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Known For

Genuine Risk
Genuine Risk Editorial Department
(1990)
Ted & Venus
Ted & Venus Editorial Department
(1991)
Carnegie Hall: Live at 100
Carnegie Hall: Live at 100 Camera and Electrical Department
(1990)
The Last Horror Film
The Last Horror Film Editorial Department
(1982)

Filmography

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 1992 Rush Limbaugh (TV Series) (camera operator)
 1990 Carnegie Hall: Live at 100 (TV Movie documentary) (camera operator: electronic camera)
 1987 Square One Television (TV Series) (camera operator)
 1978 Firing Line (TV Series) (camera operator - 1 episode)
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 1991 Ted & Venus (assistant editor)
 1990 Genuine Risk (assistant film editor)
 1982 The Last Horror Film (assistant editor)
 1982 The Slayer (assistant editor)
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 1992 Broadway Bound (TV Movie) (sound editor)
 1990 Genuine Risk (supervising sound editor)
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 1979 Firing Line (TV Series) (production unit - 2 episodes)
- The Crisis in the U.S. Military (1979) ... (production unit)
- SALT II and the U.S. Senate (1979) ... (production unit)

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