Robert O. Cook


Robert O. Cook

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Robert O. Cook is a film worker. He was born in Manitowoc on 27 September 1903. He is known for 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954), Fun and Fancy Free (1947) and Perri (1957).

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Robert O. Cook

Born 1903-09-27 (120 years ago) in Manitowoc.

Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
Academy Award for Best Technical Achievement 19th Academy Awards 1946
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing (Mary Poppins) 37th Academy Awards 1964 Mary Poppins
Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing (Bon Voyage!) 35th Academy Awards 1962 Bon Voyage!
Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing (The Parent Trap) 34th Academy Awards 1961 Föräldrafällan

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Robert O. Cook

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Robert O. Cook was an American sound engineer. He was nominated for three Academy Awards in the category Sound Recording. He worked on nearly 100 films between 1946 and 1977.

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