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The Man Who Fell to Earth  (1987)

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  |  Color  |  100 Minutes
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The tv movie The Man Who Fell to Earth, released in 1987 and directed by Bobby Roth with Frederick Moore as cinematographer and editing by John Carnochan, Gail Yasunaga.
Directed by | Bobby Roth
Cinematography by | Frederick Moore
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Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Action, Romance, Sci-Fi

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John Dory
Felix Hawthorne
Agent Richard Morse
Vernon Gage
Billy Milton
Record Clerk
Video Clerk
Pointed-Headed Lady
Alien Guitarist
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Theatrical Photoplay Screenplay
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Production Management
Unit Production Manager: New York
Unit Production Manager
Executive In Charge Of Production
Post-production Supervisor
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director
Second Second Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Chief Lighting Technician
Key Grip
Camera Operator
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Assistant Editor
Post-production Coordinator
Assistant Editor
Special Effects Department
Special Effects
Special Mechanical Effects Assistant
Art Department
Property Master
Property Master
Sound Department
Sound Mixer
Sound Supervisor
Re-recording Mixer
Re-recording Mixer
Sound Supervisor
Re-recording Mixer
Supervising Sound Editor
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Hair Stylist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Music Department
Music Supervisor
Music Editor
Stunt Department
Stunt Coordinator
Stunt Double
Transportation Department
Transportation Coordinator
Additional Crew Members
Production Coordinator
Script Supervisor
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