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Bernard Robinson

Bernard Robinson



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Art Director (feature film)

Dracula Has Risen From the Grave (1969) as Art Director
Dracula goes after the niece of the monsignor who destroyed his castle.
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969) as Art Director
Baron Frankenstein blackmails a brother and sister into helping him with a brain transplant.
Five Million Years to Earth (1968) as Supv art dir
Subway excavations unearth a deadly force from beyond space and time.
The Devil's Bride (1968) as Supv art dir
Small town Satanists lure an innocent brother and sister into their coven.
Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) as Production Design
Baron Frankenstein puts a wrongly executed man's brain into a beautiful woman's body.
The Mummy's Shroud (1967) as Production Design
The words on an Egyptian prince''''s burial shroud revive a vengeful mummy.
Rasputin--The Mad Monk (1966) as Production Design
A Russian monk claiming healing powers insinuates himself into Russia's royal family.
The Devil's Own (1966) as Production Design
Following a horrifying experience with the occult in Africa, a schoolteacher moves to a small English village, only to discover that black magic resides there as well.
The Reptile (1966) as Production Design
Indian snake worshippers turn an explorer's daughter into a hideous monster.
Dracula--Prince of Darkness (1966) as Production Design
Four travelers unwittingly revive the bloodsucking count.
The Plague of the Zombies (1966) as Production Design
A small town noble uses zombies to work his tin mine and kill his enemies.
The Secret of Blood Island (1965) as Production Design
Malaya 1944: many US soldiers have been captured by the Japanese, when they were cut off from their troops. On her way to Kualumpar the English secret agent Elaine is shot down in her plane near such a prison camp. The men hide her eagerly among them, but when the Japanese threaten them with torture, their moral weakens.
The Brigand of Kandahar (1965) as Production Design
Ronald Lewis, Oliver Reed, Duncan Lamont, Yvonne Romain, Catherine Woodville, Glyn Houston, Sean Lynch. After facing court martial for false charges of cowardice, a half caste British officer joins a gang of roving bandits in India while plotting his revenge.
These Are the Damned (1965) as Production Design
Children bred to survive a nuclear holocaust escape from a top-secret military facility.
The Gorgon (1965) as Production Design
A mythical monster turns men to stone in a remote European village.
The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1965) as Production Design
An unearthed mummy returns to life to claim the reincarnation of his lost love.
Nightmare (1964) as Production Design
Janet is a young student at a private school; her nights are troubled by horrible dreams in which she sees her mother, who is in fact locked in an insane asylum, haunting her. Expelled because of her persistent nightmares, Janet is sent home where the nightmares continue.
The Crimson Blade (1964) as Production Design
Lionel Jeffries, Oliver Reed, Jack Hedley, June Thorburn, Michael Ripper, Harold Goldblatt, Suzan Farmer. In 17th century England, Jack Hedley and June Thornburn battle for the Royalist cause against Colonel Judd (Lionel Jeffries) while Oliver Reed hovers in between as a love-smitten, treacherous turncoat. Directed by John Gilling who went on to do such memorable Hammer Titles as THE REPTILE and THE PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES.
The Devil-Ship Pirates (1964) as Production Design
A pirate crew convinces a small English village that the Spanish Armada has defeated the British.
Paranoiac (1963) as Production Design
Simon Ashby is a wealthy psychotic who is is coddled by his mother in their palatial mansion outside of London. One day, Ashby's long lost brother mysteriously arrives at the house, but events prove that he is an impostor, sent by Keith Kossett, son of the attorney for the family estate, who has been dipping into the family trust fund.
The Kiss of the Vampire (1963) as Production Design
Gerald and Marianne Harcourt are traveling by car when the car breaks down and they have to spend a few days in a small, remote village. It doesn't take long before they are invited to Dr. Ravna's castle. Without their knowledge, Dr. Ravna is the leader of a vampire cult, and he has become astonished by Marianne's beauty...
The Old Dark House (1963) as Art Director
An eccentric millionaire invites a car salesman to visit his decaying family home.
The Pirates of Blood River (1962) as Production Design
Pirates force a young prisoner to join their bloodthirsty crew.
The Phantom of the Opera (1962) as Production Design
Retelling of the story of a new opera disrupted by the actions of a deformed specter of the show''s past who has an obsession with a chorus girl.
Night Creatures (1962) as Production Design
In this engaging costume melodrama of skulduggery on the low seas set back in the 18th-century, the Royal Crown suspects a bit of smuggling is going on in this locale, and they send Captain Collier (Patrick Allen) and his crew to check it out. As the Captain gets into his investigation, mysterious swamp phantoms cloud up the real issue which seems plain enough to see. Captain Collier suspects that the odd village vicar (Peter Cushing) might be hiding something, and what better way to do that than by fortuitous ghosts to scare away the curious, or by posing as someone he is not?
The Terror of the Tongs (1961) as Production Design
A secret society in Hong Kong holds a British ship''s captain hostage.
The Shadow of the Cat (1961) as Production Design
The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1961) as Art Director
An eminent doctor releases a dark force from within himself.
Passport to China (1961) as Art Director
The Curse of the Werewolf (1961) as Production Design
The story of a young man in Spain who faces the challenges of becoming a werewolf.
Cash on Demand (1961) as Production Design
A charming but ruthless criminal holds the family of a bank manager hostage as part of a cold-blooded plan to steal money.
Scream of Fear (1961) as Production Design
A wheelchair-bound heiress doubts her sanity when she sees her dead father''''s body around the family estate.
Never Take Candy From a Stranger (1961) as Art Director
A man meets official resistance when he finds his daughter has been the victim of the pedophile patriarch of a powerful family.
The Brides of Dracula (1960) as Production Design
A handsome vampire stalks the students at a remote girl''s school.
The Stranglers of Bombay (1960) as Production Design
Interoffice politics complicate a British agent''''s fight to stop a murderous cult in India.
The Mummy (1959) as Production Design
A resurrected mummy stalks the archaeologists who defiled his tomb.
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959) as Production Design
Sherlock Holmes investigates the haunting of an isolated British estate by a murderous canine.
Yesterday's Enemy (1959) as Production Design
A British captain will stop at nothing to capture a Burmese village from the Japanese.
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1959) as Art Director
A proper English gentleman, traveling in the American West, inadvertently stops an Indian attack on the stagecoach in which he is a passenger. When the stage gets to the nearest town, the raucous Fractured Jaw--which is being plagued by unruly cowbys, bandits and marauding Indians--the story spreads, and he is appointed sheriff.
Horror of Dracula (1958) as Art Direction
The legendary count tries to turn his enemies' women into his bloodthirsty brides.
The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958) as Production Design
After escaping execution, a mad scientist moves his experiments to a German hospital.
Enemy from Space (1957) as Art Director
Professor Quatermass, still shook up from London's refusal to proceed with his project to colonize the Moon, is intrigued by the mysterious traces that have been showing up on his radar - meteorites crashing down?. Following them to the place where they should be landing he finds a destroyed village, a mysterious factory too close to his designs for the Moon colony for comfort, and some strange, aerodynamic objects containing a mysterious, ammonia-based gas that infects one of his assistants. Officially, the factory is producing synthetic food; but despite the veil of secrecy surrounding it Quatermass succeeds in finding out it harbours aliens with deadly designs on the Earth... Second in Hammer Films' trio of screen versions for Nigel Kneale's classic 1950s BBC serials, with the same director and star as 1955's "The Quatermass Experiment".
The Abominable Snowman (1957) as Production Design
Kill Me Tomorrow (1957) as Art Director
A boozy old reporter finds his life is falling apart around him. He loses his wife and then his job. He is dragged back to reality when his son needs help. He goes to ask for his old job back but finds his old boss dead in the office ...
The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) as Production Design
A scientist's attempts to create life unleash a bloodthirsty monster.
The Ship That Died Of Shame (1956) as Art Direction
World War II veterans buy the ship they once served on and turn it into a smuggling boat.
Reach for the Sky (1956) as Art Director
A double amputee fights to master his artificial legs and become a World War II flying ace.
Sea Shall Not Have Them, The (1955) as Art Direction
During WW2, a British bomber equipage is forced down in the British Chanel. Trying to keep the moral, they talk about their lives waiting the rescue they sure will come. And they're right, every possible attempts are made by the special rescue team unities.
The Good Die Young (1954) as Art Direction
Four thieves think back on the problems that led them to a daring heist.

Art Department (feature film)

Watch It, Sailor! (1961)
Before he can marry, a sailor has to prove that he''''s not already a father.

Production Designer (feature film)

Run a Crooked Mile (1969)
A thriller about a math teacher in Europe who stumbles onto a plot to manipulate the international gold standard and becomes the prime target of high-level conspirators.
Man Who Could Cheat Death, The (1959) as Production Design
A remake of "The Man in Half Moon Street" (1944) (qv.). Dr. Bonner plans to live forever through periodic gland transplants from younger, healthier human victims. Bonner looks about 40; he's really 104 years old. But people are starting to get suspicious, and he may not make 200.

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