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Christine M. Loss

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Flatliners
Flatliners Camera and Electrical Department
(1990)
Batman & Robin
Batman & Robin Camera and Electrical Department
(1997)
Falling Down
Falling Down Camera and Electrical Department
(1993)
Phone Booth
Phone Booth Camera and Electrical Department
(2002)

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 1976 Joshua (script supervisor - as Christine Loss)
 1974-1976 Movin' On (TV Series) (script supervisor - 38 episodes)
- Sing It Again, Sonny (1976) ... (script supervisor - as Christine Loss)
- Full Fathom Five (1976) ... (script supervisor - as Christine Loss)
- No More Sad Songs (1976) ... (script supervisor - as Christine Loss)
- A Home Is Not a House (1976) ... (script supervisor - as Christine Loss)
- Living It Up! (1976) ... (script supervisor - as Christine Loss)
 1974 Three the Hard Way (script supervisor - as Christine Myrle Loss)
 1973 Dillinger (production secretary - as Christine Loss Minsky)
 1972 Wacky Taxi (continuity - as Christine Loss)
 1972 Stanley (script supervisor - as Christine Minsky)
 1972 Frogs (production secretary - as Christine Minsky)
 1971 Chrome and Hot Leather (continuity - as Chris Loss)
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Alternate Names:

Christine Loos | Christine Myrle Loss | Christine Loss | Chris Loss | Christine Loss Minsky | Christine Minsky

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