Film, Video THE METEOR MAN

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Title
THE METEOR MAN
Contributor Names
Robert Townsend (director)
Cliff Eidelman (composer)
Cliff Eidelman (music_director_and/or_conductor)
Sharon Heyward, Sharal Churchill (music_supervisor)
Mark McKenzie, William Ross, Randy Miller, Lolita Ritmanis, Patrick Russ (orchestrator)
Created / Published
USA.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Feature film (over 60 minutes).
-  "Them there eyes" by Maceo Pinkard, William Tracey, Doris Tauber, performed by Billie Holiday; "It's on" by Anthony Criss, Vincent Brown, Keir Gist, Donald Byrd, performed by Naughty by Nature; "Is it just too much" by Phil Roy, Roy Hay, performed by Keith Washington, produced by George Duke. (Songs)
-  Nancy Wilson as Mrs Laws. (Personnel on Camera)
-  Recorded on 31st March/1st/2nd/5th/7th April 1993 at Twentieth Century Fox Scoring Stage. Fixer: Ken Watson.
-  Inc: Rick Baptist, George Burnette Dillon, Warren Luening, Malcolm McNab, trumpet; Alan Kaplan, Bill Booth, Jim Sawyer, Phil Teele, trombone; John Reynolds, Jim Atkinson, David Duke, Joe Meyer, Brian O'Connor, Kurt Snyder, Jim Thatcher, French horn; Tommy Johnson, tuba; Louise DiTullio, Steve Kujala, flute; Dominick Fera, Gary Gray, clarinet; Tom Boyd, Earle Dumler, oboe; Michael Lang, Chet Swiatkowski, keyboards; George Doering, guitar; Steve Edelman, Don Ferrone, Sue Ranney, acoustic double bass; Larry Bunker, Dale Aderson, Wade Culbreath, Greg Goodall, Tom Ranier, Steve Schaeffer, drums, percussion. (Soundtrack Personnel)
-  Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
Form
motion picture
Description
motion picture | Feature film (over 60 minutes). "Them there eyes" by Maceo Pinkard, William Tracey, Doris Tauber, performed by Billie Holiday; "It's on" by Anthony Criss, Vincent Brown, Keir Gist, Donald Byrd, performed by Naughty by Nature; "Is it just too much" by Phil Roy, Roy Hay, performed by Keith Washington, produced by George Duke. (Songs). Nancy Wilson as Mrs Laws. (Personnel On Camera). Recorded on 31st March/1st/2nd/5th/7th April 1993 at Twentieth Century Fox Scoring Stage. Fixer: Ken Watson. Inc: Rick Baptist, George Burnette Dillon, Warren Luening, Malcolm McNab, trumpet; Alan Kaplan, Bill Booth, Jim Sawyer, Phil Teele, trombone; John Reynolds, Jim Atkinson, David Duke, Joe Meyer, Brian O'Connor, Kurt Snyder, Jim Thatcher, French horn; Tommy Johnson, tuba; Louise DiTullio, Steve Kujala, flute; Dominick Fera, Gary Gray, clarinet; Tom Boyd, Earle Dumler, oboe; Michael Lang, Chet Swiatkowski, keyboards; George Doering, guitar; Steve Edelman, Don Ferrone, Sue Ranney, acoustic double bass; Larry Bunker, Dale Aderson, Wade Culbreath, Greg Goodall, Tom Ranier, Steve Schaeffer, drums, percussion. (Soundtrack Personnel). Motion Picture (Form).
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Chicago citation style:

Robert Townsend, Cliff Eidelman, Cliff Eidelman, Sharal Churchill Sharon Heyward, and William Ross Mark Mckenzie. THE METEOR MAN. USA, 1993.

APA citation style:

Robert Townsend, Cliff Eidelman, Cliff Eidelman, Sharon Heyward, S. C. & Mark Mckenzie, W. R. (1993) THE METEOR MAN. USA.

MLA citation style:

Robert Townsend, et al. THE METEOR MAN. USA, 1993.