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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 20, 1997, Tokyo, Japan p m$w^mm*i 20,1997 ISa0ANCHORAGE — No dam-age or injuries were report-ed after an earthquake witha preliminary magnitude of 4.7 shookAnchorage,The quake was centered about 31miles west southwest of Anchorage, saidRoger Hansen, a seismologist at theAlaska, Earthquake Information Center,At Tundra Arts, a gift shop in down-town Anchorage, owner Kasey Correiasaid carvings and a ceramic figure fell tothe floor but were not damaged."There was a lot of rattling," Correiasaid. "It was hairy. We're still startledby it."dies at 64LOS ANGELES — L: Jef-frey Selznick, a film andtelevision producer whosefamily has been involved in the busi-ness almost from the beginning of Hol-lywood, has died. He was 64.Selznick suffered a heart attack dur-ing a business meeting in Los Angeles,said his brother, Daniel.In 1989, ^elznick and his brotherwere the executive producers of "TheMaking of a Legend-VGone With theWind,"' a Peabody Awara-winning doc-umentary that helped mark the 50thanniversary of "Gone With the Wind."Their father, David O. Selznick, pro-duced that film, ^Their mother, Irene Mayer Selzaiick,took/up producing plays on Broadwayafter divorcing their father in 1948.Among her hits: "A Streetcar NamedDesire," "6ell> Book and Candle" and"The Chalk Garden/'In France, Jeffrey Selznick producedAlexandra Astruc's"Longue Marche,"about Resistance fighters in southwestfVance in 1944. In England, he alsoproduced Andrew Sinclair's "Breakingof Bimbo," a comedy about a militarycadet. ' -. ; '. •' J ."''-' • ,- ' •''';'"'',.';.' \ • ' " .. , - ' ' V '.,' '-' ' • I " -tlFrom wire reports
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