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Hugo Award For Best Dramatic Presentation - Winners and Nominees - Best Dramatic Presentation
... screenplay), Curt Siodmak (original novel) Universal Studios No Blade of Grass Cornel Wilde (director), Sean Forestal (screenplay), Jefferson Pascal (screenplay), John Christopher (original novel) Theodora/M ... Howard Ziehm (director) Graffiti Productions Phantom of the Paradise Brian De Palma (director, screenplay) Harbor/20th Century Fox Questor Tapes !The Questor Tapes Richard A ... Capture Phil Foglio Phil Foglio 19771 !1977 (no award)+ Carrie Brian De Palma (director), Lawrence D ...
Kurt Rosenwinkel - Discography - Sideman
... Animation - Imagination 1999 - Jill Seifers - The Waiting 1999 - Brian Blade Fellowship - Perceptual 2000 - Noah Becker - Where We Are 2000 - Wax Poetic - Wax Poetic 2000 - Danilo PĂ©rez ... Rebecca Martin - The Growing Season 2008 - Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band - Season of Changes 2008 - Jakob Bro - The Stars are All New Songs Vol.1 2008 - Q-Tip ...

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