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  • . After a decorated military career, Saber returned to Chicago, worked WCFC-TV as an investigative reporter on the nationally syndicated program Page 2 Solid Rock Videos In 1996, Saber left WCFC-TV and started his own film production company, LS Films Inc
  • . Renata also has her own production company (White Lighting) and children books publishing company (Star Dancing) Hiromi Nishiyama (Agent Matsui) A native of Japan, Hiromi Nishiyama had grown up watching a lot of American television
  • . In 1996, Kang moved to Los Angeles and continued his film career working as a director for a television commercial production company

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  • . WM: Was Graphic Films a private company? CP: Yep
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  • . This company, Metrolight Studios, has been here almost twelve years, and it's such a polyglot place

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  • . 20, 000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916) on The Universal Film Manufacturing Company was not known in the silent era as premier producer of motion pictures
  • . (The novel had previously been made as short films in 1907 by Georges Méliès and in 1913 by French company Éclair.) Marshalling the expertise underwater experts Ernest and George Williamson, Universal financed the extensive production which would require location photography, large sets, exotic costumes, sailing ships, and a full-size navigable mock-up of the surfaced submarine Nautilus


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    Pete's Dragon This review is sponsored by Details At A Glance General Extras Category Family Theatrical Trailer(s) None Rating Other Trailer(s) None Year Released 1977 Commentary Tracks None Running Time 123:26 minutes (not 102 minutes as stated on packaging) Other Extras None RSDL/Flipper No/No Cast & Crew Start Up Movie Region 2, 4 Director Don Chaffey Studio Distributor Warner Home Video Starring Helen Reddy Jim Dale Mickey Rooney Red Buttons Shelley Winters Jane Kean Case Amaray RRP $34.95 Music Al Kasha Joel Hirschhorn Video Audio Pan & Scan/Full Frame Pan and Scan MPEG None Widescreen Aspect Ratio No Dolby Digital 2.0 16x9 Enhancement No Soundtrack Languages English (Dolby Digital 2.0 , 192 Kb/s) Theatrical Aspect Ratio 1.75:1 Miscellaneous Macrovision ? Smoking No Subtitles English for the Hearing Impaired Annoying Product Placement No Action In or After Credits No Plot Synopsis Sometimes it is a little difficult to remember that the Walt Disney Company went through some hard times, especially in the 1970's

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  • . MPAA RATING PG-13, For action/adventure violence RELEASE DATES Theatrical: Jul 9, 2003Video: Nov 2, 2004 RELEASE COMPANY Buena Vista Pictures GENRE , , , , , , , , , , , OFFICIAL SITE • My Friends' Reviews of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Want to see your friends' ratings and Tomatometer appear here? Create a journal and start rating films in your entries

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  • . In the end it boiled down to two offers - one from a British production company called Harbour Pictures, backed by Buena Vista, which is part of the Walt Disney empire - and Victoria Wood, who has a house a few miles up the road and was hoping to break into feature films with the story of the ladies of Rylstone

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  • . Many top pool players of the 80's were part of the cast and/or provided assistance, such as Steve Mizerak ("The Miz") who was the player Eddie beat in Atlantic City; Jimmy Mataya ("Pretty Boy Floyd"), who was accompanying Julian (John Turturro) when he saw Eddie in Atlantic City; Keith McCready, who played Grady Seasons; and others such as Mike Sigel and Eva Mataya Laurence (who at the time was Jimmy Mataya's wife) acted as pro shot makers and advisors who set up the shots for the actors
  • . Zoe is credited in the closing credits as "Dog Walkby." "The Color Of Money" was produced by Touchstone Pictures, a division of The Walt Disney Company

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  • . Rewind Factor: 9 Both Clint Eastwood and Charles Bronson were considered for the Role of Snake Plissken, and Avco Embassy, the Production Company, wanted Tommy Lee Jones for the Role, but Carpenter only wanted Russell, with wom he'd worked in 1979 on the Biopic 'Elvis, the Movie'

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  • . The fact that it was released in 1956, employs holographic special effects and premier animation created by Walt Disney, as well as electronic music accompanying a Cinemascope production, makes this film unique and the movie by which Science Ficton films are measured...and usually pale in comparison
  • . McVarish, Resident Scholar For twenty years Professor Morbius has been stranded on the planet Altair 4 with only his daughter Altaira and Robbie the robot for company


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  • . Nominations: Best Actress-Musical or Comedy (Curtis) (2003 Golden Globes) MPAA Rating: PG (for mild thematic elements and some language) Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures Production Company: Gunn Films (, ; also has a remake of 'Escape to Witch Mountain' in development; preview page coming soon) Cast: , (Annabel Andrews), , , , , Julie Gonzalo, , Haley Hudson, Ryan Mulgarini Cast Notes: (7/22/02) The teen lead of Annabel hasn't been announced yet

    Guardian Unlimited Film: Fahrenheit 9/11
  • . 13.05.04 Walt Disney is selling the rights to the controversial Michael Moore documentary, Fahrenheit 9/11, to Harvey and Bob Weinstein, co-chairmen of the company's Miramax studio
  • . 6.05.04 The Disney company is blocking distribution of Michael Moore's forthcoming film, Fahrenheit 911, which exposes the links between George Bush and prominent Saudis
  • . 6.05.04 Company says decision not to distribute controversial documentary was taken in May 2003 5.05.04 Controversial film-maker's anti-Bush polemic 'on hold' after row between Disney and Miramax 13.05.03 Miramax agrees to back Michael Moore's next project after initial backers pulled out

    Disney Stops Miramax From Releasing Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 911"
  • . © MichaelMoore.com The Walt Disney Company will not allow its specialty division, Miramax Films , to distribute Michael Moore's anticipated new documentary "Fahrenheit 911, " the director said early today
  • . (NYSE:DIS - News) and the co-chiefs of Miramax Films are near a deal that would allow director Michael Moore to find a new distributor for his controversial documentary, "Fahrenheit 9/11, " company officials said on Wednesday
  • . ADVERTISEMENT Disney, Miramax's parent company, had refused to release the film that chronicles America's reaction to the Sept
  • . In that arrangement, the Weinsteins bought the rights to "Dogma" from Miramax with Disney's agreement, and then signed their own deal to have independent film company Lions Gate Entertainment Corp
  • . EISNER To the Editor: You accuse the Walt Disney Company of cowardice and censorship because of its decision a year ago not to distribute Michael Moore's film "Fahrenheit 9/11" (editorial, May 6)
  • . The First Amendment does not say that The New York Times must print every article presented to it or that the Walt Disney Company must distribute every movie

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  • . In fact, Bush's first private company, a Texas oil drilling company, was invested in heavily by Osama Bin Laden's brother when the firm was in dire financial straits
  • . Bush promptly drove the newly funded company to bankruptcy regardless, but it wouldn't be his last "close and convoluted" connection with the Bin Ladens
  • . His father knows the Bin Ladens well too, since a Bin Laden sat on the Carlyle Group's board of directors while Bush Sr was employed by the company, and while that comfortable connection was growing, Carlyle gave Bush Jr an airline catering company to run..
  • . 3) The Unocal company in Texas had been willing to discuss a gas pipeline across Afghanistan with the Taliban, as had other vested interests
  • . You'll notice the originating IP address is, the website of a private security company who actually provided interrogators to the Abu Ghraib prison

    Warner Independent Pictures - Good Night, And Good Luck
  • . This year, she finished production on three films: "All the King's Men, " and two independent films, "The Dying Gaul, " which will be released in November 2005, and "The Woods." She also co-starred in Disney's box office hit "Miracle" and returned to the stage in Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire." JEFF DANIELS (Sigfried "Sig" Mickelson) After attending Central Michigan University, Jeff Daniels later joined the Circle Repertory Company in New York and, soon after, performed in Corinne Jacker's "My Life" with the late Christopher Reeve and William Hurt
  • . Next came two leading roles in Woody Allen's "The Purple Rose of Cairo." A listing of some of Daniels' other film credits includes: Mike Nichols' "Heartburn, " Jonathan Demme's "Something Wild, " Woody Allen's "Radio Days, " "Arachnophobia, " "Speed, " "Dumb & Dumber, " "Pleasantville, " Clint Eastwood's "Blood Work" and "The Hours." For television, his credits include Robert Altman's "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial, " A&E's "The Crossing, " TNT's remake of Neil Simon's "The Goodbye Girl" and Mitch Albom's "The Five People You Meet in Heaven." In 1991, Daniels established the Purple Rose Theatre Company, a not-for-profit professional theatre featuring Midwestern actors, directors, playwrights and designers

    Yahoo! Movies: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • . Production Company: Spyglass Entertainment, Hammer & Tongs Special Effects Company: Cinesite (, , ) Cast: (Arthur Dent), (Ford Prefect), (Trillian), (Slartibartfast), (Zaphod Beeblebrox), (Marvin the Paranoid Robot), (Humma Kavula), Steve Pemberton (Mr
  • . Even if the project manages to keep bubbling up in a production company's slate of development, there's still a long road ahead: companies come and go, directors, screenwriters, etc

    Entertainmentopia: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
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  • . Granted, it's not altogether Jake's fault: He's been kidnapped by a gang of disgruntled customers (something about exam-fixing), dressed in a Santa Claus suit and left in the desert with only an improbably cute vulture for company

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