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  Aaron Spelling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Spelling also produced the NBC daytime soap opera Sunset Beach from 1997 to 1999, and in one of his few acting roles since the 60's, played one of Bette's (Kathleen Noone) ex-husbands for one day in 1997.
On January 28, 2006, Spelling was sued by his former nurse who seeks unspecified damages for ten claims, including sexual harassment and discrimination, retaliation, sexual battery (for making "contact with the plaintiff's intimate parts"), assault, wrongful termination, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
In 2001, Spelling was diagnosed with oral cancer.
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 Beacon TV: Aaron Spelling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
As he recalls in his 1996 autobiography ''Aaron Spelling: A Prime-Time Life,'' as a producer he had a show on the air every season from 1960 to 1989.
Spelling was not only formidably accessible, at press conferences and in less formal settings with critics, he actually seemed to enjoy talking.
Spelling stepped into the Wayback Machine and began telling a story about being young in Hollywood, working as a writer and director, and being discovered by Preston Sturges.
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 Aaron Spelling
One of five children, Aaron Spelling was born April 22, 1925, in Dallas, Texas, to poor Jewish immigrants.
As a boy, Spelling was the only Jewish student at his school, a fact that led to constant harassment at the hands of his classmates.
Spelling's sister convinced his employers to hire him back, which they did, under one condition: Spelling would have to leave town and never come back.
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 Spelling, Aaron
Aaron Spelling is one of television's most prolific and successful producers of dramatic series and made-for-television films.
Spelling began his career as a successful student playwright at Southern Methodist University where he won the Eugene O'Neill Award for original one-act plays in 1947 and 1948.
Another Spelling innovation which first appeared in Love Boat was the ritualized introductory sequence that formally presented the multiple plots in each week's episode as well as the series' main characters.
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 Aaron Spelling
Spelling reportedly grew depressed with his career and gloomy about his wife's success, and she divorced him.
Spelling won two Emmys in his career, and of all his projects, he said he was proudest of 7th Heaven with Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks, for its presentation of a family he describes as "not at all dysfunctional".
Spelling's Hollywood mansion was the largest single-family dwelling in California, and reportedly had 123 rooms, a gymnasium, a bowling alley, a screening room, and indoor parking for up to eight limousines.
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 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Obituary: Aaron Spelling
Aaron Spelling, who has died at his home in Los Angeles, was a giant figure in American TV and launched the careers of many of the 1980s biggest stars.
Spelling was one of five children born to Jewish immigrants in Dallas in 1923.
Spelling was honoured by the Producers Guild of America in 2000 with its Golden Laurel Award for Lifetime Achievement in Television.
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 CBC Arts: TV mega-producer Aaron Spelling dies
Spelling was a one-time movie bit player who was nearly broke when he came to Hollywood in hopes of becoming an actor.
Aaron Spelling was born April 22, 1923, in Dallas "on the wrong side of the tracks," according to his 1996 autobiography.
Aaron Spelling, centre, poses with actresses Linda Evans, left, and Joan Collins during a gathering of ABC executives in Beverly Hills, Calif., on June 18, 1984.
www.cbc.ca /story/arts/national/2006/06/23/spelling23062006.html   (1322 words)

  
 Ultimate Dynasty: Aaron Spelling
Aaron Spelling can be considered the king of episodic television because of his massive body of work that includes more than 4 500 hours of TV programming to his credit.
Aaron Spelling grew up the son of a poor Jewish immigrants in Dallas, Texas.
Traumatized by constant bullying from his WASP schoolmates, Spelling psychosomatically lost the use of his legs at age eight and was confined to bed for a year.
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 Sunset Beach - Aaron Spelling
Aaron Spelling was born in Dallas, Texas on April 22, 1925/8 (differing information!).
He is married to Carol Jean Spelling (Candy) and they have a daughter, Vicoria Davey (Tori) and a son, Randall Gene (Randy).
Aaron Spelling is one of Hollywood Television's best known producers for his distinct style of what he called "fast food entertainment" with Hollywood glamour, and plots, lines and gestures stamped out predictably.
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 Scotsman.com News - Latest News - TV producer Aaron Spelling dies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Among Spelling's other television shows were "Fantasy Island," "Starsky and Hutch," "Hart to Hart, "Charlie's Angels," and "Love Boat." He is survived by his wife, Candy, daughter Tori Spelling, who starred on 'Beverly Hills 90210," and son Randy Spelling, also an actor.
Spelling, a decorated war veteran, lifted himself out of poverty to become one of the richest and most powerful men in Hollywood.
Many of Spelling's shows offered a glimpse of fabulously wealthy and photogenic people whose lives were often miserable, a reminder that the grass is not always greener on the other side.
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 kyw.com - Aaron Spelling Dies At 83
Spelling died at his mansion in Los Angeles after suffering a stroke on June 18, according to publicist Kevin Sasaki.
During the 1970s and 1980s, Spelling provided series and movies exclusively for ABC and is credited for the network's rise to major status.
Spelling's friendship with such actor-producers as Dick Powell, Jack Webb and Alan Ladd led to his rapid rise as a prolific writer and later producer of TV series.
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 BBC NEWS | Entertainment | US TV legend Aaron Spelling dies
Spelling died at 6.25 pm this afternoon, he was in his home in Beverly Hills with his wife Candy and son Randy at his bedside.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Spelling was "the most prolific TV producer of all time," producing more than 5,000 hours of television programming, including more than 300 hours of made-for-television movies and at least a dozen films.
Spelling's own daughter, Tori Spelling, won a role in Beverly Hills 90210, a show based around a California high school which became popular in the 1990s.
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 TV innovator Aaron Spelling dies at 83 - TELEVISION - MSNBC.com
Television producer Aaron Spelling, whose hit shows include "Beverly Hills 90210," "Dynasty," "Charlie's Angels," "Love Boat" and "Melrose Place," suffered a stroke last weekend and was briefly hospitalized.
Spelling died at his home in Los Angeles after suffering a stroke on June 18, according to publicist Kevin Sasaki.
Spelling grew up in a small frame house on Browder Street in Dallas “on the wrong side of the tracks,” he wrote in his 1996 autobiography.
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 TV Titan Aaron Spelling Dead at 83 - Jun 24, 2006 - E! Online News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Spelling's stroke last Sunday, initially downplayed by his publicist, was the latest health problem for the TV titan.
Spelling claimed a second Emmy in 1994 for bringing And the Band Played On, journalist Randy Shilts' acclaimed history of the AIDS crisis, to the small screen.
Spelling's latter-day hits were among his biggest hits: The family drama 7th Heaven, which premiered in 1996, and the supernatural series Charmed, casting spells as of 1998, paced the WB into the 21st century.
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 aaron spelling information sources
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 aaron spelling - Defamer
By now surely you have heard that Aaron Spelling, the TV-producing giant who popularized cruise-directing cupids, wish-granting midgets, and John Forsythe's disembodied, mission-deploying voice, died Friday evening at the age of 83, after having a stroke last weekend.
The senior Spelling had his stroke some time last weekend, which would put his daughter's journey back home at the five days (give or take day or two for the publication of her itinerary) and counting mark.
Spelling also demands that his favorite porridge fixings of brown sugar and banana be boated in daily from Costa Rica, preferably mulched by any unlucky field workers who happened to be netted in the automated harvesting process.
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 Aaron Spelling Dies at 83 | Aaron Spelling : People.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
TV mogul Aaron Spelling, whose unparalleled string of hits ran from The Mod Squad in the '60s to today's 7th Heaven, died in his mansion near Beverly Hills on Friday.
On Wednesday, Spelling's actress daughter, Tori, 33, told PEOPLE she and her new husband, Dean McDermott, planned to fly home from Canada to be with her father.
While most of Spelling's shows were wildly popular, few could match the frenzy sparked by Charlie's Angels, which debuted in 1976, popularized the word "jiggle," made a star of Farrah Fawcett and eventually was aired in some 90 countries, from Sri Lanka to Bangladesh.
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 Aaron Spelling - Ask.com Search
Aaron Spelling (born April 22, 1923 in Dallas, Texas) is a Jewish American film and television producer.
Aaron Spelling's House - most expensive house in Bev Hills - 50 mill...
Aaron Spelling (born April 22, 1923 in Dallas, Texas) is an American film and television producer.He has worked in some capacity on almost 200...
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 RIP: Aaron Spelling - Cinematical
Spelling served in the Army during World War II, and after returning home eventually headed to Hollywood where he worked briefly as an actor, playing bit parts on TV and in films like Three Young Texans and Wyoming Renegades.
Spelling's greatest success came in the 1970s and 80s, when he produced series such as The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Starsky and Hutch, T.J. Hooker, Hart to Hart, Dynasty, and Charlie's Angels.
Aaron Spelling was such a wonderful and talented man. He will be greatly missed.
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 CNN.com - Television producer Aaron Spelling dies - Jun 23, 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Aaron Spelling with his daughter Tori Spelling and actor Stephen Collins at the 2005 TV Land Awards.
LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- Aaron Spelling, a onetime movie bit player who created a massive number of hit series, from the vintage "Charlie's Angels" and "Dynasty" to "Beverly Hills 90210" and "Melrose Place," died Friday, his publicist said.
Spelling's other hit series included "Love Boat," "Fantasy Island," "Burke's Law," "The Mod Squad," "Starsky and Hutch," "T.J. Hooker," "Matt Houston," "Hart to Hart" and "Hotel." He kept his hand in 21st-century TV with series including "7th Heaven" and "Summerland." (Watch Spelling's journey from Angels to 7th Heaven via 90210 -- 3:26)
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 TVgasm - Miscellaneous TV: Screw Earth Day - Celebrate Aaron Spelling
Spelling was born in 1923, and my parents were barely 10 years old before he started producing his first work for television in 1955.
Spelling has another 50 years of making humorous, overdramatic, semi-scandalous, and derivative television and features that our children and our children's children will learn to love.
Spelling was probably on the take from the government -- they had some program where they would pay TV shows to include anti-drug plotlines.
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 Aaron Spelling Health Scare - Aug 17, 2001 - E! Online News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The rep, Kevin Sasaki, released a brief statement saying Spelling was recovering at his Los Angeles mansion.
According to the statement, Spelling, who's regularly spotted puffing on a pipe, "has been working from home while recuperating and thanks everyone for their good wishes.
Spelling, whose age is listed in various sources as either 78 or 76, lives with his second wife, Candy, in a 56,550-square-foot 123-room spread (dubbed "The Manor") near Beverly Hills.
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 Angelic Heaven - Actor Bios - Aaron Spelling
Aaron Spelling grew up the son of a poor Jewish immigrants in Dallas,Texas.
Spelling started his first partnership with Danny Thomas and during the three year partnership they produced The Danny Thomas Show, The Guns of Will Sonnet and The Mod Squad, plus six movies of the weeks for ABC-TV.
Spelling's most current projects were the theatical film Night Falls on Manhattan and Stephen King's Thinner.
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 Aaron Spelling Tribute
Aaron Spelling has produced almost one hundred different series/movies.
In 1986 his company went public and formed Spelling Entertainment, Inc. As of 1995, he is vice-chairman of Spelling Entertainment, Inc. and chairman of Spelling Television, a subsidiary.
Aaron grew up in poor in Dallas and went to a school were he was the only one that was Jewish.
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 eBay - aaron spelling, Television Memorabilia, Nonfiction Books items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Aaron Spelling's: Beverly Hills 90210 1st Episode VHS
AARON SPELLING signed autographed PRIME TIME LIFE book
Aaron Spelling, A Prime time Life audio cassettes nib
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 Aaron Spelling Has Stroke, Spokesman Says Legendary TV Producer, 83, Is Being Treated At Home - The ShowBuzz
Producer Aaron Spelling onstage at the 2005 TV Land Awards at Barker Hangar on March 13, 2005 in Santa Monica, Calif. (GETTY)
Spelling's wife Candy has been at his side.
Spelling and his second wife, Candy, have two children, actress Tori Spelling and actor Randy, who appeared in the short-lived “Malibu Shores.”
www.showbuzz.cbsnews.com /stories/2006/06/21/people/main1738893.shtml   (274 words)

  
 Aaron Spelling Production Companies
"SPELLING" has the largest typeface, and the additional byline is progressively smaller, and appear below the Spelling name.
The word "SPELLING" would then slide from that direction, with the word "Television" inside the lower line.
The S in Spelling is a bit larger than the rest of the logo, which shines in with "pings."
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