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Hearst Castle: Building the Dream  (1996)

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The movie Hearst Castle: Building the Dream, released in 1996 and directed by Bruce Neibaur, was shot on film using Iwerks MSM 8870 Camera with Matthew Williams as cinematographer and editing by Stephen L. Johnson.
Directed by | Bruce Neibaur
Cinematography by | Matthew Williams
Edited by | Stephen L. Johnson
Written by | Bruce Neibaur
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Distribution Medium
Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Documentary, Short

Editing System
Finishing System
Film Manufacturer
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Film Negative Pulldown
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Distributed Frame Rate
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Clark Gable
William Randolph Hearst
Phoebe Apperson Hearst
Julia Morgan - Architect
Woman Guest (Spanish Voice 2006)
Wm Randolph Hearst
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Cinematography by
Written by
Edited by
Produced by
Original Music by
Production Design by
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Costume Design by
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Casting by
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Post-production Supervisor
Production Manager
Production Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
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Second Unit Director
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Key Grip
Camera Operator
Key Grip: USA
First Assistant Camera
Director Of Photography: Second Unit
Additional Cinematographer
Visual Effects Department
Visual Effects Supervisor: Imagica USA
Art Department
Set Dresser
Sound Department
Re-recording Mixer
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Costume Supervisor
Music Department
Music Mixer / Music Recordist
Score Recording Engineer & Mixer
Music Editor
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