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Congratulations to Golden Globe Nominee "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"

The Prime Original series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" picked up a Golden Globe nomination for Best Television Series (Musical or Comedy). Check out photos from the show and browse our Golden Globes Guide for the full list of nominees.

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Known For

The King of Comedy
The King of Comedy Camera and Electrical Department
(1982)
Ghostbusters II
Ghostbusters II Camera and Electrical Department
(1989)
Wall Street
Wall Street Camera and Electrical Department
(1987)
Gloria
Gloria Camera and Electrical Department
(1980)

Filmography

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 1994 True Lies (assistant camera - uncredited)
 1991 Mortal Thoughts (assistant camera)
 1989 Ghostbusters II (first assistant camera: New York)
 1989 Chances Are (first assistant camera: Washington D.C.)
 1987 Wall Street (first assistant camera)
 1986 Sweet Liberty (assistant camera)
 1984 Moscow on the Hudson (first assistant camera: New York)
 1983 The Survivors (first assistant camera)
 1982 The King of Comedy (first assistant camera)
 1981 Arthur (assistant camera)
 1980 Gloria (first assistant camera)
 1980 Willie & Phil (assistant camera)
 1980 Simon (assistant camera)
 1979 The Seduction of Joe Tynan (assistant camera)
 1979 You Can't Go Home Again (TV Movie) (assistant camera)
 1976 Taxi Driver (assistant camera - uncredited)
 1975 Jaws (assistant camera - uncredited)
 1971 The French Connection (assistant camera - uncredited)

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Paul Scheer on Why There Are No Bad Movies

Paul Scheer discusses The Disaster Artist and his love of awesomely bad movies. Plus, we dive into the origins of midnight movies and explore how The Room became a cult classic.

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