Show Business: From Charlie Chan to Winnie

When he sold out his TV-film-producing organization (Television Programs of America, Inc.) last fall, Chicago Lawyer Milton Gordon put his proceeds from the $11,350,000 sale in the bank and went to the Orient to meditate. He had made his stake from such potboiling series as Ramar of the Jungle and Charlie Chan, but if he ever came back to television, said Gordon, "it would be to make something good." This week Lawyer Gordon, 49, is back from meditation and ready to do just that. His new producing organization, Galaxy Attractions, Inc., is preparing to dramatize Sir Winston Churchill's A History of...

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