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Arthur Lonergan

Arthur Lonergan



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Art Director (feature film)

The Todd Killings (1971) as Art Director
Plaza Suite (1971) as Production Design
A New York hotel room is the setting for three stories of romantic squabbles.
M*A*S*H (1970) as Art Director
The staff of a Korean War field hospital use humor to keep their sanity during wartime.
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) as Art Director
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.
Che! (1969) as Art Director
Fidel Castro is helped in his subversion of Batista's Cuban regime by an Argentinian doctor named Che Guevara.
Yours, Mine, and Ours (1968) as Art Director
A widow with eight children marries a widower with ten, then gets pregnant.
How Sweet It Is! (1968) as Art Director
A married couple''s working vacation in Paris turns into a battle to stay faithful.
Good Times (1967) as Art Director
Singers Sonny and Cher try to find the perfect script for their movie debut.
The Caper of the Golden Bulls (1967) as Art Director
Peter Churchman stopped robbing banks a long time ago and is now living as a wealthy and respected citizen in Pampelona, Spain. But then his former companion Angela appears and blackmails him to help her robbing the Spanish National Bank of Pampelona. He gives in and develops a brilliant plan... Will this be then end of his comfortable life?
The Oscar (1966) as Art Director
An unscrupulous actor fights his way to the top, destroying everyone in his path.
Tickle Me (1965) as Art Director
A singing cowboy signs on with an all-woman dude ranch.
Young Fury (1965) as Art Director
A group of young thugs rides into the town of Dawson and take it over. When the cowardly sheriff is unable to restore control, the parents of the leader must take action. The leader's father is an infamous ex-gunfighter, and he straps his guns on one more time. But will he be forced into a showdown with his own son?
Red Line 7000 (1965) as Art Director
The story of three racing drivers and three women, who constantly have to worry for the lives of their boyfriends. Jim Loomis and Mike Marsh drive for Pat Cassarian. Jim expects his fiancée Holly, but before she arrives, he dies in a race. Since she hasn't got the money to travel back, she stays. The young and very ambitious talent Ned Arp joins the team and immediately starts wooing Pat's sister Julie. Third in the team is womanizer Dan McCall, who brings with him his current girlfriend Gabrielle from Paris. So the basic theme of this soap is "Who with whom?"
Billie (1965) as Art Director
A high school girl''''s athletic prowess scandalizes a conservative small town.
Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964) as Art Director
Cmdr. Draper and Col. McReady are astronauts who are nearly smashed to smithereens by a passing meteor. McReady is killed, but Draper is able to abandon ship. He lands on the dusty, desolate surface of Mars with Mona, the test monkey. Draper befriends an escaped slave named Lundin and eventually learns how to breathe the Martians'' oxygen, eat their food, and drink their water.
For Those Who Think Young (1964) as Art Director
Teens fight to keep a wealthy businessman from shutting down their beachside hangout.
Papa's Delicate Condition (1963) as Art Director
A small-town family man gets into trouble whenever he drinks too much.
A New Kind of Love (1963) as Art Director
The fashion industry and Paris provide the setting for a comedy surrounding the mistaken impression that Joanne Woodward is a high-priced call girl. Paul Newman is the journalist interviewing her for insights on her profession.
Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963) as Art Director
A shy actor is tormented by fans who think he''''s as charismatic as his television character.
My Geisha (1962) as Art Director
Paul Robaix (Yves Montand) is a well known director, married to Lucy Dell (Shirley MacLaine), a famous movie star. Robaix wants to make a movie of the classic play Madame Butterfly, but he doesn't want his wife to play the leading part, as in his previous pictures. Producer Sam Lewis (Edward G. Robinson) and Lucy Dell think up a scheme to get her in the picture after all. Lucy disguises as a Geisha, and gets the leading part in the picture. When Robaix finds out he gets so mad, he wants to divorce Lucy...
Who's Got the Action? (1962) as Art Director
When Steve Flood's marriage is threatened by his gambling ways, his desperate wife concocts a scheme whereby she becomes his bookie. Suddenly he goes on a winning streak and the mob goes after her to eliminate their competition.
The Errand Boy (1961) as Art Director
Paramutual Pictures wants to know where all the money is going so they hire Morty to be their spy. Morty works for Mr. Sneak and gets a job in the mail room so that he can have access to the lot. But all that Morty ever finds is that he can cause havoc no matter what he does.
On the Double (1961) as Art Director
An American serviceman in World War II is forced to stand in for a British spy.
The Search for Bridey Murphy (1956) as Art Director
After being shown what hypnotism can do, a Doctor sets out to study it in depth. When experimenting on his friend's wife, she regresses back to an earlier life- that of Bridey Murphy. Several hypnotic sessions explore the life and death of Murphy, a 19th Century Irish lady who lived in Cork and Belfast from 1798 to 1864. The Doctor then attempts to verify if Bridey Murphy really existed.
Ransom! (1956) as Art Director
A wealthy couple tries to cope with the press and the police when their son is kidnapped.
Gun Brothers (1956) as Art Director
Two brothers end up on opposite sides of the law in the old West.
Forbidden Planet (1956) as Art Director
A group of space troopers investigates the destruction of a colony on a remote planet.
It's Always Fair Weather (1955) as Art Director
World War II buddies get mixed up with gangsters and an egotistical TV star when they hold a 10-year reunion.
The Tender Trap (1955) as Art Director
A swinging bachelor finds love when he meets a girl immune to his line.
The Actress (1953) as Art Director
True story of Ruth Gordon''''s early struggles on the road to stage stardom.
Ride, Vaquero! (1953) as Art Director
Ranchers in New Mexico have to face Indians and bandits.
Half a Hero (1953) as Art Director
A married writer moves to the suburbs to research a story.
The Sellout (1952) as Art Director
A small-town newspaper editor risks everything to expose a corrupt sheriff.
Young Man With Ideas (1952) as Art Director
A country lawyer moves his family to Los Angeles.
It's a Big Country: An American Anthology (1952) as Art Director
Seven stories celebrate the glorious diversity of American life.
Apache War Smoke (1952) as Art Director
A killer joins stagecoach passengers under attack by Indians.
Holiday for Sinners (1952) as Art Director
Three old friends reunite during Mardi Gras and try to forget their problems.
The Man with a Cloak (1951) as Art Director
A mystery man tries to help a young innocent escape a murderous housekeeper.
Cause for Alarm! (1951) as Art Director
A woman fights to intercept a letter in which her husband tries to prove her guilty of murder.
Rich, Young and Pretty (1951) as Art Director
A rancher's daughter visits Paris to meet her mother and find love.
Bannerline (1951) as Art Director
An idealistic small-town reporter tries to fight corruption.
The Magnificent Yankee (1951) as Art Director
True story of the lifelong love affair between Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and his wife.
A Life of Her Own (1950) as Art Director
An innocent small-town girl climbs to the top of the modeling business man by man.
The Cariboo Trail (1950) as Art Director
A cattleman fights to establish a ranch in the middle of gold country.
Mrs. Mike (1949) as Art Director
Outpost in Morocco (1949) as Art Director
In the middle of a desert war, a Foreign Legionnaire falls for his Arab enemy's daughter.
Man-Eater of Kumaon (1948) as Art Director
Pitfall (1948) as Art Director
A married insurance man falls for a criminal''s girlfriend.
Song of My Heart (1948) as Art Director
The Tender Years (1948) as Art Director
The first of the Edward L. Alperson "Alson Productions" for 20th Century-Fox distribution, featuring the return to the screen, after nearly a four-year absence, of comedian Joe E. Brown, in a non-comedic role. The story is set in a small mid-western town in the 1880's, where minister William "Will" Norris (Joe E. Brown) becomes involved in the vicious fights held in the local dog-pit when one of the injured animals escapes its brutal master and seeks refuge in the Norris home. Forced by law to return the dog to its owner, the minister goes against his religious teachings and, with his son Ted (Richard Lyon), steals the dog in an effort to rouse public sympathy against the dog fights and against cruelty to all animals. The film was endorsed in many locations by local chapters of the American Humane Society and/or the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Intrigue (1947) as Art Director
Black Beauty (1946) as Art Director
A motherless girl searches for the horse she raised.

Art Director (special)

The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1961) as Art Director
A musical adaptation of the German legend about a town infested with rats, and of a wanderer who uses his magical flute to lure the rodents out of the town of Hamelin.

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