Robert Evans, Iconic Producer of ‘Chinatown,’ Dies at 89

During Evans’ tenure running Paramount, he resurrected the studio with films including “Rosemary’s Baby,” ″Serpico” and “The Godfather,” parts one and two.

  • Published 28 October 2019
  • Updated 28 October 2019

NEW YORK (AP) — Robert Evans, the protean, fast-living Hollywood producer and former Paramount Pictures production chief who backed such seminal 1970s films as “Chinatown,” ″The Godfather” and “Harold and Maude,” has died. He was 89. Evans publicist, Monique Moss, confirmed that Evans died on Saturday. No other details were immediately available. His career was a story of comebacks and reinventions. Evans had launched a successful women’s clothing line with his brother, Charles, and was… Read at AP News