demanding to know why “that fat pig” Monroe had been given a part in the 1948 film Ladies of ...

  9. Casting-Couch Tactics Plagued Hollywood Before Harvey ...

    According to Beauchamp: “Harry Cohn at Columbia Pictures and Jack Warner at Warner Bros. were Abusive with a capital ‘A.’ Mayer believed he’d built his studio brick by brick, it was his town, and...

  10. Harry Cohn (1891-1958) - Find a Grave Memorial

    Harry Cohn Birth 23 Jul 1891 New York, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA Death 27 Feb 1958 (aged 66) Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA Burial Hollywood Forever Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California, USA Show Map Plot Garden of Legends (Section 8), Lot 86, Grave 1 (directly across street from Cathedral Mausoleum) Memorial ID

  11. A Biography Of Hollywood Mogul Harry Cohn

    Harry Cohn, the chief executive officer of Columbia Pictures from 1932 until his death in 1958, prided himself on being unique. Regarded as the youngest Hollywood mogul, he was also the only...

  12. Harry Cohn Built Hollywood, and Everyone Hated Him for It

    The studio executive died of a sudden heart attack. Though having a hated figure in the industry, his funeral apparently packed full of stars celebrating his death. Join Facts Verse as we explore how Harry Cohn built Hollywood, and everyone hated him for it.