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Also Known As: Billy Gerber, William Gerber Died:
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Birth Place: Profession: executive, film professor, musician, concert promoter, manager

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Former member of the experimental Factory of the Eccentric Actor (FEX) who turned to directing in the early 1930s. Gerasimov's films eschewed his earlier avant-garde leanings and tended to conform with the prevailing dicta of socialist realism. He is best known for "The Young Guard" (1948) and his epic adaptation of Mikhail Sholokov's "And Quiet Flows the Don" (1957).

Former member of the experimental Factory of the Eccentric Actor (FEX) who turned to directing in the early 1930s. Gerasimov's films eschewed his earlier avant-garde leanings and tended to conform with the prevailing dicta of socialist realism. He is best known for "The Young Guard" (1948) and his epic adaptation of Mikhail Sholokov's "And Quiet Flows the Don" (1957).

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Was concert promoter with Fun Productions
1996:
With Lorenzo di Bonaventura, named as co-president of Warner Bros. worldwide theatrical production
1992:
Named executive vice president of production
1998:
"Stepped down" as co-president of production at Warners
1986:
Joined Warner Brothers as vice president of production
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Became partner in Lookout Management, which handled rock bands like Devo and The Cars
1990:
Promoted to senior vice president of production
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Education

Beverly Hills High School: Beverly Hills, California -
University of California at Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz, California -

Notes

Gerber was a professor in UCLA's producer's program.

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wife:
Eve Gerber.

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