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Bert Schneider (I) (1933–2011)

Bert was known for standing up for what he believed in, personally and professionally, no matter what the cost may be. When he won the Oscar for Best Documentary, instead of a speech he read a telegram from the Vietnamese ambassador from the peace talks in Paris. There was a lot of anger from the old guard, including Bob Hope. Tensions were so ... See full bio »

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(1971)
Easy Rider Producer
(1969)
Days of Heaven Producer
(1978)
Five Easy Pieces Producer
(1970)

Filmography

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 1981 Broken English (producer)
 1978 Days of Heaven (producer)
 1976 The Gentleman Tramp (Documentary) (producer)
 1976 Tracks (executive producer)
 1974 Hearts and Minds (Documentary) (producer)
 1971 A Safe Place (executive producer)
 1971 The Last Picture Show (executive producer)
 1971/I Drive, He Said (executive producer)
 1970 Five Easy Pieces (executive producer)
 1969 Easy Rider (executive producer)
 1968 Head (executive producer)
  The Monkees (TV Series) (producer - 49 episodes, 1966 - 1968) (executive producer - 9 episodes, 1968)
- Mijacogeo (1968) ... (executive producer)
- Monkees Blow Their Minds (1968) ... (executive producer)
- Some Like It Lukewarm (1968) ... (executive producer)
- Monkees Mind Their Manor (1968) ... (executive producer)
- The Monkees in Paris (1968) ... (executive producer)
 1967 Three's a Crowd (TV Movie) (producer)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He co-created and co-produced a pilot for a proposed ABC sitcom called "Three's a Crowd". The comedy starred Bill Bixby as a man with two wives who didn't know the other existed.

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Wendell Calton  (divorced) | See more »
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Personal Quote:

[on his film 'Hearts and Minds", which is highly critical of America's role in the Vietnam war] It shouldn't be considered a documentary. It should be considered a disaster epic, for that's what it surely is.

Trivia:

He formed a very successful production company with director Bob Rafelson in the 1960s, known first as Raybert, then later as BBS Productions (for "Bert, Bob & Steve" with the addition of Steve Blauner). He went on to win an Oscar and an Emmy. He decided to quit the business after producing Days of Heaven (1978). See more »

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