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Willard Carroll

Willard Carroll
Born 1955 (age 58–59)
Easton, Maryland, United States
Occupation Film producer, writer, and director
Years active 1983 – present

Willard Carroll (born 1955 in Easton, Maryland) is an American film producer, writer, and director. He was executive producer of The Brave Little Toaster series, writing the screenplays for The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue and The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars.

He wrote and directed the Ragnarok-themed horror/adventure film The Runestone, the ensemble romance, Playing by Heart, the family film, Tom's Midnight Garden, and the Bollywood pastiche, Marigold. Playing by Heart was entered into the 49th Berlin International Film Festival.[1]

An ardent fan of the Land of Oz, Carroll is recognized as having the largest privately held collection of Oz memorabilia in the world, and several books, including The Wizard of Oz Collectors' Treasury and All Things Oz have been published displaying parts of is collection, which includes the Wicked Witch of the West's hourglass from the 1939 MGM film. He also wrote and produced the video series, The Oz Kids.

He established Hyperion Pictures with Thomas L. Wilhite,[2] a former Disney executive who greenlighted Return to Oz. Other animated films his studio released include The Adventures of Tom Thumb and Thumbelina, The Tangerine Bear, Rover Dangerfield, and Bebe's Kids.

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  • Internet Movie Database


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