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December 15, 1989 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-15

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Alan King

Continued from preceding page •

Cossacks from the old coun-
try"? From her — actually,
from both of them, King says
— he learned how to be
cautious with money.
Which is not to suggest a
miserly attitude. "I'm a
little more secure than my
parents," he smiles. "I'm not
frugal — to say the least."
King is also generous with
his anecdotes, telling how,
as a kid, he couldn't under-
stand why Jewish parents
kvetched that all they want-
ed was their sons become
doctors.
"So as I turned older, what
happened? I wanted my son
to be a doctor." He sighs.
"We never learn."
King has learned that the
bottom-line mentality
doesn't always add up to a
success story. "Business
bores me," says King.
"Money — getting more and
more money — that's never
been what intrigues me. I'm
not a jugular guy."
He conducts business in a
different vein. "The game is
more important, not
whether you win or lose," he
says.
Not that King hasn't bent
his own rules on occasion.
"Sometimes I've crossed the
line," he admits "But not as
a way of life."
Life has been good to Alan
King, who doesn't mind an
indulgence or two. "I like my
fresh flowers," he says, poin-
ting to a vase. "I spend $64 a
week on fresh-cut flowers. I
love them."
And he loves tennis and
good novels. King is a writer
himself, having scripted six
screenplays, two of which, he
says, have been in a drawer
for the last 25 years.
One is a true story about

two men who discover they
are long-lost brothers. But it

is the second story that
seems to be first in his heart.
"That's the story about my
youth in the Catskills," says
King, who, as a young,
funny Irwin Kniberg, notched
some victories on his Borsht
Belt.
"This is the story I want to
tell, about one's finding his
identity, about why Jews are
the way they are — all seen
through the eyes of a young
boy."
In the eyes of many, Alan
King is a major star, an im-
portant man, a mover and
shaker. He shakes his head.
"I've never been satisfied," he
says.
But in no way is King
complacent."What I'd like,"
says the come-
dian/actor/producer/ mogul, '
`is to do something impor-
tant — and what that is I
don't know." 0

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