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I'm Not There.
I'm Not There. Animation Department
The Adventures of Mark Twain
The Adventures of Mark Twain Sound Department
Arnold Escapes from Church
Arnold Escapes from Church Sound Department
Meet the Raisins!
Meet the Raisins! Sound Department


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 1997 The Online Adventures of Ozzie the Elf (TV Short) (technical supporter)
 1994 Mr. Resistor (Short) (technical supporter)
 1992 Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase (Short) (technical assistant - as Gary McRoberts)
 1990 Raisins Sold Out: The California Raisins II (TV Movie) (technical supporter)
 1985 Return to Oz (claymation artist) / (claymation technical supervisor)
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 2017 Two Balloons (Short) (electrician)
 1987 A Claymation Christmas Celebration (TV Special short) (lighting) / (motion control)
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 1988 Meet the Raisins! (TV Short) (dialogue recordist)
 1988 Arnold Escapes from Church (Short) (sound recordist)
 1985 The Adventures of Mark Twain (sound recordist)
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 2017 Two Balloons (Short) (miniature effects)
 1985 The Adventures of Mark Twain (special effects technician)
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 2007 I'm Not There. (animation armatures: Bent Image Lab)
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 2017 Two Balloons (Short) (puppets armatures)
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 1992 Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase (Short) (special thanks)

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