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jerry weintraub the hollywood producer whose career touched stars from elvis presley to george clooney died monday in his home in santa barbara i don't yet still a strike on that i work with everybody that that said by god hero who distrust of seventy six years old you know ingrid bergman is i was star struck when i met here in bergen , lying tribe was an old school hollywood mogul known as a larger than life character who left a lasting mark on the business literally , he was the first film producer honored by having his hand and foot prints impressed into the hall of fame sidewalk outside romans chinese theater in hollywood his publicist said jerome charles weintraub got his start as a talent agent in new york in the nineteen fifties managing jugglers and acrobats , he moved into movies working with director robert altman on hits nashville and the karate kid and more recently the rebooted ocean's eleven franchise , is climate change documentary years of living dangerously winning an emmy in twenty fourteen , in a statement george clooney saying in the years to come the stories and accomplishments will get better with age justin's jerry would have wanted it is a lot of great films right which is what we do here you know we don't do this we really do make movies i know it looks like this is all we do it upn weintraub was seventy seven years old