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Throwback Years
Throwback Years with Rick Traum
| Tuesday, 11.01.2016, 06:33 PM |   (8462 views)

Famous band leader Guy Lombardo and my dad were good friends. Guy was an avid boat racer, and my dad was an avid photographer. Guy asked dad to shoot 16mm film of one of Guy's important races. Dad agreed, but just as Guy's boat was about to cross the finish line, dad's camera ran out of film! I can't remember the end of this story! -LOL!

Rick Traum is an Emmy Award winning Producer and entertainment executive who has worked behind the scenes on some of television’s most beloved programs. He worked for four years as Commercial Producer on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson", worked as Director of Late Night Programming for NBC where he was the executive in charge of "Saturday Night Live", and also was a Producer and CFO for Radio City Music Hall Entertainment & Radio City Music Hall Productions. Disney World hired Rick as Park Producer for the Animal Kingdom. Rick is currently co-executive Producer on the documentary: "Popcorn Palaces: The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of America's Great Movie Houses". ” In addition to the Emmy, Rick is also the recipient of a Cine Golden Eagle Award, a Telly Award, and a Cable Ace Award. Currently as a filmmaker Rick lives in Florida and has several film projects in development.

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