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Twister Art Department
Poseidon Art Department
Air Force One
Air Force One Art Department


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 2006 Poseidon (construction foreman)
 2004 Christmas with the Kranks (neighborhood foreman - as Neil Jay Saiger)
 2003 Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (construction foreman)
 2002 Windtalkers (propmaker foreman - uncredited)
  From the Earth to the Moon (TV Mini-Series) (general foreman - 6 episodes, 1998) (construction coordinator - 2 episodes, 1998) (construction foreman - 2 episodes, 1998)
- The Original Wives Club (1998) ... (construction coordinator: Los Angeles unit) / (general foreman)
- Le voyage dans la lune (1998) ... (construction coordinator: Los Angeles unit) / (general foreman)
- Galileo Was Right (1998) ... (general foreman)
- For Miles and Miles (1998) ... (general foreman)
- We Interrupt This Program (1998) ... (general foreman)
 1997 Air Force One (construction foreman)
 1996 Twister (construction propmaker foreman - as Neill Saiger)
 1993 Fire in the Sky (propmaker foreperson)
 1990 Avalon (construction foreman - as Neil Jay Saiger)
 1989 Harlem Nights (construction foreperson)
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 2005 War of the Worlds (special effects foreman - uncredited)

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Alternate Names:

Neil Jay Saiger | Neill Saiger

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