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Paul Junger Witt

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Born: March 20, 1941 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Producer ...


Producer (feature film)

Better Life, A (2011)
Carlos Galindo always dreamed of a better life for his wife and newborn son when he crossed the border into the US. But when his wife left him, Carlos's only goal became to make sure his son Luis was given the opportunities he never had. Together, they embark on a physical and spiritual journey whe
Wicked Ways (2004)
A spoiled boy is orphaned and has his life turned upside down when he goes to live with his uncle, a circus performer.
INSOMNIA (2002) as Producer
A psychological thriller centering on Will Dormer, a veteran LAPD detective who travels to a small Alaskan town with his partner Hap to investigate the disturbing murder of a seventeen year-old girl. Under the glare of the region's perpetual daylight, Dormer and Hap close in on the primary suspect,
Three Kings (1999) as Producer
Three Marines try to help rebellious Iraqis as the U.S. is withdrawing from Gulf War I.
Radiant City (1996) as Executive Producer
A mother living with her husband and their two children in Radiant City, a low-income housing project in Brooklyn, hatches a plan for a better life for her family.
Mixed Nuts (1994) as Producer
Christmas is only hours away, and Philip and his dedicated staff are about to go just a little crazy. Philip is a clumsy do-gooder who runs Lifesavers, a suicide prevention hotline service in the funky beach community of Venice, California. Unfortunately, Lifesavers is going to be evicted so the landlord can turn the building into a condominium complex. Philip, however, remains optimistic. He always sees the light at the end of the tunnel, even though it''s inevitably the headlight of the next oncoming train. Philip''s Lifesavers is a place where the rescuers need help, where the lines of communication are hopelessly tangled, where anxious callers get cut off. Here, disorder is the order of the day, particularly on Christmas Eve, when people can become so overwhelmed by all that Yuletide cheer that there''s only one thing to do--reach for the phone and call for help.
Blossom in Paris (1993) as Executive Producer
In this television movie based on the NBC series, Blossom visits her estranged mother in Paris, France.
Final Analysis (1992) as Producer
A psychological thriller about desire and deception, set in San Francisco. The plot centers around a psychiatrist who enters into a romance with a patient's sister.
Dead Poets Society (1989) as Producer
An English teacher inspires his students to seize the day with sometimes disastrous results.
Firstborn (1984) as Producer
Becuase he is the oldest, Brian has been the man of the house since his parents'' divorce. When Mom starts seeing Sam, who is always trying some new get-rich-quick scheme and declares that he is now man of the house, Brian puts up with it until he discovers Sam''s illegal activities.
Trouble in High Timber Country (1980) as Executive Producer
The patriarch of a family-run logging and mining company struggles with hostile takeover attempts, union threats and sabotage.
High Risk (1976) as Executive Producer
A light-hearted tale of derring-do as six former circus performers engage in a caper to carry off a priceless artifact from a Washington, D.C. embassy in broad daylight. This was an unsuccessful series pilot.
Griffin and Phoenix (1976) as Executive Producer
Two lonely people, both terminally ill, have a short-lived love affair, sharing a series of adventures in which they live out their childhood dreams. This film was called "Today Is Forever" for its theatrical showings overseas. Richard C. Glouner won an Emmy Award nomination for his cinematography.
Satan's Triangle (1975) as Executive Producer
Strange ocean phenomena force a woman, the lone survivor of a shipwreck, and two Coast Guard helicopter pilots, her would-be rescuers, to pay the price for trespassing in the Devil's Place.
Gun and the Pulpit, The (1974) as Executive Producer
A pilot film about a fugitive gunfighter, disguised as a preacher, who is faced with defending townspeople at the mercy of a crooked land baron.
Remember When (1974) as Producer
Sentimental World War II tale (by Herman "Summer of '42" Raucher) of a small-town Connecticut family with four boys in combat, oozing with warmth and innocence, and shining with the performance of Jack Warden as the live-in bachelor uncle.
Blood Sport (1973) as Executive Producer
A high school athlete is torn between the ambitions of his father, who wants him to get a football scholarship, and those of his fanatical coach, whose obsession with winning leads him to treat his players like cattle.
Cold Night's Death, A (1973) as Producer
An offbeat psychological horror tale in which two scientists, snowbound in an Arctic research station while looking into the death of a colleague, find themselves stalked by an unknown force. "The Chill Factor" was its original title during production.
Letters, The (1973) as Producer
Three interconnected stories about nine people whose lives are drastically changed by letters delayed a year in delivery. Pilot to a prospective series.
Home for the Holidays (1972) as Producer
A suspense tale in which an ailing father summons his three daughters home for Christmas and asks them to kill his much younger wife, whom he suspects is trying to poison him.
No Place to Run (1972) as Producer
When an adopted boy's parents are killed and the authorities threaten to keep the boy's ailing but loving grandfather from gaining custody, the pair run away together. John Badham, the film's original director, left when the project was suspended because of Herschel Bernardi's illness, and was repla
Brian's Song (1971) as Producer
One of the most critically acclaimed of all made-for-TV movies, and one of the most watched, this was a finely told and acted story of Brian Piccolo, running back for the Chicago Bears, his lasting rivalry and friendship with fellow player Gale Sayers, and his losing battle with cancer. The film was

Cast (special)

Intimate Portrait: Bea Arthur (2003) as Interviewee
A portrait of stage and screen actress Bea Arthur.
Golden Girls: Their Greatest Moments, The (2003) as Interviewee
A look back on the successful series, The Golden Girls, featuring clips, interviews (both new and old) and behind the scenes footage.
Intimate Portrait: Park Overall (2000) as Interviewee
Portrait of the life and career of actress Park Overall.

Producer (special)

Country Estates (1993) as Executive Producer
When a family moves to their dream home in Country Estates, a mother must confront the ghost of her son in order to begin again. Her surviving son becomes entangled in an apparent murder involving the bizarre couple next door, and their neighbor is finally forced to face his brother's criminal past.
We'll Take Manhattan (1990) as Executive Producer
An adventurous, single woman moves to New York to pursue a singing career and becomes roommates with a naive woman.
Time Warner Presents the Earth Day Special (1990) as Executive Producer
A special in which prominent celebrities of film, television, sports, and music join together to publicize the global crisis of pollution, starvation, and resource shortage under the sponsorship of giant media conglomerate Time Warner.
Blossom (1990) as Executive Producer
A pilot about the adventures of a thirteen-year-old girl growing up in Los Angeles who records her thoughts in a "video diary."
Line, The (1987) as Executive Producer
A comedy about Karen Cooper, a bright and cheerful ace homemaker who starts a new job on an airplane assembly line. Though eager to join the sisterly clan on the line, she's just not showing the right stuff. The others on the line decide she works too slowely and that she's got to go. They instant
Moscow Bureau (1986) as Executive Producer
American news reporters at the Moscow bureau of a weekly American news magazine skulk, double-deal, scoop each other, and take other alarming measures to get their stories out to the world.
Hearts of Steel (1986) as Executive Producer
A comedy pilot about a stalwart band of unemployed steelworkers who swap their hardhats for hollandaise to run a restaurant. Annie informs her old friends that she is converting their favorite bar into a restaurant for the white collar trade at the new microchip factory. When the deal falls through,
Arena, The (1986) as Executive Producer
Arena owner Max Harrison copes with a madcap assortment of circus performers, pro wrestlers, and other unusual characters who populate his establishment. The arena will go out of business if a bill is not found to replace the scheduled wrestling matches.
Just Married (1985) as Executive Producer
The story, set in Pittsburgh, relates the struggles of Linda and Mickey Altobello, newlyweds who are plagued by a lack of money, and Linda's father, Jake, who feels his son-in-law is not worthy of his daughter. In the pilot, Mickey's attempts to prove that he can provide for Linda drives him beyond
Daughters (1977) as Executive Producer
The story of a widowed policeman and his attempts to raise his three mischievous daughters.
Bobby Jo and the Big Apple Goodtime Band (1972) as Producer
The misadventures of a country and western group called Bobby Jo and the Big Apple Goodtime Band. In the pilot, Bobby Jo, the band's pretty but gullible singer, writes a hit song that embroils the group in an unexpected legal hassle.
Knight in Shining Armour, A (1971) as Producer
The pilot for "Getting Together." The story of Bobby Conway, a composer, and Lionel Poindexter, a tone-deaf lyricist, and their attempts to make a name for themselves in the music business. The pilot episode, broadcast as a segment of "The Partridge Family," relates how the Partridges unite Bobby a

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