Hollywood producer and novelist David B. Charnay, 90, of Calabasas died Oct. 2 at Cedars Sinai Hospital due to complications from surgery. He was born to Dr. Isadore and Jeannette Lipton Charnay in New York City on April 13, 1912.
In 1967 Charnay assumed control of Four Star International, Inc., a publicly-held movie and television studio formed by actors Dick Powell, Charles Boyer and David Niven. He ran it for 16 years before selling control of the company and retiring to write nove...
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