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Also Known As: Died: December 8, 1988
Born: August 3, 1913 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Idaho, USA Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Bad Seed, The (1985) as Director Of Photography
This television remake of the 1954 Broadway stage hit and subsequent film two years later of Maxwell Anderson's play adapted from William March's tidy little horror novel (both starred Nancy Kelly as the horrified mother and Patty McCormack as the precious young daughter she discovers to be a murder
2.
Sam's Son (1984) as Director Of Photography
Michael Landon's semi-autobiographical sketch of his earlier life. It's the story of Gene Orowitz, a high school student struggling with his identity, who finds success as a javelin thrower on the track team.
3.
Agatha Christie's Sparkling Cyanide (1983) as Director Of Photography
This updated Christie whodunit, transplanted to Pasadena, California, involves visiting British journalist Anthony Andrews in the events surrounding the puzzling murder of American socialite Deborah Raffin's philandering sister, Christine Belford, and then the latter's husband, Josef Sommer, both of
4.
Agatha Christie's A Caribbean Mystery (1983) as Director Of Photography
Agatha Christie's redoubtable Jane Marple, intrepid amateur sleuth, belatedly came to television in the person of Helen Hayes to unravel a complex murder case at a colorful Caribbean resort (actually Santa Barbara, California) after a retired British Major is bumped off. This Americanized Christie m
5.
Splendor in the Grass (1981) as Director Of Photography
In this TV adaptation of Elia Kazan's notable 1961 film of William Inge's bittersweet drama of young love in 1928 Kansas, Melissa Gilbert and Cyril O'Reilly take the roles played originally by Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty as Deanie Loomis, the girl from the strict home who is on the verge of an em
6.
Diary of Anne Frank, The (1980) as Director Of Photography
Melissa Gilbert's version of the memorable drama recounting a Jewish teenager's ordeal hiding from the Nazis in occupied Amsterdam with her family and their friends for two years continued the star's projects (through her Half Pint Productions) to do new TV versions of film classics, including "The
7.
Changeling, The (1979) as Camera Operator 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
A recently widowed composer moves into an old mansion haunted by the ghost of a child who died there 70 years ago.
8.
Miracle Worker, The (1979) as Director Of Photography
Coming full circle, this television remake of the 1962 film tells once again about the relationship between young Helen Keller and her teacher, Anne Sullivan. Patty Duke Astin, who won her Academy Award for playing Helen Keller in the earlier version, here is cast as Anne Sullivan and received an Em
9.
Killing Stone (1978) as Director Of Photography
Returning from prison after serving ten years on trumped-up charges, a free-lance writer tries to uncover the truth behind a homicide involving the son of a U.S. Senator in this pilot for a prospective series.
10.
Lacy and the Mississippi Queen (1978) as Director Of Photography
This lighthearted Western was an unsuccessful series pilot in which two sisters -- a gun-toting tomboy and a beauty with an engaging smile -- team up to track down a pair of train robbers, suspects in the shooting of their father.
11.
Brenda Starr (1976) as Director Of Photography
The intrepid comic strip newspaperwoman follows a hot tip on a billionaire recluse and finds herself involved in voodoo, millions in extortion money, and strange doings in the jungles of Brazil. Pilot to prospective series.
12.
Loneliest Runner, The (1976) as Director Of Photography
A teenage loner who happens to be a gifted athlete must cope with personal shame and the angry accusations of his parents, especially his demanding mother, over his chronic bed-wetting, although his shame ironically results in his eventually becoming an Olympic gold-medalist runner. Michael Landon b
13.
Amelia Earhart (1976) as Director Of Photography
An ambitious movie biography of the famed aviatrix and her marriage to a noted publisher. Emmy nominations went to Susan Clark as Best Actress, Susan Oliver as Best Supporting Actress, and William Tuntke and Richard Freedman for their art direction and set decoration.
14.
It's Good to Be Alive (1974) as Director Of Photography
This movie details the struggles of former Brooklyn Dodger catcher Roy Campanella to adapt to life in a wheelchair following his crippling automobile accident in 1959. Cinematographer Ted Voigtlander was Emmy-nominated.
15.
Little House on the Prairie (1974) as Director Of Photography
Faithful adaptation of the charming book about a family's attempts to adjust to life on the Kansas frontier became the forerunner to the long-running TV series in which Michael Landon not only starred but which he also produced and frequently wrote and directed.
16.
Key West (1973) as Director Of Photography
An ex-CIA operative, running a boat service in Florida with an old buddy, finds himself the target of an ailing tycoon with a score to settle and becomes involved in a chase for evidence incriminating a U.S. Senator in this pilot for a prospective series.

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