25 wins & 33 nominations.
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(visual effects supervisor)
(production visual effects supervisor)
(creative advisor: ILM)
(digital character supervision)
(full-motion dinosaurs) / (visual effects supervisor: ILM - uncredited)
(visual effects supervisor: ILM - special version)
(visual effects: ILM)
(Short) (visual effects supervisor: ILM - uncredited)
(Short) (visual effects supervisor: ILM)
(supervisor of special visual effects: ILM)
(director of special effects - uncredited) / (effects technician - uncredited) / (special photographic effects - uncredited)
(special photographic effects)
(technical consultant: rocket effects - 1979 revised version, uncredited)
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Did You Know?
[on getting started with the cameras his parents bought him:] "My parents didn't know what I was doing; I didn't know what I was doing. This was in Los Angeles. There was no community, just three or four kids going to each other's houses and shooting film -- not trying to tell a story or anything, just these screwy effects. I didn't think it would amount to anything."
His parents, Elmer Ernest Muren and Charline Louise Muren, gave him his first camera, a $10 Keystone eight-millimeter, when he was 10. He practiced making movies with his friend Rick Baker