Began career as exhibitor in Far East
Founded Panasia Film, Ltd., distribution, acquisition and film representation company, in Hong Kong (sold to Raymond Chow's Golden Harvest Company, 1976)
Founded Carolco, financing and distribution company with Mario Kassar (later moved into production)
First feature as producer, "The Silent Partner" (also first Carolco production)
Founder and first president of American Film Marketing Association
Sold interest in Carolco to Kassar (Decemember)
Release of last Carolco Productions he was associated with as executive producer: "Air America", "The Narrow Margin", "Mountains of the Moon", "Total Recall" and "Jacob's Ladder"
Formed Cinergi Productions Inc.
Arranged an exclusive five-year distribution and co-financing deal with Disney
Created the Summit Group, a joint venture among Cinergi, Constantin Films (headed by Bernd Eichinger) and Regency Intl. (headed by Arnon Milchan) to handle foreign distribution rights for films they produce, as well as select other films
First Cinergi release, "Medicine Man"
Cinergi Pictures Entertainment, Inc liquidated; Disney purchased the film library
Formed Intercom, a Budapest-based distribution and production company
Reteamed with Mario Kassar