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Ralph Kelsey

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Music (feature film)

Rudy Blue (1997) as Composer
A 30-year-old high school history teacher still living at home must contend with the family dynamics that make him feel like an outsider. Not only is he the only member of the family who has no musical talent or ambition, but he carries the emotional weight of being behind the wheel when a car accid

Sound (feature film)

Relative Values (2000) as Adr Engineer
Set in 1950's England, this is the tale of Nigel, Earl of Marshwood, who returns home to his aristocratic English family with his fiancee, American movie star Miranda Frayle, much to the dismay of his mother, Countess Felicity.
Tavern, The (1999) as Sound Designer & Mixer
When best friends Ronnie and Dave decide to open a new Manhattan restaurant together, neither of them really know what they're getting into. Soon Dave loses his day job and Ronnie loses all his free time. Problems develop in their friendship as the two entrepreneurs try to grapple with the new respo

Sound (special)

Insomniac with Dave Attell (2004) as Mixer
A late-night comedy special series in which comedian Dave Attell examines the lifestyles and jobs of insomniacs, bringing his entertaining perspective into the engaging and sometimes-bizarre after-hour experiences in cities across the United States.
Night of Too Many Stars (2003) as Audio Mix
A comedic benefit for Autism programs featuring skits and songs.
Santa, Baby! (2001) as Rerecording Mixer
A multicultural family program featuring original and classic holiday music. A young girl named Dakota uses the one wish granted to her by Melody, a magical Christmas partridge in a pear tree, to help her songwriter father recover from a major case of writer's block. With the help of Melody, Dakota'
She Says: Women in News (2001) as Sound Mixer
Since the early days of the women's movement, the number of women in both print and electronic journalism has more than doubled. The program explores their impact on the news, the newsroom culture and the society. The program features ten women in positions of power in journalism: Geneva Overholser,
Game For Anything: The Strength of Women in Sports (2000) as Audio Post-Production
Documentary special about the passion female athletes have for their sports and the strength and determination they possess. The program looks at the challenges female athletes have endured during the past 20 years, and the expanding opportunities that lie ahead for women in sports.
27th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (2000) as Post Audio Mixer
Live coverage of the 27th annual Daytime Emmy Awards presentation from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Outer Limits Farewell Tribute (2000) as Sound Mixer (New York)
Stars of the science-fiction anthology series "The Outer Limits" discuss the program as it ends it's sixth season.

Post Production (special)

Def Jam Uncensored (2001) as Post-Production Audio
Behind-the-scenes documentary special examines hip-hop record label Def Jam to learn the secret of their success and reveal stories of the rise of rap music.
Charter Schools That Work (2000) as Post-Production Audio
An examination of the emergence, perspective and practice of the relatively young education reform movement. More than 15 years ago, the report "A Nation at Risk" revealed that America's public schools were failing children, especially in poorer neighborhoods. In 1998, "A Nation Still at Risk" share

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