Tommy Lee Wallace

Tommy Wallace
Thomas "Tommy" Lee Wallace (born October 8, 1949) is an American film producer, director, editor, and screenwriter.wikipedia
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Halloween III: Season of the Witch

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He is best known for his work in the horror genre, directing films such as Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Fright Night Part 2 and the 1990 mini-series, It.
It is the first film to be written and directed by Tommy Lee Wallace.

It (miniseries)

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He is best known for his work in the horror genre, directing films such as Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Fright Night Part 2 and the 1990 mini-series, It. Notable work includes writing the screenplay for 1982's Amityville II: The Possession; co-writing and directing 1988's Fright Night Part 2 starring Roddy McDowell; and adapting and directing 1990's made-for-television miniseries, It, based on the novel by Stephen King.
It (also known as Stephen King's It) is a 1990 American ABC two-part psychological horror drama miniseries directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and adapted by Lawrence D. Cohen from Stephen King's 1986 novel of the same name.

Fright Night Part 2

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He is best known for his work in the horror genre, directing films such as Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Fright Night Part 2 and the 1990 mini-series, It. Notable work includes writing the screenplay for 1982's Amityville II: The Possession; co-writing and directing 1988's Fright Night Part 2 starring Roddy McDowell; and adapting and directing 1990's made-for-television miniseries, It, based on the novel by Stephen King.
Fright Night Part 2 is a 1988 American horror film directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and starring William Ragsdale, Roddy McDowall, Traci Lind, and Julie Carmen.

Halloween (1978 film)

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Along with Charles Bornstein, he edited both the original Halloween and The Fog.
Carpenter hired Tommy Lee Wallace as production designer, art director, location scout and co-editor.

Michael Myers (Halloween)

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In addition to his behind-the-scenes duties for these last two films, Wallace also appeared in front of the camera: intermittently as The Shape (the masked Michael Myers in the closet scene) in Halloween, and in The Fog as several different ghosts; his voice was also featured in both films as TV/radio announcers.
In the original Halloween, the adult Michael Myers, referred to as The Shape in the closing credits, was portrayed by Nick Castle for most of the film, with Tony Moran and Tommy Lee Wallace substituting in the final scenes.

Amityville II: The Possession

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Notable work includes writing the screenplay for 1982's Amityville II: The Possession; co-writing and directing 1988's Fright Night Part 2 starring Roddy McDowell; and adapting and directing 1990's made-for-television miniseries, It, based on the novel by Stephen King.
The screenplay by Tommy Lee Wallace is based on the novel Murder in Amityville by the parapsychologist Hans Holzer.

Assault on Precinct 13 (1976 film)

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In 1976, he worked as sound effects editor and art director on Carpenter's second film, Assault on Precinct 13.
Behind the scenes, Carpenter worked with cinematographer Douglas Knapp (a fellow USC student), art director Tommy Lee Wallace, sound mixer Bill Varney and property master Craig Stearns.

Halloween II (1981 film)

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For Halloween II, John Carpenter (who was producing) initially offered directorial responsibilities to Wallace.
Tommy Lee Wallace, who served on the crew of the original film, stated that "no one was all that excited" over the prospect of a sequel, but producer Irwin Yablans was eager to make a second film.

The Fog

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Along with Charles Bornstein, he edited both the original Halloween and The Fog.

The Spree

At the height of television films popularity in the 1990s, Wallace directed several notable films, including an adaptation of the Vincent Bugliosi novel, And the Sea Will Tell (1991), The Comrades of Summer (1992), Steel Chariots (1997), and The Spree (1998).
The Spree is a 1998 American television film directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and starring Jennifer Beals, Powers Boothe and Rita Moreno.

The Comrades of Summer

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At the height of television films popularity in the 1990s, Wallace directed several notable films, including an adaptation of the Vincent Bugliosi novel, And the Sea Will Tell (1991), The Comrades of Summer (1992), Steel Chariots (1997), and The Spree (1998).
It was directed by Tommy Lee Wallace, written by Robert Rodat and aired on HBO on July 11, 1992.

Somerset, Kentucky

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Born Thomas Lee Wallace in Somerset, Kentucky to Robert G. and Kathleen Wallace, he has one older sister, Linda.

Aloha Summer

Aloha Summer is a 1988 American comedy-drama film directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and starring Chris Makepeace, Yuji Okumoto, Tia Carrere and Don Michael Paul.

Green Dolphin Beat

Green Dolphin Beat is a 1991 American TV movie directed by Tommy Lee Wallace.

Witness to the Execution

Witness to the Execution is a 1994 American made-for-television drama film directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and starring Tim Daly and Sean Young.

Once You Meet a Stranger

Once You Meet a Stranger is a 1996 American made-for-television thriller film directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1951 classic film Strangers on a Train.

Nick Castle

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In 1986, he performed the title song of Carpenter's film Big Trouble in Little China as part of the band The Coup de Villes, alongside Carpenter and another friend, Nick Castle.
Castle's subsequent collaborations with Carpenter included his name being used as one of the main characters' names in The Fog, co-writing the script of Escape From New York, and performing the title song of Big Trouble in Little China as part of the band The Coup De Villes, alongside Carpenter and another friend, Tommy Lee Wallace.

Saturn Award for Best Special Effects

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El Diablo (1990 film)

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El Diablo is a 1990 comedy / Western film directed by Peter Markle, starring Anthony Edwards and Louis Gossett, Jr. It was co-written by Tommy Lee Wallace and John Carpenter, Carpenter also served as the film executive producer.

Steel Chariots

At the height of television films popularity in the 1990s, Wallace directed several notable films, including an adaptation of the Vincent Bugliosi novel, And the Sea Will Tell (1991), The Comrades of Summer (1992), Steel Chariots (1997), and The Spree (1998).

And the Sea Will Tell

At the height of television films popularity in the 1990s, Wallace directed several notable films, including an adaptation of the Vincent Bugliosi novel, And the Sea Will Tell (1991), The Comrades of Summer (1992), Steel Chariots (1997), and The Spree (1998).
The book was adapted into the 1991 television film And the Sea Will Tell, directed by Tommy Lee Wallace which aired on CBS As a 4-hour film (Part 1 aired on February 24, and Part 2 was aired 2 days later on the 26th that month.)

The Ninja (novel)

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Carpenter co-wrote a second draft with Tommy Lee Wallace in 1983, but it turned out not filmable.

Nancy Kyes

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Wallace is divorced from actress Nancy Kyes, with whom he has two children.
Kyes was married to producer, screenwriter and director Tommy Lee Wallace, with whom she has two children.