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Cast (feature film)

1.
Cinematographer Style (2006)
Celebrates the art of motion picture photography, and examines how and why movies look the way they do. With interviews of 110 leading cinematographers around the world, director and cinematographer Jon Fauer explores how his colleagues use technique and technology, art and lighting to tell stories
2.
Early to Bed (1936) as Instructor
3.
Enter Madame! (1934) as Stage manager

Cinematography (feature film)

4.
Meet Wally Sparks (1997) as Director Of Photography
Is America ready for Wally Sparks? Television viewers often accuse today's talk show hosts of crossing the line when it comes to good taste and wise judgment. Ladies and gentleman... meet Wally Sparks. A fast-talking host of a tactless, uncouth TV tabloid show, Wally makes half of America laugh hyst
5.
LaVyrle Spencer's Home Song (1996) as Director Of Photography
Adaptation of LaVyrle Spencer's novel about a man whose charmed life is suddenly changed when his illegitimate son surfaces. He is forced to tell his family the truth about his past when he realizes that his daughter and secret son have become attracted to one another.
6.
Double Impact (1991) as Director Of Photography
Twin brothers meet, after being raised apart in different cultures, and take on the Chinese mafia in Hong Kong to avenge the murder of their parents and to reclaim their stolen inheritance.
7.
Downtown (1990) as Director Of Photography
A new member of the police force learns the tricks of the trade from his more experienced partner.
8.
My Stepmother Is an Alien (1988) as Director Of Photography
An eccentric widower falls in love with a beautiful alien.
9.
Howard The Duck (1986) as Director Of Photography
Based on the cult comic, a fast-talking, cigar-chomping, beer-guzzling duck from a parallel universe somehow winds up in Cleveland.
10.
Touch and Go (1986) as Director Of Photography
After a street kid tries to mug a hockey star, the man befriends the boy and then falls in love with his mother.
11.
Man With One Red Shoe, The (1985) as Director Of Photography
An innocent man becomes the target of some government spy hunters.
12.
Hard to Hold (1984) as Director Of Photography
Pretentious claptrap clothed in a 1984 rock-music love story that never goes beyond the superficial. Springfield is a highly successful rock songwriter-performer. While driving in his car, he meets Eilber, a tense child psychologist. The two quickly fall in love, and he pursues her around San Francisco until he catches her. Interspersed with the insipid love story is a subplot about Springfield's having songwriter's block.
13.
All Of Me (1984) as Director Of Photography
A lawyer's body is invaded by the soul of a recently deceased female client.
14.
Man, Woman and Child (1983) as Director Of Photography
A "perfect marriage" is tested when the couple learns of the existence of a child from the husband's affair with a French woman.
15.
Deal Of The Century (1983) as Director Of Photography
Arms dealer, Eddie Muntz is attempting to sell war planes to a South American dictator, but in order to that, his girlfriend has to sleep with the dictator and his friend has to be convinced to do one more killing.
16.
Breathless (1983) as Director Of Photography
17.
Coming Out of The Ice (1982) as Director Of Photography
The true story of Victor Herman, an American who spent eighteen years imprisoned and in exile in Siberia after going to Russia with his parents as a teenager in 1931, and another eighteen years fighting for the right to return to the United States. Willie Nelson made his TV acting debut as Red Loon,
18.
Death Wish II (1982) as Director Of Photography
The architect from New York turns vigilante in Los Angeles after more brutality too close to home.
19.
Body Heat (1981) as Director Of Photography
A femme fatale seduces a Florida lawyer and convinces him to kill her husband.
20.
Touched By Love (1980) as Director Of Photography
Lena Canada is a therapist who is working with Karen, a cerebral palsy patient who is a wheelchair-bound, and is possibly also autistic. As a way to bring Karen back into the world, Lena has her start writing pen pal letters to her favorite celebrity, Elvis Presley.
21.
The Competition (1980) as Director Of Photography
Competitors in a classical piano competition fall in love.
22.
Tilt (1979) as Director Of Photography
Tilt is the story of a young girl (Tilt (Brenda Louise Davenport)), who is a pinball machine wizard. Because she does not get on with her parents, Tilt is contemplating running away from home, and skipping school one day she decides to go to Mickey's Bar. Mickey, who is Tilt's good friend, helps her set up a gambler for a pinball game. Because the gambler is unaware of Tilt's pinball wizardry, he is easily hustled out of his money. While watching the confrontation, a young man (Neil Gallagher), who is a potential country and western singer and who has tried to hustle and cheat the pinball champion (Harold "The Whale" Remmens), is impressed with Tilt's ability, congratulating her after the win. Because Neil Gallagher has to raise money to make a demo tape of his songs, he has an idea of taking Tilt with him and having her hustle would-be gamblers. Neil invites Tilt to watch him sing at a rock concert, and after seeing him sing, she believes that he can become a great singer. Henry Bertolino, Neil's manager, thinks his plan is a bad idea and they have a dispute resulting in Henry abandoning Neil. Neil Gallagher then explains his story to Tilt, telling her that they will have a contract between them, and because she was already considering leaving home, she decides to go with Neil. But Tilt is unaware that she will eventually be playing Harold "The Whale" Remmens.
23.
Firepower (1979) as Director Of Photography 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
24.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) as Director Of Photography
Captain Kirk reassembles his old crew on the newly refit Starship Enterprise and is sent out to investigate a mysterious cloud-like entity.
25.
Who'll Stop The Rain? (1978) as Director Of Photography
John, a disillusioned Vietnam War journalist, turns to heroin smuggling. He cons Ray, an equally burnt out veteran into delivering the drugs stateside to his wife. Everything soon falls apart and Ray ends up on the run with John's wife trying to evade crooked narcotics agents.
26.
Fury, The (1978) as Director Of Photography
Teenager Gillian Bellaver has the psychic powers of telekinese and extra-sensory perception. She also has the effect of causing others to bleed if they touch her. So Gillian volunteers to go to the Paragon Clinic, unaware of the fact that its director is working on harnessing the psychic abilities of his patients as weapons.
27.
Won Ton Ton, The Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976) as Director Of Photography
In 1924 Estie comes to Hollywood to become an actress, but the dog, that followed her becomes the star. But Hollywood has its own rules of sucess.
28.
King Kong (1976) as Director Of Photography
In this remake of the 1933 classic about the giant ape, this time an oil company expedition disturbs the peace of Kong and brings him back to New York to exploit him. Although a woman in the group tames Kong somewhat, he finally breaks loose and terrorizes the city, and as the military attempt to stop him, he falls to his death from the top of the World Trade Center.
29.
Mandingo (1975) as Director Of Photography
A slave owner in the 1840s trains his slaves to be bare-knuckle fighting champions, unaware that his daughter is having an affair with his top fighter.
30.
Kate McShane (1975) as Director Of Photography
A flamboyant Denver lady lawyer, with the help of her father, a retired cop who does the leg work for her investigations, and her brother, a Jesuit priest and university law professor, unravels a murder case of a society woman who allegedly stabbed her husband. This was the pilot for Anne Meara's sh
31.
Harrad Summer, The (1974) as Director Of Photography
Stanley, Harry, Sheila, and Beth have just completed their first year at Harrad College, the experimental school where sexual freedom is encouraged. The four friends have decided to spend their summer break together, visiting with old friends and spending time with each others families. They quickly
32.
Mr. Majestyk (1974) as Director Of Photography
A farmer battles corrupt businessmen trying to drive him out of business.
33.
Terminal Man, The (1974) as Director Of Photography
As the result of a head injury, brilliant computer scientist Harry Benson begins to experience violent seizures. In an attempt to control the seizures, Benson undergoes a new surgical procedure in which a microcomputer is inserted into his brain. The procedure is not entirely successful.
34.
Harrad Experiment, The (1973) as Director Of Photography
At the coed Harrad College the students experience a college policy of sexual freedom. The students are taught classes on the subject, and they experiment themselves in this very 70s production.
35.
Soylent Green (1973) as Director Of Photography
A future cop uncovers the deadly secret behind a mysterious synthetic food.
36.
Don Is Dead, The (1973) as Director Of Photography
A mistress of a Mafia leader is murdered causing him to hunt down the killer in order to exact a bloody vengance. Once on his trail, gang warfare ensues.
37.
Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973) as Director Of Photography
After conquering the oppressive humans in "Conquest for the Planet of the Apes", Caeser(Roddy McDowal) must now keep the peace amongst the humans and apes. Gorilla General Aldo(Claude Akins) views things differently, and tries to cause an ape civil war. In the meantime, other human survivors learn of the ape city, and decide they want to take back civilization for themselves, thus setting the stage of warring ape factions and humans.
38.
Hammersmith Is Out (1972) as Director of Photography
The Faust legend retold (loosely) and applied to a mentally disturbed patient in a hospital run by a doctor of dubious sanity himself. The patient (Burton) offers the innocent orderly (Bridges) vast riches if he'll help him escape.
39.
Black Gunn (1972) as Director of Photography
Racial tension in L.A., as beefy nightclub boss Jim Brown avenges his brother's death by leading black Vietnam vet activists against the white mobsters who are responsible.
40.
The Mechanic (1972) as Director of Photography
An experienced hit man takes a beginner under his wing.
41.
When the Legends Die (1972) as Director of Photography
After the death of his parents, Ute Indian Tom Black Bull leaves his familiar world and moves into the world of the white men, working at a rodeo. When Red Dillon notices the young man's horse-wrangling abilities, Tom becomes a bronco-riding star, but he finally gets tired of being exploited and hea
42.
The Andromeda Strain (1971) as Director of Photography
Scientists race to find the cure for a deadly space virus.
43.
Kotch (1971) as Director of Photography
Alienated from his son's family, an elderly man becomes infatuated with a pregnant teen.
44.
The Moonshine War (1970) as Director of Photography
A revenuer tries to destroy a sadistic bootlegger's still.
45.
Gaily, Gaily (1969) as Director of Photography
An innocent young writer learns the ways of yellow journalism working for a top Chicago paper.
46.
A Dream of Kings (1969) as Director of Photography
The father of a dying boy tries to find the money to move his family to Greece.
47.
Backtrack (1969) as Director of Photography
Trampas, a cowhand from Medicine Bow, Wyoming, is sent to Mexico to buy a bull for his employer. The ranch foreman warns him to watch out for himself in Laredo, a tough town on the Texas/Mexican border. Despite the warning, in a western version of the Dumas classic, "The Three Musketeers", Trampas manages to get himself engaged to fight three separate Texas Rangers within an hour of his arrival. Unlike D'Artagnan, he has no notion of actually fighting the Rangers: all he wants is out of Laredo. He's on his way out of town when he runs into the three Rangers--who turn out to be partners--on their way to track down a missing train carrying a payroll. The Rangers, learning Trampas is headed in the same direction they are, suggest they all ride together--that way, they can fight him after they have fulfilled their mission. Without much choice, Trampas wryly agrees. When they find the train, however, they quickly forget their quarrels--the train was robbed and everyone aboard killed, except for one infant covered by his mother's body. Concerned the baby won't survive long without care, they proceed across the Rio Grande to the nearest town, where they know of a cantina owner with innumerable children. They get the baby to Mama Dolores, but not without run-ins with Mexican Urales and marauding Yaquis. Somewhere along the way, the Rangers begin to suspect it was the Yaquis who robbed the train--but Yaquis don't rob trains and they have no use for money...and where did they get those fancy new rifles?
48.
The Boston Strangler (1968) as Director of Photography
Federal and local law officers try to catch a deadly serial killer.
49.
Hang 'Em High (1968) as Cinematographer
A mysterious drifter survives a lynching then goes back for revenge.
50.
Camelot (1967) as Director of Photography
The romance between Guinevere and Lancelot destroys King Arthur's dream kingdom.
51.
Chamber of Horrors (1966) as Director of Photography
A one-handed madman uses various detachable devices as murder weapons to gain revenge on those he believes have wronged him.
52.
The Pink Panther (1964) as Assistant Camera
In the first Inspector Clouseau film, the bumbling French police detective tries to stop a notorious jewel thief from nabbing a princess'' diamond.
53.
Days of Wine and Roses (1962) as Camera Operator
A husband and wife fight to conquer alcoholism.
54.
Let No Man Write My Epitaph (1960) as Camera Operator
Residents of a Chicago tenement join forces to save a troubled teen from a life of crime.
55.
Battle of the Coral Sea (1959) as Camera Operator
A U.S. submarine and its crew are captured by the Japanese on the eve of a major World War II battle.
56.
The Last Angry Man (1959) as Camera Operator
A television journalist decides to profile his uncle's fight to bring medical care to the slums.
57.
Face of a Fugitive (1959) as Camera Operator
A man framed for murder tries to build a new life after escaping the law.
58.
Bell, Book and Candle (1959) as Camera Operator
A beautiful witch puts a love spell on an unknowing publisher.
59.
Escape from San Quentin (1957) as Camera Operator
60.
Around the World in 80 Days (1956) as Photog, U.S.
A Victorian gentleman bets that he can beat the world's record for circling the globe.

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