Norman Reynolds

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Norman Reynolds
Born (1934-03-26) March 26, 1934 (age 86)
Willesden, London, England
OccupationProduction designer
Years active1962-1999

Norman (Norm) [1] Reynolds (born 26 March 1934 in Willesden, London, England) [2] is a British production designer and film director, best known for his work on the original Star Wars trilogy and Raiders of the Lost Ark .

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He directed two episodes of the Emmy Award winning Amazing Stories TV series, "The Pumpkin Competition" and "Gather Ye Acorns". He was a second unit director for Alive and The Exorcist III .

Awards

Won

Nominated

Selected filmography

As art director

As production designer

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References

  1. "Star Wars: The man who designed the films' 'look'". BBC News. 2016-01-10. Retrieved 2020-11-08.
  2. Norman Reynolds: Visualizing Victorian England", Starlog #104, February 1986, pp 29-31.
  3. "The 60th Academy Awards (1988) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 2011-07-31.