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Raiders of the Lost Ark
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 1993 A Far Off Place (construction manager)
 1992 Alien³ (construction manager)
 1990 Memphis Belle (construction manager)
 1989 A Dry White Season (construction manager)
 1987 Empire of the Sun (supervising construction manager)
 1987 Cry Freedom (construction manager)
 1985 Young Sherlock Holmes (construction manager - as William Welch)
 1985 Return to Oz (construction manager)
 1984 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (construction manager)
 1983 Never Say Never Again (construction manager)
 1983 Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (construction manager)
 1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark (construction manager)
 1980 Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (construction manager)
 1979 Alien (construction manager)
 1978 Midnight Express (construction manager)
 1977 Golden Rendezvous (construction manager)
 1977 Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (construction manager - uncredited)
 1976 The Incredible Sarah (construction manager)
 1975 Lucky Lady (construction manager)
 1974 Phase IV (construction manager)
 1973 Ghost in the Noonday Sun (construction manager)
 1971 A Clockwork Orange (construction manager)

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