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Walter E. Sear (1930–2010)

Walter E. Sear was born on April 27, 1930 in New Orleans, Louisiana USA as Walter Edmond Sear. He was a composer and producer, known for The Beyond (1981), Prime Evil (1988) and Lurkers (1988). He was married to Edith Sear. He died on April 29, 2010 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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 1988 Lurkers
 1988 Prime Evil
 1987 Blood Sisters
 1985 Tenement
 1985 The Oracle
 1983 Mascara (as Walter Dear)
 1981 The Beyond (U.S. version)
 1980 Zombie Holocaust (US version)
 1978 Disco Beaver from Outer Space (TV Movie) (as Walter Sear)
 1977 Cherry Hill High (as Walter Sear)
 1969 NBC Experiment in Television (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
- The Cube (1969) ... (as Walter Sear, electronic music)
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Alternate Names:

Walter Dear | Wally Edmonds | Walter Sear | Walt Sears

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Walter Sear was an early associate of synthesizer inventor Robert Moog. Sear not only used his Moog synthesizer on a number of movie scores (Midnight Cowboy, Let's Scare Jessica To Death), but also helped to develop the famous electronic musical instrument, acted as a sales representative, and even wrote an instructional book on synthesizer techniques. See more »

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