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Logan Frazee

Logan Frazee is known for his work on Star Trek: First Contact (1996), Star Trek: Generations (1994) and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991). See full bio »

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Known For

Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek: First Contact Special Effects
(1996)
Star Trek: Generations
Star Trek: Generations Special Effects
(1994)
Heat
Heat Special Effects
(1995)

Filmography

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 1999 Mystery Men (special effects assistant)
 1998 Star Trek: Insurrection (special effects assistant)
 1996 Star Trek: First Contact (special effects assistant - as Logan Z. Frazee)
 1995 Heat (special effects)
 1994 Star Trek: Generations (special effects assistant)
 1994 North (special effects)
 1994 Lightning Jack (special effects)
 1993 Hocus Pocus (special effects - as Logan Z. Frazee)
 1992 Nemesis (special effectsman - as Logan Z. Frazee)
 1991 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (special effects assistant)
 1991 Dollman (Video) (special effects - as Frazee)
 1991 Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (special effects assistant)
 1991 Point Break (special effects assistant - as Logan Z. Frazee)
 1990 Captain America (special effects crew - as Logan Z. Frazee)
 1990 Ghost (special effects)
 1990 Lord of the Flies (special effects: USA)
 1988 The Blob (mechanical effects technician)
 1986-1987 Hunter (TV Series) (special effects - 11 episodes)
- Any Second Now (1987) ... (special effects)
- The Cradle Will Rock (1987) ... (special effects - as Frazee)
- The Contract (1986) ... (special effects - as Frazee)
- Love, Hate, and Sporty James (1986) ... (special effects - as Frazee)
- True Confessions (1986) ... (special effects - as Frazee)
 1984 Tank (special effects)
 1982 Blade Runner (special effects technician)
 1979 1941 (special effects technician - as Logan R. Frazee)
 1977 The World's Greatest Lover (special effects)
 1977 Fire Sale (special effects)
 1977 Black Sunday (special effects man)
 1975 Breakheart Pass (special effects - as Logan Frazee Jr.)
 1975 French Connection II (special effects)
 1974 The Towering Inferno (mechanical effects)
 1974 Chinatown (special effects)
 1973 Pioneer Woman (TV Movie) (special effects)
 1973 The Spook Who Sat by the Door (special effects)
 1973 Satan's School for Girls (TV Movie) (special effects)
 1973 Slaughter's Big Rip-Off (special effects)
 1972 Trouble Man (special effects - uncredited)
 1972 Prime Cut (special effects)
 1971 Something Big (special effects)
 1971 Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (special effects - as Logan R. Frazee)
 1970 Little Big Man (special effects)
 1970 The Animals (special effects)
 1969 The Bridge at Remagen (special effects - as Logan R. Frazee)
 1968 The Devil's Brigade (special effects supervisor - as Logan R. Frazee)
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Alternate Names:

Logan Frazee Jr. | Logan R. Frazee | Logan Z. Frazee | Frazee

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