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John Hay Whitney (1904–1982)

John Hay "Jock" Whitney, the multi-millionaire sportsman, pioneering color-movie producer, soldier, financier, philanthropist, art-collector, diplomat, and newspaper publisher was born in Elsworth, Maine on August 27, 1904. He was a descendant of John Whitney, a Puritan who settled in Massachusetts in 1635, as well as of William Bradford, who came... See full bio »
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Known For

Gone with the Wind
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1939

Filmography

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 1939 Gone with the Wind (production associate - uncredited)
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 1956 Lust for Life (we wish to thank: for their cooperation - as Mr. John Hay Whitney)
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 1940 Cavalcade of the Academy Awards (Documentary short)
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 1988 The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Board Chairman of Selznick International (as Jock Whitney)
 1983 Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage (Documentary)
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Publicity Listings:

2 Print Biographies | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

Alternate Names:

Jock Whitney | Mr. John Hay Whitney
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Personal Quote:

To be fair is not enough any more. We must be ferociously fair. See more »

Trivia:

In 1949, he adopted the two daughters his second wife, Betsey, had with James Roosevelt, eldest son of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt. Betsey sometimes played the hostess at the White House on those occasions when her mother-in-law was away. See more »

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