Robert Lovenheim
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Robert Lovenheim

Robert Lovenheim is a film and television writer and producer.


Lovenheim is a television producer.[1] He studied film at the University of Southern California,[2] and his career began at Columbia Pictures where he supervised new development and feature films. He then moved into the television arm of Columbia to head long-form development of series and miniseries. He has executive produced as an independent producer over 35 movies such as A Smoky Mountain Christmas[3] starring Dolly Parton as well as mini-series and TV pilots for HBO, CBS, ABC and NBC. His productions have won numerous awards including an Emmy. He is the founder of Movie With Me a movie site specializing in foreign and independent films.[4]

TV movies produced

  • O.J. Simpson Story (1995).... executive producer
  • A Family Torn Apart (1993)....executive producer
  • Last of His Tribe (1992)....producer
  • Revenge of Al Capone (1989)....producer
  • A Smoky Mountain Christmas (1987)....producer
  • Defiant Ones (1986)....producer
  • Gladiator (1986)....producer
  • Shattered Vows (1985)....producer
  • Starcrossed (1985)....producer
  • Off Sides (1984)....producer
  • Fire on the Mountain (1981)....producer
  • Whale For the Killing (1981)....producer
  • Happily Ever After (1979)....producer
  • Long Journey Back (1979)....producer
  • Telethon (1978)....producer
  • Minstrel Man (1977)....producer
  • Promise Him Anything (1975)....producer
  • Larry (1974)....producer

TV series produced

TV mini-series produced

  • Elvis and Me (1988)....producer

TV specials produced

  • Sheriff and the Astronaut (1984)....producer
  • Gabe and Walker (1981)....producer
  • Newman's Drugstore (1976)....producer


  1. ^ Bradford, Robin (1995-08-25). "A Conversation with Stephen Harrigan Telling Ghost Stories Austin Arts". Austin Chronicle. Retrieved .
  2. ^ McLanathan, Richard B K; Gene Brown (1991). The Arts. Ayer Co Pub. pp. 340-341. ISBN 978-0-405-11153-2. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Robert Lovenheim : Filmography". The New York Times. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Who we are". Payline Management. Archived from the original on 2009-06-16. Retrieved .

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