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Christopher Pearce (I)

Christopher Pearce is a producer and production manager, known for Over the Top (1987), Hellbound (1994) and Runaway Train (1985). See full bio »
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 1994 Chain of Command (executive producer)
 1994 Hellbound (executive producer)
 1993 The Mummy Lives (executive producer)
 1993 Night Terrors (executive producer)
 1993 Street Knight (executive producer)
 1991 The Human Shield (producer)
 1990 A Man Called Sarge (executive producer)
 1989 The Rose Garden (producer - uncredited)
 1989 The Secret of the Ice Cave (executive producer)
 1985 Bombs Away (executive producer)
 1985 Missing in Action 2: The Beginning (associate producer)
 1984 Grace Quigley (associate producer)
 1984 Over the Brooklyn Bridge (associate producer)
 1982 Coming Out of the Ice (TV Movie) (producer)
 1981 Hospital Massacre (associate producer - uncredited)
 1981 Lady Chatterley's Lover (producer)
 1980 New Year's Evil (associate producer)
 1980 Schizoid (associate producer)
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Chris Pearce, while production managing "Shame Shame on the Bixby Boys" and later as an executive at Cannon Films, gave many new people their starts in the movie business. He is sort of an unsung Roger Corman. See more »

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