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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Hamlet (1964) as Bernardo

Cinematography (feature film)

2.
Nicholas and Alexandra (1971) as Director of Photography
Story of Russia's last czar, Nicolas II, and his ill-fated family.
3.
Ryan's Daughter (1970) as Director of Photography
An Irish lass is branded a traitor when she falls for a British soldier.
4.
Sinful Davey (1969) as Director of Photography
Love complicates a 19th-century Scot's efforts to follow in his father's criminal footsteps.
5.
Battle of Britain (1969) as Director of Photography
England defends itself against the Nazi Blitz.
6.
The Deadly Affair (1967) as Director of Photography
A secret agent investigates the tangled affairs surrounding a government official's suicide.
7.
You Only Live Twice (1967) as Director of Photography
James Bond investigates a series attacks in space that could lead to nuclear war.
8.
Rotten to the Core (1965) as Director of Photography
Rogues Jelly Knight, Scapa Flood, and Lennie the Dip leave prison expecting boss The Duke to have their stash ready to share out. Instead, Duke's girl Sara gives them the news Duke is dead and the money gone on nursing care. They soon discover that Duke is actually running Hope Springs Nature Clinic with the help of most of the local villains. Very strange - and the nearby army camp and Sara's encouragement of Lieutenant Vine would seem to be no coincidence either.
9.
Doctor Zhivago (1965) as Director of Photography
Illicit lovers fight to stay together during the turbulent years of the Russian Revolution.
10.
Lord Jim (1965) as Director of Photography
After turning coward, a naval officer tries to redeem himself by helping Asian natives stage a revolution.
11.
The 7th Dawn (1964) as Director of Photography
A World War II veteran stays behind in Malaya to fight off Communist insurgents.
12.
Macbeth (1963) as Director of Photography
13.
Lawrence of Arabia (1962) as Director of Photography
A British military officer enlists the Arabs for desert warfare in World War I.
14.
Loss of Innocence (1961) as Director of Photography
A European vacation turns a teenaged girl into a woman.
15.
Gorgo (1961) as Director of Photography
Entrepreneurs capture a giant sea monster not realizing it's really an infant with a protective mother.
16.
Hand in Hand (1961) as Director of Photography
17.
Gideon of Scotland Yard (1959) as Director of Photography
A Scotland Yard inspector struggles to get through a typical day on the job.
18.
Solomon and Sheba (1959) as Director of Photography
Epic tale of the Biblical king''s seduction by a pagan queen.
19.
The Wreck of the Mary Deare (1959) as Addl photog
The skipper of a sunken ship stands trial for negligence.
20.
The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958) as Director of Photography
A missionary fights to bring Christianity and modern ways to China.
21.
Indiscreet (1958) as Director of Photography
A tycoon pretends to be married while courting a beautiful actress.
22.
I Accuse! (1958) as Director of Photography
True story of writer Emile Zola's defense of Alfred Dreyfus, a Jewish army officer framed by anti-Semites.
23.
The Little Hut (1957) as Photography
A neglected wife is shipwrecked on a desert island with her husband and her would-be lover.
24.
Island in the Sun (1957) as Director of Photography
Set on a fictitious island in the Carribean during colonial British rule. It focuses on the life of a young charismatic and handsome black male with political aspirations. He finds himself confused on returning home when his romantic liaison with a white female tends to conflict with his political views. As rumor has it an interracial screen kiss caused quite a commotion in the U.S. when the film was released. The plot is further strengthened by a look at the lives of a white ex-pat family also living on the island. The family has to deal with problems of infidelity, racism and murder.
25.
The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1957) as Director of Photography
Poet Elizabeth Barrett defies her tyrannical father for the love of Robert Browning.
26.
Beyond Mombasa (1957) as Director of Photography
Cornel Wilde, Donna Reed, Leo Genn, Ron Randell, Christopher Lee, Dan Jackson. Cornel Wilde goes to Africa to help his brother mine uranium but, upon arrival, he discovers that his sibling has been murdered by a quasi-religious cult called The Leopard Men. Or at least that's what his late brother's two unscrupulous partners tell him.
27.
Bhowani Junction (1956) as Director of Photography
An Anglo-Indian beauty falls for a British officer as her country fights for independence.
28.
Invitation to the Dance (1956) as Dir of photog "Circus" and "Ring Around the Rosy"
Three stories told in dance: a circus clown loves a trapeze artist; a bracelet passes from one lover to another; a sailor enters an animated Arabian Nights fantasy.
29.
Lust for Life (1956) as Director of Photography
Passionate biography of painter Vincent van Gogh, whose genius drove him mad.
30.
Bedevilled (1955) as Director of Photography
A novice priest offers sanctuary to a girl on the run from gangsters.
31.
Knights of the Round Table (1954) as Director of Photography
Queen Guinevere is torn between love for her husband and Sir Lancelot.
32.
The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954) as Loc cam
A writer recalls his turbulent marriage to an expatriate heiress.
33.
Betrayed (1954) as Director of Photography
During World War II, a U.S. officer falls for a Resistance fighter suspected of being an enemy spy.
34.
Mogambo (1953) as Director of Photography
In this remake of Red Dust, an African hunter is torn between a lusty showgirl and a married woman.
35.
Terror on a Train (1953) as Director of Photography
It's a race against the clock to defuse a time bomb on board a train filled with high explosives.
36.
Ivanhoe (1952) as Director of Photography
Sir Walter Scott's classic tale of the noble knight torn between his fair lady and a beautiful Jew.
37.
Calling Bulldog Drummond (1951) as Director of Photography
The British sleuth comes out of retirement to help catch a band of thieves armed with military weapons.
38.
Treasure Island (1950) as Photography
A young boy and a pirate clash over buried treasure.
39.
Edward, My Son (1949) as Photography
A possessive father destroys anyone who threatens his plans for his son.
40.
Conspirator (1949) as Photography
A newlywed suspects her husband of being a Communist spy.
41.
Escape (1948) as Director of Photography
An ex-RAF flier is sentenced to three years in prison for accidentally killing a detective.
42.
So Well Remembered (1947) as Director of Photography
A mill-owner's ambitious daughter almost ruins her husband's political career.
43.
The Young Mr. Pitt (1943) as Director of Photography
44.
Haunted Honeymoon (1940) as Photography
45.
Queen of Destiny (1940) as Director of Photography
46.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) as Photography
A cold-hearted teacher becomes the school favorite when he's thawed by a beautiful young woman.
47.
Nurse Edith Cavell (1939) as Director of Photography
English nurse Edith Cavell is matron in a small private hospital in German-occupied Brussels during WWI. When the son of a recently deceased patient escapes from a German prisoner-of-war camp, Cavell aids him to reach Holland and safety. This leads to Cavell, a local noblewoman, the grandmother of the escaped prisoner-of-war, and others to form an organization to help Belgian, French, English and other soldiers escape as well. Eventually the Germans become aware of what's happening and take action.
48.
The Rat (1938) as Camera
49.
Victoria the Great (1937) as Camera
50.
Peg of Old Drury (1936) as Photography
51.
Nell Gwyn (1935) as Photography
King Charles II first meets Nell Gwyn after seeing her do a turn at Drury Lane. They soon become close, the King preferring her feisty irreverent company to that of the aristocratic French Duchess of Portsmouth. Nell becomes his most loyal subject, while ever-ready to take the Duchess down a peg. But the actress can never hope to be fully accepted by the King's circle despite his constant attentions.
52.
Runaway Queen (1934) as Photography
53.
Yes, Mr. Brown (1933) as Photography
54.
Bitter Sweet (1933) as Camera
55.
USC vs. Tulane (1932) as Assistant Camera
56.
Magic Night (1932) as Camera

Film Production - Main (feature film)

57.
The Winslow Boy (1948) as Photography
When their son is expelled from school for theft, a married couple demands a fair trial.
58.
49th Parallel (1941) as Photography
The crew of a stranded German U-boat tries to evade capture in Canada during World War II.

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