Edmond L. DePatie
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He succeeded Jean Hersholt as president of the Motion Picture Relief Fund in 1955, later launching a campaign for the establishment of a Motion Picture Exposition and Hall of Fame to honor filmmaking and to bring in revenue for the Motion Picture & Television Fund Country House. These plans were not successful, and despite the efforts of many over the years, a Hollywood Museum that benefits the Country House has not become a reality.
- Staff writers (7 August 1966). "E. L. Depatie, Warner Bros. Official, Dies". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2008-01-17.