Peter Jones

Writer, director and producer, 'Inventing LA: The Chandlers and Their Times'

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The Chandler family owned the  Los Angeles Times  through four generations.  They used it to help turn a tiny western outpost into a world metropolis and to make the Chandler family…

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The Chandler family owned the Los Angeles Times through four generations.  They used it to help turn a tiny western outpost into a world metropolis and to make the Chandler family…

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