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PHIL FEHRLE comes to Thomas and the Magical Railroad with a background in producing a wide range of theatrical and television entertainment. In the family feature film arena, he previously executive produced "The Whipping Boy," garnering Fehrle a Cable ACE Award, a Houston International Film Festival Gold Jury Award and a National Educational Association Award. He went on to receive further acclaim for "The Little Kidnappers" which won a Banff International Television Award and the Writers Guild of America's Morgan Cox Award in 1997.

Fehrle previously served as Executive Vice President, Worldwide Production at Jones Entertainment Group, where he was responsible for greenlighting such critically acclaimed projects as John Sayles' "The Secret of Roan Innish" and Nancy Savoca's "Household Saints." He also executive produced the thriller "Curacao" for Showtime and the performance documentary "Charlton Heston Presents the Bible" for A&E Network. He was Jones' executive in charge of production on the television holiday movie "The Story Lady."

As Vice President, West Coast for Tomorrow Entertainment, Fehrle executive produced the sitcom pilot "Kudzu," the movie-of-the-week "Attack on Fear." the After School Special "Backwards: The Riddle of Dyslexia" and the Showtime series "The Lone Star Bar & Grill."

His one-hour primetime television series producing credits include "Eight is Enough," "VEGA$" and "Helltown."


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