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Stigwood, Robert, 1934-2016

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Personal name headingStigwood, Robert, 1934-2016
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See alsoRobert Stigwood Orchestra
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Robert Stigwood Organization, Inc.
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Associated countryGreat Britain
LocatedLondon (England)
Birth date1934-04-16
Death date2016-01-04
Place of birthAdelaide (S.A.)
Field of activityMotion pictures--Production and direction Theater--Production and direction
Profession or occupationMotion picture producers and directors Theatrical producers and directors Sound recording executives and producers Concert agents Impresarios
Found inHis The official "Sgt. ... 1978: t.p. (Robert Stigwood) p. 79 (producer, b. Adelaide, Aus., 1934)
Gallipoli [VR], 2005, 1981: (Robert Stigwood; producer)
IMDb, Feb. 13, 2014 (Robert Stigwood; producer; born April 16, 1934 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; Robert Colin Stigwood)
Wikipedia, Feb. 13, 2014 (Robert Stigwood; film producer; relocated to England in 1954; managed music groups like Cream and The Bee Gees; produced Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar for the theater)
New York times WWW site, viewed Jan. 5, 2016 (in obituary published Jan. 4: Robert Stigwood; b. Robert Colin Stigwood, Apr. 16, 1934, Adelaide, Australia; moved to London after working briefly as an advertising copywriter; d. Monday [Jan. 4, 2016], aged 81; producer, personal manager, and music executive whose blockbuster hits with the Bee Gees and work on the films Saturday night fever and Grease made him one of the most successful impresarios of the 1970s)
Associated languageeng