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Richard A. Crawford

Richard A. Crawford is known for his work on Treesus for Jeesus (2011), Liza with a Z (1972) and West Side Memories (2003). See full bio »

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Treesus for Jeesus
Liza with a Z
Liza with a Z Music Department
West Side Memories
West Side Memories Music Department


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 2004 Leone's West (Video documentary short) (music supervisor)
 2004 The Leone Style (Video documentary short) (music supervisor)
 2003 Counterfeit World: Making 'To Live and Die in L.A.' (Video documentary short) (music editor)
 2003 West Side Memories (Video documentary) (music editorial)
 2002 Buckaroo Banzai Declassified (Video documentary short) (music editor)
 1999 HBO First Look (TV Series documentary short) (music editor - 1 episode)
- The Making of 'Random Hearts' (1999) ... (music editor - as Richard Crawford)
 1999 The Way We Were: Looking Back (Video documentary) (music editor - as Richard Crawford)
 1972 Liza with a Z (TV Special) (soundtrack construction: 2000 reissue)
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 2004 Il Maestro: Ennio Morricone and 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly' (Video documentary short) (graphic artist)
 2004 Leone's West (Video documentary short) (graphic artist)
 2004 The Leone Style (Video documentary short) (graphic artist)
 2003 Counterfeit World: Making 'To Live and Die in L.A.' (Video documentary short) (graphic artist)
 2003 West Side Memories (Video documentary) (graphic artist)
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 2011 Treesus for Jeesus (Short)
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 1997 Patton: A Tribute to Franklin J. Schaffner (Video documentary)
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