United Artists Executive Was 99 –

Walter Boxer, a charismatic and globe-trotting executive with United Artists, passed away at the age of 99 on November 29. He spent over four decades representing the company in various cities around the world, including Sydney, Johannesburg, Bangkok, and London. Boxer, who was fluent in four languages, was known for his sociable nature and was often seen dining with famous individuals at top restaurants. A graduate of Columbia University, Boxer served in the U.S. Air Force and later joined United Artists. He also worked as a producer on the film “Rainy Day Friends” in 1985. Boxer never married but had a long-term personal relationship and is survived by his nephews.

Summery :

– Walter Boxer, a former executive with United Artists, has died at the age of 99
– He spoke four languages and worked with United Artists in New York, Sydney, Johannesburg, Bangkok, and London
– Boxer was well-known in London and Hollywood film circles and was often seen with famous people
– He was a people person and served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II
– He began his career in Los Angeles and had a close personal relationship with Guy Greengard
– Survivors include two nephews

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