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Buster Keaton estate in Beverly Hills comes full circle after $16.2-million sale

More than 60 years after it was subdivided, the Buster Keaton estate in Beverly Hills is now back together, nearly as it once was. Bill Guthy, co-founder of the TV direct-marketing company Guthy-Renker, and his wife, writer and makeup entrepreneur Victoria Jackson, bought a property that was once...
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