Oct 01, 1991 · Daniel Melnick (April 21, 1932 – October 13, 2009) was an American film producer and movie studio executive who started working in Hollywood as a teenager in television and then became the producer of such films as All That Jazz, Altered States and Straw Dogs. Melnick's films won more than 20 Academy Awards out of some 80 nominations.
Daniel Melnick, the co-producer of Making Love, would allege that the film's two male leads: Michael Ontkean and Harry Hamlin - and also female lead Kate Jackson - were the "original choices" for their roles while allowing "We did send the script to a few actors who [responded] that they were either not interested or were 'too busy'".
Ray Stark then founded Rastar Films, later selling that to Columbia Pictures as well in 1980, for $9 million.   Rastar and Daniel Melnick 's IndieProd once had a joint venture that was set up at Carolco Pictures , headed by Nancy Graham Tanen and Tracy Barone, both of which went on to the Columbia-affiliated Channel Productions .
Feb 27, 2018 · Peter Rodgers Melnick Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018. Peter Rodgers Melnick (born July 24, 1958) is an American composer for film, television and musical theatre. Son of film producer Daniel Melnick
Nov 08, 2012 · The Dean Martin Show, not to be confused with the Dean Martin Variety Show (1959–1960), is a TV variety-comedy series that ran from 1965 to 1974 for 264 episodes. It was broadcast by NBC and hosted by entertainer Dean Martin. The theme song to the series was his 1964 hit "Everybody Loves Somebody". Wikipedia.
Melnick is the son of Daniel Melnick and Linda Rodgers, and grandson of Richard Rodgers and grew up in New York City. He graduated from The Choate School (which later merged with Rosemary Hall to become Choate Rosemary Hall ) and attended Harvard College , Berklee College of Music , and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama . 
Don Adams' Screen Test. Don Adams' Screen Test is a syndicated game show which lasted 26 episodes during the 1975–76 season. The show was done in two 15-minute segments, in each of which a randomly selected audience member would 'act' to re-create a scene from a Hollywood movie as accurately as possible.