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Smith, Annick, 1936-


Biographical History

Annick Smith (1936-) is a writer and producer.

Annick Smith was born Annick Deutch in 1936 in France to Jewish-Hungarian immigrants. She was raised in Chicago, Illinois. She married David Smith at age 19. When he died, she raised their sons on the ranch they had bought. Annick Smith has written a number of books and magazine articles, and produced Heartland and A River Runs Through It.

Deseret News, via WWW, September 27, 2017 (all above)

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Recordings of interviews by James D'Arc

Identifier: MSS 9067
Scope and Contents 19 cassette tapes and one floppy disc -- Mark Rydell, 3 Sept. 1975; Annick Smith, 18 April 1996; Andrew V. McLaglen, 12 March 1999; Michael Burrows, 29 May 1998; Zoe Porter, July 1991; Bryce and Hahn Chamberlain, 21 July 2015; Michael J. Lewis; Danny Gould; Dan Carlquist; Tony Thomas; Jackie Rife, Karl Malden, 14 July 1987; The Chinese Theater. Interviews conducted by James D'Arc during his time as Arts and Communications curator for L. Tom Perry Special Collections. Interviews largely based...
Dates: 1975-2015

Five Rivers Film Festival VHS of motion picture presentations

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31197227645758]
Identifier: MSS 3823
Scope and Contents

Videotaped records of presentations by director Richard Pearce, executive producer Annick Smith, and writer Beth Ferris about the production of the motion picture Heartland. Presentations took place at the 1998 Five Rivers Film Festival at Missoula, MT. Records were made on digital video cassettes and subsequently transferred to VHS videotape and DVD.

Dates: 1998

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