LOS ANGELES (AP) — Paul Junger Witt, the prolific TV producer behind "The Golden Girls," ''The Partridge Family" and "Soap," died Friday, a spokeswoman said. He was 77.
Witt died at his Los Angeles-area home after battling cancer, spokeswoman Pam Golum said.
He worked at Columbia Pictures before joining comedian-actor Danny Thomas' production company in 1973, where he and Thomas' son, Tony, teamed up.
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An online store called Always Fits, which describes itself as “a woman-owned, women-run business with a penchant for feminist gifts, gifts with a splash of profanity and colorful gifts,” has something special for fans of the hit show Golden Girls, Golden Girls Hot Sauce.
Elephant, part of Zoo Miami’s Golden Girls, dies at 44
MIAMI (AP) — One of four older elephants brought to Zoo Miami to live out their "retirement years" has died.
Zoo spokesman Ron Magill tells local news outlets that Lisa, a 44-year-old African elephant, died Tuesday after lying down in her barn.
She was part of the "Golden Girls," named after the 1980s television sitcom starring Betty White, Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty.