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Arthur Lipsett (1936–1986)

Arthur Lipsett was born on May 13, 1936 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He was a director and editor, known for N-Zone (1970), A Trip Down Memory Lane (1965) and Free Fall (1964). He died in 1986 in Montreal. See full bio »

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(age 49) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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N-Zone Director
(1970)
(1965)
Free Fall Director
(1964)
(1961)

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 1972 Strange Codes (Documentary short)
 1970 N-Zone
 1968 Fluxes (Short)
 1965 Animal Altruism (Short documentary)
 1965 Animals and Psychology (Short documentary)
 1965 A Trip Down Memory Lane (Short documentary)
 1965 Fear and Horror (Short documentary)
 1965 Perceptual Learning (Short documentary)
 1965 The Puzzle of Pain (Short documentary)
 1964 21-87 (Documentary short)
 1964 Free Fall (Short)
 1963 Experimental Film (Short documentary)
 1961 Very Nice, Very Nice (Short)
 1960 Hors-d'oeuvre (Short)
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Show Show Cinematographer (4 credits)
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Show Show Sound department (2 credits)
Show Show Writer (1 credit)
Show Show Producer (1 credit)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
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Tributes to 21-87 appear in several places in Star Wars. For example, the holding cell of Princess Leia in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope on the Death Star is cell No. 2187.[4] The reference was continued in the 2015 movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens, with a character named FN-2187. See more »

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