Life and Times: Season 6, Episode 13

The Making of Ivan Reitman (26 Feb. 2002)

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Ivan Reitman is the top director of comedy of all time, yet he remains a very proud Canadian and a private family man.


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Ann-Marie MacDonald ...
Herself - Host
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Geneviève Robert ...
Himself - Narrator


He arrived in Canada at age five, a Czech refugee with absolutely nothing. In Canada, he found a home, self-confidence and developed the unique ability to make people laugh. Today he's at the top of the world's most glamorous profession - the American film industry. Ghostbusters, Meatballs, Beethoven, Twins, Space Jam. His films are world famous but few know the man behind these international blockbusters. Ivan Reitman is one the most successful directors of comedy in the history of filmmaking. Although he now lives the life of a big Hollywood movie mogul, Reitman remains a proud Canadian and a devoted family man. Written by Anonymous

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