Chuck Workman  

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Chuck Workman is a documentary filmmaker from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, best-known for his film Precious Images (1986).

Workman frequently creates the montages seen on the televised Academy Awards shows, including the in memoriam segment. He is sometimes credited as Carl Workman. He is the father of filmmaker Jeremy Workman.

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A House on a Hill, Collage film, Cuba Crossing, David Castle (musician), In memoriam segment, Jeremy Workman, Magician: The Astonishing Life and Work of Orson Welles, Mark Holton, Michael Kamen, Orson Welles, Precious Images, Robert Miano, Robert Vaughn, Stoogemania, Supercut, The Source (1999 film), Traitors of San Angel

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