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Known For

Pretty in Pink
Pretty in Pink Camera and Electrical Department
(1986)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Ferris Bueller's Day Off Camera and Electrical Department
(1986)
Throw Momma from the Train
Throw Momma from the Train Camera and Electrical Department
(1987)
The Howling
The Howling Camera and Electrical Department
(1981)

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 1988 Big Business (still photographer)
 1987 Throw Momma from the Train (still photographer)
 1987 Outrageous Fortune (still photographer)
 1986 Ruthless People (still photographer - as Laurel Davis Moore)
 1986 Ferris Bueller's Day Off (still photographer)
 1986 Pretty in Pink (still photographer)
 1984 Meatballs Part II (still photographer)
 1983 The Man Who Wasn't There (still photographer)
 1982 Friday the 13th Part III (still photographer)
 1982 The Seduction (still photographer)
 1981 The Howling (still photographer)
 1980 The Big Red One (still photographer)
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Laurel Davis Moore

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