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Julie Corman

Julie Corman

1942 (81 años)

United States of America

Julie Ann Corman (née Halloran; born June 22, 1942) is an American film producer. Corman is married to film producer and director Roger Corman. In 1970, Julie Corman married film director / producer, Roger Corman. Corman produced a series of "Night Nurses" films, including Night Call Nurses and Candy Stripe Nurses. She went on to produce Moving Violation, starring Kay Lenz and Eddie Albert; Crazy Mama, directed by Jonathan Demme, starring Cloris Leachman, The Lady in Red, written by John Sayles, starring Robert Conrad and Pamela Sue Martin; Saturday the 14th, starring Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss and Jeffrey Tambor; and Da, starring Barnard Hughes, based on the Tony Award-winning play. In 1984, Corman started her own company, Trinity Pictures, with which she has produced a number of family films, two of which are based on Newbery Award-winning novels: A Cry in the Wild is based on Gary Paulsen’s novel, Hatchet, and Get a Clue is based on Ellen Raskin’s novel, The Westing Game. Description above from the Wikipedia article Julie Corman, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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