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Golan, Menahem, 1929-2014

LC control no.n 85185291
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Personal name headingGolan, Menahem, 1929-2014
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Variant(s)Golan, Menachem, 1929-2014
Globus, Menahem, 1929-2014
גולן, מנחם, 1929-
מנחם גולן
Birth date19290531
Death date20140808
Place of birthTiberias (Israel)
Place of deathJaffa (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Profession or occupationMotion picture producers and directors Screenwriters
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inRunaway train [MP] 1985: credits (producer, Menahem Golan)
What's good for the goose [MP] 1969: credits (directed, screenplay and story by Menachem Golan)
Int'l. mo. pic. alm., 1986 (Menahem Golan; b. 1931; producer, director, writer)
Internet Movie Database, Jan. 13, 2006 (Menahem Golan; b. Menahem Globus, May 31, 1929, Tiberias, Palestine; changed surname in 1948; sometimes credited as Menachem Golan)
New York times (online), viewed Aug. 11, 2014 (in obituary published Aug. 10: Menahem Golan; b. Menahem Globus, May 31, 1929, Tiberias; changed his surname to Golan in 1948, when the state of Israel was established; d. Friday [Aug. 8, 2014], Jaffa, aged 85; colorful Israeli filmmaker who began his prolific B-movie career with Roger Corman, introduced audiences to Jean-Claude Van Damme, and during his 1980s heyday directed action stars like Sylvester Stallone and Chuck Norris; produced more than 200 films, directed more than 40, and wrote almost as many (often under the name Joseph Goldman [no publications in LC database]))
Associated languageeng heb