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D.G. Brock started her career directing and writing both YA and children's feature films for producer Roger Corman and series television for Saban Entertainment before she had even graduated from UCLA. She is one of the few women "triple hyphens" in Hollywood - an experienced and award-winning producer-writer-director. Her work at Disney as a ... See full bio »

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 2013 Shushybye (consulting producer - as D.G. Brock)
 2012 The Misadventures of the Dunderheads (executive producer - as D.G. Brock)
 1998 Buffalo '66 (co-producer)
 1996 One Tough Bastard (associate producer)
 1992 Honey I Blew Up the Kid (co-executive producer)
 1987 Slumber Party Massacre II (producer)
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 1999 The Big Kahuna (special thanks - as Deborah J. Brock)
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 2011 This Week in Horror (TV Series)
- Day of the Women (2011) ... Herself

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