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Michael Peyser

Michael Peyser is a producer, known for Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997), The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985) and Hackers (1995). See full bio »

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Speed 2: Cruise Control
The Purple Rose of Cairo
Hackers Producer
Zelig Producer


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 2016 Luo shan ji dao dan ji hua (executive producer)
 2013 The Plagarist's Game (Short) (producer)
 2011 American Masters (TV Series documentary) (executive producer - 1 episode)
- Woody Allen: A Documentary (2011) ... (executive producer)
 2010 The Warrior's Way (producer)
 2010 Late Autumn (executive producer)
 2007 U2 3D (Documentary) (executive producer)
 2003 Imagining Argentina (producer)
 2001 Suckers (executive producer)
 2001 Peroxide Passion (executive producer)
 2001 Haiku Tunnel (co-executive producer)
 2000 Honest (producer)
 1998 SLC Punk! (executive producer)
 1997 Speed 2: Cruise Control (producer)
 1996 Matilda (executive producer)
 1995 Hackers (producer)
 1994 Camp Nowhere (producer - produced by)
 1993 The Night We Never Met (producer)
 1992 The Distinguished Gentleman (producer)
 1988 Big Business (producer)
 1986 Ruthless People (producer)
 1986 F/X (executive producer)
 1985 Desperately Seeking Susan (executive producer)
 1985 The Purple Rose of Cairo (associate producer)
 1984 Broadway Danny Rose (associate producer)
 1983 Zelig (associate producer)
 1982 A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (associate producer)
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