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Riche, Alan 1941-

Riche, Alan 1941-


Born November 1, 1941, in Buffalo, NY.


Office—Riche Productions, 4751 Wilshire Blvd., 3rd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90010. Manager—Gotham Group, 9255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 515, Los Angeles, CA 90069.


Producer. Quincy Jones Entertainment, consultant to film unit; Guber/Peters Production, executive vice president; De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, senior vice president; TriStar Pictures, executive vice president; Hughes Entertainment, president and chief operating officer; Riche Productions, Los Angeles, CA, principal.


Film Executive Producer:

Dead People (also known as Messiah of Evil, Revenge of the Screaming Dead, and The Second Coming), International Cinefilm, 1973.

Duets, Buena Vista, 2000.

Film Producer:

Youngblood, American International Pictures, 1978.

Empire Records (also known as Empire and Rock & Fun), Warner Bros., 1995.

Mousehunt, DreamWorks, 1997.

The Mod Squad, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1999.

Deep Blue Sea, Warner Bros., 1999.

Komodo, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1999.

The Family Man, MCA/Universal, 2000.

Tomcats, Columbia, 2001.

Starsky & Hutch, Warner Bros., 2004.

Film Appearances:

Himself, Scene Smoking: Cigarettes, Cinema & the Myth of Cool (documentary), 2001.

Himself, Starsky & Hutch: A Last Look (documentary short), 2004.

Television Appearances; Specials:

When Sharks Attack! (also known as When Shakes Attack! The Making of Deep Blue Sea), 1999.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"Starsky & Hutch," HBO First Look, HBO, 2003.

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