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Fred Koenekamp

Fred Koenekamp

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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Stand Up and Be Counted (1972) as Director of Photography
Sheila is a newspaper reporter who returns to her home town in order to write an article about the progress of the liberation of the women. Arriving at the town she is very surprised to see that her sister and also her mother agree very much with the feministic arguments.
2.
Kansas City Bomber (1972) as Director of Photography
A roller-derby queen fights off jealous rivals and amorous men.
3.
Rage (1972) as Director of Photography
Single father Dan Logan lives with his teenage son Chris in Wyoming. While camping, a U.S. Army helicopter sprays the father and son with an experimental chemical that is being tested for use in biological warfare. The poisoning puts Chris into a coma, and when Dan seeks medical help, an army doctor
4.
Happy Birthday, Wanda June (1971) as Director of Photography
5.
Skin Game (1971) as Director of Photography
Two western con artists team with a lady card shark to take on slavers.
6.
Billy Jack (1971) as Director of Photography
A former Green Beret fights to protect a school for runaways in the desert.
7.
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) as Director of Photography
This film is a sequel in name only to Valley of the Dolls (1967). An all-girl rock band goes to Hollywood to make it big. There they find success, but luckily for us, they sink into a cesspool of decadence. This film has a sleeping woman performing on a gun which is in her mouth. It has women posing as men. It has lesbian sex scenes. It is also written by Roger Ebert, who had become friends with Russ Meyer after writing favorable reviews of several of his films.
8.
Patton (1970) as Director of Photography
The legendary general's rebellious behavior almost costs him his command during World War II.
9.
Flap (1970) as Director of Photography
10.
Heaven With a Gun (1969) as Director of Photography
A gunslinger-turned-preacher is forced to return to his old ways.
11.
The Great Bank Robbery (1969) as Director of Photography
Outlaws pose as a religious group to mask their attempt to rob a Western bank.
12.
Stay Away, Joe (1968) as Director of Photography
A young Indian tries to save his failing reservation by selling grazing rights to a corrupt tycoon.
13.
Live a Little, Love a Little (1968) as Director of Photography
A photographer tries to keep his conservative boss from learning that he's moonlighting for a girlie magazine.
14.
Sol Madrid (1968) as Director of Photography
An undercover narcotics agent tries to track a Mafia chief.
15.
Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding (1967) as Director of Photography
Four suitors pursue a pregnant singer to the maternity ward.
16.
One of Our Spies Is Missing (1966)
An enemy agent appeals to an aging British statesman with promises of a youth potion.
17.
The Spy With My Face (1966) as Director of Photography
Enemy agents turn one of their own into a dead ringer for Man from U.N.C.L.E. Napoleon Solo.
18.
The Hook (1963) as Camera Operator
Three soldiers in Korea go through inner torment when they're ordered to execute an enemy soldier.
19.
Bells Are Ringing (1960) as Camera Operator
An answering service operator gets mixed up in her clients' lives.
20.
Watusi (1959) as Camera Operator
In a remake of King Solomon's Mines, an African explorer leads a beautiful woman in search of a mythical treasure.
21.
Raintree County (1957) as Assistant Camera
In this sumptuous Civil War story, a willful southern belle goes mad out of fear that she may be part black.

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