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The Omega Man  (1971)

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The movie The Omega Man, released in 1971 and directed by Boris Sagal with Russell Metty as cinematographer and editing by William H. Ziegler.
Directed by | Boris Sagal
Cinematography by | Russell Metty
Cameras
Sound Systems
Mono
Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller

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Finishing System
 
Cast
Little Girl
Woman In Cemetery Crypt
Family Member
Family Member
Family Member
Family Member
Family Member
Directed by
Director
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography
Edited by
Produced by
Original Music by
Composer
Art Direction by
Art Director
Art Director
Set Decoration by
Set Decorator
Casting by
Casting Director
Production Management
Unit Production Manager
Production Supervisor
Assistant Production Supervisor
Assistant Production Supervisor
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Apprentice Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Still Photographer
Still Photographer
Camera Operator
Assistant Camera
Second Grip
Fourth Grip
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Special Effects Department
Special Effects
Art Department
Set Dresser
Assistant Property Master
Prop Master
Leadman
Sound Department
Cableman
Boom Operator
Makeup Department
Makeup Supervisor
Supervising Hair Stylist
Makeup Artist
Hairdresser
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Costumer
Costumer
Music Department
Musician: Guitar
Musician: Vibes
Musician: Organ
Conductor / Orchestrator
Musician: Percussion
Musician: Saxophone
Musician: Bass
Musician: Viola
Musician: Piano
Score Mixer
Stunt Department
Transportation Department
Transportation Captain
Additional Crew Members
Production Assistant
Assistant To Producer
Unit Publicist
Special Equipment
Script Supervisor
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