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"Commitment To Life" charity event in Los Angeles

"Commitment To Life" charity event in Los Angeles
LAP99052814 - 28 MAY 1999 - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA: Hollywood studio executive Jeffrey Katzenberg arrives the 11th annual "Commitment To Life" fundraising gala May 27 honoring pop singer Janet Jackson, Gucci's Tom Ford, and Gerald Levin, Chairman, Time/Warner by AIDS Project Los Angeles for their contributions to the fight against AIDS. Proceeds from the event helps to fund services that AIDS Project Los Angeles provides to thousands of men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS. A judge recently ruled in Katzenberg's favor in his $250 million bonus lawsuit against the Walt Disney Co. Not long after he left Disney, Katzenberg formed the Dreamworks SKG studio with director Steven Spielberg and entertainment mogul David Geffen. iw/jr/Jim Ruymen UPI
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