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Marvin Minoff (1931–2009)

Marvin Minoff was born on June 26, 1931 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. He was a producer, known for Patch Adams (1998), Dominick and Eugene (1988) and Incident at Dark River (1989). He was married to Bonnie Franklin and Phyllis Minoff. He died on November 11, 2009 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Patch Adams
Patch Adams Producer
Dominick and Eugene
Incident at Dark River
The Guinness Game


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 1998 Patch Adams (producer)
 1997 Sins of the Mind (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 1991 Silent Motive (TV Movie) (executive producer) / (producer)
 1989 Incident at Dark River (TV Movie) (executive producer) / (producer)
 1988 Run Till You Fall (TV Movie) (producer)
 1988 Dominick and Eugene (producer)
 1981 Women Who Rate a 10 (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 1980 Portrait of a Rebel: The Remarkable Mrs. Sanger (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 1979 The Guinness Game (TV Series) (producer)
 1979 The Ordeal of Patty Hearst (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 1978 Peeping Times (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 1977 David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon (TV Movie documentary) (executive producer)
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 2008 Frost/Nixon (grateful thanks - as Marv Minoff)
 1975 Two Tons of Turquoise to Taos Tonight (special thanks)
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 2002 Intimate Portrait (TV Series documentary)
- Bonnie Franklin (2002) ... Himself
 1982 Bonnie & the Franklins (TV Movie)
Himself / Bonnie's husband

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