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Gold·wyn

 (gōld′wĭn), Samuel Originally Shmuel Gelbfisz. 1882-1974.
Polish-born American film producer who founded his own film company (1917) and merged with Louis B. Mayer to form Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (1925).

Gold•wyn

(ˈgoʊld wɪn)

n.
Samuel (Samuel Goldfish), 1882–1974, U.S. movie producer, born in Poland.
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