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Jeff Blyth (I)

Jeff Blyth is a director, writer and producer whose film experience has taken him and his audiences to every corner of the globe. Millions of visitors to Disney theme parks have seen Blyth's artistry and technical expertise in Circle-Vision 360-degree films shot throughout America, Canada, China and Europe. His film-making skills also span an ... See full bio »
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Cheetah Director
Wonders of China
Wonders of China Director
From Time to Time
The Secret World of Alex Mack


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 2003 Reflections of China (Documentary short)
 1996-1997 The Secret World of Alex Mack (TV Series) (7 episodes)
- Ashley (1997)
- New World Order (1996)
 1996-1997 Space Cases (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- All You Can Eaty (1996)
 1996 Noir (Video Game)
 1992 From Time to Time (Short)
 1989 Cheetah
 1986 Portraits of Canada (Documentary)
 1982 Wonders of China (Documentary short)
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The first question asked by a chirpy little EPK reporter: "What it was like to be directing a feature film on location in Africa?" My response was that it was a little bit like waterskiing -- from in front of the boat. You went out there hoping to have a good time, but now you're just hoping not to get run over by the damned thing. End of interview.

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