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Cast (feature film)

1.
The Beasts Of Marseilles (1957) as Eric Triebel
British POWs hide from the Germans in occupied France.
2.
The Dynamiters (1956) as Chris Chapman
3.
Above Us The Waves (1956)
The greatest threat to the British navy is the German battleship Tirpitz. Being anchored in a Norwegian fjord, it is impossible to attack it with any chance of success. But the navy trains a special commando to attack it, using little submarines to plant underwater explosives under it.
4.
Doctor at Sea (1955) as Fellowes
Dr Sparrow is assigned to a naval ship with only two women aboard.
5.
Sea Shall Not Have Them, The (1954) as Corporal Skinner
During WW2, a British bomber equipage is forced down in the British Chanel. Trying to keep the moral, they talk about their lives waiting the rescue they sure will come. And they're right, every possible attempts are made by the special rescue team unities.
6.
The Good Die Young (1954) as David
Four thieves think back on the problems that led them to a daring heist.
7.
Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951) as Mr. Midshipman Longley
The famed 19th century hero defeats enemy fleets and courts an admiral's widow.

Title Design (feature film)

8.
Daughter From Danang (2002) as Title Designer
Born to a Vietnamese mother and an anonymous American serviceman, seven-year-old Hiep was part of Operation Babylift, a military operation to relocate Vietnamese children to the United States for adoption. Her mother feared for Hiep's safety if she were to remain in Vietnam and agreed to send her to

Art Director (feature film)

9.
Sweet Kill (1972) as Art Director
10.
Arousers, The (1970) as Art Direction
Psycho killer loves women to death.

Animation (feature film)

11.
Hard Straight, A (2004) as Animation Sequences
Three paroled prison inmates are followed as they enjoy their new found freedom and adjust to life "on the outside".

Art Department (feature film)

12.
Daughter From Danang (2002) as Motion Graphics
Born to a Vietnamese mother and an anonymous American serviceman, seven-year-old Hiep was part of Operation Babylift, a military operation to relocate Vietnamese children to the United States for adoption. Her mother feared for Hiep's safety if she were to remain in Vietnam and agreed to send her to

Misc. Crew (feature film)

13.
Rumor of Angels, A (2000)
Twelve-year-old James Neubauer is spending the summer in Maine. He enjoys riding his bike and trading affectionate jabs with his misfit Uncle Charlie, but he's also dealing with a lot of hidden anger and grief. He's emotionally estranged from his father, resentful of his stepmother and haunted by ev
14.
Rumor of Angels, A (2000)
Twelve-year-old James Neubauer is spending the summer in Maine. He enjoys riding his bike and trading affectionate jabs with his misfit Uncle Charlie, but he's also dealing with a lot of hidden anger and grief. He's emotionally estranged from his father, resentful of his stepmother and haunted by ev
15.
Love God (1997)
Larue is a nearsighted, epileptic schizophrenic with a history of suicide attempts and public masturbation. He's just been let out of an overcrowded psychiatric institution and relocated to a "hometel." Prostitutes, theives, drug addicts and one-legged transvestite pawnshop owner, Queen Bernie, are
16.
Love God (1997)
Larue is a nearsighted, epileptic schizophrenic with a history of suicide attempts and public masturbation. He's just been let out of an overcrowded psychiatric institution and relocated to a "hometel." Prostitutes, theives, drug addicts and one-legged transvestite pawnshop owner, Queen Bernie, are

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