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Sound editors shout Golden Reel noms

Awards on sked for March 20

Motion Picture Sound Editors has announced the final nominees for its 46th anniversary Golden Reel Awards, which recognize excellence in sound editing in 16 motion picture, television, video and student film categories.

The winners will be announced at the MPSE Golden Reel Awards Banquet on March 20 at the Century Plaza Hotel.

The nominees are:

Best sound editing in episodic television, effects and foley: “ER,” “Fantasy Island,” “Hercules — The Legendary Journeys,” “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids,” “JAG,” “Millennium,” “The Pretender,” “Profiler,” “Soldier of Fortune, Inc.” and “Xena — Warrior Princess.”

Sound editing in episodic television, dialogue and ADR: “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “ER,” “Gene Roddenberry’s Earth — Final Conflict,” “Hercules — The Legendary Journeys,” “Nash Bridges,” “Xena — Warrior Princess” and “The X-Files.”

Music editing in episodic television: “Ally McBeal,” “Brimstone,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “The Drew Carey Show,” “Fame LA,” “Hercules — The Legendary Journeys,” “Xena — Warrior Princess” and “The X-Files.”

Sound editing in television movie of the week, effects and foley: “American Tempest,” “Blade Squad,” “Glory and Honor,” “Houdini,” “The Informant,” “My Own Country,” “The Planet of Junior Brown,” “Thanks of a Grateful Nation” and “When Trumpets Fade.”

Sound editing in television movie of the week, dialogue and ADR: “Always Outnumbered,” “Escape — Human Cargo,” “The Fixer,” “Max Q — Emergency Landing,” “My Own Country,” “The Planet of Junior Brown,” “A Soldier’s Sweetheart” and “When Trumpets Fade.”

Music editing in a television movie of the week: “The Christmas Week,” “The Informant,” “My Own Country,” “The Planet of Junior Brown,” “The Rat Pack,” “Saint Maybe,” “Thanks of a Grateful Nation” and “The Wall.”

Sound editing in a television mini-series, effects and foley: “From the Earth to the Moon,” “Hornblower,” “Peter Benchley’s Creature” and “The Temptations.”

Sound editing in a television mini-series, dialogue and ADR: “From the Earth to the Moon,” “Mama Flora’s Family,” “Peter Benchley’s Creature,” “The Temptations” and “A Will of Their Own.”

Music editing in a television miniseries: “Mama Flora’s Family,” “The Temptations,” “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” and “A Will of Their Own.”

Sound editing, television animation: “Cow and Chicken,” “Invasion America,” “Men in Black,” “Oh Yeah ‘Fat Head,’ ” “Oh Yeah ‘F Tales,’ ” “Robocop,” “Spawn” and “Voltron — The Third Dimension.”

Music editing, television animation: “Action League Now/Kablam,” “Cow and Chicken,” “Hercules ‘Twilight of the Gods,’ ” “Hey Arnold,” “Invasion America,” “The Simpsons,” “Toonsylvania ‘Doom With a View’ ” and “Toonsylvania ‘My Fair Monster.’ ”

Sound editing, direct to video: “Adventures in Odyssey — A Stranger Among Us,” “Batman — Sub Zero,” “Belle’s Magical World,” “Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars,” “Dennis the Menace Strikes Again,” “Scooby Doo on Zombie Island” and “Young Hercules.”

Music editing in a feature film: “American History X,” “Armageddon,” “Bulworth,” “The Butcher Boy,” “The Horse Whisperer,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “The Thin Red Line” and “Waking Ned Divine.”

Music editing in a musical feature film: “Blues Brothers 2000,” “Dance With Me,” “Hilary and Jackie,” “Little Voice,” “Still Crazy,” “Tango,” “Velvet Goldmine” and “The Wedding Singer.”

Music editing in an animated feature film: “Antz,” “A Bug’s Life,” “Mulan” and “Prince of Egypt.”

Verna Fields Award for best sound editing in a student film: “The Church of High Weirdness” (National Film and Television School, Great Britain); “Preoccupied” (Australian Film, TV and Radio School); “Sway” (USC); and “Who Killed Roland Mosh?” (Australian Film, TV and Radio School).

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