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John grew up in Columbus, Ohio. In 1968, he moved to Juneau, Alaska, where in addition to his graphic arts and photography "career", he started making documentary films and a feature in 1978/79. After "Spirit of the Wind", later called "Attla", won Best Picture at the 1979 US Film Festival (The next year it changed to The Sundance Film Festival) ... See full bio »


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Known For

The PJs
The PJs Director
MobiusXperiment Visual Effects
Coraline Art Department
Claymation Easter
Claymation Easter Animation Department


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 2002 Phantom Investigators (TV Series) (animation director - 4 episodes)
- Birthday Presence (2002) ... (animation director)
- Episode #1.3 ... (animation director)
- Skating the Plank ... (animation director)
- Secrets Exposed! ... (animation director)
 1992 Claymation Easter (TV Special) (additional animator)
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 2003 MobiusXperiment (Short) (animation director) / (character animator) / (character modeler)
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 1979 Spirit of the Wind (writer)
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 2009 Coraline (set builder)
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 1987 A Claymation Christmas Celebration (TV Special short)
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 2003 MobiusXperiment (Short) (camera operator)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Lance Boyle


6' 3" (1.91 m)

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Personal Quote:

I hope that job goes away


Directing "White Knuckle Freeway", which should be released early 1997


Very vague and shifty



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