Gerald “Jerry” R. Molen

He began his film career in 1957 in the transportation department of Republic Studios.  He worked as transportation coordinator on such critically acclaimed films as the Academy Award winning Ordinary People.  He worked as unit production manager on 1985’s The Color Purple, his first teaming with director Steven Spielberg.  His first producing role came just one year later on another Spielberg film, 1987’s Batteries Not Included.  In 1988, he co-produced the Academy Award winning Rainman, and appeared as Raymond Babbit’s guardian, Dr. Bruner.  He won his first Academy Award for producing Schindler’s List (Best Picture, 1993).

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