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Harry Cohn Overview:

Legendary producer, Harry Cohn, was born on Jul 23, 1891 in New York City, NY. Cohn died at the age of 66 on Feb 27, 1958 in Phoenix, AZ and was laid to rest in Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, CA.

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Cohn was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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Uncle of Robert Cohn.

It was absolutely no secret that many people loathed Harry Cohn, but Cohn actually enjoyed his reputation of being the most hated man in Hollywood. In February 1958 when he died, the classic comment (usually attributed to Red Skelton) upon seeing the large number of people showing up for Cohn's funeral: "Give the people what they want, and they'll turn out for it!" When a member of the Temple asked the Rabbi to say "one good thing" about the deceased, he paused and said "He's dead".

Appears in the novel "The Vertigo Murders: An Alfred Hitchcock Mystery", by J. Madison Davis.

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