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Jim Harrison was born in 1937. He is a writer and producer, known for Legends of the Fall (1994), Wolf (1994) and Revenge (1990). See full bio »


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 1996 Dalva (TV Movie) (book "Dalva")
 1996 Carried Away (novella "Farmer")
 1994 Legends of the Fall (novella)
 1994 Wolf (written by)
 1990/I Revenge (novella) / (screenplay)
 1989 Cold Feet (written by)
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 1994 Wolf (associate producer)
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  Here Is Something Beautiful (Etc. (Documentary) (announced)
 2009-2010 La grande librairie (TV Series)
- Episode dated 2 September 2010 (2010) ... Himself
- Episode #1.23 (2009) ... Himself
 2010 The Practice of the Wild (Documentary)
 2006 Amérique, notre histoire (TV Movie documentary) (voice)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Novel: True North (2004) See more »

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1 Interview | 3 Articles | See more »

Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[on watching your own movie] Sitting there in the dark, before the projector starts, you have the distinct feeling you might be raped by an elephant or - if your imagination is running to the sea - a whale.


Jim Harrison wrote the book "Legends of the Fall" (which contains the title novella, "Revenge," and one other short novel) over the course of a long weekend, during which he was snowed in his writer's shack and unable to leave.

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