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Arne Schmidt (I)


Arne Schmidt was born in Cleveland Ohio to David and Pauline Schmidt. He attended Ohio State University for his freshman year and then followed his family to Los Angeles where he attended UCLA, graduating in 1970 with a B.S. in philosophy. His big break came when he answered an ad for a part time job washing and waxing John Frankenheimer's cars. ... See full bio »

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RoboCop Producer
(1987)
We Were Soldiers Producer
(2002)
Big Fish Producer
(2003)
Hunter Killer Producer
(2018)

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 1984/I Runaway (first assistant director - as Arne L. Schmidt)
 1984 Flashpoint (first assistant director - as Arne L. Schmidt)
 1984 Red Dawn (assistant director - as Arne L. Schmidt)
 1982 Hammett (first assistant director)
 1981 One from the Heart (first assistant director)
 1980 Airplane! (first assistant director)
 1980 The Big Red One (assistant director - as Arne L. Schmidt)
 1979 Vampire (TV Movie) (assistant director)
 1978 Magic (first assistant director)
 1978 American Boy: A Profile of - Steven Prince (Documentary) (associate director)
 1978 Who'll Stop the Rain (assistant director)
 1977 Mr. Billion (second assistant director)
 1976 Nickelodeon (second assistant director)
 1976 Vigilante Force (second assistant director)
 1976 Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood (second assistant director)
 1976 Birch Interval (assistant director)
 1975 White Line Fever (second assistant director)
 1975 The Day of the Locust (second assistant director - as Arnie Schmidt)
 1974 Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (second assistant director - as Arnie Schmitt)
 1972 Private Parts (assistant director)
 1972 Night Call Nurses (assistant director)
 1972 Cool Breeze (assistant director)
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Arne L. Schmidt | Arnie Schmidt | Arnie Schmitt

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