Tom E. Dahl

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Tom E. Dahl
Occupation Sound engineer
Years active1977 present

Tom E. Dahl is an American sound engineer. He was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Best Sound for the film The Witches of Eastwick . [1] He has worked on more than 160 films since 1977.


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