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Adam Fields

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Producer who has had a deal "with almost every studio in town except for Disney"  he is the producer of such films as Donnie Darko, Brokedown Palace, Ravenous and Great Balls of Fire; executive overseeing the production of 16 Candles, The Breakfast Club and American Werewolf in London

Adam Fields on KCRW

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