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John W. Walter

John W. Walter is known for his work on How to Draw a Bunny (2002), Theater of War (2008) and Evil Dead II (1987). See full bio »

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Known For

How to Draw a Bunny
(2002)
Theater of War
(2008)
Evil Dead II
Evil Dead II Sound Department
(1987)
Long Strange Trip
(2017)

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 2017 Long Strange Trip (Documentary)
 2013 Seeds of Time (Documentary)
 2010 Where Are You Taking Me? (Documentary)
 2009 Capitalism: A Love Story (Documentary) (as John Walter)
 2009 The Lost Son of Havana (Documentary)
 2008 Theater of War (Documentary)
 2007 My Kid Could Paint That (Documentary) (as John Walter)
 2002 How to Draw a Bunny (Documentary)
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