WHATEVER EDGAR BRONFMAN WANTS

SEAGRAM'S HEIR WILL TRY TO GET. NOW HE'S MAKING HIS OWN MOVIE MELODRAMA: THE TAKING OF MCA

How does the old song go? "Come closer now/ So I can see you in the dark/ . Hold on to me/ . And tell the things that no one else would say/ . And I love to hear your voice sayin' it's all right."

That 1985 Dionne Warwick ballad, Whisper in the Dark, summons up the erotic appeal of the unknown. And now the man who wrote its lyrics, Edgar Bronfman Jr., is coming closer to possessing something he has desired for most of his 39 years: a Hollywood studio. Last week Bronfman, the president and chief executive officer of...

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