Peter MacGregor-Scott (December 28, 1947 – October 29, 2017) was a British film producer, production manager and assistant director. He produced the 1997 film Batman & Robin. He also produced the Cheech & Chong films Cheech & Chong's The Corsican Brothers, Still Smokin and Born in East L.A.. Others are The Whoopee Boys and Death to Smoochy.
Peter MacGregor-Scott was born in Maidenhead, England. His father was J. C. MacGregor Scott, who served as an executive with such British film companies as Columbia Pictures U.K., Warner-Pathe Distributors and Commonwealth United International. He is survived by his two children, Elizabeth Kennedy (née MacGregor-Scott), Taylor MacGregor-Scott and his wife, Susan (née Brustien) MacGregor-Scott.
His earliest work includes Strange Portrait in which he was second unit director or assistant director. In 1970, he left England to move to the United States. In that year he worked on Ride the Tiger which was shot in the Philippines.
It was announced that on October 5, 2013, he was to present the MPEG Fellowship and Service Award to re-recording mixer Donald O. Mitchell. Both MacGregor-Scott and Mitchell had worked together on Under Siege and Batman & Robin.
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