At Amblin, Kennedy produced or co-produced such popular films as Gremlins, Always, Dad, *batteries not included, An American Tail, Innerspace, Joe Versus the Volcano, The Goonies, Young Sherlock Holmes, The Land Before Time, Hook, Noises Off, The Money Pit, The Flintstones, Cape Fear, the Back to the Future series, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? , Empire of the Sun, The Color Purple and Arachnophobia.
In 1992, she established The Kennedy/Marshall Company with her husband, Frank Marshall. Some of the films created under their company banner are Congo, Indian in the Cupboard, A Map of the World, Snow Falling on Cedars, Alive, the IMAX feature Olympic Glory and the box office blockbuster The Sixth Sense, starring Haley Joel Osment.
Kennedy also executive produced Schindler's List, which won the Oscar for Best Picture in 1993, served as a producer on Twister and The Bridges of Madison County, and produced the phenomenally successful Jurassic Park adventure series.
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