Modern Living: Ozmosis in Central Park

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up. —Picasso

Warner LeRoy was raised in a world of in-house fantasy. He was five when his father, the redoubtable producer-director Mervyn LeRoy. dispatched Dorothy and Toto down that yellow brick road to see the Wizard. He is also the grandson and namesake of Harry Warner, founder of Warner Bros. By dual seignorial right, he grew up in the studios and back lots of Hollywood. "I had the whole world there," LeRoy recalls. "I could go around the...

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