Hollywood aims to keep tax rate the same
Comments 0 In this 1948 photo, Hollywood attorney Greg Bautzer arrives at Ciro’s with Joan Crawford in one of the Cadillacs she gave him. (Nat Dallinger / May 2, 2013) Also By Susan King July 12, 2013, 6:00 a.m. For nearly 50 years Greg Bautzer was one of the premier entertainment attorneys in Hollywood, with a client list that included moguls Howard Hughes, Charles Bluhdorn, Darryl Zanuck and Kirk Kerkorian. He also made a name for himself handling the high-profile divorces of Ingrid Bergman, Nancy Sinatra and Rock Hudson. Movie-star handsome, he was engaged to Lana Turner and Dorothy Lamour, dated such other glamorous actresses as Ginger Rogers and Joan Crawford, and was married four times, including to actress Dana Wynter.
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