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Charles Hirschhorn

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Born: September 28, 1959 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: executive, producer

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Celebrated for recreating the look of Universal's 1930s horror films in his work on Mel Brooks' 1974 spoof, "Young Frankenstein." Hirschfeld is also noted for his ability to add polish to moderately budgeted projects.

Celebrated for recreating the look of Universal's 1930s horror films in his work on Mel Brooks' 1974 spoof, "Young Frankenstein." Hirschfeld is also noted for his ability to add polish to moderately budgeted projects.

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Served as executive assistant to the president of worldwide production at Universal Studios
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Acted as director of motion picture development for the Mount Co.
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Held position of vice president for development at Fox Broadcasting Corporation, overseeing network's initial primetime programming
1988:
Acted as associate producer of "Bull Durham" and executive producer of "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels"
1989:
Became vice president, production, at Hollywood Pictures
1991:
Promoted to senior vice president, production, Hollywood Pictures
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