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Peter S. Larkin

Peter S. Larkin is a production designer, known for Miss Congeniality (2000), Tootsie (1982) and Get Shorty (1995). See full bio »
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 2002 Two Weeks Notice (as Peter Larkin)
 2001 Dinner with Friends (TV Movie)
 2000 Miss Congeniality (as Peter Larkin)
 2000 The Crew
 1998 Maximum Bob (TV Series)
 1997 Bean (as Peter Larkin)
 1996 The First Wives Club (as Peter Larkin)
 1995 Get Shorty
 1995 Major Payne (as Peter Larkin)
 1994 Guarding Tess (as Peter Larkin)
 1993 House of Cards (as Peter Larkin)
 1992 Night and the City (as Peter Larkin)
 1991 Life Stinks (as Peter Larkin)
 1990 Everybody Wins (as Peter Larkin)
 1988 Last Rites (as Peter Larkin)
 1987 3 Men and a Baby (as Peter Larkin)
 1987 The Secret of My Succe$s (as Peter Larkin)
 1986 Power (as Peter Larkin)
 1985 Compromising Positions (as Peter Larkin)
 1985 The Last Dragon (as Peter Larkin)
 1984 The Lost Honor of Kathryn Beck (TV Movie) (as Peter Larkin Jr.)
 1982 Tootsie (as Peter Larkin)
 1981 Neighbors (as Peter Larkin)
 1981 Nighthawks (as Peter Larkin)
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Other Works:

Stage play in five acts, Drama, Revival, "The Wild Duck," City Center, Total Performances: 15; Produced by New York City Center Theatre Company; Written by Henrik Ibsen; Book adapted by Max Faber; Staged by Morton DaCosta; Scenic Design by Peter Larkin; Costume Design by Noel Taylor; Production Stage Manager: Billy Matthews; ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Peter Larkin Jr. | Peter Larkin
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Peter Larkin, a New York City Broadway Scenic Designer designed the original Edwin Lester produced Los Angeles and San Francisco Civic Light Opera Association production of the 1954 stage musical adaptation "Peter Pan, The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up." Mary Martin and the production moved to New York in October 1954 after the successful San Francisco and Los Angeles tryout run during the 1954 ... See more »

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