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Herbert Smith

Herbert Smith



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Director (feature film)


Cast (feature film)

A Taste of Honey (1962) as Shoe shop proprietor
Deserted by her mother, a pregnant teen turns to a gay friend for help.

Cinematography (feature film)

Loophole (1986) as Camera Operator
Wild Geese II (1985) as Camera Operator
Fanny Hill (1983) as Camera Operator
Conan The Barbarian (1982) as Camera Operator
Young Conan''s parents are murdered by a horde of vicious warriors who then enslave the young child for years. He is eventually released from slavery and taught the ancient arts of fighting. Transforming himself into a killing machine, Conan travels into the wilderness seeking vengeance on the man responsible for his family''s murder.
Bear Island (1979) as Camera Operator
A group of people converge on a barren Arctic island. They have their reasons for being there but when a series of mysterious accidents and murders take place, a whole lot of darker motives become apparent. Could the fortune in buried Nazi gold be the key to the mystery? Donald Sutherland and Vanessa Redgrave investigate.
All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)
Highly-acclaimed remake of the 1930 film classic about a young generation's disillusionment and eventual destruction by war. Richard Thomas and Ernest Borgnine took the roles played in the original by Lew Ayres and Louis Wolheim. This version received seven Emmy Award nominations: Outstanding Drama,
Absolution (1978) as Camera Operator
At a Catholic public school, Benjamin Stanfield is tired of being the teacher's pet and decides to play a practical joke on his form master Father Goddard. In confession, Stanfield tells Goddard that he has accidentally murdered his friend Blakey and buried him in the forest. When Goddard investigates the matter, he finds a buried scarecrow. Goddard is outraged, but, due to the seal of confession, he knows he cannot expel Stanfield. Shortly after, Stanfield once again enters the confession booth, telling Goddard that what before was a practical joke, he has now made happen. In disbelief, Goddard once again goes to the forest to investigate the matter. This time, he discovers Blakey's dead body. The plot soon thickens as Stanfield's fellow student Arthur Dyson mysteriously disappears. In confession, Stanfield claims to have murdered him too. Outside of confession, he denies everything, leaving Goddard powerless. Confused by murders he is not allowed to talk about, Father Goddard starts to go mad. He eventually murders Stanfield with a spade, only to discover that his pet student never confessed to anything but the initial scarecrow prank. After that, another student, who is a great voice impersonator, decided to take a hideous revenge on Goddard, taking advantage of the confession booth where one whispers and cannot be seen.
Four Feathers, The (1978)
The fifth filming of the adventure classic about a British soldier in the 1880s who fights to regain his honor after being given four white feathers, symbols of cowardice. Previously made in 1921, 1929, 1939 and 1956. Olga Lehmann received an Emmy Award-nomination for her period costumes.
The Wilby Conspiracy (1975) as Camera Operator
An African activist and an Englishman join forces to battle a corrupt government official in South Africa.
Baffled (1973)
An American race driver has visions that are premonitions of danger and joins with a lady psychiatrist, specializing in ESP, to prevent future tragedies and sort out his unaccountable images.
Straw Dogs (1972) as Camera Operator
Upon moving to Britain to get away from American violence, astrophysicist David Sumner and his wife Amy are bullied and taken advantage of by the locals hired to do contruction. When David finally takes a stand it escalates quickly into a bloody battle as the locals assault his house.
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (1972) as Camera Operator
A couple uses extremely black comedy to survive taking care of a daughter who is nearly completely brain dead. They take turns doing the daughter's voice and stare into the eyes of death and emotional trauma with a humor that hides their pain.
The Scapegoat (1959) as Camera Operator
A man is tricked into trading places with a look-alike nobleman with murderous plans.

Producer (feature film)

6.5 Special (1958)
A spin-off from the BBC television show. At the suggestion of her girlfriend, a young singer decides to try and make her name in London. Catching the overnight '6.5 Special' the two find the train full of 1950's British pop stars only too ready to burst into song. As the presenters of the show are also on board, our heroine is assured of a spot on the following Saturday's 'Six Five Special'.
Cat Girl (1957) as Producer
Jury's Evidence (1936) as Producer
It's You I Want (1936) as Producer

Art Director (feature film)

Game For Vultures (1979) as Art Direction
Paper Tiger (1975) as Art Direction
Mutation, The (1974) as Art Direction
Students have been going missing from the local college, and the one person who knows what's happened to them is Dr. Noller, a rogue biologist. Not satisfied with the pace of natural selection in driving evolution, Noller wants to push things further by creating his own genetically engineered creations. Having already created some amazing specimins by mixing the DNA of plants and animals, the doctor has now set his sights higher, and want to work on modifying humans, as well.
Catlow (1971) as Art Director
An outlaw tries to avoid both his friend, the marshal, and a sadistic bounty hunter in order to hijack a mule train loaded with two million dollars in gold. Based on the novel by Louis L'Armour.
Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx (1970) as Art Director
In Dublin, a working class family has been unsuccessful in convincing their son to get a real job: the son prefers his job of scooping up horse's dung and selling it for flower gardens. An American exchange student almost runs him over and gets to know him. The dung man has ignored warnings from his family and suddenly the horses have been banned from Dublin. His new love is leaving for America and he must find a way to cope with the new reality.
Tarzan and the Jungle Boy (1968) as Art Director
A reporter and her fiance are conducting a search in the jungle for a wild boy, the lost son of a downed geologist.
Shalako (1968) as Art Director
A seasoned tracker rides to the rescue when a European hunting party blunders into Indian territory.
Tarzan and the Great River (1967) as Art Director
Tarzan is summoned to Brazil by an old friend to stop an evil tribal cult from destroying native villages.
Dutchman (1966) as Art Director
Adaptation of LeRoi Jones' play takes place in a subway cer where a sluttish, red-necked, white woman passenger goes to heads with a young, black male passenger.
Swingers' Paradise (1965) as Art Director
A group of (literally) drifting popsters find themselves involved in a grim sand-and-sandals desert movie. They reckon a few song-and-dance numbers would liven things up.
The Hill (1965) as Art Director
Prisoners fight to survive the grueling conditions in a North African military stockade.
The 7th Dawn (1964) as Art Director
A World War II veteran stays behind in Malaya to fight off Communist insurgents.
The Running Man (1963) as Asst art dir
A man fakes his death to get back at the insurance company that denied an earlier claim.
Jason and the Argonauts (1963) as Art Director
The legendary hero enlists the help of the gods to steal the golden fleece.
Loss of Innocence (1961) as Assistant Prod des
A European vacation turns a teenaged girl into a woman.
The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961) as Art Director
A fading stage star gets caught up in the decadent life of modern Rome when she hires a male companion.
Portrait of a Sinner (1961) as Asst art dir
Woman Eater, The (1959) as Art Direction
A scientist discovers a female-eating plant and discovers that a serum derived from it holds the secrets to immortality. So, he lures women to his lab to provide the fuel for his maniacal experiment, but things go awry when the serum turns people into zombies.

Production Designer (feature film)

Paper Tiger (1975) as Production Design

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