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The Shark Is Still Working ()


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After three decades, Jaws continues to intrigue, thrill and frighten viewers. This documentary focuses on the many ways Jaws has helped to shape common elements of pop culture.

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Directed by

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Erik Hollander

Written by

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James Gelet ... ()

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James Gelet ... producer
Jake Gove ... executive producer / producer
Erik Hollander ... producer
Michael McCormack ... co-producer
James-Michael Roddy ... producer (as Michael Roddy)
Roy Scheider ... associate producer

Music by

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Michael McCormack

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Erik Hollander

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James Gelet
Erik Hollander

Sound Department

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Brian Church ... narration editor
Cynthia Daniels ... narration engineer
Tim Duncan ... re-recording mixer
Garrett Hestla ... sound mixer
Greg Parker ... supervising sound editor

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D.J. Goller ... title animation

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Andy Casagrande ... cinematographer: live "Great White" footage
Carol Fligor ... cinematographer: exclusive behind-the-scenes "Jaws" footage

Location Management

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Aron Pinsky ... location manager: Los Angeles
Valerie Richards ... location manager: Martha's Vineyard

Music Department

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Mike Haydn ... composer: additional music
Sal Salvador ... composer: additional music

Other crew

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Jim Beller ... image archivist
Mark Burton ... production assistant: Martha's Vineyard
Jason Connell ... public relations
Pat Delaney ... production assistant: Los Angeles
Michael Donaldson ... clearance counsel
Matthew Drinnenberg ... production assistant: Martha's Vineyard
Eric Falkner ... technical advisor
Chuck Gramling ... production assistant: Martha's Vineyard
Jono Heighes ... director: Ron & Valerie Taylor interview
Ryan Holmberg ... technical advisor
Chris Kiszka ... production assistant: New York
Richard Martel Jr. ... image archivist / production assistant: Salt Lake City
Edward McCormack ... image archivist
Robert Meyer Burnett ... director: Bryan Singer interview
Brad Miller ... footage archivist
Andy Morris ... production assistant: Philadelphia
Dave Nelson ... technical advisor
Chris Perez ... clearance counsel (as Christopher L. Perez)
Michael Smith ... production assistant: Martha's Vineyard
Allie Surina ... production assistant: Nashville

Thanks

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Wendy Benchley ... special thanks
Ryder Davis ... special thanks
Monica De Armond ... special thanks
Laura Lau ... special thanks
Marvin Levy ... special thanks
Vivian Mayer ... special thanks
Robert Meyer Burnett ... special thanks
Kerry Patten ... special thanks
Michael Smith ... special thanks (as Mike Smith)
Gail Stanley ... special thanks
Kristin Stark ... special thanks
Greg Van Cott ... special thanks
Doris Wood ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Taglines The Impact and Legacy of Jaws See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Shark Is Still Working: The Impact & Legacy of Jaws (United States)
  • The Shark Is Still Working: The Impact & Legacy of 'Jaws' (United States, English title)
  • The Shark Is Still Working: The Impact & Legacy of 'Jaws' (World-wide, English title)
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  • 100 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Percy Rodrigues's final public appearance. See more »
Movie Connections Features Jaws (1975). See more »
Quotes Peter Benchley: I think the fascination with sharks comes from many things. One, they are the last surviving predator that poses a genuine threat to man in an environment in which he chooses to go. E. O. Wilson said we don't just fear our predators. We are transfixed by them, prone to weave stories and fables, because fascination breeds preparedness, and preparedness, survival. In a deeply tribal sense, he said, we love our monsters.
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