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Music entrepreneur Robert Stigwood dies

He had a golden touch in music, theatre and film, recognising early on the cross-promotional power of pop music and theatrical spectacle

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Robert Stigwood, the Australian-born producer, personal manager and music executive whose blockbuster hits with the Bee Gees and work on the films Saturday Night Fever and Grease made him one of the most successful impresarios of the 1970s, has died. He was 81.

Los Angeles

ROBERT Stigwood, the Australian-born producer, personal manager and music executive whose blockbuster hits with the Bee Gees and work on the films Saturday Night Fever and Grease made him one of the most successful impresarios of the 1970s, has died. He was 81.

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