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

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Invisible Strangler (1984) as Cinematographer
A convicted strangler, studying the paranormal in his jail cell, learns to make himself invisible. As an invisible man, he escapes from prison to stalk and strangle the five women who testified against him at his trial. Robert Foxworth plays the police lieutenant assigned to protect them, and to catch the invisible strangler.
2.
Murder in Music City (1979) as Director Of Photography
A brash songwriter who buys a detective business as a tax shelter finds himself and his photographer's model cum bride involved in a puzzling murder -- when a dead body turns up in their honeymoon suite -- and a trail that leads them to Nashville.
3.
Concrete Cowboys, The (1979) as Director Of Photography
Country singer Jerry Reed and Tom Selleck, in his first major role in a made-for-TV movie (following the miniseries, "The Sacketts"), are a pair of good old boys from Montana who make their way to Nashville, are approached by Morgan Fairchild to help locate her missing sister, an aspiring singer, an
4.
Firehouse (1973) as Director Of Photography
Conflict erupts within a close-knit engine company of a big city fire department when a black recruit and a bigoted white veteran clash during a wave of suspected arson in the ghetto. Pilot to the short-lived series that began a run in January 1974, with James Drury (replacing Vince Edwards) and Ric
5.
Class of '63 (1973) as Director Of Photography
A campus reunion is the setting for a jealous husband to take revenge on his wife's former lover, his college rival, still convinced that the two are seeing each other after all these years.
6.
Sandcastles (1972) as Director Of Photography
A ghostly romance between a lonely young girl and the handsome victim of an auto accident who had died in her arms but later is discovered wandering on the beach. This was the first TV-movie using a single camera videotape system, later being transferred to film.
7.
Footsteps (1972) as Director Of Photography
A win-or-else coach, hired to whip a small college football team into shape, finds himself in trouble with professional gamblers who plan to set the odds of the squad's success.
8.
Rainbow Bridge (1972) as 2d unit cam
At the Rainbow Bridge Occult Meditation Center in Hawaii, a group of young people were engaged in work to expand consciousness when iconic guitarist Jimi Hendrix arrived to perform for them. In what was to be his last live concert in the United States, Hendrix, along with band-mates Billy Cox and Mi
9.
Clay Pigeon (1971) as Director of Photography
A Vietnam veteran has been using illegal drugs, but eventually decides that he wants to escape that life. But before he can leave it behind, an FBI narcotics agent recruits him to go undercover in Los Angeles to help expose other ex-soldiers who involved in drug dealing.
10.
Chandler (1971) as Director of Photography
A former private eye lands in hot water when he agrees to protect a government witness.
11.
Tiger by the Tail (1970) as Director of Photography
12.
The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1969) as Camera
13.
The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell (1968) as Director of Photography
14.
Panic in the City (1968) as Director of Photography
15.
The Money Jungle (1968) as Director of Photography
16.
The Destructors (1968) as Director of Photography
Secret agents fight to protect the jewels powering a deadly laser weapon.
17.
It's a Bikini World (1967) as Director of Photography
When a female scientist turns down a playboy's pass, he poses as his own brother to win her heart.
18.
8 on the Lam (1967) as Director of Photography
After he is falsely accused of embezzling at the bank where he works, a widower, his seven children, and their maid find themselves on the lam.
19.
Track of Thunder (1967) as Director of Photography
20.
Spree (1967) as Director of Photography
21.
Country Boy (1966) as Director of Photography
22.
Dimension 5 (1966) as Director of Photography
An American intelligence agent, aided by a Chinese-American female agent, uses a time-travel belt to thwart Chinese operatives who are attempting to import to Los Angeles the materials to make an atomic bomb.
23.
The Bob Hope Vietnam Christmas Show (1966) as Director of Photography
24.
Saturday Night Bath in Apple Valley (1965) as Director of Photography
25.
Lehi (1963) as Photog for prolog
26.
Thunder Road (1958) as Director of Photography
A fast-driving moonshiner locks horns with a Chicago gangster.
27.
Untamed Mistress (1957) as Director of Photography
28.
Affair in Havana (1957) as Photography
29.
Please Murder Me (1956) as Director of Photography
30.
Air Strike (1955) as Photography
31.
The Hindu (1953) as Photography
Gunga Ram (Nino Marcel), a young elephant trainer, swears vengeance on the killers of his sister Indria (Lisa Howard) and her husband on the orders of the religious fire-cult leaders, the High Priestess (June Foray) and Ashok (Victor Jory). The Maharajah of Bakore (Lou Krugman) disbelieves him and Gunga Ram is also opposed by the Maharajah's General Pollegar (Boris Karloff). Gunga Ram sets out to expose and destroy the fire shrine of Sabaka.
32.
Sundown Riders (1948) as Photography
This film was produced and released in 1944 by Film Enterprises for the 16mm school-and-institutional market, and was picked up and released in 1948 by Astor for theatrical 35mm showings. Both versions finds the citizens of Rockford upset over a series of murders and robberies. The Sundowners, Andy Clyde (Andy Clyde), Jay Kirby (Jay Kirby) and Russ Wade (Russell Wade), ride into Rockford and innocently takes jobs with Tug Wilson (Jack Ingram) and his tough crew of line riders, who are in cahoots with Yeager (Hal Price) in a big land swindle scheme. The Sundowners fight their way out of Wilson's camp, and seeing a runaway, give chase and rescue Donna Fraser (Evelyn Finley, who, in the real world, could outride all three of them), daughter of Dan Fraser (Steve Clark), who owns the land Yeager is after. They join forces with local Ranger Bob Casey (Marshall Reed) against the Wilson/Yeager faction. Seeking to escape, Wilson kills Yeager, kidnaps Donna and heads for the Mexican border. The Sundowners and Casey, aided by a faithful Indian friend (Bill Hazlet/Chief Many Treaties), ride down the outlaws and rescue Donna.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

33.
Day the Lord Got Busted, The (1976) as Photography
When a drifter named Matthew gets on stage at a tent revival show, he cons the audience so successfully that the crooked preacher makes him his protege. Before long, Matthew is a successful rock and roll envangelist raking in the cash and indulging in all the vices he can find.
34.
Death Is Not the End (1976) as Photography
35.
Dear Mr. Gable (1968) as Original Photography
Burgess Meredith narrates this documentary about the off-screen life of one of Hollywood's most masculine stars, Clark Gable.

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