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Also Known As: Died: November 10, 1993
Born: June 20, 1908 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: California, USA Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Munster's Revenge, The (1981) as Director Of Photography
In the popular tradition of TV "reunion" movies, this film had the lovable Munster family again taking up residence at 1313 Mockingbird Lane fifteen years after their original show had been relegated to that big syndication series in the sky. Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo and Al Lewis reprising their
2.
Murder That Wouldn't Die, The (1980) as Director Of Photography
William Conrad stars as a retired L.A.P.D. detective who has moved to Hawaii and taken a job as college security chief and assistant football coach in this pilot to a post-"Cannon" series to have been called "Battles". With the aid of his niece, the school's star football player, a local tough-turne
3.
Nude Bomb, The (1980) as Director Of Photography
Maxwell Smart, Agent 86 from the secret counter-espionage agency CONTROL, works to stop enemies from exploding a bomb that would destroy all of the clothing in the world.
4.
Brave New World (1980) as Director Of Photography
An ambitious but confusing and unsuccessful attempt to translate the satirical Aldous Huxley novel of a futuristic society in a place called Savageland 600 years in the future. No one there ages past thirty-five, babies are mass produced on an assembly line, and "engagings" (sexual trysts) are compu
5.
Little Mo (1978) as Director Of Photography
A fact-based drama about the tennis great who, as a teenager, was the first woman to win the Grand Slam of Tennis, became world-renowned as "Little Mo," and died of cancer in 1969 at the age of thirty-four. Anne Baxter replaced Lana Turner in the part of Maureen's mother.
6.
Sunshine Part II (1976) as Cinematographer
7.
Cry in the Wilderness, A (1974) as Director Of Photography
Farmer, bitten by rabid skunk, has himself chained inside his barn to protect his family from his oncoming madness -- and then learns that a flood is on its way. An earlier half-hour version of the story, based on Gilbert Wright's "Madman's Chain," starred Paul Douglas and Patty McCormack in the Alc
8.
Lucas Tanner (1974) as Director Of Photography
A high school teacher's career is threatened because of a student's death when the rumor is spread that his negligence killed the boy. The 1974-75 series also starred Hartman as the problem-solving teacher and Rosemary Murphy as the principal.
9.
Snoop Sisters, The (1972) as Director Of Photography
An engaging comedy-mystery about a couple of eccentric mystery writers, a spinster and her widowed sister, who turn detective to hunt down the killer of a faded movie star (Paulette Goddard, who came out of retirement to play the role) with the help of their ex-con bodyguard/chauffeur, hired by thei
10.
Hound of the Baskervilles, The (1972) as Director Of Photography
The oft-filmed Conan Doyle classic (it had been made at least eight times previously) and the first American color version about how Holmes and Watson solve the baffling murder of an heir to the Baskerville fortune on the misty English moors. This was the pilot to a prospective Sherlock Holmes serie
11.
Two on a Bench (1971) as Director Of Photography
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.
12.
What's a Nice Girl Like You...? (1971) as Director Of Photography
A Bronx working girl is drawn into an elaborate extortion plot after being kidnapped by a gang of sophisticated con-men who force her to impersonate a wealthy socialite.
13.
Devil and Miss Sarah, The (1971) as Director Of Photography
A legendary western outlaw with satanic powers, being escorted to justice by a homesteading couple, uses hypnosis to possess the wife's soul and to help him make his getaway.
14.
Little Game, A (1971) as Director Of Photography
A hostile youngster who will stop at nothing to break up his mother's marriage is suspected of homicide, and his stepfather fears that he may be the boy's next victim.

Cinematography (feature film)

15.
Loose Change (1978) as Director Of Photography (Parts 2 And 3)
A novel for television focusing on a ten-year period in the lives and loves of three best girlfriends -- an author, an artist and a political activist -- maturing during the turbulent 1960s.

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