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Marion Douglas is a production manager and producer, known for The Wedding Planner (2001), The Chosen One (2010) and The Crow: Salvation (2000). See full bio »

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Known For

The Wedding Planner
The Wedding Planner Production Manager
(2001)
The Chosen One
The Chosen One Production Manager
(2010)
The Crow: Salvation
The Crow: Salvation Production Manager
(2000)
The Last Word
The Last Word Production Manager
(2008)

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 2010 The Chosen One (unit production manager)
 2009 Lyubov v bolshom gorode (production manager)
 2008 Nights in Rodanthe (production supervisor)
 2008/I The Last Word (unit production manager)
 2007 Boy s tenyu II. Revansh (production supervisor)
 2001 The Wedding Planner (executive in charge of production)
 2000 Nurse Betty (executive in charge of production - uncredited)
 2000 The Crow: Salvation (executive in charge of production)
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 2010 The Chosen One (associate producer)
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 2007 Chili Con Carnage (Video Game)
Muscle Babes (voice)
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 2007 Big Stan (assistant production coordinator)

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