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Henry Miller (III)

Beloved member of the Austin, Texas film community in the 1980s and 90s. Best known as a sound boom operator (see credits) and then as a sound mixer in his own right. Later career focused mainly on sound for non-fiction television productions. Appreciated for his professionalism and light-heartedness. Now deceased, and sadly missed by his many ... See full bio »

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Known For

Dazed and Confused
Dazed and Confused Sound Department
Future-Kill Sound Department
Confessions of a Serial Killer
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2


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 2015 48 Hours on ID (TV Series documentary) (sound - 1 episode)
- Justice for Sheila (2015) ... (sound)
 2004 Biography (TV Series documentary) (sound - 1 episode)
- Traci Lords (2004) ... (sound)
 1998 Surviving the Bottom Line (TV Movie documentary) (sound)
 1998 Frontline (TV Series documentary) (sound - 1 episode)
- Last Battle of the Gulf War (1998) ... (sound)
 1994 Shadows of Desire (TV Movie) (sound mixer)
 1993 Dazed and Confused (boom operator - as Henry 'Hank' Miller)
 1991 In Broad Daylight (TV Movie) (boom operator)
 1986 Houston: The Legend of Texas (TV Movie) (boom operator)
 1986 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (boom operator)
 1986 Uphill All the Way (boom operator)
 1985 Confessions of a Serial Killer (boom operator) / (location sound mixer)
 1985 Future-Kill (sound crew)
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 1971 Ginger

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Henry 'Hank' Miller

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