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VERNA HARRAH began her film career in 1994. She started developing a slate of films that both appealed to her sense of story, and would hopefully be commercially attractive to the studios. One of the first scripts Harrah purchased and developed was Anaconda. She sold the project to Columbia pictures and produced the movie for them in 1996. The film went on to become a domestic and international success.

 In 1998, she changed the name of her company from Cinema Line Films, Inc. to Middle Fork Productions. Currently, she is in post-production on two films, Who's Your Daddy? and Vacuums, both scheduled to be released. She is also set to produce The Watch for New Line Pictures in the fall of 2004. Other notable projects Harrah has developed/produced include "Good Rockin' Tonight,” a music documentary about the famous Sun Records, airing on PBS's American Masters series. She is in pre-production on a movie for VH1 called "It's Only Rock N' Roll”.

Outside the entertainment industry, Harrah has devoted her time to many charitable organizations over the years. She participated as a board member in such organizations as: Share, The Westside Children's Center, The Sun Valley Center for the Arts, The Sun Valley/Ketchum Community School and The Rape Treatment Foundation. She is currently serving as a director for the Rape Treatment Foundation, where she has volunteered her time to Stuart House, a treatment center for children who are victims of rape and sexual abuse. Harrah financed the Rape Treatment Center's Emergency Room Clinic devoted to victims of rape and sexual assault. The Clinic offers immediate medical examinations, including the collection of forensic DNA. All services to the Center and the Clinic, including psychological counseling, are free of charge to the victims. Harrah has financed several other research programs at UCLA Hospital.

Acting on her wide interest in politics and world affairs, Harrah co-financed and participated with the United States Information Agency (USIA) and Chautauqua institution; bringing together a series of round table discussions with government officials and a select group of private citizens from the United States and the then Soviet Union during the Breshnev/Gorbachev period. The mission was to breach a wider understanding between the two cultures through government policy, art, music, and the building of personal friendships.

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