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- Alain Bernheim, born 1931 in Paris, France, lives in Montreux, Switzerland. At the age of twelve he was arrested by the Gestapo and sent to the concentration camp Drancy, at fifteen he was chosen to represent the Lycée Janson-de-Sailly at the Concours Général of philosophy. He studied at the Paris Conservatory of Music, was the first French music student to receive a Fulbright scholarship which allowed him to study further at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, won second prize together with Vladimir Ashkenazy at the international piano contest in Bucharest in 1953 and gave some 2,000 concerts until 1980. Then he stopped his musical career for health reasons and turned to Masonic research.
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- Alain Bernheim was a French-born American film producer and literary agent.
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A Guide for Independent Filmmakers by John W. Cones
lawsuit filed by humorist Art Buchwald and mo/ * A breach/of/contract tion picture producer Alain Bernheim against Paramount Pictures relating to the Eddie Mur/ phy film Coming to America. The trial judge first ruled in january of 1990 that ...
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