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In pictures: A life in Hollywood

Frank Sinatra and Herb Solow

Herb Solow, who is now lecturing at Lampeter University in Ceredigion, worked with Frank Sinatra on the movie Dirty Dingus Magee.

Herb Solow (L) with Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry (R) (picture: Herb Solow)

Solow (L) said Mr Spock's look had to be changed after Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry (R) initially gave him a "satanic" appearance.

Herb Solow (right) with British director David Lean

Solow (right) on the set of the Oscar-winning movie Ryan's Daughter with its British director David Lean.

MGM's executives from the 1960s - Herb Solow pictured centre (picture: Herb Solow)

Solow rose to become MGM's vice-president of worldwide television and motion picture production.

Herb Solow

He now lectures at Lampeter University about American/Jewish influences in Hollywood.



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