George Gaines (set decorator)

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George Gaines
Born(1933-06-06)June 6, 1933
DiedMay 13, 1986(1986-05-13) (aged 52)
Occupation Set decorator
Years active1964-1986

George Gaines (June 6, 1933 May 13, 1986) was an American set decorator. He worked on films such as American Gigolo and The Big Chill. He won two Academy Awards and was nominated for another two in the category Best Art Direction.

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Gaines won two Academy Awards for Best Art Direction and was nominated for two more:

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