David Kirschner
American television producer
David Kirschner
David Kirschner is an American film and television producer who often produces animated works. He is well known for his breakthrough production on the 1986 animated feature An American Tail as well as the Child's Play series.
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El muñeco diabólico (1988): Un asesino en serie - Cinequo
Google News - over 5 years
La cinta estadounidense de terror fue dirigida por Tom Holland, producida por David Kirschner y distribuida por Metro Goldwyn Meyer United Artist, pero tiempo después esta productora le cedió los personajes a Universal Studios, por lo que la saga es
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Titan: Dünyadan Sonra Filmi - Son Dakika
Google News - over 5 years
Yapımcılığını Don Bluth , Gary Goldman ve David Kirschner'in Yönetmenliğini ise yine Gary Goldman ve Don Bluth'un üstlendiği film 20th Century Fox'un yeni nesil için yaptığı yepyeni bir film. filmdeki karakterleri ise Matt Damon(Cale),
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Our Social Networks - Citizens Voice
Google News - over 5 years
David Kirschner, 37 Rear Orchard St., Glen Lyon, for failure to pay $10171 in support of one child; for failure to pay $11786 in support of one child. Frank S. Richardson, 140 Lee Park Tower, Apt. 503, Wilkes-Barre, for failure to pay $785 in arrears
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Poveste americana - Ele.ro
Google News - over 5 years
Oare eroii nostri vor porni din nou la drum, in cautarea unei vieti mai bune? producator: Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert, Clive A. Smith scenarist: Hank Saroyan, JR Young, David Carren, J. Larry Carroll, Sam Graham, Chris Hubbell, David Kirschner
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Fievel part à la conquête du Trésor perdu - Toutelatele.com
Google News - almost 6 years
donnait naissance sur grand écran à Fievel, la petite souris imaginée par David Kirschner. Fort du succès des aventures du gentil rongeur dans Le Nouveau Monde, plusieurs suites sont nées, dont Fievel au Far West (1991) et la série animée Fievel
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Granada Hills Charter High School Cheerleading Program Receives National ... - PRLog.Org (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
To be recognized for taking safety in cheerleading so seriously is an honor for our program,” responded David Kirschner, cheer coach for Granada Hills Charter High School when he heard they won the award. The award is given out on a case by case basis
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FILM REVIEW; Once Upon a Time, Flopsy and Mopsy, There Was a Plucky Proto-Feminist Who
NYTimes - about 10 years
In ''Miss Potter,'' Renée Zellweger, her face pickled in cheeriness, is Beatrix Potter, the creator of Peter Rabbit, Squirrel Nutkin and Mrs. Tittlemouse, among other beloved characters in children's literature. This British author and illustrator, as portrayed by Ms. Zellweger, is almost as chipper as Julie Andrews's Mary Poppins, but twice as
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FILM REVIEW; A Cartoon Monkey With No Aspirations to Cultural Commentary
NYTimes - about 11 years
In a refreshing departure from the animal heroes of most recent children's movies, Curious George -- or ''the monkey,'' as he's called for the first two-thirds of this new animated film -- doesn't rap, punch out bad guys or emit rapid-fire commentary on pop culture. In fact, Curious George doesn't even talk. Instead, he makes cute chittering
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FILM REVIEW; A Little Doll That Could (Gut, Stab, Set on Fire)
NYTimes - over 12 years
Chucky the Killer Doll, like some other 1980's movie stars, has seen better days. In ''Child's Play'' (1988), Chucky, a talking toy inhabited by the warped soul of a slain serial killer, was the picture of innocence. And he showed some restraint. When a baby sitter wouldn't let his little-boy owner stay up late to watch television, he threw her out
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TELEVISION REVIEW; News About Death in a File Sent From the Future
NYTimes - over 12 years
Tess's troubles in Thomas Hardy's novel begin when her horse, which she is driving to market, gets pierced by the pointed shaft of an oncoming mail cart. Similarly, in another story about fate, J. T. Neumeyer lands in trouble when a joist pierces his pickup truck on ''Five Days to Midnight,'' a thrilling mini-series that begins tonight on the
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COVER STORY; The Usual Mystery Stuff: Life, Crime, Chaos Theory
NYTimes - over 12 years
PROFESSOR J.T. NEUMEYER has five days to reorder the laws of quantum physics if he doesn't want to find himself sprawled on the floor of a strip joint with a bullet through his forehead. ''This certainly is not a conventional mystery, and it doesn't at all talk down to the audience,'' said Timothy Hutton, who plays Dr. Neumeyer, known to all as
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FILM REVIEW; He's Like A Walton, But With A Big Cat
NYTimes - over 13 years
If the molasses-drenched coming-of-age movie ''Secondhand Lions'' yanks the pubescent Haley Joel Osment back to Earth from outer space, Hollywood's forlorn Boy With the Faraway Eyes still doesn't seem to have landed with both feet in the real world. As Walter, a wholesome 14-year-old abruptly transplanted from suburbia to a big, crumbling house on
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FILM; Terror, Timing and a Fanatic's Tale
NYTimes - almost 15 years
ON Sept. 11, Bill Paxton was aboard a ship in the North Atlantic, 375 miles southeast of St. John's, Newfoundland, positioned directly above the wreck of the Titanic. Mr. Paxton, the likable Hollywood journeyman known for his true-blue American roles in ''Twister,'' ''Apollo 13,'' ''U571'' and ''Titanic,'' was helping the ''Titanic'' director,
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May a Slightly Different Force Be With You
NYTimes - over 16 years
A brash young space traveler with festering father-son issues, his tart-tongued female colleague and a crew of oddly shaped intergalactic creatures: if the basic ingredients of Don Bluth and Gary Goldman's ambitious animated film ''Titan A.E.'' sound awfully familiar, it's because in some ways this handsomely designed intergalactic adventure could
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FILM REVIEW; Carrying a Torch for a Malevolent Doll
NYTimes - over 18 years
A handful of jokes about Martha Stewart, a dig at Barbie and an excursion into the sex life of toys cannot rescue the comic Grand Guignol that is ''Bride of Chucky'' from the graveyard of horror sequels that lose the heartbeat of inspiration long before they die of box office anemia. ''Bride of Chucky,'' directed this time by Ronny Yu, splatters
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At the Movies; On Revealing A Hidden Talent
NYTimes - over 18 years
Mari Hoff is quite disagreeable, with an overheated sexual appetite, an appallingly salty tongue and an over-the-hill figure. Ray Say, her boyfriend in this working class English town, isn't much better: he books strippers at a local club and cruises the streets in a hulking, red Oldsmobile convertible. And then there's L. V., for Little Voice,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David Kirschner
    THIRTIES
  • 1989
    Age 33
    Kirschner was appointed Chairman of Hanna-Barbera studios in 1989, where he created and executive produced many films, specials and TV shows, including Gravedale High and The Pirates of Dark Water.
    More Details Hide Details Kirschner is also creator of the Chucky animatronic doll which is featured in the Child's Play'. He has actively produced all 5 films in the franchise and is involved in development of Chucky 6: Curse of Chucky, which is in pre-production with Universal Pictures. Other notable productions include 1997's Cats Don't Dance, winner of the 25th annual Annie Award for Best Animated Feature http://www.annieawards.com/25thannieawardwinners.htm, 2006's Curious George, based upon the book series of the same name The Martian Child, and Golden Globe-nominated Miss Potter. His recent work includes; Executive Producer on 6-time Emmy Award Nominated, 2-time Emmy Award Winning Curious George (TV series) (now in its Seventh Season), Hocus Pocus 2: Rise of the Elderwitch (In-Development for Disney), Chucky 6 (In Pre-Production for Universal Pictures), Kristy (In Pre-Production for The Weinstein Company) and Garden District (In-Development for Dimension Films).
  • 1986
    Age 30
    In 1986 Kirschner created and executive produced An American Tail, which was co-executive produced by Steven Spielberg, and, at its release, was the highest grossing non-Disney produced animated feature of all-time.
    More Details Hide Details The film was followed by its theatrical sequel "An American Tail: Fievel Goes West" (1991), the television series "Fievel's American Tails", and two direct-to-video sequels.
    He is well known for his breakthrough production on the 1986 animated feature An American Tail as well as the Child's Play series.
    More Details Hide Details After studying at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, Kirschner began his career designing album cover art for Neil Diamond, most notably Neil Diamond's The Jazz Singer, and illustrating characters for the Muppets and Sesame Street. In 1983, Kirschner created and released children's book series Rose Petal Place, which spawned two Television specials, toys, clothing and a wide array of licensed consumer products.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1955
    Born
    Born on May 29, 1955.
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