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->''"I don't do special effects. I do characters. I do creatures."''

In the summer of 1983, independent young filmmaker JamesCameron was confronted with the problem of convincingly turning an unknown Austrian bodybuilder called Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger into a killer metal skeleton peeling with rotting flesh from the future called [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} the Terminator]].

Just when it seemed that James and Arnold were doomed to an embarrassment made out of an idea that no studio in Hollywood would touch, a makeup artist who gave Chewbacca's father Itchy his face in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'' and astoundingly refused to work on ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'', walked through the door.

His name was Stan Winston.

Stan took one look at James Cameron's pencil sketches, and wrapped the bodybuilder's face in liquid plaster. Out of the impression left by the massive Austrian's face, he meticulously carved a nightmarish visage of mechanical death out of clay.

In the fall of 1984, Sarah Connor, Kyle Reese, and thousands of film audiences [[NightmareFuel watched in stunned horror as that same visage of death, now rendered in steel, walked fleshless out of a roaring inferno]]. The rest is history.

For the last twenty years, Mr. StanWinston held the honor of being the single most respected makeup artist and puppeteer in the film-making industry. When in doubt, he was the go-to guy if you needed the most horrifyingly realistic movie monsters. Aside from helping to get the career of JamesCameron off the ground, he was also a veteran collaborator with cinematic luminaries such as Creator/StevenSpielberg, TimBurton, Creator/MichaelBay, and even a music video or two (working with the late Music/MichaelJackson for instance).

More than just a monster-puppeteer, Mr. Winston was also a virtuoso in the art of makeup, capable of making chameleons out of actors playing characters wildly different in appearance, or recreate heartbreakingly accurate injuries of the most horrific battles in human history. He went on with JamesCameron to create the visual effects company known as DigitalDomain.

First and foremost, StanWinston considered himself a storyteller, with his creations as characters and actors, rather than props. In 2001 he was honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. By the time he lost his battle to cancer on June 15th, 2008, he had 4 Academy Awards, 2 Emmys and 15 other awards under his belt. His workshop has since been reformed as [[http://www.legacyefx.com/index.html Legacy Effects]] and largely stick to commercial work; but have been involved in several films and shows, such as ''Film/IronMan2'', ''Film/TheMuppets'', ''Film/RealSteel'', ''Film/DinnerForSchmucks'', ''Film/CowboysAndAliens'', ''GreysAnatomy'', ''PairOfKings'', ''{{Endhiran}}'', ''Film/{{Thor}}'' and even ''Film/TheAvengers'' to name a few.

At his funeral, lifelong-friend Governor Schwarzenegger reverently thanked Mr. Winston, proclaiming that he would not have had the career that made him who he is without him. This appreciation is shared by Creator/SigourneyWeaver, JamesCameron, TimBurton, Creator/StevenSpielberg and the scores of mourning filmmakers who attended that day.

Have fun up there, Mr. Winston. Your glory will be remembered by filmgoers for generations to come.

'''A List of Films Involving Mr. StanWinston''': (under construction)
* ''The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman'': He and Rick Baker convincingly aged Cicely Tyson up through to age 110.
* ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'': Yes, even the greats [[OldShame have to start somewhere]].
* ''TheWiz'': He did the makeup and costumes for all the characters, but most notably Michael Jackson's Scarecrow and Nipsey Russell's Tin Man.
* ''Film/DeadAndBuried''
* ''Heartbeeps'': The robot makeup he created for Creator/AndyKaufman and Bernadette Peters got him his first Oscar nomination, even though the movie bombed.
* ''Film/TheThing1982'': While Rob Bottin is the man credited with most of the films horrifying effects, the first transformation seen the the film, the transformation of the "dog thing", was done by Stan Winston, as Bottin was suffering exhaustion from his work schedule at the time. In fact, that was ''literally'' Mr Winston's hand inside the transformed dog's head, giving a doubly disturbing organic quality to the puppetry of its movement. Winston declined to have a credit on the film, as he didn't want to take praise away from Bottin's work.
* ''Film/TheTerminator'': The film that almost-literally made Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger the man he is today.
** Winston would return for all three sequels and the theme park ride ''Terminator 2: Battle Across Time'', making him the only person to have worked on all of the ''Terminator'' films.
* ''Film/{{Aliens}}'': The Alien Queen; most realistic movie dragon, ever. First Oscar win.
* ''Film/TheMonsterSquad'': A forgotten gem; watch it.
* ''Film/{{Predator}}'': Saved the film at the eleventh hour -- after the initial design of the creature by a different company proved to be a failure, Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger recommended him for the job.
* ''Film/{{Pumpkinhead}}'': His directorial debut.
* ''Film/EdwardScissorhands'': Perhaps his best-known non-horror character piece.
* ''Film/Terminator2JudgementDay'': Yes, even the T-1000 is mostly his puppets rather than pure {{CGI}}.
* ''Film/BatmanReturns'': If one man can make Danny [=DeVito=] even MORE ugly, Stan is the man. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, the cute animatronic penguins]].
* ''Film/JurassicPark'': If you thought the Alien Queen was scary, you have not taken a visit to the T-Rex pen yet...
** Winston would go on to work on both sequels, ''Film/TheLostWorldJurassicPark'' and ''Film/JurassicParkIII'' as well.
* ''Film/InterviewWithTheVampire'': The UncannyValley corpselike pallor of the vampires, their retractable fangs and the astoundingly realistic ''puppet'' (that's right, no lazy CGI!!) of TomCruise shrinking into a bloodless corpse after KirstenDunst slits his throat.
* ''Film/TankGirl'': Mutant kangaroos!
* ''Instinct'': A small project, but a very fulfilling one for Stan and the studio, as it allowed them to create gorillas that rivaled the apes created by Rick Baker in realism.
* ''Film/TheSixthSense'': Ghosts have rarely been this eerily convincing.
* ''Film/AIArtificialIntelligence'': Stan's best known tragic film after ''EdwardScissorhands''.
* ''Film/PearlHarbor'': The chillingly realistic injuries created by his studio drove real-life survivors of the attack to tears at the film's premiere.
* ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines''
* ''Film/BigFish'': The monster maestro proves once and for all he can tell heartwarming fairy-tales as well as horror stories.
* ''Film/WrongTurn''
* ''Film/IronMan'': Tony Stark's invincible suits of iron.
* ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull'': He and his crew created the eponymous Crystal Skulls along with the [[spoiler: extra-dimensional beings and the mummies of the Mayans who worshipped them]].
* ''Film/TerminatorSalvation'': One of his last films got him back where he started, and Winston's team had to opportunity to craft a variety of Terminators, from the Moto-Terminators to the snake/pirahna-like hydrobots. The film is dedicated to his memory.
* ''Film/{{Avatar}}'': Despite having close to none of his trademark articulate and spectacularly lifelike puppets appearing in this film, the basis for the digital Na'vi are still designed and sculpted in clay the good-old-fashioned way by the Monster-Meister himself and his crew before being scanned into Weta-Digital's computers. Last major work of the master before passing away from leukemia.
* ''TheSuffering'': A game, not a movie, but he designed the monsters. This was one of his more [[BodyHorror creative]] endeavors.
* MusicVideo work:
** Winston designed and made the masks for the character of "Mr. Roboto" from the Styx album ''KilroyWasHere'' and its accompanying concert video, ''Caught in the Act Live''.
** Designed makeups for Music/MichaelJackson -- including a white guy FatSuit -- and a troupe of dancers for the long-form video/ShortFilm ''Ghosts'', and actually directed the production. Unfortunately, due to the icky DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything premise (it's a metaphor for Jackson's brushes with the law over child molestation allegations), it's fallen into KeepCirculatingTheTapes territory in its complete form.
* ''Film/{{GalaxyQuest}}'': ...

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!!Tropes associated with Mr. StanWinston:
* AFatherToHisMen: Well, to his workshop, at any rate.
* BadassGrandpa: Shows up in multiple photos with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger, in tight black T-shirts bulging with muscles as big as the Governator's, while chomping on an equally badass cigar to match.
* CoolOldGuy.
* DotingParent: Not only is he like a loving grandfather to his crew, but his own RealLife family is a very large and warm one.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[Film/{{Avatar}} The very last project he worked on]] before he died went on to become the highest-grossing movie in the world.
* InMemoriam: Shown in ''Film/TerminatorSalvation''.
* OldShame: ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'', refusing a gig on ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'', ''Invaders From Mars'', and ''A Gnome Called Gnorm'' (his second directorial effort).

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->''"I don't do special effects. I do characters. I do creatures."''

In the summer of 1983, independent young filmmaker JamesCameron was confronted with the problem of convincingly turning an unknown Austrian bodybuilder called Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger into a killer metal skeleton peeling with rotting flesh from the future called [[Franchise/{{Terminator}} the Terminator]].

Just when it seemed that James and Arnold were doomed to an embarrassment made out of an idea that no studio in Hollywood would touch, a makeup artist who gave Chewbacca's father Itchy his face in ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'' and astoundingly refused to work on ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'', walked through the door.

His name was Stan Winston.

Stan took one look at James Cameron's pencil sketches, and wrapped the bodybuilder's face in liquid plaster. Out of the impression left by the massive Austrian's face, he meticulously carved a nightmarish visage of mechanical death out of clay.

In the fall of 1984, Sarah Connor, Kyle Reese, and thousands of film audiences [[NightmareFuel watched in stunned horror as that same visage of death, now rendered in steel, walked fleshless out of a roaring inferno]]. The rest is history.

For the last twenty years, Mr. StanWinston held the honor of being the single most respected makeup artist and puppeteer in the film-making industry. When in doubt, he was the go-to guy if you needed the most horrifyingly realistic movie monsters. Aside from helping to get the career of JamesCameron off the ground, he was also a veteran collaborator with cinematic luminaries such as Creator/StevenSpielberg, TimBurton, Creator/MichaelBay, and even a music video or two (working with the late Music/MichaelJackson for instance).

More than just a monster-puppeteer, Mr. Winston was also a virtuoso in the art of makeup, capable of making chameleons out of actors playing characters wildly different in appearance, or recreate heartbreakingly accurate injuries of the most horrific battles in human history. He went on with JamesCameron to create the visual effects company known as DigitalDomain.

First and foremost, StanWinston considered himself a storyteller, with his creations as characters and actors, rather than props. In 2001 he was honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. By the time he lost his battle to cancer on June 15th, 2008, he had 4 Academy Awards, 2 Emmys and 15 other awards under his belt. His workshop has since been reformed as [[http://www.legacyefx.com/index.html Legacy Effects]] and largely stick to commercial work; but have been involved in several films and shows, such as ''Film/IronMan2'', ''Film/TheMuppets'', ''Film/RealSteel'', ''Film/DinnerForSchmucks'', ''Film/CowboysAndAliens'', ''GreysAnatomy'', ''PairOfKings'', ''{{Endhiran}}'', ''Film/{{Thor}}'' and even ''Film/TheAvengers'' to name a few.

At his funeral, lifelong-friend Governor Schwarzenegger reverently thanked Mr. Winston, proclaiming that he would not have had the career that made him who he is without him. This appreciation is shared by Creator/SigourneyWeaver, JamesCameron, TimBurton, Creator/StevenSpielberg and the scores of mourning filmmakers who attended that day.

Have fun up there, Mr. Winston. Your glory will be remembered by filmgoers for generations to come.

'''A List of Films Involving Mr. StanWinston''': (under construction)
* ''The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman'': He and Rick Baker convincingly aged Cicely Tyson up through to age 110.
* ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'': Yes, even the greats [[OldShame have to start somewhere]].
* ''TheWiz'': He did the makeup and costumes for all the characters, but most notably Michael Jackson's Scarecrow and Nipsey Russell's Tin Man.
* ''Film/DeadAndBuried''
* ''Heartbeeps'': The robot makeup he created for Creator/AndyKaufman and Bernadette Peters got him his first Oscar nomination, even though the movie bombed.
* ''Film/TheThing1982'': While Rob Bottin is the man credited with most of the films horrifying effects, the first transformation seen the the film, the transformation of the "dog thing", was done by Stan Winston, as Bottin was suffering exhaustion from his work schedule at the time. In fact, that was ''literally'' Mr Winston's hand inside the transformed dog's head, giving a doubly disturbing organic quality to the puppetry of its movement. Winston declined to have a credit on the film, as he didn't want to take praise away from Bottin's work.
* ''Film/TheTerminator'': The film that almost-literally made Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger the man he is today.
** Winston would return for all three sequels and the theme park ride ''Terminator 2: Battle Across Time'', making him the only person to have worked on all of the ''Terminator'' films.
* ''Film/{{Aliens}}'': The Alien Queen; most realistic movie dragon, ever. First Oscar win.
* ''Film/TheMonsterSquad'': A forgotten gem; watch it.
* ''Film/{{Predator}}'': Saved the film at the eleventh hour -- after the initial design of the creature by a different company proved to be a failure, Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger recommended him for the job.
* ''Film/{{Pumpkinhead}}'': His directorial debut.
* ''Film/EdwardScissorhands'': Perhaps his best-known non-horror character piece.
* ''Film/Terminator2JudgementDay'': Yes, even the T-1000 is mostly his puppets rather than pure {{CGI}}.
* ''Film/BatmanReturns'': If one man can make Danny [=DeVito=] even MORE ugly, Stan is the man. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, the cute animatronic penguins]].
* ''Film/JurassicPark'': If you thought the Alien Queen was scary, you have not taken a visit to the T-Rex pen yet...
** Winston would go on to work on both sequels, ''Film/TheLostWorldJurassicPark'' and ''Film/JurassicParkIII'' as well.
* ''Film/InterviewWithTheVampire'': The UncannyValley corpselike pallor of the vampires, their retractable fangs and the astoundingly realistic ''puppet'' (that's right, no lazy CGI!!) of TomCruise shrinking into a bloodless corpse after KirstenDunst slits his throat.
* ''Film/TankGirl'': Mutant kangaroos!
* ''Instinct'': A small project, but a very fulfilling one for Stan and the studio, as it allowed them to create gorillas that rivaled the apes created by Rick Baker in realism.
* ''Film/TheSixthSense'': Ghosts have rarely been this eerily convincing.
* ''Film/AIArtificialIntelligence'': Stan's best known tragic film after ''EdwardScissorhands''.
* ''Film/PearlHarbor'': The chillingly realistic injuries created by his studio drove real-life survivors of the attack to tears at the film's premiere.
* ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines''
* ''Film/BigFish'': The monster maestro proves once and for all he can tell heartwarming fairy-tales as well as horror stories.
* ''Film/WrongTurn''
* ''Film/IronMan'': Tony Stark's invincible suits of iron.
* ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull'': He and his crew created the eponymous Crystal Skulls along with the [[spoiler: extra-dimensional beings and the mummies of the Mayans who worshipped them]].
* ''Film/TerminatorSalvation'': One of his last films got him back where he started, and Winston's team had to opportunity to craft a variety of Terminators, from the Moto-Terminators to the snake/pirahna-like hydrobots. The film is dedicated to his memory.
* ''Film/{{Avatar}}'': Despite having close to none of his trademark articulate and spectacularly lifelike puppets appearing in this film, the basis for the digital Na'vi are still designed and sculpted in clay the good-old-fashioned way by the Monster-Meister himself and his crew before being scanned into Weta-Digital's computers. Last major work of the master before passing away from leukemia.
* ''TheSuffering'': A game, not a movie, but he designed the monsters. This was one of his more [[BodyHorror creative]] endeavors.
* MusicVideo work:
** Winston designed and made the masks for the character of "Mr. Roboto" from the Styx album ''KilroyWasHere'' and its accompanying concert video, ''Caught in the Act Live''.
** Designed makeups for Music/MichaelJackson -- including a white guy FatSuit -- and a troupe of dancers for the long-form video/ShortFilm ''Ghosts'', and actually directed the production. Unfortunately, due to the icky DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything premise (it's a metaphor for Jackson's brushes with the law over child molestation allegations), it's fallen into KeepCirculatingTheTapes territory in its complete form.
* ''Film/{{GalaxyQuest}}'': ...

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!!Tropes associated with Mr. StanWinston:
* AFatherToHisMen: Well, to his workshop, at any rate.
* BadassGrandpa: Shows up in multiple photos with Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger, in tight black T-shirts bulging with muscles as big as the Governator's, while chomping on an equally badass cigar to match.
* CoolOldGuy.
* DotingParent: Not only is he like a loving grandfather to his crew, but his own RealLife family is a very large and warm one.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[Film/{{Avatar}} The very last project he worked on]] before he died went on to become the highest-grossing movie in the world.
* InMemoriam: Shown in ''Film/TerminatorSalvation''.
* OldShame: ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'', refusing a gig on ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'', ''Invaders From Mars'', and ''A Gnome Called Gnorm'' (his second directorial effort).

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** Winston would return for all three sequels and the theme park ride ''Terminator 2: Battle Across Time'', making him the only person to have worked on all of the Terminator films.

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** Winston would return for all three sequels and the theme park ride ''Terminator 2: Battle Across Time'', making him the only person to have worked on all of the Terminator ''Terminator'' films.



* ''[[TheTerminator Terminator Two: Judgement Day]]'': Yes, even the T-1000 is mostly his puppets rather than pure {{CGI}}.

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* ''[[TheTerminator Terminator Two: Judgement Day]]'': ''Film/Terminator2JudgementDay'': Yes, even the T-1000 is mostly his puppets rather than pure {{CGI}}.



* ''[[TheTerminator Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines]]''

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* ''[[TheTerminator Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines]]''''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines''



* ''TerminatorSalvation'': One of his last films got him back where he started, and Winston's team had to opportunity to craft a variety of Terminators, from the Moto-Terminators to the snake/pirahna-like hydrobots. The film is dedicated to his memory.

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* ''TerminatorSalvation'': ''Film/TerminatorSalvation'': One of his last films got him back where he started, and Winston's team had to opportunity to craft a variety of Terminators, from the Moto-Terminators to the snake/pirahna-like hydrobots. The film is dedicated to his memory.



* InMemoriam: ''TerminatorSalvation''.

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* InMemoriam: ''TerminatorSalvation''.Shown in ''Film/TerminatorSalvation''.
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** Winston would go on to work on both sequels, ''TheLostWorldJurassicPark'' and ''Film/JurassicParkIII'' as well.

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** Winston would go on to work on both sequels, ''TheLostWorldJurassicPark'' ''Film/TheLostWorldJurassicPark'' and ''Film/JurassicParkIII'' as well.
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* ''Film/{{GalaxyQuest}}'':...

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* ''Film/{{GalaxyQuest}}'':...
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* AFatherToHisMen: Well, his workshop, at any rate.

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* AFatherToHisMen: Well, to his workshop, at any rate.



* OldShame: ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'', refusing a gig on ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'', ''Invaders From Mars'', and ''A Gnome Called Gnorm'' [his second directorial effort].

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* OldShame: ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'', refusing a gig on ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'', ''Invaders From Mars'', and ''A Gnome Called Gnorm'' [his (his second directorial effort].
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First and foremost, StanWinston considered himself a storyteller, with his creations as characters and actors, rather than props. In 2001 he was honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. By the time he lost his battle to cancer on June 15th, 2008, he had 4 Academy Awards, 2 Emmys and 15 other awards under his belt. His workshop has since been reformed as [[http://www.legacyefx.com/index.html Legacy Effects]] and largely stick to commercial work; but have been involved in films and shows, such as ''Film/IronMan2'', ''Film/TheMuppets'', ''Film/RealSteel'', ''Film/DinnerForSchmucks'', ''Film/CowboysAndAliens'', ''GreysAnatomy'', ''PairOfKings'', ''{{Endhiran}}'', ''Film/{{Thor}}'' and even ''Film/TheAvengers'' to name a few.

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First and foremost, StanWinston considered himself a storyteller, with his creations as characters and actors, rather than props. In 2001 he was honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. By the time he lost his battle to cancer on June 15th, 2008, he had 4 Academy Awards, 2 Emmys and 15 other awards under his belt. His workshop has since been reformed as [[http://www.legacyefx.com/index.html Legacy Effects]] and largely stick to commercial work; but have been involved in several films and shows, such as ''Film/IronMan2'', ''Film/TheMuppets'', ''Film/RealSteel'', ''Film/DinnerForSchmucks'', ''Film/CowboysAndAliens'', ''GreysAnatomy'', ''PairOfKings'', ''{{Endhiran}}'', ''Film/{{Thor}}'' and even ''Film/TheAvengers'' to name a few.
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In the summer of 1983, independent young filmmaker JamesCameron was confronted with the problem of convincingly turning an unknown Austrian bodybuilder called Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger into a killer metal skeleton peeling with rotting flesh from the future called TheTerminator.

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In the summer of 1983, independent young filmmaker JamesCameron was confronted with the problem of convincingly turning an unknown Austrian bodybuilder called Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger into a killer metal skeleton peeling with rotting flesh from the future called TheTerminator.
[[Franchise/{{Terminator}} the Terminator]].



* ''Heartbeeps'': The robot makeup he created for AndyKaufman and Bernadette Peters got him his first Oscar nomination, even though the movie bombed.

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* ''Heartbeeps'': The robot makeup he created for AndyKaufman Creator/AndyKaufman and Bernadette Peters got him his first Oscar nomination, even though the movie bombed.
26th May '13 4:43:41 AM Sapphirea2
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For the last twenty years, Mr. StanWinston held the honor of being the single most respected makeup artist and puppeteer in the film-making industry. When in doubt, he was the go-to guy if you needed the most horrifyingly realistic movie monsters. Aside from helping to get the career of JamesCameron off the ground, he was also a veteran collaborator with cinematic luminaries such as Creator/StevenSpielberg, TimBurton, Creator/MichaelBay and even the late MichaelJackson.

to:

For the last twenty years, Mr. StanWinston held the honor of being the single most respected makeup artist and puppeteer in the film-making industry. When in doubt, he was the go-to guy if you needed the most horrifyingly realistic movie monsters. Aside from helping to get the career of JamesCameron off the ground, he was also a veteran collaborator with cinematic luminaries such as Creator/StevenSpielberg, TimBurton, Creator/MichaelBay Creator/MichaelBay, and even a music video or two (working with the late MichaelJackson.
Music/MichaelJackson for instance).



* He designed and made the masks for the character "Mr. Roboto" from the Styx album ''KilroyWasHere'' and its accompanying concert video, ''Caught in the Act Live''.

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* He MusicVideo work:
** Winston
designed and made the masks for the character of "Mr. Roboto" from the Styx album ''KilroyWasHere'' and its accompanying concert video, ''Caught in the Act Live''.Live''.
** Designed makeups for Music/MichaelJackson -- including a white guy FatSuit -- and a troupe of dancers for the long-form video/ShortFilm ''Ghosts'', and actually directed the production. Unfortunately, due to the icky DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything premise (it's a metaphor for Jackson's brushes with the law over child molestation allegations), it's fallen into KeepCirculatingTheTapes territory in its complete form.






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In the summer of 1984, Sarah Connor, Kyle Reese, and thousands of film audiences [[NightmareFuel watched in stunned horror as that same visage of death, now rendered in steel, walked fleshless out of a roaring inferno]]. The rest is history.

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In the summer fall of 1984, Sarah Connor, Kyle Reese, and thousands of film audiences [[NightmareFuel watched in stunned horror as that same visage of death, now rendered in steel, walked fleshless out of a roaring inferno]]. The rest is history.
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* ''[[Film/{{Alien}} Aliens]]'': The Alien Queen; most realistic movie dragon, ever. First Oscar win.

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* ''[[Film/{{Alien}} Aliens]]'': ''Film/{{Aliens}}'': The Alien Queen; most realistic movie dragon, ever. First Oscar win.
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