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Bob Dietz (I)

Bob Dietz is known for his work on Count Yorga, Vampire (1970), Without Warning (1980) and The Toolbox Murders (1978). See full bio »

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Known For

Count Yorga, Vampire
Count Yorga, Vampire Sound Department
(1970)
Without Warning
Without Warning Sound Department
(1980)
The Toolbox Murders
The Toolbox Murders Sound Department
(1978)
The Return
The Return Sound Department
(1982)

Filmography

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 1982 Trick or Treats (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1982 The Return (sound recordist)
 1980 Without Warning (production sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1979 The Swap (sound mixer: additional scenes)
 1979 Racquet (sound: second unit)
 1979 The Dark (sound mixer - as Robert Dietz)
 1979 Angels' Brigade (sound mixer - as Robert Dietz)
 1978 Nurse Sherri (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1978 Death Dimension (sound)
 1978 Sunset Cove (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1978 Hi-Riders (sound mixer - as Robert Dietz)
 1978 The Toolbox Murders (sound mixer - as Robert Dietz)
 1978 Doctor Dracula (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1977 Satan's Cheerleaders (sound mixer - as Robert Dietz)
 1977 Cinderella 2000 (sound)
 1976 Eaten Alive (production sound mixer)
 1976 A Whale of a Tale (sound recordist)
 1976 Black Heat (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1976 Black Shampoo (sound mixer)
 1975 Psychic Killer (production sound mixer - as Robert Dietz)
 1975 Blazing Stewardesses (sound recordist - as Robert Dietz)
 1975 Jessi's Girls (sound recordist - as Robert Dietz)
 1975 Delinquent School Girls (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1974 Girls for Rent (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1974 Dynamite Brothers (sound)
 1973 Tom (sound mixer - as Robert Dietz)
 1972 Angels' Wild Women (production sound)
 1972 Doomsday Voyage (sound)
 1971 Below the Belt (sound mixer - as Robert Dietz)
 1971 Dracula vs. Frankenstein (production sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1971 The Female Bunch (sound recordist)
 1971 Brain of Blood (production sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1970 The Red, White, and Black (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1970 Imago (sound)
 1970 Bigfoot (sound)
 1970 Count Yorga, Vampire (sound recordist - as Robert Dietz)
 1970 Sandra: The Making of a Woman (sound recordist)
 1970 The Rebel Rousers (sound - as Robert Deitz)
 1970 Horror of the Blood Monsters (sound recordist)
 1970 Diamond Stud (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1970 Country Cuzzins (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1970 Hell's Bloody Devils (sound recordist)
 1969 Five Bloody Graves (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1969 Satan's Sadists (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1969 The Fabulous Bastard from Chicago (sound mixer - as Robert Dietz)
 1969 Wild Wheels (sound mixer)
 1969 Nightmare in Wax (sound supervisor - as Robert Dietz)
 1968 The Road Hustlers (sound mixer)
 1968 The Log of Apollo 7 (TV Movie documentary) (sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1967 Psycho à Go-Go (production sound - as Robert Dietz)
 1967 Mondo Mod (Documentary) (sound recordist)
 1965 Run Home, Slow (boom operator)
 1965 Deadwood '76 (sound recordist - as Robert Dietz)
 1964 The Nasty Rabbit (sound)
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