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3 weeks ago ... Hotel that was owned and operated by Jack Wrather, an entrepreneur who ... Wrather and his wife were friends with Walt Disney and so Walt...
2 months ago Bonita Granville and Jack Wrather began to socialize with the Reagans in the early 1960s in Hollywood and the desert and were part of a group...
2 months ago Jack Wrather, left, and his wife, Bonita Granville Wrather, with Ray Ryan. As had happened many times before, his imagination had greatly...
4 months ago One of those owners was Jack Wrather, who had ties to Disneyland. When the park opened in 1955, Walt Disney, lacking the funds to build his...
6 months ago However, Jack Wrather died shortly after Eisner became CEO, and four years after that, Wrather's widow passed away. After that happened,...
4 months ago In 1954, The Disney Company was introduced to Texas oil wildcatter and television pioneer Jack Wrather with the possibility of building...
388 months ago Bonita Granville Wrather, the one-time child star of films whose marriage to Texas entrepreneur Jack Wrather made her head of one of...
47 months ago huddling at LaScala and other places in the neighborhood, with Jack Wrather Jr., her suave, slightly older boyfriend, the son of Lone Ranger...
21 months ago Jack Wrather died in November 1984. In March 1987, Disney negotiators tried to make a deal to buy out the Wrather Corporation, but offered $6...
64 months ago ... Jack Wrather, and gave him the rights to the Disney name for a hotel. ... Over the years, Wrather kept expanding — first with the Sierra Tower,...