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Producer, Louis B. Mayer, was born Ezemiel Mayer on Jul 12, 1884 in Dymer, Russian Empire (now Ukraine). Mayer died at the age of 73 on Oct 29, 1957 in Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Home of Peace Memorial Park Cemetery in East Los Angeles, CA.

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures. In addition, Mayer was inducted into the Canadian Walk of Fame . However he won one Honorary Award in 1950 for distinguished service to the motion picture industry.

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Uncle of producer Jack Cummings.

Was the father-in-law of producer/studio boss William Goetz (1903-69), married to Mayer's daughter Edith (Mrs. William Goetz). As one of the initial investors in Darryl F. Zanuck's fledgling Twentieth Century Pictures (which would soon merge with ailing Fox), Mayer insisted that his son-in-law be hired so as to get him out of MGM. Goetz served as executive vice president of Twentieth Century-Fox, heading the studio during Darryl F. Zanuck's leave of absence to serve in the military in 1942. Zanuck, fearful of his underling's ambitions, forced him out of the company upon his return in 1943. Ironically both Mayer and Zanuck felt that Goetz was decidedly unimaginative and a mediocre film executive. That same year Goetz formed International Pictures, which merged with Universal in 1946. Goetz would go on to become one of the most successful movie moguls in the post-TV era.

Salary as head of MGM in 1937, $1,300,000.

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