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Owen Marsh

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

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Dance 'till Dawn (1988)
A movie that follows the lives of several young people and their parents during a whacky and unpredictable Senior Prom night.
2.
Anatomy of an Illness (1984)
Humanitarian, lecturer and "Saturday Review" editor, Norman Cousins' controversial decision in the mid-1960's to cure himself of a debilitating spinal disorder after the medical community gave up hope provides the thrust of this dramatization of his book. Despite the physical disparity between Cousi
3.
Long Way Home, A (1981)
Timothy Hutton is a married teenager obsessed with finding his long-lost brother and sister years after all three, as youngsters, had been placed with different families following their abandonment by their migrant worker parents. Brenda Vaccaro is the compassionate social worker who at first reluct
4.
Marva Collins Story, The (1981)
Cicely Tyson was Emmy-nominated as Outstanding Actress for her portrait of a Chicago schoolteacher whose remarkable achievements with black children labelled "unteachable" were spotlighted in a 1979 "60 Minutes" segment about how she became disillusioned with the traditional school system and decide
5.
Promise of Love, The (1980)
Teenage bride Bertinelli becomes a war widow when her Marine Corps husband Andy Romano is killed in Vietnam, and into her life comes a civilian recreation director (Parker) who works at Camp Pendleton in this romantic young love drama that originally was titled "Personal Effects."
6.
Portrait of a Rebel: Margaret Sanger (1980)
A fact-based story about that controversial crusader for women's rights.
7.
Death Scream (1975)
An all-star suspense drama about a young woman whose murder was witnessed by fifteen of her neighbors who did nothing to help and refused to cooperate with the police. Based on an actual event, this was filmed under the title "Homicide" and in its repeat showing was called "The Woman Who Cried Murde
8.
Alice Doesn't Live Here Any More (1974)
A widow dreaming of a singing career ends up waiting tables in Phoenix.
9.
Advance to the Rear (1964) as Asst cam op
Civil War rejects are sent to the West, supposedly out of harm's way.

Cinematography (special)

10.
Caddie Woodlawn (1990) as Camera Operator
A two-part presentation of "WonderWorks." Tells the story of a young pioneer girl in Wisconsin who learns what it means to become a young woman. In Part I, Cousin Annabelle comes to visit, and Caddie gets some unwelcome lessons on being a young lady. In Part II, news of Indian massacres frightens th

Cinematography (special)

11.
Fatal Vision (1984)
The much-acclaimed dramatization of Joe McGinniss' best-seller about Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald, the former Green Beret captain accused, then cleared, in the brutal murders of his wife and daughters in February 1970, won Emmy Award nominations for the film itself as Outstanding Drama Special as well as f

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