Arthur Loew Jr.

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Arthur Loew Jr.
Born(1925-12-26)December 26, 1925
DiedNovember 10, 1995(1995-11-10) (aged 69)
Spouse(s) Deborah Minardos Power (1959–1963)
Regina Groves (19661995)
Children4 sons & 2 daughters

Arthur Loew Jr. (December 26, 1925 – November 10, 1995) was an American film producer. [1] [2] [3]


Loew was born in New York City on December 26, 1925. His maternal grandfather, Adolph Zukor, founded Paramount Pictures. His paternal grandfather, Marcus Loew, founded Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Loew's Theaters, and his father, Arthur Loew Sr., was a president of M-G-M.

He produced such films as The Affairs of Dobie Gillis and Penelope starring Natalie Wood. In the 1950s he was briefly married to Deborah Minardos Power, [4] who had previously been the wife of actors Nico Minardos and Tyrone Power. Loew died in 1995 in Amado, Arizona at age 69 of lung cancer.


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  1. The New York Times
  2. Variety
  3. Variety
  4. "Tyrone Power and Deborah". Java's Journey. March 5, 2014.