|Founded||1994 (original date)|
|Headquarters||Burbank, California, United States|
David Hoberman founded Mandeville Films in 1994. The company went into hiatus when Hoberman left to join Hyde Park Entertainment but re-formed in 2002, this time with an exclusive 5-year contract with The Walt Disney Studios He bring along Todd Lieberman as a partner, who worked with David, when he was senior vice president for international finance at Hyde Park Entertainment. When Mandeville Films returned to the studios, it was scheduled to produce 2 movies each for Touchstone and MGM: Walking Tall, Raising Helen, The Last Shot, and Beauty Shop. The studio itself went back to Disney in 2006 to co-produce Eight Below and The Shaggy Dog, back-to-back.
Their most recent film is Muppets Most Wanted. The studio's upcoming films include a remake of Swiss Family Robinson, Jungle Cruise and a live action/animated film based on Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers.
- Mr. Wrong (1996) (with Touchstone Pictures)
- The Sixth Man (1997) (with Touchstone Pictures)
- George of the Jungle (1997) (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- Senseless (1998) (with Dimension Films)
- The Negotiator (1998) (with Warner Bros. and Regency Enterprises)
- I'll Be Home for Christmas (1998) (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- The Other Sister (1999) (with Touchstone Pictures)
- Walking Tall (2004) (with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures)
- Raising Helen (2004) (with Touchstone Pictures)
- The Last Shot (2004) (with Touchstone Pictures)
- Beauty Shop (2005) (with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures)
- Traitor (2008) (with Overture Pictures)
- Beverly Hills Chihuahua (2008) (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- The Lazarus Project (2008) (with Sony Pictures)
- The Fighter (2010) (with Paramount Pictures)
- Muppets Most Wanted (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- About David Hoberman, UCLA Visiting Asst. Professor, retrieved 2009-07-27
- http://biz.yahoo.com/ic/109/109828.html, retrieved 2009-07-27 Missing or empty
- Kit, Borys (August 16, 2012). "'The Muppets' Producer Mandeville Re-Ups With Disney (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved September 19, 2012.
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