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Don Record (1936–1980)

Don Record was born on September 1, 1936 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is known for Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972), Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973) and Play It Again, Sam (1972). He died on October 30, 1980 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1980 Loving Couples (title designer)
 1979 The In-Laws (title design)
 1979 Winter Kills (title designer)
 1979 Time Express (TV Series) (title designer - 2 episodes)
- Rodeo/Cop (1979) ... (title designer)
- The Copy-Writer/The Figure Skater (1979) ... (title designer)
 1978 Born Again (titles)
 1978 Goin' Coconuts (title designer)
 1978 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (title designer)
 1978 An Enemy of the People (titles designer: Pacific Title)
 1977 Claws (title design)
 1977 Day of the Animals (title designer)
 1976 Drum (title designer)
 1976 Lipstick (title designer)
 1975 Take a Hard Ride (title design)
 1975 Smile (titles designer)
 1974 Apple's Way (TV Series) (title design - 1 episode)
- The Tornado (1974) ... (title design)
 1974 The Parallax View (design consultant)
 1974 Huckleberry Finn (title designer)
 1973 A Dream for Christmas (TV Movie) (title designer: main titles)
 1973 The Blue Knight (TV Movie) (title designer)
 1973 Badge 373 (title designer)
 1973 Cleopatra Jones (title designer)
 1973 Battle for the Planet of the Apes (title designer)
 1973 Tom Sawyer (title designer)
 1973 Honor Thy Father (TV Movie) (special sequence designer)
 1972 Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (title designer)
 1972 The Candidate (title designer)
 1972 Prime Cut (title designer)
 1972 Play It Again, Sam (title designer)
 1971 The Hospital (title designer)
 1971 Angels Hard as They Come (title designer)
 1971 Private Duty Nurses (title designer)
 1971 The Velvet Vampire (title designer)
 1971 Summertree (director: special sequence) / (titles)
 1971 The Grissom Gang (title designer - uncredited)
 1971 Plaza Suite (title designer)
 1971 B.S. I Love You (title designer)
 1969-1971 The Bill Cosby Show (TV Series) (title designer - 52 episodes)
- The Saturday Game (1971) ... (title designer)
- The Long Road Back (1971) ... (title designer)
- The Green-Eyed Monster (1971) ... (title designer)
- The Power of a Tree (1971) ... (title designer)
- The Barber Shop (1971) ... (title designer)
 1971 Mrs. Pollifax-Spy (title designer: main title)
 1970 Rio Lobo (title designer) / (title director)
 1970 Which Way to the Front? (title designer)
 1970 The Out of Towners (titles designer)
 1970 Colossus: The Forbin Project (title designer: main titles, Universal Title)
 1969 Air Force Academy (Documentary short) (titles)
 1969 Flareup (title designer)
 1967-1969 Untamed Frontier (TV Series documentary) (title designer - 31 episodes)
- Underwater II (1969) ... (title designer)
- Bats, Birds & Bigger Beasts: Magazine I! (1969) ... (title designer)
- Birds, Beasts & Breathing Fish Magazine I (1969) ... (title designer)
- Waterhole (1967) ... (title designer)
- Underwater I (1967) ... (title designer)
 1969 Downhill Racer (title designer)
 1969 The Great Bank Robbery (title designer)
 1969 The First Time (title designer)
 1968 Krakatoa: East of Java (titles designer)
 1968 House of Cards (title designer)
 1968 The Devil's Brigade (title designer)
 1968 Planet of the Apes (title designer - uncredited)
 1967 The Fox (main title and montages: Pacific Title)
 1967 Doctor Dolittle (title designer)
 1966 Alvarez Kelly (prologue and main title design)
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