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Art Wood (I)

Art Wood is known for his work on Final Equinox (1995), Free Enterprise (1998) and Guinevere (1999). See full bio »

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Known For

Final Equinox
Final Equinox Sound Department
(1995)
Free Enterprise
Free Enterprise Sound Department
(1998)
Guinevere
Guinevere Sound Department
(1999)
Gabriela
Gabriela Music Department
(2001)

Filmography

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 2013/I Max (Short) (re-recording mixer)
 2004 Guru2Go (TV Series) (sound recording mixer)
 2004 The Mailman (sound editor)
 2004 Adventures in Animation 3D (Short) (ADR recordist)
 2003 Incantation (Short) (post-production sound)
 1999 Shark Attack (TV Movie) (dialog pre-dub mixer)
 1999 It Came from the Sky (TV Movie) (ADR editor) / (dialogue editor) / (sound effects supervisor)
 1999 Guinevere (sound editor - as Arthur Wood)
 1998 Free Enterprise (ADR recordist)
 1996 Fire on the Mountain (Documentary) (post-production sound mixer - as Arthur Wood)
 1995 Final Equinox (sound mixer)
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Alternate Names:

Arthur Wood | Art Woods
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Drummer who has worked with such people as Bette Midler, Tina Turner, Cher, James Brown, Gary Wright, Peter Frampton and Michael Penn.

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