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Justin Buehrlen

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Born in Germany, Buehrlen had been an actor and director there before emigrating to the U.S. He labored in menial jobs for years before landing a mail room position at Paramount in the early 1950's, making an impression on it's celebrated spectacle director Cecil B. DeMille, who offered him a job as a "chair boy." Unfamiliar with American film ...

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Known For

The Winds of War
The Winds of War Miscellaneous Crew
(1983)
Looking for Mr. Goodbar
Looking for Mr. Goodbar Location Management
(1977)
Urban Cowboy
Urban Cowboy Location Management
(1980)

Filmography

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 1987 The Little Match Girl (TV Movie) (production auditor)
 1983 Deadly Lessons (TV Movie) (production auditor)
 1983 The Winds of War (TV Mini-Series) (production auditor - 5 episodes)
- The Changing of the Guard (1983) ... (production auditor)
- Defiance (1983) ... (production auditor)
- Cataclysm (1983) ... (production auditor)
- The Storm Breaks (1983) ... (production auditor)
- The Winds Rise (1983) ... (production auditor)
 1979 Players (production auditor)
 1975 Posse (production auditor - uncredited)
 1974 Chinatown (auditor - uncredited)
 1972 Hammersmith Is Out (financial representative)
 1971 Plaza Suite (auditor - uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Location management (2 credits)
 1980 Urban Cowboy (location auditor)
 1977 Looking for Mr. Goodbar (location auditor)
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Trivia:

Born in Germany, Buehrlen had been an actor and director there before emigrating to the U.S. He labored in menial jobs for years before landing a mail room position at Paramount in the early 1950's, making an impression on it's celebrated spectacle director Cecil B. DeMille, who offered him a job as a "chair boy." Unfamiliar with American film industry terminology, he jumped at the opportunity, ... See more »

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