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  • right|thumb|200px|Ben Burtt 12/07/1948 - Jamesville, New York (Estados Unidos)
  • Benjamin "Ben" Burtt, Jr. (July 12, 1948– ) was the sound designer for the four theatrical Indiana Jones films. He also worked on The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles television series writing and directing Young Indiana Jones and the Attack of the Hawkmen. → This article is a stub. You can help us by adding to it. Check out the talk page for hints on what needs to be done.
  • right|300px Ben Burtt wurde am 12. Juli 1948 in Jamesville, New York/USA als Benjamin Burtt Junior geboren. Er ist Cutter, Sound-Designer, Produzent, Drehbuchautor, Regisseur und Special-Effekt-Spezialist.
  • right|300px Ben Burtt wurde am 12. Juli 1948 in Jamesville, New York/USA als Benjamin Burtt Junior geboren. Er ist Cutter, Sound-Designer, Produzent, Drehbuchautor, Regisseur und Special-Effekt-Spezialist.
  • Burtt was born in Jamesville, New York, and earned a college degree in Physics from Allegheny College in Pennsylvania. In 1970, he won the National Student Film Festival for a short war film called Yankee Squadron. Burtt ultimately won a scholarship from the University of Southern California, from which he graduated with a Master's Degree in Film Production in 1975. In July of that year, he joined Lucasfilm and began working on Star Wars. [2]
  • Burtt löysi uudelleen Wilhelm-huutona tunnetun ääniefektin, jota on käytetty jokaisessa Tähtien sota -elokuvassa. Yhteensä ääniefektiä on käytetty 75 elokuvassa.
  • His first work for Pixar was in 1984 on their first short film, The Adventures of André and Wally B.. At the time Burtt was working for Sprocket Systems, the Lucasfilm sound group. He joined Pixar in May, 2005 to create the sounds and robot voices for WALL•E. He is credited as the voice of WALL•E and M-O.
  • Ben Burtt is an American sound designer who has worked on various films including: the "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" film series, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), and WALL-E (2008). He is also a film editor and director, screenwriter, and voice actor. He is most notable for creating many of the iconic sound effects heard in the Star Wars film franchise, including the "voice" of R2-D2, the lightsaber hum, the sound of the blaster guns, and the heavy-breathing sound of Darth Vader.
  • Ben Burtt (b. 1948) is an Academy Award-winning sound designer and editor, best known for his many collaborations with George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. Burtt designed special creature sound effects for The Dark Crystal. Burtt is also noted for popularizing the Wilhelm scream, which he used in most of his projects as an aural trademark.
  • Benjamin Burtt, Jr., né le 12 juillet 1948, simplement appelé Ben Burtt, est un bruiteur et ingénieur du son. En tant que tel, il a travaillé sur "Star Trek (film 2009)". Il a notamment travaillé pour Lucasfilm sur des films comme la saga Starwars, et pour Steven Spielberg {w} pour la série des Indiana Jones ou encore 'E.T.. Au cours de sa carrière, il a été récompensé de pas moins de Academy Awards.
  • Benjamin "Ben" Burtt, Jr. (born July 12, 1948) is an American sound designer, director, film editor, screenwriter and voice actor who is known for creating many of the iconic sound effects heard in the Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Alien and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial films, including the voice of R2-D2, the lightsaber hum and the heavy-breathing sound of Darth Vader, where he also voiced them in the Star Tours attraction in the Disney Parks and its sequel Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
  • Ben Burtt (nacido el 12 de julio 1948) fue el diseñador de sonido de las películas de Star Wars, y otros realizados por Lucasfilm Limited con la filial Skywalker Sound. Sus creaciones más famosas son el sonido del sable de luz, la respiración de Darth Vader y la "voz" de R2-D2. Él ha creado muchas de las lenguas oídas en Star Wars-la mayoría de las cuales están marcados por raíces etimológicas compartidas con Inglés y ha escrito el libro Guía de Viaje Galáctica.
  • Ben Burtt (born July 12, 1948) was the sound designer for the Star Wars films, and others made by Lucasfilm Limited with subsidiary Skywalker Sound. His most famous creations are the sound of the lightsaber, Darth Vader's breathing, and the binary speech of R2-D2. He has created many of the languages heard in Star Wars—most of which are marked by shared etymological roots with English—and has written the Galactic Phrase Book & Travel Guide. Also in 2008, Burtt worked as a sound designer for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek film, which was released on May 8, 2009.
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  • Jamesville, New York, USA
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  • 1948-07-12
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  • Ben Burtt (b. 1948) is an Academy Award-winning sound designer and editor, best known for his many collaborations with George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. Burtt designed special creature sound effects for The Dark Crystal. Burtt has worked on every one of the Star Wars theatrical films, winning a Special Achievement Oscar in 1977 for creating the sounds and "voices" used for the droids (notably R2-D2), aliens, and creatures. He won his first full Oscar for his work on E.T. for Best Sound Effects Editing (receiving screen credit as the titular alien's voice designer) and a second in the same category for Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (having worked on every entry in that franchise as well). Outside of sound design, Burtt scripted several animated spin-offs of Star Wars, including the special The Great Heep and the Droids series. He also directed several IMAX films and documentaries. In 2005, Burtt left Lucasfilm to join Pixar. For the 2008 Pixar feature WALL•E, Burtt designed and mixed all of the robot voices and personally performed the voices of Wall*E and M-O. Burtt is also noted for popularizing the Wilhelm scream, which he used in most of his projects as an aural trademark.
  • Benjamin "Ben" Burtt, Jr. (born July 12, 1948) is an American sound designer, director, film editor, screenwriter and voice actor who is known for creating many of the iconic sound effects heard in the Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Alien and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial films, including the voice of R2-D2, the lightsaber hum and the heavy-breathing sound of Darth Vader, where he also voiced them in the Star Tours attraction in the Disney Parks and its sequel Star Tours: The Adventures Continue. He directed The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: (Chapter 12) Attack of the Hawkmen, and voiced WALL-E and M-O in the 2008 Disney/Pixar film, WALL-E.
  • right|thumb|200px|Ben Burtt 12/07/1948 - Jamesville, New York (Estados Unidos)
  • Benjamin "Ben" Burtt, Jr. (July 12, 1948– ) was the sound designer for the four theatrical Indiana Jones films. He also worked on The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles television series writing and directing Young Indiana Jones and the Attack of the Hawkmen. → This article is a stub. You can help us by adding to it. Check out the talk page for hints on what needs to be done.
  • right|300px Ben Burtt wurde am 12. Juli 1948 in Jamesville, New York/USA als Benjamin Burtt Junior geboren. Er ist Cutter, Sound-Designer, Produzent, Drehbuchautor, Regisseur und Special-Effekt-Spezialist.
  • right|300px Ben Burtt wurde am 12. Juli 1948 in Jamesville, New York/USA als Benjamin Burtt Junior geboren. Er ist Cutter, Sound-Designer, Produzent, Drehbuchautor, Regisseur und Special-Effekt-Spezialist.
  • Burtt was born in Jamesville, New York, and earned a college degree in Physics from Allegheny College in Pennsylvania. In 1970, he won the National Student Film Festival for a short war film called Yankee Squadron. Burtt ultimately won a scholarship from the University of Southern California, from which he graduated with a Master's Degree in Film Production in 1975. In July of that year, he joined Lucasfilm and began working on Star Wars. [2]
  • Benjamin Burtt, Jr., né le 12 juillet 1948, simplement appelé Ben Burtt, est un bruiteur et ingénieur du son. En tant que tel, il a travaillé sur "Star Trek (film 2009)". Il a notamment travaillé pour Lucasfilm sur des films comme la saga Starwars, et pour Steven Spielberg {w} pour la série des Indiana Jones ou encore 'E.T.. Au cours de sa carrière, il a été récompensé de pas moins de Academy Awards. Dans le métier, Ben Burtt est cependant célèbre pour avoir redécouvert le "cri Wilhelm {w}", un effet sonore utilisé dans plus de 200 productions. On peut d'ailleurs l'entendre sur la passerelle de l'USS Kelvin (NCC-0514) dans l'une des premières scènes de "Star Trek (film 2009)". Catégorie:Personnel de production
  • Ben Burtt (born July 12, 1948) was the sound designer for the Star Wars films, and others made by Lucasfilm Limited with subsidiary Skywalker Sound. His most famous creations are the sound of the lightsaber, Darth Vader's breathing, and the binary speech of R2-D2. He has created many of the languages heard in Star Wars—most of which are marked by shared etymological roots with English—and has written the Galactic Phrase Book & Travel Guide. Burtt has a reputation for including a sound effect dubbed the "Wilhelm scream" in many of the movies he's worked on. Taken from a character named Wilhelm in the film The Charge at Feather River, the scream can be heard in Star Wars when a stormtrooper falls into a chasm in the Death Star, and in Raiders of the Lost Ark when a Nazi soldier falls from a moving car. The scream appears in many other movies. Burtt appeared in two of the Star Wars films as an extra. He appeared in Return of the Jedi (as the Imperial officer Colonel Dyer, who yells "Freeze!" before Han Solo throws a toolbox filled with explosive charges, causing him to fall off a catwalk; he utters a Wilhelm scream at that moment) and The Phantom Menace (as Ebenn Q3 Baobab, who appears in the background near the end when Amidala congratulates Palpatine). He also provided the voice for Wat Tambor in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones and Lushros Dofine in Revenge of the Sith. Burtt was also heavily involved in writing the animated series Star Wars: Droids, to which the prequel trilogy makes many references. Ben Burtt appeared at Celebration IV in 2007 for a question-and-answer session. In 2008, Burtt was the sound designer and actor for the titular character in the critically acclaimed WALL•E. Also in 2008, Burtt worked as a sound designer for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek film, which was released on May 8, 2009. Burtt returned as sound designer for 2015's Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens.
  • Burtt löysi uudelleen Wilhelm-huutona tunnetun ääniefektin, jota on käytetty jokaisessa Tähtien sota -elokuvassa. Yhteensä ääniefektiä on käytetty 75 elokuvassa.
  • His first work for Pixar was in 1984 on their first short film, The Adventures of André and Wally B.. At the time Burtt was working for Sprocket Systems, the Lucasfilm sound group. He joined Pixar in May, 2005 to create the sounds and robot voices for WALL•E. He is credited as the voice of WALL•E and M-O.
  • Ben Burtt is an American sound designer who has worked on various films including: the "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" film series, Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978), E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), and WALL-E (2008). He is also a film editor and director, screenwriter, and voice actor. He is most notable for creating many of the iconic sound effects heard in the Star Wars film franchise, including the "voice" of R2-D2, the lightsaber hum, the sound of the blaster guns, and the heavy-breathing sound of Darth Vader.
  • Ben Burtt (nacido el 12 de julio 1948) fue el diseñador de sonido de las películas de Star Wars, y otros realizados por Lucasfilm Limited con la filial Skywalker Sound. Sus creaciones más famosas son el sonido del sable de luz, la respiración de Darth Vader y la "voz" de R2-D2. Él ha creado muchas de las lenguas oídas en Star Wars-la mayoría de las cuales están marcados por raíces etimológicas compartidas con Inglés y ha escrito el libro Guía de Viaje Galáctica. Burtt tiene reputación por la inclusión de un efecto de sonido apodado el "Grito Wilhelm" en muchas de las películas que ha trabajado. Tomado de un personaje llamado "Wilhelm" en la película The Charge at Feather River, el sonido se escucha en Star Wars cuando un soldado de asalto cae en un abismo en la Estrella de la Muerte, y en busca del arca perdida cuando un soldado nazi cae de un coche en movimiento. El grito aparece en muchas otras películas. Burtt apareció en dos de las películas de Star Wars como un extra. Apareció en El Retorno del Jedi (como el oficial Imperial coronel Dyer que grita "Aquí" antes de que Han Solo lanza una caja de herramientas llena de cargas explosivas que le hace caer de una pasarela, que pronuncia un grito Wilhelm en ese momento) y La Amenaza Fantasma (como Ebenn Q3 Baobab, que aparece en el fondo cerca del final cuando Amidala felicita a Palpatine). También prestó su voz para Lushros Dofine en La Venganza de los Sith. Burtt también estuvo muy involucrado en el guión de la serie animada Star Wars: Droids, a la que la trilogía de las precuelas hace muchas referencias. Ben Burtt apareció en la Celebración IV en 2007 para una sesión de preguntas y respuestas. En 2008, Burtt fue el diseñador de sonido y actor para el personaje principal en la aclamada WALL-E. También en 2008, Burtt trabajó como diseñador de sonido para JJ Abrams para la película de Star Trek, que fue estrenada el 8 de mayo de 2009. Lucasfilm anunció el 24 de octubre 2013, que Burtt volverá como diseñador de sonido para la próxima película de Star Wars Episodio VII: El Despertar de la Fuerza.
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