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Stephen Lawrence


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About Stephen Lawrence

Stephen Lawrence is most well known for sound, and has 2 known credits, of which 2 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Stephen Lawrence’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Stephen Lawrence’s movies you should definitely watch The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1991) Stephen has worked on!

  1. The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1991)
  2. Sesame Street: Sleepytime Songs & Stories (1986)

1. The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1991 Movie)

The best rated movie Stephen Lawrence has been a part of is the family, animation movie The Tale of Peter Rabbit, where they had the role of sound. It has a rating 7.8 on IMDb.

2. Sesame Street: Sleepytime Songs & Stories (1986)

Stephen Lawrence worked on this family movie as sound.

Frequently asked questions

What is Stephen Lawrence’s gender?

Stephen Lawrence is male.

What is Stephen most known for?

Stephen Lawrence is most known for sound. Stephen has worked on 2 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Stephen Lawrence’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Tale of Peter Rabbit, which has a score of 0.0.

Stephen’s Filmography

Executive producer. The story focuses on a family of anthropomorphic rabbits, the widowed mother rabbit cautioning her young against entering a vegetable garden grown by a man named Mr. McGregor, telling them: "your Father had an accident there; he was put in a pie by Mrs. McGregor". Whereas her three daughters obediently refrain from entering the garden, going down the lane to pick blackberries, her rebellious son Peter enters the garden to snack on some vegetables. Peter ends up eating more than is good for him and goes looking for parsley to cure his stomach ache.

Executive producer. Bedtime Stories & Songs is a 1986 Sesame Street direct-to-video compilation, released on VHS as part of the My Sesame Street Home Video label. The video was re-released with different segments under the new title of Sleepytime Songs & Stories in 1996, and on DVD in 2005. The framing story involves Big Bird speaking to the audience, offering advice on the best ways to fall asleep. A Honker and her baby stop by, and Telly arrives for a sleepover with heaps of cuddly toys that he couldn't sleep without. Buster the Horse demonstrates how to fall asleep standing up and Susan comments from her apartment window.

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