By the time the last of these films had reached audiences, however, Rosenberg and Pollack had parted company, with Rosenberg forming Spring Creek Productions with his wife, producer Paula Weinstein. In 1990 the duo signed a production agreement with Rosenberg's alma mater, Warners, on the studio's lot at Burbank. Rosenberg and Weinstein successfully helmed the HBO telefilm "Citizen Cohn" (1992), based on the life of shark attorney Ray Cohn, who began his career as assistant to Wisconsin senator Joe McCarthy during the 1950s. Spring Creek was filming "Flesh and Bone" and "Fearless" for Warners when Rosenberg was stricken by a heart attack at age 44.
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