ZANUCK, DARRYL FRANCIS - Los Angeles County, California | DARRYL FRANCIS ZANUCK - California Gravestone Photos

Darryl Francis ZANUCK

Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery
Los Angeles County,
California

DARRYL FRANCIS ZANUCK
B: 05 Sep 1902, Wahoo, NE
D: 22 Dec 1979, Palm Springs, CA
"Co-founder, president and producer of 20th Century Fox Studio. Doctor of Humanities, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska. Mason 50 years receiving the highest degree. In his lifetime, received such a host of degrees, diplomas and awards from all over the world, that it is impossible to state them all. Private World War I overseas, 14 years old. World War II colonel, active duty overseas, U.S. Signal Corp, Algiers. Listed below are a few of the service ribbons and decorations he was proudly authorized to wear: Victory Medal (WWI); Medal of French Legion of Honor with Rouge Rosette (WWI); Asiatic Pacific Campaign ribbons and European-Africa-Middle Eastern Campaign ribbons.
A man who used his imaginative, creative genius to deliver inspiration through his celebrated motion pictures. He imparted a lifetime message of decency, love, patriotism, justice, equality and hope throughout the nation and the world. Beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather and Great-Grandfather. I love you, Daddy-- You will never be forgotten. --Darrylin"

He is "an American film producer and studio executive; he earlier contributed stories for films starting in the silent era. He played a major part in the Hollywood studio system as one of its longest survivors (the length of his career was rivaled only by that of Adolph Zukor). He earned three Academy Awards as producer for Best Picture during his tenure, but was responsible for many more." -courtesy of Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darryl_F._Zanuck)

Contributed on 8/8/16 by thecaryn
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Submitted: 8/8/16 • Approved: 8/10/16 • Last Updated: 8/10/16 • R9033-G0

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