PROLIFIC Hollywood producer Richard Zanuck has died aged 77, suffering a heart attack at his Beverley Hills home.Dick Zanuck, as most people called him, was best known for his work on films such as The Sound of Music, Driving Miss Daisy and Jaws. Son of Hollywood royalty, he became the youngest studio head in history when he took over 20th Century Fox aged 28.His friend Steven Spielberg called him a “cornerstone of the film industry”. Dick Zanuck’s parents were the legendary movie mogul Darryl Zanuck and actress Virginia Fox. After his father made him 20th Century Fox’s head of production, the younger Zanuck went on to oversee the release of some of the era’s classics, including The Sound of Music and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.                                         –BBC