Frank out at Disney

Lowry, Brian; Flint, Joe
March 1995
Variety;3/13/95, Vol. 358 Issue 6, p68
Trade Publication
Reports on Walt Disney TV & Telecommunications chairman Richard Frank's plan to resign from Walt Disney Company. Dennis Hightower as replacement; Reasons for resigning; Denial of rumored clashes with Disney chairman and chief executive officer Michael Eisner.


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