Peter Guber's Mandalay Ranch (former)

The former studio chief at Columbia Pictures and chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures sold this 650-acre property in 2002. He is now chairman of Mandalay Entertainment, which he founded in 1995. The films he has produced -- including "Midnight Express", "The Color Purple", "Rain Man", and "Batman", among many others -- have reportedly earned more than $3 billion in worldwide revenue, and have been nominated for numerous Academy Awards.
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coolhawks88 picture
@ 2010-07-31 12:33:04
it was featured On Luxurious Log Cabins on the Travel Channel UK
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@ 2011-01-15 12:22:30
It was bought by Roland Arnall, founder of Ameriquest Mortgages.
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@ 2012-07-23 11:33:21
It's now owned by his widow Dawn Arnall. The Arnalls purchased it in 2004 for $46 million.