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Paul Uhl

Paul Uhl



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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...


Cinematography (feature film)

The Cardinal (1963) as Camera Operator
A Boston priest deals with illicit love, racism and war as he rises in the church.
Desire in the Dust (1960) as Assistant Camera
Last Train from Gun Hill (1959) as Camera
A Western Marshall discovers the man who raped and murdered his wife is his best friend''''s son.
Teacher's Pet (1958) as Assistant Camera
A tough city editor assumes a fake identity to study journalism with a lady professor who''''s criticized his work.
King Creole (1958) as Assistant Camera
A singer with a criminal past gets drawn back into the mob.
Vertigo (1958) as Cam asst
A detective falls for the mysterious woman he''s been hired to tail.
Funny Face (1957) as Cam tech
A fashion photographer turns a Greenwich Village unknown into an international supermodel.
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) as Assistant Camera
International spies kidnap a doctor''s son when he stumbles on their assassination plot.
Samson and Delilah (1950) as Cam tech
Epic re-telling of the story of the Biblical strongman laid low by love.
The Black Swan (1942) as Loc photog
When he's named governor of Jamaica, a former pirate sets out to clean up the Caribbean.
Western Union (1941) as Asst cam tech
An outlaw goes straight to work for the telegraph company, which puts him in conflict with his lawless brother.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Bronco Buster (1952) as Tech asst
Tom Moody is a champion rodeo rider who sees real potential in newcomer Bart Eaton. However, while Bart may have a knack for riding a bull, he's not much for loyalty, and he betrays his mentor by stealing his girlfriend, Judy Bream. Tom wallows in self-pity until the death of his buddy Dan Bream, a
The Return of Frank James (1940) as Tech asst
The legendary outlaw''''s brother eludes the law to avenge Jesse James''''s murder.

Post Production (feature film)

The Great Sioux Uprising (1953) as Technicolor tech
Joan Britton, improbably gorgeous frontier horse dealer, and the much less scrupulous Stephen Cook are friendly competitors supplying horses to the Union Army in Wyoming Territory during the Civil War. Southern general Stand Watie, a Cherokee, is rumored to be in the area to stir up the Sioux against the Union, when Cook picks this worst possible moment to steal a herd of Sioux horses. Enter ex-army doctor Jonathan Westgate, who becomes Cook's rival for the love of Joan, opposes his crooked activities...and who alone can prevent a new Indian war.
Untamed Frontier (1952) as Technicolor tech
The Denbow family hope to freeze out homesteaders by denying access across their land; but to evade a murder charge, Glenn Denbow marries the only witness, Jane, who's conveniently in love with him, but favors the settlers. When Glenn goes back to his blackmailing old flame Lottie, a warm regard develops between Jane and cousin Kirk Denbow. Things come to a head when an impending range war coincides with a rustling foray.
The Raiders (1952) as Technicolor tech
Tomahawk (1951) as Technicolor tech
In 1866, a new gold discovery and an inconclusive conference force the U.S. Army to build a road and fort in territory ceded by previous treaty to the the disgust of frontier scout Jim Bridger, whose Cheyenne wife led him to see the conflict from both sides. The powder-keg situation needs only a spark to bring war, and violent bigots like Lieut. Rob Dancy are all too likely to provide this. Meanwhile, Bridger's chance of preventing catastrophe is dimmed by equally wrenching personal conflicts. Unusually accurate historically.
Branded (1951) as Technicolor tech
A gunman tries to pass himself off as a wealthy ranchers long lost son.
Jesse James (1939) as Technicolor film loader
When a railroad agent kills their mother, Frank and Jesse James take up robbing banks and trains.

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