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Howard A. Anderson (I)

Howard A. Anderson was born as Howard Andrew Anderson. He is known for his work on Taras Bulba (1962), Star Trek (1966) and Jack the Giant Killer (1962). See full bio »
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 1968 The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz (photographic effects - as Howard Anderson)
 1967 Tobruk (special effects supervisor/miniatures - uncredited)
 1962 Taras Bulba (special photographic effects)
 1962 Jack the Giant Killer (special photographic effects)
 1960 The Time Machine (additional special effects/optical effects - uncredited)
 1956 Nightmare (special photographic effects)
 1953 Phantom from Space (photographic effects - as Howard Anderson)
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Howard A. Anderson Jr. | Howard Anderson Jr. | Howard Anderson
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He and his brother Darrell A. Anderson created starfields for Star Trek (1966) and invented a photographic technique that enhanced the illusion of people being "beamed" from and to the starship Enterprise. See more »

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