Man who played integral role in saving United Artists owned this house
by BlockShopper Historian published May. 01, 2010
Hollywood impresario, Max Youngstein, owned this house in 1967. He was chief of production and marketing for United Artists from 1951 to 1962 and played a vital role in the extrication of the famed movie company from certain ruin. Youngstein also founded and headed the United Artists music division. He later became an independent producer and passed away in 1997.