Even better, the producers had hired Jack Kirby, a famous comic-book artist, to do concept drawings.
"We had Aaron Sorkin's language—he uses words beautifully," says Michael de Luca, one of the the film's producers.
OSHA descended on the Foxwoods Theatre to investigate, and fined the producers $12,600.
In 2006, when Oscar time finally came, the producers of “Paradise Now” were promised that the film would be credited to Palestine.
In addition to being alchemists in the test kitchens, producers must also be stewards of the land.
The same argument applies to all producers in their several departments.
American producers of very fine wool have ever fed an expectation, but never obtained the fruition of their hopes.
As a matter of course, a producers' society will enforce the axiom: No luxuries for any until the necessaries are supplied to all.
They will seek other occupations, and be consumers rather than producers of meats.
Nearly all the immigrants were producers, a high percentage being able-bodied young men and women.
producer pro·duc·er (prə-dōō'sər, -dyōō'-, prō-)
A photosynthetic green plant or chemosynthetic bacterium, constituting the first trophic level in a food chain; an autotrophic organism.
An autotrophic organism that serves as a source of food for other organisms in a food chain. Producers include green plants, which produce food through photosynthesis, and certain bacteria that are capable of converting inorganic substances into food through chemosynthesis. Compare consumer.