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Former Columbia Pictures publicity controlling Sue Barton died Jan. 5 in Monterey, Calif. of abiding adverse pulmonary disease. She was 79.
Born in Butte, Montana, Barton was a top archetypal in the 1960s. She confused to London in the 1970s, abutting Carolyn Pfeiffer Lt. as a accessible relations associate, area she formed with audience including Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, Jane Seymour, Ian McShane and admiral Norman Jewison and Robert Altman.
She alternate to Los Angeles to handle publicity for Altman, who casting her abundantly as a arranger called Sue Barton in “Nashville.”
During her administration at Columbia Pictures, she oversaw campaigns for films including “Tootsie” and “Gandhi.” She confused to Universal and MGM as a business controlling afore abiding to Columbia Pictures/Sony as Sr. VP of Marketing, East Coast in the aboriginal 1990s.
She was affiliated to screenwriter-agent-producer Richard Gregson and to the backward amateur Billy Kirkland.
She formed with Tippi Hedren at the Shambala Preserve for abounding years. After retiring, she formed on bounded projects in Pacific Grove.
A clandestine canonizing account at the Pebble Beach Lodge will be captivated in April.
(Pictured: Sue Barton with Roddy McDowall)
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