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  1. Robert Allan Ackerman - Wikipedia

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    Robert Allan Ackerman (born June 30, 1944, Brooklyn) is an American film and theatre director. He has directed numerous films since 1992. He has directed numerous films since 1992. References [ edit ]

  2. Robert Ackerman - Wikipedia

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    Robert or Rob Ackerman may refer to: Robert Allan Ackerman, American film director; Rob Ackerman (rugby) (born 1961), Welsh rugby player; Rob Ackerman (playwright) (born 1958), American playwright; See also. Ackerman (surname)

  3. Robert Allan Ackerman — Wikipédia

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    Robert Allan Ackerman. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Robert Allan Ackerman. Données clés. Naissance. 30 juin 1944 (76 ans) Brooklyn ( New York) Nationalité. États-Unis.

  4. Template:Robert Allan Ackerman - Wikipedia

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  5. The Reef (1999 film) - Wikipedia

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    The Reef (also known as Passion's Way) is a 1999 American-Czech-German made-for-television historical drama film directed by Robert Allan Ackerman based on the book The Reef by Edith Wharton. It starred Sela Ward, Timothy Dalton, Alicia Witt, Jamie Glover. It was filmed in Prague, Czech Republic in 1996 but did not premiere on CBS until July 25 ...

  6. David's Mother - Wikipedia

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    David's Mother is a 1994 American made-for-television drama film directed by Robert Allan Ackerman and stars Kirstie Alley as a devoted mother trying to cope with her autistic teenage son David (Michael Goorjian). The film aired on CBS on April 10, 1994, it has also aired internationally.

  7. The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2003 film) - Wikipedia

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    The film was directed by Robert Allan Ackerman and produced by James Flynn and Morgan O'Sullivan. It was shot on location in Dublin and Rome . [1] It is Bancroft's final film appearance.

  8. Robert Allan Ackerman News & Biography - Empire

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Robert Allan Ackerman is an American film director. He has directed numerous films since 1992.

  9. Nothing Sacred (TV series) - Wikipedia

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    Robert Allan Ackerman: Lee Blessing & Jeanne Blake: January 17, 1998 () 13 "A Nun's Story" Jan Egleson: Story by : Jan Oxenberg Teleplay by : Richard Kramer & Jan Oxenberg: January 24, 1998 () 14 "Kindred Spirits" Robert Young: Story by : Marlane Meyer & Gary Rieck Teleplay by : Marlane Meyer: March 7, 1998 () 15

  10. Ackerman – Wikipedia

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    Robert Allan Ackerman (* 1944), US-amerikaanschen Speelbaas, Samuel K. Ackerman († 2006), US-amerikaanschen Manager, Susan L. Ackerman , US-amerikaansche Neurowetenschopperin,

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