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Christopher Chapman (I) (1927–2015)

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He was named to the Order of Canada in 1987, and earned a Doctor of Laws from Ryerson University in 2000. Christopher also served as president of both the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and the Directors Guild of Canada. See more trivia »

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Won 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

The Brady Bunch
The Brady Bunch Visual Effects
(1969-1970)
A Place to Stand
A Place to Stand Director
(1967)
The Seasons
The Seasons Director
(1954)

Filmography

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 1969-1970 The Brady Bunch (TV Series) (special visual effects designer - 25 episodes)
- Lost Locket, Found Locket (1970) ... (special visual effects designer)
- The Grass Is Always Greener (1970) ... (special visual effects designer)
- To Move or Not to Move (1970) ... (special visual effects designer)
- The Possible Dream (1970) ... (special visual effects designer)
- The Hero (1970) ... (special visual effects designer - uncredited)
 1970 Airport (special visual effects designer - uncredited)
 1968 The Boston Strangler (special visual effects designer - uncredited)
 1968 The Thomas Crown Affair (special visual effects designer - uncredited)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
Show Show Director (9 credits)
Show Show Cinematographer (9 credits)
Show Show Editor (4 credits)
Show Show Producer (2 credits)
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Chapman's "multiple dynamic images" process inspired the opening scene in his 1968 film The Thomas Crown Affair. The split-screen technique, where a number of small screens, all full motion, move around the larger screen, was also used in The Boston Strangler (1968) and Airport (1970). See more »

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