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Dan Zaitz

Dan Zaitz is known for his work on The Prophecy (1995), Permanent Midnight (1998) and Six-String Samurai (1998). See full bio »

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Known For

The Prophecy
The Prophecy Camera and Electrical Department
(1995)
Permanent Midnight
Permanent Midnight Camera and Electrical Department
(1998)
Six-String Samurai
Six-String Samurai Camera and Electrical Department
(1998)
The Whole Wide World
The Whole Wide World Camera and Electrical Department
(1996)

Filmography

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 2001 Alone with a Stranger (still photographer)
 2000 Farewell, My Love (still photographer)
 1999 Stranger in My House (still photographer)
 1999 Her Married Lover (still photographer)
 1999 Interceptor Force (still photographer)
 1998 The Adventures of Ragtime (still photographer)
 1998 The Velocity of Gary (still photographer)
 1998 Six-String Samurai (still photographer)
 1998 Permanent Midnight (still photographer)
 1998 The Dentist 2 (still photographer)
 1997 Double Tap (still photographer)
 1997 The Killing Jar (still photographer)
 1996/I Small Time (unit photographer)
 1996 The Whole Wide World (still photographer)
 1995 Kissing Miranda (TV Movie) (still photographer)
 1995 Black Day Blue Night (still photographer)
 1995 Last Gasp (still photographer)
 1995 The Nature of the Beast (still photographer)
 1995 The Prophecy (electrician)
 1994 The Glass Shield (still photographer)
 1994 House Party 3 (electrician)
 1993 Desire (still photographer)
 1993 Treacherous (still photographer)
 1993 At Home with the Webbers (TV Movie) (electrician)
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