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Blake Marion

Blake Marion is known for his work on Mercury Rising (1998), A Time to Kill (1996) and Under Siege (1992). See full bio »

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Known For

Mercury Rising
Mercury Rising Sound Department
(1998)
A Time to Kill
A Time to Kill Sound Department
(1996)
Under Siege
Under Siege Sound Department
(1992)
The Ghost and the Darkness
The Ghost and the Darkness Sound Department
(1996)

Filmography

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 1998 Poodle Springs (TV Movie) (sound effects coordinator)
 1998 Mercury Rising (sound effects coordinator)
 1997 Gridlock'd (sound effects coordinator)
 1996 The Ghost and the Darkness (sound effects coordinator)
 1996 Carpool (sound effects coordinator)
 1996 House Arrest (sound effects coordinator)
 1996 A Time to Kill (sound effects coordinator)
 1996 Sgt. Bilko (sound effects coordinator)
 1995 White Man's Burden (sound effects coordinator)
 1995 Four Rooms (sound effects coordinator)
 1995 Destiny Turns on the Radio (sound effects editor)
 1993 Dream Lover (sound coordinator)
 1993 Body Bags (TV Movie) (sound effects coordinator)
 1992 That Night (sound effects coordinator)
 1992 Under Siege (sound effects coordinator)
 1992 Rapid Fire (sound effects coordinator)
 1992 The Babe (sound effects coordinator)
 1991 Pyrates (sound effects coordinator)
 1991 True Identity (sound effects coordinator)
 1991 Scorchers (sound effects coordinator)
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