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

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Amazing Captain Nemo, The (1978) as Director Of Photography
Navy scientists find the legendary Captain Nemo living in suspended animation in his Nautilus on the bottom of the sea. He is revived and soon becomes involved in a war started by the King of Atlantis.
2.
Love Is Not Enough (1978) as Director Of Photography
An amiable comedy-drama about a black family which moves from Los Angeles to Detroit in search of a better life. "Harris and Company," the series that spun off from this film, ran briefly in the spring of 1979.
3.
Kate Bliss and the Ticker Tape Kid (1978) as Director Of Photography
A comedy Western about a turn-of-the-century lady investigator who goes to the wide-open spaces to capture a gang of outlaws led by a charming Robin Hood of the plains, leading a band of dispossessed ranchers against a stuffy English land baron who has cheated them out of their property.
4.
Flood! (1976) as Director Of Photography
Irwin Allen's first made-for-TV disaster movie follows the course charted by its wide-screen big brothers, only this time it's a small town about to be devastated by a flood when a faulty dam bursts. At a reported cost of $2.5 million, this was, according to network publicity, the most expensive film made to that time for television. A companion Irwin Allen movie called "Fire" was aired several weeks later, and then each was trimmed to ninety minutes and rerun as a TV double bill subsequently. This movie's formal title was "Irwin Allen's Production of 'Flood'."
5.
Rockford Files, The (1974) as Director Of Photography
The pilot to Garner's hit TV series that debuted in the fall of 1974 has the ex-con turned private eye investigating the death of a skid row bum after being convinced by the man's daughter that he was murdered. Santos and Margolin continued in the series in recurring roles, and Noah Beery was brough
6.
The Day of the Dolphin (1973)
After teaching dolphins to speak, a scientist tries to keep them from being used in an assassination plot.
7.
Banyon (1971) as Director Of Photography
An atmospheric pilot for the series (1972-73) about a private eye working the Los Angeles beat circa 1937. In this outing, he's embarrassed when a girl -- his client -- is found murdered in his office with his gun. The subsequent series starring Forster found Joan Blondell (in Hermione Gingold's pil
8.
Brewster McCloud (1970) as Director of Photography
A mysterious boy living in the Houston Astrodome dreams of building himself a pair of wings.
9.
Hello Down There (1969) as Underwater photog
A wacky inventor creates an underwater home and takes his family, including his teenage rock-band playing kids, to live in it.
10.
The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1969) as Helicopter cam
An aging lawman hears that his old nemesis is back in the area and planning a robbery.
11.
Daring Game (1968) as Underwater photog
12.
You Only Live Twice (1967) as Underwater photog
James Bond investigates a series attacks in space that could lead to nuclear war.
13.
Namu, the Killer Whale (1966) as Cinematographer
A marine biologist nurses a wounded orca and fights to protect it from local fishermen.
14.
Around the World Under the Sea (1966) as Dir underwater photog
An underwater team circles the globe to test an earthquake warning system.
15.
Thunderball (1965) as Underwater cam
James Bond hunts for stolen nuclear warheads in the Bahamas.
16.
Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) as Director of Photography
Animal doctors fight to protect the wildlife of Africa.
17.
Zebra in the Kitchen (1965) as Director of Photography
A young boy tries to liberate animals from the city zoo.
18.
Rhino! (1964) as Director of Photography
A scientist is forced to join forces with an unscrupulous African hunter.
19.
Flipper's New Adventure (1964) as Director of Photography
The heroic dolphin helps capture a group of escaped convicts.
20.
Flipper (1963) as Director of Photography
A fisherman in the Florida Keys opposes his son's friendship with a dolphin.
21.
September Storm (1960) as Underwater photog
22.
Don't Give Up the Ship (1959) as Underwater photog
A newlywed cannot remember what happened to the WWII battleship he commanded.
23.
Forbidden Island (1959) as Underwater cam
Jon Hall, Nan Adams, John Farrow, Jonathan Haze, Greigh Phillips, Tookie Evans, Martin Denny. A psychotic treasure hunter hires a freelance frogman to recover an emerald that went down in a shipwreck. The exotic theme song is performed by Martin Denny who also appears in the film.
24.
The Old Man and the Sea (1958) as Underwater photog
A Cuban fisherman believes his long dry spell will end when he catches a legendary fish.
25.
Underwater Warrior (1958) as Dir of underwater photog
A naval reserve man trains divers during the last days of World War II.
26.
Underwater! (1955) as Underwater photog
Divers race the clock to find a Caribbean treasure before modern-day pirates can catch up to them.

Producer (feature film)

27.
Namu, the Killer Whale (1966) as Associate Producer
A marine biologist nurses a wounded orca and fights to protect it from local fishermen.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

28.
Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977) as Underwater Photography
When a massive underwater craft abducts U.S. and Russian submarines, global tensions are heightened to the brink of war. In order to find the true culprit, James Bond (Agent 007) joins forces with beautiful Russian agent Anya Amasova. Together they follow a trail that leads to Karl Stromberg, a powerful shipping magnate who is implementing a horrific scheme for world domination. Bond struggles to foil the plot, but Stromberg has provided him with a most lethal adversary: Jaws, a seemingly indestructible steel-toothed giant. Agent 007's adventure takes him to the Egyptian pyramids, under the sea and to a mountaintop ski chase.
29.
Neptune Factor, The (1973) as Underwater Photography
Aboard the R/V Triton, the Project Neptune team is doing oceanographic research. Director Andrews is trying to keep the research going in spite of opposition from Foundation Head Sheppard. Below on the ocean floor, in the Sealab, the team led by Hamilton is about to return to the surface when the Sealab is ripped loose from it's moorings and sent careening into a trench. Trapped too deep for divers, the only chance is rescue by a new US Navy mini-sub, piloted by the arrogant Cdr Blake USN. Blake, Chief Diver MacKay, Diver Cousins & Dr. Jansen (Hamilton's fiance) dive in the mini sub to attempt the rescue of the trapped Hamilton & crew.

Cinematography (special)

30.
Catalina C-Lab (1982) as Director Of Photography
The story, set off California's Catalina Island, follows the exploits of the oceanographers attached to the Gamma Foundation, a marine research center. The pilot episode depicts the efforts of the oceanographers to disarm a live, stray mine that threatens to destroy the foundation.
31.
Return of Captain Nemo, The (1978) as Director Of Photography
On March 16, 1877, while searching for the lost kingdom of Atlantis, the submarine Nautilus wedges itself under a coral reef. Unable to free the submarine, its captain, Nemo, suspends himself in a crystalline chamber. One hundred years later, during U.S. Navy war games, divers Tom Franklin and Jim P

Film Production - Main (special)

32.
Blue Water Hunters (1992) as Additional Photography
A documentary about "free diving," the art of deep-sea diving without scuba gear or aeration devices.

Cinematography (special)

33.
Manions of America, The (1981) as Director Of Photography (Part 2)
This handsome romantic drama chronicling the lives of two 19th-century families -- one Irish, the other English -- and the American family dynasties they began, was the collaborative work of daytime soap opera queen Agnes Nixon (creator of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," among others) and

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