LOS ANGELES -- Producer Jerry Bruckheimer was inducted into the Video Hall of Fame this month together with Warner executive David Mount and distributor Tim Shanahan, both credited as pioneers of the video business. Bruckheimer, who is responsible for such films as "Flashdance," "Top Gun," "Con Air" and "Armageddon," credited top studio executives for creating a "superb creative environment," and also lavished praise on the home video trade. "The video industry deserves much thanks and ...
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