Columbia University Law School
Interviewed on Bravo documentary, "Jackie Mason: An Equal Opportunity Offender"
Last collaboration with Winkler, "Rocky V"
First film produced without Winkler, "Beer"
Produced the Oscar-nominated "The Right Stuff", directed by Philip Kaufman
Last collaboration with De Niro, "True Confessions"
Shared Academy Award nomination (with Winkler) for Best Picture on Scorsese's "Raging Bull", starring De Niro
First collaboration with director Martin Scorsese, "New York, New York", starring De Niro
Shared Best Picture Oscar with co-producer Winkler for "Rocky"
First collaboration with actor Robert De Niro, "The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight"
Chartoff and Winkler shared producing duties with Sydney Pollack on "They Shoot Horse, Don't They?"
First Chartoff-Winkler productions, "Double Trouble" and "Point Blank"
Formed partnership with Irwin Winkler in the 1960s
Formed, Chartoff Prods., Inc.
Gave Sylvester Stallone a leather-bound pad on the last day of shooting on "Rocky" and told him to go write the sequel.
Discovered The Right Stuff after receiving the book as a housewarming gift.
Though he produced two of the greatest boxing movies ever made, he did not care for the sport himself.