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Darrell A. Anderson (1933–2014)

Died:

(age 81)

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

Known For

Superman
Superman Visual Effects
(1978)
The Invaders
The Invaders Visual Effects
(1967-1968)
Tripoli
Tripoli Visual Effects
(1950)
The Dirt Gang
The Dirt Gang Camera and Electrical Department
(1972)

Filmography

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 1966-1986 Star Trek (TV Series) (visual effects - 80 episodes)
- The Cage (1986) ... (visual effects - uncredited)
- Turnabout Intruder (1969) ... (visual effects - uncredited)
- All Our Yesterdays (1969) ... (visual effects - uncredited)
- The Savage Curtain (1969) ... (visual effects - uncredited)
- The Cloud Minders (1969) ... (visual effects - uncredited)
 1978 Superman (additional model photography: USA - as Darrell Anderson)
 1967-1968 The Invaders (TV Series) (special photographic effects - 40 episodes)
- Inquisition (1968) ... (special photographic effects)
- The Pursued (1968) ... (special photographic effects)
- The Life Seekers (1968) ... (special photographic effects)
- The Miracle (1968) ... (special photographic effects)
- The Vise (1968) ... (special photographic effects)
 1964 Seven Days in May (opticals - uncredited)
 1950 Tripoli (special photographic effects)
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 1979 J-Men Forever (photographer: second unit - as Darrell Anderson)
 1972 The Dirt Gang (special photographic consultant)
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Alternate Names:

Darrell Anderson
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He and his brother Howard A. Anderson created starfields for Star Trek (1966) and invented a photographic technique that enhanced the illusion of people being "beamed" from and to the starship Enterprise. See more »

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