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Philip Hobel (–2013)

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Born in 1920 or 1921. Father of Joe Hobel and Michael Hobel. Grandfather of Adam Hobel.

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 1 win. See more awards »

Known For

Tender Mercies
Tender Mercies Producer
(1983)
North with the Spring
(1970)
Kennedys Don't Cry
(1975)
The Sensational 70's
(1979)

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 1983 Tender Mercies (producer - as Philip S. Hobel)
 1979 The Sensational 70's (TV Series documentary) (producer - as Philip S. Hobel)
 1975 Kennedys Don't Cry (Documentary) (co-producer - as Philip S. Hobel)
 1970 North with the Spring (TV Movie documentary) (executive producer)
 1970 Here Come the Seventies (TV Series documentary) (executive producer)
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 1975 Kennedys Don't Cry (Documentary) (as Philip S. Hobel)
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 1979 The Sensational 70's (TV Series documentary) (conceived by - as Philip S. Hobel)
 1975 Kennedys Don't Cry (Documentary) (additional direction - as Philip S. Hobel)
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Born in 1920 or 1921. Father of Joe Hobel and Michael Hobel. Grandfather of Adam Hobel.

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