Howard Hughes

Howard Hughes

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Also Known As: Howard Robard Hughes, Jr..
Howard Hughes' Father Makes Millions
Howard Hughes' father, Howard Hughes Sr.., Made his fortune by designing a drill bit That Could drill through hard rock. Howard Hughes Sr.. and a colleague established the Sharp-Hughes Tool Company the which held the patent for the new drill bit, the bit manufactured, and leased the bit to oil companies.

Howard Hughes' Childhood
Though he grew up in a household Wealthy, Howard Hughes Jr.. Hughes was a Loner in his youth; with one notable exception, Hughes never really had any friends.

Howard Hughes received 75% of his father's million-dollar estate; the other 25% went to relatives.

Immediately Hughes disagreed with his relatives over the running of Hughes Tool Company but being only 18-years old, Hughes Could not do anything about it Because he would not legally be Considered an adult until age 21. Hughes Quickly Became enchanted with movie making. Learning from his mistakes, Hughes continued making movies. Hughes continued making films, producing over 25 of them.

Hughes as an Aviator
In 1932, Hughes had a new obsession - aviation. He formed the Hughes Aircraft Company and bought Several airplanes and hired engineers and designers Numerous. 

Family: Mother: Allene (Gano) Hughes (Died March 29, 1922); Father: Howard Robard Hughes, Sr.., Founder of Hughes Tool Company (Died January 14, 1924); Uncle: father's brother Rupert, a writer for Samuel Goldwyn's movie studios; Wives: Houston socialite Ella Rice (married June 1, 1925, divorced in 1929); Actress Jean Peters (married 1957, divorced 1970); Hughes Often dated Hollywood actresses in the 1930s, ESPECIALLY Katherine Hepburn.

In California, Hughes spent time with his uncle, Rupert, WHO inspired his later interest in filmmaking. Hughes never graduated from high school. Howard, Sr.. Profession: Family business: Uncle Rupert supervised Howard's part of the estate and interests in the Hughes Tool Company until he was twenty-one. This movie, about World War I aviators, lost $ 1.5 million at the box office but allowed Hughes to Indulge his interest in flying. While shooting Hell's Angels, Hughes earned his pilot's license. Two later Hughes films tested the limits of public morality. Hughes owned the RKO movie studio from 1948 to 1955.

Aviation: In 1932, Hughes formed the Hughes Aircraft Company division of Hughes Tool. The only real job Hughes ever had also CAME in 1933. The Ruse was Discovered Quickly, however, and Hughes resigned. As World War II approached, Hughes turned his full attention to building military aircraft. Those terms proved impossible for Hughes. It was flown only once on November 2, 1947, by Hughes himself. In 1947, the Senate investigated Hughes failure to meet his wartime contracts. In the 1950s and beyond, Hughes manufactured spy satellites.

Nixon lost the 1960 presidential election to John F. Kennedy largely Because of a scandal over a never repaid $ 205,000 "loan" Nixon's brother received from Hughes. As attorney general, Robert Kennedy secretly investigated the Hughes-Nixon dealings.

After Bobby Kennedy's assassination in 1968, Maheu and Hughes hired long-time Kennedy advisor Larry O'Brien along with other insiders to Protect Their political interests in Washington. In 1953, Hughes had founded the Hughes Medical Institute in Delaware as his sole act of philanthropy. Hughes took over Air West in 1970. Hughes was increasingly reclusive and decreasingly in control of his business dealings. It was now Chester Davis, Raymond Holliday, and Bill Gay, the Hughes Tool Company executives ran Hughes Nevada properties WHO, WHO were contacted by the CIA when They wanted to build a CIA ship, the Glomar Explorer, to recover a sunken Soviet submarine.

In 1972, Hughes sold Hughes Tool Company's stock and renamed his company Summa Corporation, ending any remaining role in his business. Death: Hughes Died April 5, 1976, en route by private jet to a hospital in Houston. Hughes Aircraft ended up in the hands of Hughes Medical Institute, the which sold it to General Motors in 1985 for $ 5 billion.

Date of Birth
24 September 1905, Humble, Texas, USA

Date of Death
5 April 1976, Houston, Texas, USA (kidney failure)

Birth Name
Howard Robard Hughes Jr..

The World's Greatest Womanizer
Sonny (family nickname)

6 '4 "(1.93 m)

Mini Biography

Multi-millionaire businessman, film producer, film director, and aviator, born in Houston, Texas. Hughes was a fan of the James Bond films, and he kept a 16mm print of the film as a part of his private collection. Broccoli also gave him a 16mm print Earlier films of all the Bond-films.

Nephew of actor / screenwriter Rupert Hughes.

Several million dollars Inherited Hughes but the vast majority of the earned his wealth from his own business ventures. Hughes Aircraft and Hughes Helicopters alone were worth $ 5.5 billion when They were finally sold in the early 1980s.

After Hughes Died, Terry Moore claimed They had secretly married on a yacht in international waters in 1949 and never divorced; these "Marriages" were ruses Hughes was known to employ in order to take advantage of young women. In the 1950s, Robert Mitchum was selected by Hughes to Appear in a series of films he was producing. Considered Hughes Mitchum a "friend," but (as a paranoid recluse) hardly met the actor. Houston, Texas, has two major commercial airports: William P. Hobby Airport, and Houston Intercontinental Airport. For a brief period, Hobby Airport was renamed Howard Hughes airport. Hughes was also known as a rabid anti-Semite.

Hughes was rescued from the cockpit by Marine Sergeant, William Lloyd Durkin. Played by Leonardo DiCaprio in The Aviator (2004), Victor Holchak in Hughes and Harlow: Angels in Hell (1978), Tommy Lee Jones in The Amazing Howard Hughes (1977) (TV), Jason Robards in Melvin and Howard (1980), Terry O'Quinn in The Rocketeer (1991), Dean Stockwell in Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988), David Neff in Bettie Page: Dark Angel (2004), and Milton Buras in The Hoax (2006). Like Hughes, Stark Inherited a business from his father. As a tribute to Hughes, Tony Stark's father Howard Stark was named.

In 2004, Guido Deiro claimed he flew Hughes to the Cottontail Ranch brothel, 150 miles north of Las Vegas, on 29 December 1967, then took a nap while Hughes enjoyed himself. After Deiro awoke, he said the madame of toll That Hughes had left him; Melvin E. Dummar would claim weeks after Hughes Died That he found a man claimed to be Hughes WHO 7 miles south of the Ranch on 29 December 1967. Bolstered by Deiro's story and a book about Hughes and Dummar by Gary Magnesen, Dummar Sued Gay and Hughes's cousin William Lummis - declared Hughes's primary beneficiary after the Clark County (Nevada) District Court ruled Hughes had Died intestate - alleging fraud and conspiracy to conceal evidence proving the so-called "Mormon Will" - the which granted Dummar a 1/16th share of Hughes's $ 2 billion estate - was genuine.

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