André Hakim

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André Nessim Hakim (December 5, 1915 in Alexandria, Egypt – October 19, 1980 in Los Angeles)[1] was a film producer.

André and his brothers were in the film industry from the time they were teenagers. His brothers Robert and Raymond Hakim worked at Paramount Pictures before founding their own production company in France. André worked at 20th Century Fox. He produced such films as Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell (1951), the anthology film, O. Henry's Full House (1952) and The Man Who Never Was (1956).

He was married to Susan Marie Zanuck, one of Darryl F. Zanuck's two daughters. The couple divorced in 1967, after which Zanuck married Pierre-Francois Savineau.