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  1. Albert Stotland Ruddy (28 de marzo de 1930) es un productor de cine canadiense. 1 Fue el productor de El padrino en 1972 y de Million Dollar Baby en el 2004, ambas ganadoras del Oscar a Mejor Película y fue también uno de los creadores de la telecomedia de la CBS Los héroes de Hogan emitida entre 1965 y 1971.

  2. Albert Stotland Ruddy (born March 28, 1930) is a Canadian-American film and television producer. He is known for producing The Godfather (1972) and Million Dollar Baby (2004), both of which won him the Academy Award for Best Picture, as well as co-creating the CBS sitcom Hogan's Heroes (1965–1971).

  3. Albert Stotland Ruddy is a Canadian-American film and television producer. He is known for producing The Godfather (1972) and Million Dollar Baby (2004), both of which won him the Academy Award for Best Picture, as well as co-creating the CBS sitcom Hogan's Heroes (1965 - 1971).

  4. Albert Stotland Ruddy is a Canadian-American film and television producer. He is known for producing The Godfather (1972) and Million Dollar Baby (2004), both of which won him the Academy Award for Best Picture, as well as co-creating the CBS sitcom Hogan's Heroes (1965 - 1971).

  5. 27 de abr. de 2022 · Fogler stars as the legendary director in the new Paramount+ limited series The Offer, premiering April 28, which tells the chaotic true story behind the making of Coppola’s 1972 masterpiece The...

  6. Albert Stotland Ruddy es un productor de cine canadiense. Fue el productor de El padrino en 1972 y de Million Dollar Baby en el 2004, ambas ganadoras del Oscar a Mejor Película y fue también uno de los creadores de la telecomedia de la CBS Los héroes de Hogan emitida entre 1965 y 1971.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_OfferThe Offer - Wikipedia

    In 1969 at the Chateau Marmont, Rand Corporation employee Albert S. Ruddy meets and forms a bond with owner Francoise Glazer as well as encounters Sergeant Bilko actor Bernard Fein. Together, the pair successfully pitch the sitcom Hogan's Heroes to CBS, though Ruddy eventually departs the show.