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EDWARD S. FELDMAN (Producer) is one of the entertainment industry's most experienced and respected producers. He was also executive producer on Walt Disney Pictures' live action hit "101 Dalmatians."

In between manning the helm of the two "Dalmatian" features, Feldman produced "The Truman Show" starring Jim Carrey, which was his third collaboration with director Peter Weir following "Green Card" and "Witness." "Witness" received eight Academy Award® nominations, including Best Picture.

"102 Dalmatians" is Feldman's third feature with Gérard Depardieu having previously worked together on "Green Card" and "My Father the Hero." His other major feature credits include: "Explorers," "The Hitcher," "The Golden Child," "Near Dark," "The Doctor," "Honey, I Blew Up the Kid," "Forever Young" and "Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book."

Feldman first entered the entertainment industry in the advertising and publicity department at 20th Century Fox before moving to Paramount and later Embassy Pictures. From 1963 to 1967 Feldman was vice president in charge of advertising and publicity for Seven Arts Productions.

Moving into the motion picture production arena, Feldman became executive assistant to the head of production for Warner Bros./Seven Arts. He subsequently became head of motion picture production for Filmways.

While at Filmways, Feldman produced and executive produced such theatrical motion pictures as "Save the Tiger" (for which Jack Lemmon received an Academy Award®), "The Other Side of the Mountain Part I and II" and "Two-Minute Warning." He also served as producer or executive producer for a number of television motion pictures and miniseries including: "21 Hours at Munich" and "King," both of which earned Emmy Award nominations.


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