Walter E. Sear
Known For: Sound · Birthday: 1930-04-27 · Deathday: 2010-04-29 (80 years old) · Gender: Male · Place of Birth: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
13 Movies · 1 TV show
Also Known As: Walt Sears · Walter Edmond Sear · Curtis Cockalot · Yogi Barass · Walter Dear · Wally Edmonds · Harold Hindgrind · Walter Sear
Walter Edmond Sear (27 April 1930 – 29 April 2010) was an American recording engineer, musician, instrument importer and designer, inventor, composer and film producer. He was considered a pioneer in the use of the synthesizer and an expert on vintage recording equipment. Sear ran the Sear Sound recording studio (in Hell's Kitchen ); known for its vast collection of vintage analog recording equipment and patronized by artists including Steely Dan, Sonic Youth, David Bowie, Wynton Marsalis, Paul McCartney and Patti Smith.
Movies & TV shows
In 1974, a little boy tried to get a little girl to get naked for him, but she refused and called him a pervert. He ends up at a brothel where hookers and their johns roam around inside the bedrooms. ...
Cherry Hill High
Five recent graduates of an all-girl high school attempt to lose their virginity during a two-week bicycle trip with their seemingly repressed teacher. The girls hold a contest to see who can lose the...
Year of the Woman
Utitlising humour, fantasy, animation, poetry and theatrics, Hochman and her crew challenge the male establishment for ignoring the first meeting of the National Women's Political Caucus and Shirley C...
The House That Cried Murder
Barbara finds her husband in bed with Eva. Robin doesn't get angry. The bride used her father's money to turn the couple's love nest into a dungeon of horror.
An unnamed man, simply called "The Man" (Richard Schaal) is trapped in a cubical white room where anyone else can enter and leave, but which he himself apparently cannot leave. A stool is brought in c...
1 TV show
NBC Experiment in Television
This hour-long anthology series showcased different actors, stories and creative talent each week, an attempt by NBC to emulate the success of the CBS hit The Twilight Zone.