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Raul daSilva

New York City native Raúl daSilva recalls his boyhood in the lower East Side of Manhattan and its surrounding neighborhoods as fascinating. He was educated at Adelphi University and later attended Hofstra University's PhD program in clinical psychology but changed his mind and through some networking from his acting curriculum taken in ... See full bio »

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 1976 Nat Hurst, MD, a 20th Century American Physician (TV Movie documentary)
 1973 Hidden Battlefield (Documentary short)
 1973 The Silent Drum (Documentary)
 1969 Craftsmen in Concert (Documentary)
 1968 Yesterday (Documentary)
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 1976 Nat Hurst, MD, a 20th Century American Physician (TV Movie documentary) (written by)
 1968 Yesterday (Documentary) (writer)
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 1975 Rime of the Ancient Mariner (camera operator) / (special cinematographer)
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 1973 No Whistles, Bells, or Bedlam (Short) (producer)
 1973 The Silent Drum (Documentary) (producer)
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 1968 Yesterday (Documentary)
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 1973 No Whistles, Bells, or Bedlam (Short) (production manager)
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 1978 Standing Tall (TV Movie) (script consultant)
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 1981 Fear No Evil (creative consultant - as Raul Da Silva)

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Other Works:

The Motion Picture Production Manual, Eastman Kodak, 1972. See more »

Alternate Names:

Raul Da Silva


6' (1.83 m)

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Working on fiction writing in New Haven, Connecticut. See more »

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