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Eugene Garcia (II)

Eugene Garcia is a director and writer, known for Burnt Eden (1997), The Killing Boys (2009) and Uncontrollable (2012). See full bio »

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Known For

Burnt Eden
Burnt Eden Director
(1997)
The Killing Boys
The Killing Boys Director
(2009)
Uncontrollable
Uncontrollable Director
(2012)
Bone
Bone Director
(2000)

Filmography

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 2000 Bone
 1997 Burnt Eden
 1996 2 Mayhem 3
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 2003-2004 Petits mythes urbains (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Le piège (2004)
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 2005/II Pure
 2000 Bone
 1997 Burnt Eden
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 2012 Uncontrollable
Daniel Delgado
 2000 Bone
Leader's thug
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 2012 Uncontrollable (producer)
 2009 The Killing Boys (producer)
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