One of the people responsible for bringing some of the greatest movies to the big screen passed away over the weekend. Robert Evans, the once vice president of production at Paramount Pictures, produced critically acclaimed films such as "Chinatown," "The Godfather" and "Rosemary's Baby." He was 89 years old.
While Evans was known for his string 1970's cinema hits, he was also convicted of cocaine possession in 1980 and detailed his own rise and fall in the industry in his 1994 memoir "The Kid Stays in the Picture."
He also was married seven times during his years in Hollywood. His ex-wives include actress Sharon Hugueny, actress Camilla Sparv, former Miss America Phyllis George, former Versace model Leslie Ann Woodward, "Dynasty" actress Catherine Oxenberg and socialite Victoria White O'Gara.
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