In a tragedy with a peculiar Hollywood twist, a showbiz flack collapsed and died Wednesday while waiting for a Los Angeles subway train on his way to the memorial for music executive-turned-film producer John Attterberry whose pic God’s Country had cast one of the publicist’s clients. Scotty Dugan of Dugan & Story PR was best known for submitting over-the-top press releases about under-the-radar subjects.
Showbiz Flack Dies In Hollywood Ending
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