Royce rolls off, Croft clocks in

Wakefield, Philip
August 2006
Onfilm;Aug2006, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the retirement of motion picture exhibitor and distributor Royce Moodabe. The farewell event for his retirement took place at the 20th Century Fox conference in July 2006 in Bangkok, Thailand. He was the managing director of 20th Century Fox New Zealand. He described his passion for movies. He declined media coverage for his retirement plans.


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