Galaxies Are Colliding   (1992)

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Country | Canada, USA
Type |
Language | English
Genres | Comedy
In Color
Production Dates | 1990-08-01 ~ 1991-12-01

Directed by | John Ryman
Cinematography by | Philip Lee
Edited by | Ivan Ladizinsky

Starring ~ Dwier Brown, Susan Walters, Karen Medak

Sound Systems
Ultra Stereo
Editing System
Finishing System
Directed by
Cinematography by
Edited by
Written by
Produced by
Executive Producer
Executive Producer
Executive Producer
Production Management
Unit Production Manager
Production Manager
Unit Production Manager
Original Music by
Set Decoration by
Set Decorator
Art Direction by
Art Director
Costume Design by
Costume Designer
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Second Assistant Director
First Assistant Director
First Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Camera Operator: "b" Camera
Assistant Camera
Additional Camera Team
Second Assistant Camera
Additional Camera Operator
Still Photographer
Editorial Department
Color Timer
Negative Cutter
Special Effects Department
Special Effects
Sound Department
Sound Re-recording Mixer
Sound Effects Editor
Dialogue Editor
Sound Effects Editor
Sound Mixer
Sound Re-recording Mixer
Sound Re-recording Mixer
Boom Operator
Makeup Department
Hair Stylist / Makeup Artist
Hair Stylist / Makeup Artist
Music Department
Music Producer
Music Editor
Psycho (as James K. Ward)
Mr. Toast
Gas Station Guy
Mourner Who Looked Good In Black (as Lisa Todd)
Mourner Who Didn't Know The Guy
Mourner With Glasses And Beard
Mourner With Glasses And No Beard
Surfer Guy Mourner (as Matt Powers)
Mourner Who Was Giggly, But Not A Bimbo
Mourner Who Said 'Disturbed'
Bald Mourner
Mourner Who Stuck His Hand In The Fruit (as Brad Carow)
Additional Crew Members
Script Supervisor
Production Coordinator
Executive Production Assistant
Production Business Affairs
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