Martin Ransohoff Net Worth

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Martin Ransohoff (born November 30, 1926) is a cinema and television producer, and member of the Ransohoff family.Ransohoff was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1926. He founded the film production company Filmways, Inc. in 1960 and remained with the company until 1972. Filmways started making TV commercials, moved into documentaries then sitcoms; by 1963 Filmways were making $13 million a year. In 1972 he became an independent producer.He attempted to "create" female movie stars during the 1960s; the actresses who achieved the greatest success under his tutelage were Ann-Margret, Tuesday Weld and Sharon Tate, who featured in several of his films from 1964 until her death in 1969. He is a cousin of neurosurgeon Joseph Ransohoff.He graduated from Colgate University in 1949 and is on a list of Distinguished Alumni.The Beverly Hillbillies brought Ransohoff his first success in 1962 and thereafter he turned his attention to films. Ransohoff went on to produce such films as American Pop.Ransohoff is vividly described and featured in a chapter of screenwriter Joe Eszterhas's memoir, Hollywood Animal, about the making of the film Jagged Edge.
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Date Of BirthJuly 7, 1927
Place Of BirthNew Orleans, Louisiana, USA
ProfessionProducer, Writer, Actor
Star SignCancer
1Have you ever noticed the guys who came from my era of show-business all came from varied background. There wasn't a pattern explaining how we all ended up here.
1Ransohoff felt compelled to fire director Sam Peckinpah after the beginning of principal shooting on The Cincinnati Kid (1965) due to disagreements over the conception of the film. The incident led to a physical altercation between the two. In the early 1970s, remarking on their fight, Peckinpah claimed Ransofhoff got the worst of it: "I stripped him as naked as one of his badly told lies", claimed the director known as "Bloody Sam" for the violence in his films. Peckinpah was replaced with Norman Jewison, a relative newcomer to feature film directing, whose long and successful career brought him three Oscar nominations as best director and the Irving Thalberg Award in 1999 from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.


Guilty as Sin1993producer
Welcome Home1989producer
Physical Evidence1989producer
Switching Channels1988producer
The Big Town1987producer
Jagged Edge1985producer
Hanky Panky1982producer
American Pop1981producer
A Change of Seasons1980producer
The Wanderers1979producer
Co-ed Fever1979TV Series executive producer
Silver Streak1976executive producer
The White Dawn1974producer
Save the Tiger1973producer
See No Evil1971producer
10 Rillington Place1971producer
The Moonshine War1970producer
Castle Keep1969producer
A Midsummer Night's Dream1968executive producer
Ice Station Zebra1968producer
Our Mother's House1967executive producer
Don't Make Waves1967producer
Eye of the Devil1967producer
Dance of the Vampires1967executive producer
The Cincinnati Kid1965producer
The Loved One1965executive producer - uncredited
The Sandpiper1965producer
The Americanization of Emily1964producer
The Wheeler Dealers1963producer
The Beverly Hillbillies1962TV Series executive producer
Boys' Night Out1962producer


A Change of Seasons1980story
The White Dawn1974adaptation
The Sandpiper1965story


The Loved One1965Lorenzo Medici (uncredited)


What's the Matter with Helen?1971presenter


A Statue for 'The Sandpiper'1965Documentary short acknowledgment


Too Young to Die2012TV Series documentaryHimself
Paul Henning & The Hillbillies2005Video documentaryHimself
Intimate Portrait2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Biography2002TV Series documentaryHimself
E! True Hollywood Story2001TV Series documentaryHimself
All Eyes on Sharon Tate1967Documentary shortHimself
The Big Sur1965Documentary shortHimself
Action on the Beach1964Short documentaryHimself

Won Awards

1979Stinker AwardThe Stinkers Bad Movie AwardsWorst PictureNightwing (1979)

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