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Battleship Art Department
R.I.P.D. Special Effects
Furious 7
Furious 7 Special Effects
Fast Five
Fast Five Special Effects


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 2015 The Last Witch Hunter (special effects technician)
 2015 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Season 15: All Dolled Up (Short) (special effects technician)
 2015 Furious 7 (special effects technician)
 2014 Interstellar (pyrotechnician: New Deal Studios - uncredited)
 2013 2 Guns (special effects technician - as John Bethke)
 2013 R.I.P.D. (special effects technician)
 2011 Fast Five (special effects technician)
 2010 How Do You Know (special effects technician - uncredited)
 2009 Fast & Furious (special effects technician)
 2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (special effects pre-rigger) / (special effects technician)
 2005 Herbie Fully Loaded (special effects)
 2003 2 Fast 2 Furious (special effects technician)
 2002 The Time Machine (special effects crew - uncredited)
 2000 How the Grinch Stole Christmas (prop shop - uncredited)
 1999 Anna and the King (propmaker - uncredited)
 1998 Lethal Weapon 4 (special effects)
 1997 Speed 2: Cruise Control (special effects - as Jon F. Bethke)
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 2012 Battleship (prop shop electrician: Baton Rouge)

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John Bethke | Jon F. Bethke

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