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Born: December 18, 1950 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Raised in Teaneck, New Jersey
1966:
Began film magazine FILM FAN MONTHLY at age 15; remained editor and publisher for nine years
1973:
Held a faculty position at the New School for Social Research
1976:
Served as guest director of the Museum of Modern Art's Bicentennial Salute to American Film Comedy
1982:
Joined TV show, "Entertainment Tonight" in its first season as a film critic; later began producing (as well as writing and editing) features and interviews
1985:
Organized Museum of Modern Art tribute to Warner Bros Cartoons
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Host of radio program, "Leonard Maltin on Video"
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Served as contributing editor, VIDEO REVIEW magazine
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Returned to film reviewing on "Entertainment Tonight" in the early 1990s
1998:
Ordered to apologize to actor Billy Gray for refering to him as a drug addict in a review of the 1971 documentary "Dusty and Sweets McGee"
1998:
Appointed as film critic for PLAYBOY, replacing Bruce Williamson

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