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Robbins, Steve

Robbins, Steve



Office—Vision View Entertainment, 561 Broadway, 12B, New York, NY 10012.



Awards, Honors:

Daytime Emmy Award (with others), outstanding children/youth/family special, 2004, for The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie.


Film Executive Producer:

Quicksand (also known as Un tueur aux trousses), Starmedia Home Entertainment, 2001.

Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, Paramount, 2001.

Partners in Action, DEJ Productions, 2002.

Absolon, Hannibal Pictures, 2003.

Crime Spree (also known as Wanted), DEJ Productions, 2003.

Bright Young Things, ThinkFilm, 2003.

In My Father's Den, Tartan USA, 2004.

Beyond the Sea, Lions Gate Films, 2004.

Man About Dog, Redbus Film Distribution, 2004.

The Wedding Date, Universal, 2005.

Film Work; Other:

Prop maker, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1990.

Associate producer and first assistant director, Intrique, Sin City Video, 1999.

Television Executive Producer; Specials:

The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie (also known as L'incroyable Mme Richie), Showtime, 2003.

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