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Steve Gaines (I) (1949–1977)

Steve Gaines was born on September 14, 1949 in Miami, Oklahoma, USA as Steve Earl Gaines. He is known for his work on A Way Back In (2010), Locked In! (1964) and Surfari (1967). He was married to Teresa Gaines. He died on October 20, 1977 in Gillsburg, Mississippi, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

A Way Back In
A Way Back In Bard Osterman
(2010)
Locked In!
Locked In! Himself
(1964)
Surfari
Surfari Himself
(1967)
Mondo Mod
Mondo Mod Himself
(1967)

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 2010 A Way Back In (Short)
Bard Osterman
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 2010 A Way Back In (Short) (camera operator)
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 2010 A Way Back In (Short) (sound mixer)
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 1998 King of the Hill (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- And They Call It Bobby Love (1998) ... (writer: "I Know a Little")
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 1967 Surfari (Documentary)
Himself
 1967 Mondo Mod (Documentary)
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 1964 Locked In! (Documentary)
Himself
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 1997 Behind the Music (TV Series documentary)
Himself
- Lynyrd Skynyrd (1997) ... Himself
 1996 Freebird... The Movie (Documentary)
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Steve and wife Teresa had one daughter, Corrina. See more »

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