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George K. Cooney

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Columbia Pictures

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About Us | EUE Screen Gems | Innovation, Milestones & Bios - EUE Screen Gems Ltd

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In the 1960s, George Cooney brought beloved film directors into a unique partnership for commercial development.
George Cooney purchases the assets of EUE/Screen Gems from the Coca-Cola Company (then owners of Columbia Pictures). George Cooney creates the first "satellite" division of EUE/Screen Gems and brings ZIEFF Films into the fold. George Cooney creates the first "satellite" division of EUE/Screen Gems and brings ZIEFF Films into the fold. The EUE/Screen Gems division consistently experiences growth under the management of longtime Columbia Pictures executive, George Cooney. George Cooney Chief Executive Officer George Cooney is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EUE/Screen Gems Ltd. In July of 1983, Mr. Cooney acquired EUE/Screen Gems and its assets, once a division of Columbia Pictures. Prior to acquiring the company, Mr. Cooney served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Columbia's Screen Gems division. While serving as an executive at Columbia Pictures, Mr. Cooney was named Chairman of Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures Video Services, an early pioneer in the home video industry. Today, Cooney oversees multiple businesses and projects under the EUE/Screen Gems umbrella. Cooney is active in the community. He's served as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the New York Medical College, Chairman at St. Theresa's Home for the Severely Retarded, and a Trustee and Treasurer of the Dr. I Fund Foundation. He also serves on the board of Save Amateur Spots of the City of New York, the Cancer Research Center in Valhalla New York, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and is a member of the Finance Council of the Archdiocese of New York. George is a member of the executive committee of the board of Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center and has served as its Chairman for 15 years. A graduate of Fordham University, Cooney is a recipient of an Honorary Degree from the New York Medical College, and the Helen Hayes Humanitarian Award from St. Clare's Hospital. In 1978, he was inducted into the Sovereign Order of the Knights of Malta by Pope John Paul II and presently serves on its board of trustees. Most recently, George Cooney received the William Cullen Bryant Award from New York Medical College for his visionary leadership qualities.


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Home/About Us / Executive Bios / George Cooney
About Menu About Us Executive Team Bios Executive Bios / George Cooney George Cooney is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EUE/Screen Gems Ltd. In July of 1983, Mr. Cooney acquired EUE/Screen Gems and its assets, once a division of Columbia Pictures. Prior to acquiring the company, Mr. Cooney served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Columbia's Screen Gems division. He joined Columbia Pictures in 1965 and served in a number of sales and administrative positions before being named the Executive Vice President of the Screen Gems division in 1972. While serving as an executive at Columbia Pictures, Mr. Cooney was named Chairman of Bell & Howell/Columbia Pictures Video Services, an early pioneer in the home video industry. Today, Cooney oversees multiple businesses and projects under the EUE/Screen Gems umbrella. Cooney is active in the community. He's served as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the New York Medical College, Chairman at St. Theresa's Home for the Severely Retarded, and a Trustee and Treasurer of the Dr. I Fund Foundation. He also serves on the board of Save Amateur Spots of the City of New York, the Cancer Research Center in Valhalla New York, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and is a member of the Finance Council of the Archdiocese of New York. George is a member of the executive committee of the board of Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center and has served as its Chairman for 15 years. A graduate of Fordham University, Cooney is a recipient of an Honorary Degree from the New York Medical College, and the Helen Hayes Humanitarian Award from St. Clare's Hospital. In 1978, he was inducted into the Sovereign Order of the Knights of Malta by Pope John Paul II and presently serves on its board of trustees. Most recently, George Cooney received the William Cullen Bryant Award from New York Medical College for his visionary leadership qualities.


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In the 1960s, founder George Cooney brought beloved film directors into a unique partnership for commercial development.
George Cooney purchases the assets of EUE/Screen Gems from the Coca-Cola Company (then owners of Columbia Pictures). George Cooney creates the first "satellite" division of EUE/Screen Gems and brings ZIEFF Films into the fold. The EUE/Screen Gems division consistently experiences growth under the management of longtime Columbia Pictures executive, George Cooney.


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DVD/Blu-ray • In "Monuments Men," George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray and John Goodman kick Hitler's butt - figuratively, of course.
This image released by Columbia Pictures shows, from left, Bill Murray, Dimitri Leonidas, George Clooney and Bob Balaban in This image released by Columbia Pictures shows George Clooney, right, in This fact-based film, directed by Clooney, tells the story of a special squad of Allies who set out to save as much great art the Nazis had stolen as they could.


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