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Interstellar Producer
The Core
The Core Production Manager
Star Trek
Star Trek Production Manager
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Smith Production Manager


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 2004 Back When We Were Grownups (TV Movie) (production coordinator - as Deb Schwab)
 1998 Letters from a Killer (production coordinator)
 1996 Star Trek: First Contact (production coordinator - as Deborah L. Schwab)
 1996 Matilda (production office coordinator - as Deborah Schwab)
 1996 Heaven's Prisoners (production coordinator)
 1994 Clear and Present Danger (production coordinator)
 1993 Sliver (production coordinator)
 1992 Patriot Games (production coordinator)
 1991 The Butcher's Wife (production coordinator)
 1991 Necessary Roughness (production coordinator)
 1991 Flight of the Intruder (production coordinator)
 1989 Black Rain (production office coordinator - as Deborah L. Schwab)
 1988 Coming to America (production coordinator: Los Angeles)
 1987 Real Men (production office coordinator)
 1986 Fire with Fire (production coordinator)
 1984 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (assistant: Mr. Schoenbrun)
 1981 Kiss Daddy Goodbye (production coordinator - as Deborah Schwab)
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Alternate Names:

Deborah L. Schwab | Deborah Schwab | Deb Schwab

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Paul Scheer on Why There Are No Bad Movies

Paul Scheer discusses The Disaster Artist and his love of awesomely bad movies. Plus, we dive into the origins of midnight movies and explore how The Room became a cult classic.

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