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Apple The Beatles formed Apple Corps Ltd. in 1968 primarily as their own record label.   At the press conference announcing the formation of Apple, The Beatles named Harry Nilsson as both their favorite American artist and as their favorite American group.   Son of Dracula was billed as "An Apple Films ...
BBC The British Broadcasting Corporation (the BBC) recorded and aired two In Concert TV specials featuring Harry Nilsson .   In 1997, BBC Radio aired a two-part show about Harry Nilsson and his music called "The Thing About Harry ."  
Crossroads Films Crossroads Films produced the "Coke, You Nut " TV commercial featuring Harry Nilsson's "Coconut ."
David Hale Associates In early 1987, Hawkeye Entertainment Inc. (NASDAQ/SBIZ) announced its intention to acquire David Hale Associates [1] , a graphics design and advertising agency in Los Angeles, California . At the time, Hale's clients included MCA Records , CBS Records , Westwood One/Mutual , and Panavision . [2]   ...
Grosvenor Music Grosvenor Music is the music publication company Harry Nilsson started around the time he was recording Harry .      
Hawkeye Entertainment Harry Nilsson was a co-founder of Hawkeye Entertainment ( NASDAQ / SBIZ ) which was incorporated in Colorado on October 23, 1985.   Cindy Sims was President of Hawkeye which was located at 11330 Ventura Blvd in Los Angeles, California . Terry Southern was appointed a director of the company. James ...
Kirkland & Ellis Kirkland & Ellis's Restructuring, Insolvency, Workout & Bankruptcy Group represented Harry Nilsson during his bankruptcy proceedings "as debtor-in-possession. Confirmed plan of reorganization providing for 100% payment to creditors."     External Links Official Web Site
March of Dimes Harry Nilsson and John Lennon took to the stage in Sheep Meadow inside New York's Central Park on April 28, 1974, at a benefit for the March of Dimes .   Mark Lapidos , the founder of Beatlefest , first met Lennon and Nilsson that afternoon.   A segment aired on ABC World News Tonight with David ...
Nilsson House Harry Nilsson often credited "Nilsson House" as the producer of songs he produced.   The Point! was produced by Nilsson House Music, Inc. and Murakami Wolf Productions .   Nilsson House Music, Inc. was incorporated as a domestic stock company in California on July 10, 1969. The corporation was ...
Nilsson House Productions Harry Nilsson headed up Nilsson House Productions with his associates, his lawyer, Dennis Bond , and Larry Gordon (who later produced films like Die Hard and Field of Dreams ). In 1970, Nilsson House Productions purchased the film rights to a short-story by Kurt Vonnegut with filming expected to ...
Nilsson Productions, Inc. Nilsson Productions, Inc. was incorporated in California on March 17, 1969. The mailing address for the company was:   Nilsson Productions, Inc. 9028 Sunset BLVD #201 Los Angeles, CA 90069   Harry Nilsson was listed as the CEO and Cindy Sims as the agent.  
Oblio's Dream Oblio's Dream was a fashion store in Palm Beach, Florida (and in South Hampton ) started by Oblio Wish and her partner, Rick Carroll . [1]   Although the store is named for its owner, there is a Harry Nilsson connection. As reported in USA Today :   Oblio's Dream [..] the leopard-printed shop ...
Pacific Family Entertainment In mid-2003, Pacific Family Entertainment announced a VHS and DVD release of The Point! . The DVD was released in August of 2003. But Triumph Marketing soon stop distributing the discs - apparently due to licensing issues.
Picture Pop Sticker #64 In 1974, Panini-Modena released "Picture Pop Sticker #64" featuring a photograph of Harry Nilsson on the front and a brief biography of the singer/songwriter on the back.   The bio on the back says:   NILSSON Born Harry Nilsson Schmisson in Brooklyn, New York. Moved to California when only 12. ...
R. B. Marich, Inc. R. B. Marich, Inc. was the underwriter for the initial public offering of stock in Harry Nilsson's company Hawkeye Entertainment .
Robin Hood Music Co. John Marascalco's music publishing business, Robin Hood Music, run from his home at 5531 Tuxedo Terrace in Los Angeles, California .  
Rumpelmayer's Harry Nilsson met his future wife, Una O'Keeffe at Rumpelmayer's in New York City . Located in the  St. Moritz Hotel , Rumpelmayer's opened as a tea room in the 1930s and closed in 1998.    
Tower Records Tower Records, a Capitol Records label, picked up Harry Nilsson's contract from Mercury in 1964. The Spotlight on Nilsson was released by Tower.
Xaqtly Music Xaqtly Music was Zak Nilsson's music production company.