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D.O.A.  (1988)

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The movie D.O.A., released in 1988 and directed by Annabel Jankel, Rocky Morton, was shot on film using ARRIFLEX 35 BL4 Camera, ARRIFLEX 35 III Camera and Zeiss Super Speed Lenses with Yuri Neyman as cinematographer and editing by Raja Gosnell, Michael R. Miller.
Cinematography by | Yuri Neyman
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Lenses
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Sound Systems
Dolby
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Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Mystery, Thriller

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Cast
Dexter Cornell
Sydney Fuller
Mrs. Fitzwaring
Hal Petersham
Gail Cornell
Cookie Fitzwaring
Nicholas Lang
Graham Corey
Detective Ulmer
Detective Brockton
Elaine Wells
Jane Corey
Chief Resident
Mr. Fitzwaring
Nick Lang Sr.
Corey's Daughter
College President
Desk Sergeant
Cab Driver
Survey Girl
English Professor
Frat Jock #1
Frat Jock #2
Guitar Player
Art Patron
Kissing Booth Vendor
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Production Manager
Post-production Supervisor
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Second Second Assistant Director
First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Best Boy Grip
Electrician
Still Photographer
Electrician
Additional Photographer
Additional First Assistant Camera
Electrician
Electrician
First Assistant Camera
Second Assistant Camera
Additional First Assistant Camera
Camera Operator
Best Boy Electric
Additional First Assistant Camera
Electrician
Additional Camera Operator
Editorial Department
First Assistant Editor
Negative Cutter
Post-production Coordinator
Post-production Associate
Second Assistant Editor
Post-production Associate
Special Effects Department
Special Effects Assistant
Special Effects Coordinator
Special Effects Assistant
Art Department
Scenic Paint Foreman
Carpenter
On-set Dresser
Construction Coordinator
Assistant Props
Set Dresser
Set Dresser
Property Master
Construction Foreman
Storyboard Artist
Carpenter
Set Dresser
Set Dresser
Carpenter
Set Dresser
Property Master: Re-shoot
Carpenter
Sound Department
Foley Mixer
Foley Artist
Sound Recordist
Re-recording Mixer
Sound Mixer
Dialogue Editor
Re-recording Mixer
Assistant Sound Editor
Foley Editor
Adr Editor
Sound Effects Editor
Foley Artist
Adr Editor
Re-recording Mixer
Foley Re-recordist
Assistant Sound Editor
Sound Effects Editor
Assistant Sound Editor
Dialogue Editor
Dialogue Editor
Boom Operator
Assistant Sound Editor
Supervising Sound Editor
Foley Artist
Casting Department
Casting Assistant: Los Angeles
Voice Casting
Casting: Texas
Makeup Department
Hair Stylist
Hair Assistant / Makeup Assistant
Makeup Artist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Wardrobe Supervisor
Wardrobe Supervisor
Wardrobe Assistant
Music Department
Score Engineer
Score Producer
Music Editor / Score Producer
Music Arranger: String Arrangements
Music Advisor
Composer: Additional Music
Stunt Department
Transportation Department
Transportation Captain
Transportation Coordinator
Additional Crew Members
Production Associate
Craft Service
Production Associate
Adr Voice
Script Supervisor
Production Coordinator
Logo Typographer
Production Associate
Pre-production Coordinator
Production Associate
Assistant To Producers
Publicity Intern
Adr Voice
Adr Voice
Assistant To Producers
Craft Service
Adr Voice
Adr Voice
Adr Voice
Production Associate
Adr Voice
Production Associate
Production Associate
Synthesizer Programmer
Associate Production Executive
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