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Walter M. Simonds

Walter M. Simonds


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Art Director (feature film)

Gumball Rally, The (1976) as Art Direction
A bored businessman spearheads a madcap race from coast to coast.
Ultimate Warrior, The (1975) as Art Direction
In a plague devastated world, one tired man finds a reason to fight.
Shell Game (1975)
A heist romp that has a convicted con man risking another prison term by setting out in Robin Hood style to fleece the crooked head of a big charity fund who has been diverting the money to cover gambling losses. This "Sting" carbon, spurred by the enormous success of the Newman-Redford movie, turne
Gun, The (1974)
The odyssey of an American handgun and the dramatic way it reshapes the lives of its various owners, in a plot similar to the famed overcoat in "Flesh and Fantasy" (1943).
Scream of the Wolf (1974)
A once-famous hunter comes out of retirement to help track down what seems to be a mad killer wolf and discovers that it is no mere animal he is stalking but an animal that may take human form.
Outrage! (1973)
In this film one man decides to wage war against a gang of teenage punks besieging an affluent community. Based on a true incident, this story originally was titled "One Angry Man."
Shirts/Skins (1973)
A sardonic comedy about six businessmen who find their zest for life rekindled when a simple bet after their weekly basketball game turns into a zany anything-goes hide-and-seek contest.
Guess Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed (1973)
A romantic comedy about a divorcee who wakes up one morning to find her penniless ex-husband, his new wife, their eight-week-old baby and their lion-chasing dog camped on her doorstep looking for a place to call home for a while.
Eyes of Charles Sand, The (1972)
A young man inherits the ability to see visions from beyond the grave after his uncle's sudden death and is persuaded to investigate a girl's story about her brother's alleged murder. Although no music score is credited because of a composer's strike against TV film packagers at the time, Henry Manc
One is a Lonely Number (1972) as Art Direction
A pretty divorcee tries to build a new life.
Napoleon and Samantha (1972) as Art Director
Two children run off with a pet lion.
The Omega Man (1971) as Art Director
The only human survivor of a biological war fights to end a plague that has turned everybody else into monsters.
Two on a Bench (1971)
Wacky comedy about a hip young lady and a square stockbroker who meet on a park bench in Boston and are picked up as international spies.
How Do I Love Thee? (1970) as Art Director
Pendulum (1969) as Production Design
A decorated police captain soon finds the tables turned on him when he''s accused of murdering his wife.
The Green Berets (1968) as Production Design
After vigorous training, two Army detachments see service in Vietnam.
P. J. (1968) as Art Director
Private eye P.J. is reluctant when he gets a new job: he shall protect Maureen Preble, mistress of millionaire Orbeson, mainly from attacks by his wife and her greedy family. In truth Orbeson plans a deadly intrigue in which P.J. is to play a central part. Meanwhile P.J. falls in love with Maureen and Orbeson's money.
Enter Laughing (1967) as Art Director
An aspiring actor gets a job with a broken-down theatre company.
Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round (1966) as Art Director
A sophisticated crook mounts an intricate plan to rob an airport bank.
Alvarez Kelly (1966) as Art Director
A suave Mexican cattleman inadvertently gets involved in the Civil War.
I Saw What You Did (1965) as Art Director
A prank call turns deadly when two teenagers dial a murderer''''s number.
The Stripper (1963) as Art Director
Lila Green is an insecure and aging showgirl for Madame Olga's stage shows. When her boyfriend, Rick, runs off with the shows money, Madame Olga and Ronny let Lila go. Lila goes to stay with her old neighbours, Helen Bard and her teenage son, Kenny. Lila decides to go out and get a regular job and try and live a normal life. All seem well until, Lila and Kenny stop fighting their attraction for one another.
State Fair (1962) as Art Director
Expectations are high as the Frake family arrives at the annual Texas State Fair.
The Second Time Around (1961) as Art Director
A widow with several children leaves New York City to become a ranch hand in territorial Arizona.
All Hands on Deck (1961) as Art Director
The Lost World (1960) as Art Director
A professor leads an expedition of scientists and adventurers deep in the Amazonian jungle to verify that dinosaurs still live there.
Flaming Star (1960) as Art Director
Sam Burton's second wife Neddy is Indian, their son Pacer a half-breed. As struggle starts between the whites and the Kiowas, the Burton family is split between loyalties. Neddy and Sam are killed; Pacer sides with the Indians, his half-brother Clint with the whites.
A Private's Affair (1959) as Art Director
Hound-Dog Man (1959) as Art Director
Two young boys spend the summer of 1912 having fun and games instead of working on the farm.
The Fiend Who Walked the West (1958) as Art Director
The Wayward Bus (1957) as Art Director

Production Designer (feature film)

McQ (1974) as Production Designer
A police lieutenant tackles corruption when his best friend is killed.
Cahill, U.S. Marshal (1973) as Production Design
A tough lawman has to bring in his own sons for a train robbery.

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