MAJOR LEAGUE: BACK TO THE MINORS
JAMES G. ROBINSON (Producer) is founder, Chairman and CEO
of Morgan Creek Productions. He was recently named Producer of
the Year by the National Association of Theatre Owners.
The Maryland resident entered the film business in 1984 as producer
(with Joe Roth) of "The Stone Boy," starring Robert
Duvall and Glenn Close. He served next as producer of "Where
the River Runs Black" and "Streets of Gold." The
latter film was directed by Roth, his eventual partner in the
founding of Morgan Creek Productions.
Morgan Creek has since become one of Hollywood's leading independent
film entities, with "Young Guns" and "Young Guns
II," "Dead Ringers, "Major League" and "Major
League II," "Enemies, A Love Story," the 1991 blockbuster
"Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves," "The Crush,"
"True Romance," the two breakout comedy hits "Ace
Ventura: Pet Detective" and "Ace Ventura: When Nature
Calls," "Two If By Sea," "Diabolique,"
"Wild America," "The Man Who Knew Too Little"
and "Incognito" among its list of releases. More than
half of their films have opened in first place.
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