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Who is Alan Splet?
Alan Splet was a sound designer and sound editor. In 1979, he won an Oscar for his work on the film The Black Stallion. He did not attend the Academy Award ceremony, and became the butt of a series of jokes by Johnny Carson. He was also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound for Never Cry Wolf.
- also known as Alan R. Splet; Splet, Alan R.
- born on (76 years ago) in United States of America
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Sound editor, sound designer
- member of musical group David Lynch & Alan R. Splet
- Marriage with Ann Kroeber between and (13 years and 6 months)
- died on (21 years ago) in Berkeley
- album: "Eraserhead"
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Encyclopedia of Sports Films (2010)
by K Edgington, Thomas Erskine, James M. Welsh
ACADEMY AWARD: Special Achievement Award, Sound (Alan Splet). NOMINATIONS: Best Supporting Actor (Rooney), Best Editing. DVD: MGM. Based on a 1961 novel by Walter Farley, The Black Stallion is about the relationship between a ...
An Encyclopedia by Philip C. DiMare
Featuring the work of two frequent Lynch collaborators—the crisp black-and- white photography of Frederick Elmes and the aural constructions of soundman Alan Splet—the film eventually became a succe`s de scandale. In an odd embrace by ...
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