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‘Ryan’ nabs Golden Reel

'ER' also makes noise with Sound Editors nods

“Saving Private Ryan” and “ER” were among the films and television shows that sounded sweetest to the Motion Picture Sound Editors. Both bagged multiple nods at MPSE’s Golden Reel Awards Saturday night at the Century Plaza Hotel.

In almost perfect unison, the “Ryan” editing team said, “Thank you, Spielberg, for using sound to tell a story. We’re honored for the opportunity to work on the film.”

The NBC mini “The Temptations” won two golden reels for music and dialogue.

The complete list of winners are as follows:

Feature Film; Sound Effects and Foley: “Saving Private Ryan,” supervising sound editor Richard Hymns; supervising sound editor and sound designer Gary R. Rydstrom; supervising foley editor Sandina Bailo-Lape; sound effects editors Ethan Van der Ryn, Teresa Eckton, Frank Eulner Karen Wilson, Larry Oatfield; foley editor Bruce Lacey.

Feature Film; Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement: “Saving Private Ryan,” supervising sound editors Richard Hymns, Gary R. Rydstrom; supervising dialogue editor Gwendolyn Yates Whittle; supervising ADR editor Larry Singer; dialogue editors Ewa Sztompke Oatfield, Sara Bolder; ADR editors Denise Whiting, Thomas Whiting.

Feature Film; Music: “The Butcher Boy,” music and scoring editor Michael Connell.

Television Series; Sound Effects and Foley: “ER: Exodus,” supervising sound editor Walter Newman; sound editors Darren Wright, Rick Camara.

Television Series; Dialogue and Automated Replacement: “ER: Exodus,” supervising sound editor Walter Newman; supervising dialogue editor Darleen Stoker Kageyama; supervising ADR editor Thomas Harris; ADR and dialogue editor Catherine Flynn Morris.

Television Series; Music: “The Drew Carey Show: Drew’s Dance Party Special,” music editor Merelyn Davis.

Foreign Feature Film: “The Borrowers,” supervising sound editor Peter Joly; sound effects editor Adrian Rhodes; ADR editor William Trent; dialogue editor Danny Longhurst; foley editor Ian Wilson.

Television Movies of the Week, Pilots and Specials; Sound Effects and Foley: “The Planet of Junior Brown,” supervising sound editor Michael Baskerville; supervising foley editor Steve Hammond; sound effects editors Scott Thiessen, Douglas Hubert; foley editors Paul Edwards, John Bracco.

Television Movies of the Week, Pilots and Specials; Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement: “A Soldier’s Sweetheart,” supervising sound editors William H. Angarola, Rick Hinson; supervising dialogue and ADR editor William H. Angarola; dialogue and ADR editors Robert W. Guastini, Anna MacKenzie, Raymond E. Spiess Jr., Raymond E. Spiess III, Jason Lezama.

Television Movies of the Week, Pilots and Specials; Music: “The Rat Pack,” music and scoring editor Joanie Diener.

Verna Fields Award in Sound Editing for Student Filmmakers: in a two-way tie, Stuart Thompson, “The Church of High Weirdness”; Luke Dunn Grelmudo, “Preoccupied.”

Animated Feature Film; Sound: “A Bug’s Life,” supervising sound editor and sound designer Gary R. Rydstrom; supervising sound editor John Timothy Holland; sound effects editor Pat Jackson; ADR editor Michael Silvers; foley editors Mary Helen Leasman, Marian Wilde.

Animated Feature Film, Music: “Antz,” supervising music editor Adam M. Smalley; music and scoring editor Brian Richards.

Animated Television, Sound: “Todd McFarlane’s Spawn: Send in the Kkklowns,” supervising sound editor Deborah Adair; sound editors Sean Garnhart, Craig Berkey.

Animated Television, Music: “Toonsylvania: Doom with a View, Dead Dog Day Afternoon,” music editors Jay Duerr, Terry Reiff, Lisle Leete, Gary Falcone; scoring editor Lisle Leete.

Television Mini-Series, Sound Effects and Foley: “Peter Benchley’s Creature,” supervising sound editors William Angarola, Rick Hinson; supervising foley editor Cindy L. Rabideau; sound effects editors Steve Bissinger, Mark Clearly; foley editors Mike Marchain, Raymond Spiess Jr.

Television Mini-Series, Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement: “The Temptations: Night One,” supervising sound and dialogue editors G. Michael Graham, Mark Friedgen; supervising ADR editors Kristi Johns, Suzanne Angel; ADR and dialogue editors Anton Holden, Scot Tinsley, Michael Lyle, Mark La Pointe, Timothy Terusa, Mark Friedgen.

Television Mini-Series, Music: “The Temptations: Night One,” music editor Kevin Crehan; music and scoring editor Thomas Villano.

Musical Feature Film: “Hilary and Jackie,” music editor Bob Hathaway.

Special Venue Film: “T-Rex — Back to the Cretaceous,” supervising sound editor Judee Flick; ADR editor Jeffrey Kaplan; sound effects editors Stephen H. Flick; Dean Beville; William Jacobs; foley editor Dana Gustafson.

Television Direct to Video: “Young Hercules,” supervising sound editor Matthew T. Waters; supervising ADR editor Tim Boggs; sound effects editors George Haddad, Lisle Engle, Kelly Vandever, Dorian Cheah, Michael Mullane; dialogue editors Louis Creveling, Jason George, Danielle Ghent, Robert C. Jackson; foley editor Troy Suraci.

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