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  • J.J. Cohn - IMDb

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    J.J. Cohn: Ben-Hur. J.J. Cohn was born on December 3, 1895 in New York City, New York, USA as Joseph Judson Cohn. He was a producer and production manager, known for Ben-Hur (1959), An American in Paris (1951) and Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925). He died on January 12, 1996 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.

  • Joseph Judson Cohn Estate - The Drillings™

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    Joseph Judson Cohn Estate is a private entity based in Beverly Hills, California and named as a lessee in 2 oil and gas leases—1 is authorized and 1 is closed.

  • Scarecrow (wine) - Wikipedia

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    History. In 1943, Joseph Judson Cohn, an MGM executive producer of films such as The Wizard of Oz acquired the 195-acre (79 ha) property of Rutherford land adjacent to Inglenook Winery founded by Gustave Niebaum.

  • Joseph Judson Cohn - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Joseph Judson Cohn Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Joseph Judson Cohn photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • Joseph Judson Cohn Biography | Fandango

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    A founding member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, producer Joseph Judson Cohn's lifelong affiliation with the film industry began in 1915 after he was hired to serve as a service manager for the Fox Film Company. Three years later, Cohn was named the business manager for the California division of Samuel Goldwyn's production company. When Goldwyn...

  • Joseph Judson Cohn | Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos - allmovie.com

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    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Joseph Judson Cohn on AllMovie - A founding member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, producer Joseph Judson Cohn's…

  • Obituary: J. J. Cohn | The Independent

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    Obituary: J. J. Cohn. Kevin Brownlow; Wednesday 31 January 1996 00 ... "That way we can't be hurt. Otherwise it won't be under a million." Cohn was summoned to meet Frank Godsol, the armaments millionaire who had taken over the studio from Sam Goldwyn. "He told me, 'Bowes thinks ... for all its creative conflict, turned out so many of the finest films ever made. Joseph Judson Cohn, film producer: born 23 December 1895; died Beverly Hills, California 12 January 1996. More about: Film ...

  • Cohn - Wikipedia

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    Joan Cohn (née Joan Perry), the widow of Harry Cohn; Joseph Judson Cohn (d. 1996), MGM producer, founder of J.J. Cohn Estate; Lawrence H. Cohn (1937–2016), American cardiac surgeon and researcher; Leopold Cohn (1862–1937), Hungary-born Christian clergyman; Leopold Cohn (1856–1915), German author and philologist; Linda Cohn (b. 1959), American sportscaster;

  • Scarecrow (wine) - broom02.revolvy.com

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    Scarecrow , historically the J.J. Cohn Estate , is a California wine producer. The estate is located in Rutherford, CA , within the Rutherford AVA in the Napa Valley AVA zone. History In 1943, Joseph Judson Cohn, an MGM executive producer of films such as The Wizard of Oz acquired the 195-acre (79 ha) property of Rutherford land adjacent to Inglenook Winery founded by Gustave Niebaum . In 1945 he was persuaded by his neighbor in charge of Inglenook since 1939, John Daniel Jr., to plant grape ...

  • Scarecrow Wine - T Edward Wines

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    Joseph Judson Cohn was born in Harlem in 1895 to Russian immigrant parents. After an impoverished childhood he moved to California in the early 1920's where

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