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Cinematography (feature film)

I Thank a Fool (1962) as Col cons
A woman once convicted of euthanasia gets a job caring for her prosecutor's wife.

Costume-Wardrobe (feature film)

Hanover Street (1979) as Costume Design
During the Second World War, an American pilot stationed in England meets a young British nurse during an air raid on London. The two instantly fall in love, despite the fact that the young nurse is already married, a secret she keeps hidden from her American lover. After being shot down behind enemy lines, while being assigned to ferry a British agent into France, the American pilot realizes that his secret cargo is in fact his lover's husband, and that the two must now work together in order to survive.
Julia (1977) as Wardrobe
To help a childhood friend, playwright Lillian Hellman carries money for the resistance into Nazi territory.
Julia (1977) as Costumes
To help a childhood friend, playwright Lillian Hellman carries money for the resistance into Nazi territory.
Conduct Unbecoming (1975) as Costumes
Luther (1974) as Costume Designer
The evolution of Martin Luther's relationship with the Catholic Church is traced, from his initial disillusiomment with the institution through his eventual leadership of the Reformation movement.
The Homecoming (1973) as Costumes
A college professor''''s return to visit his lower-class London family triggers a series of sexual revelations.
The Day of the Jackal (1973)
British and French agents join forces to save President De Gaulle from a deadly assassin.
Pope Joan (1972) as Costumes
This movie is based on the medieval legend of Pope Joan, who was made Pope for a brief period around 855 A.D. Although it is questionable that Pope Joan really did exist, this movie presents her existence as fact, and portrays her relationships with other notables of the time.
Fiddler on the Roof (1971) as Costume Design
In Russia before the revolution, a Jewish milkman tries to marry off his daughters who have plans of their own.
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969) as Color cost des
A headstrong young teacher in a private school ignores the curriculum and influences her impressionable charges with her world view.
Half a Sixpence (1968) as Costumes
Arthur Kipps, an orphan apprenticed to a tyrannical owner of a mercantile, has a sudden abrupt change of life when his wealthy grandfather dies and leaves him a pile of money.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) as Costumes
An eccentric inventor uses his flying car to free a kingdom of children from oppression.
The Liquidator (1966) as Costume Design
A killer-for-hire gets mixed up with a plot to assassinate England''s Prince Phillip.
A Man for All Seasons (1966) as Col cost des
A devout scholar gets caught in the middle of Henry VIII's plans to break with the Catholic Church.
Arrivederci, Baby! (1966) as Costumes
Nick has married several times, but all his rich wives were "accidently" killed after some time. Now he's married a young Italian widow, but it is not so easy to get rid of her, especially when she learns of his plans and tries to turn the tables.
The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders (1965) as Costumes
A woman emabarks on a wild search for true love.
Behold a Pale Horse (1964) as Costume Design
A Spanish bandit returns from exile to visit his dying mother.
The Sundowners (1960) as Ward col consultant
An Australian sheepherder and his wife clash over their nomadic existence and their son's future.
Ben-Hur (1959) as Col consultant-cost
While seeking revenge, a rebellious Israelite prince crosses paths with Jesus Christ.

Post Production (feature film)

Davy (1958) as Color Consultant
A musical-hall entertainer defies family tradition to audition for the opera.
The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1957) as Color Consultant
Poet Elizabeth Barrett defies her tyrannical father for the love of Robert Browning.
Let's Be Happy (1957) as Technicolor Color Consultant
An heiress on the loose in Scotland is pursued by fortune hunters.
Invitation to the Dance (1956) as Color Consultant
Three stories told in dance: a circus clown loves a trapeze artist; a bracelet passes from one lover to another; a sailor enters an animated Arabian Nights fantasy.
Ulysses (1955) as Technicolor Color Consultant
Epic tale of Ulysses' travels and his return home to Ithaca to be reunited with his wife who has long thought him dead.
Footsteps in the Fog (1955) as Technicolor Color Consultant
An ambitious housemaid learns her employer murdered his wife.
The Purple Plain (1955) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A blinded Canadian flier has to find his way through World War II Burma.
A Prize of Gold (1955) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A U.S. officer in postwar Berlin turns to crime to help a beautiful refugee.
The Scarlet Spear (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
His Majesty O'Keefe (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A Yankee sea captain tries to make his fortune in the South Seas.
Fire over Africa (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A lady spy infiltrates smugglers in Tangier.
Duel in the Jungle (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
An American insurance investigator is sent to Rhodesia to investigate the mysterious death of a diamond broker who drowned whilst diving off the coast. The broker was insured for $1 million so the insurerers are suspicious.
Saadia (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A young doctor in the Sahara clashes with the local witch doctor.
Hell Below Zero (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A whaler signs on to locate a young woman''''s missing father.
Uncle Willie's Bicycle Shop (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
Paratrooper (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
American and British forces stage a sneak attack on a German radar station in World War II.
Man with a Million (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
On a bet, a man tries to see how much he can get without breaking a million-pound bank note.
Rob Roy: The Highland Rogue (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
The courageous Roy Roy MacGregor leads a revolt of the Scottish clans against the English monarchy, eventually securing an amnesty for all the MacGregors when he arrives at the court of the German-speaking King George.
Tonight's the Night (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A village plots to drive away the new owner of a hunting estate.
Flame and the Flesh (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
American Madeline (Lana Turner), a no-better-than-she-has-to-be (and then only when pushed)traveler arrives in Naples. She has an eye for men and a penchant for getting by on her wits---a 1954 term for body---and soon has a well-meaning (dumb) young composer, Ciccio (Bonar Colleano)providing her with room and board. But she has a male counterpart in Ciccio's friend, cafe-singer Nino (Carlos Thompson), who recognizes her for what she is and he decides to intercede on behalf of his friend. Black Widow Madeline welcomes him into her parlor, in a manner of speaking to get past the censors, and the next thing Nino knows, he has abandoned his wedding plans with sweet-young-thing Lisa (Pier Angeli), and runs off with Madeline. Lisa and Ciccio are left with wringing hands, and Madeline and Nino become an American/Italian version of the "Battling Bickersons" or "The Honeymooners", with none of the fun.
The Black Knight (1954) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A blacksmith fights evil as a faceless knight.
Mogambo (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
In this remake of Red Dust, an African hunter is torn between a lusty showgirl and a married woman.
Melba (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
The highly fictionalized story of Nellie Melba, Australian-born soporano who rose to operatic fame in the latter part of the 19th century and who had a desert and form of dry toast (true) named after her. In her film debut, the Metropolitan opera's Patrice Munsel, plays the title role in a film that primarily strings together eight excerts from well-known operas as well as one or two lighter numbers and a montage of famous opera personalities featuring the chorus of the Covent Garden Opera and members of the Sadler Wells Ballet. The story follows the career of Melba from the time she left her father's Australian cattle ranch and a suitor to travel to Paris to get her voice training, and picks up another suitor. She debuts in Brussells and is a smash hit followed by international fame. The suitor from Australia shows up in Monte Carlo, marries her and soon is cast in the role of "Mr. Melba" until he can take it no longer and returns to Australia, while Melba decides her voice belongs to the world and sadly goes on alone.
The Master of Ballantrae (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A Scottish lord rebels against the British by taking up piracy.
The Sword and the Rose (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
During Henry VIII¿s rule, Mary Tudor seeks to get out of an arranged marriage by fleeing the country with her one true love.
Affair in Monte Carlo (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
The Beggar's Opera (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A jailed thief creates an opera based on his exploits.
Moulin Rouge (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
French painter Toulouse-Lautrec fights to find love despite his physical limitations.
Laughing Anne (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
Sea Devils (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A fisherman-turned-smuggler agrees to transport a beautiful British agent to the French coast.
Paris Express (1953) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A business owner and his clerk go head to head over the company funds.
Ivanhoe (1952) as Technicolor Color Consultant
Sir Walter Scott's classic tale of the noble knight torn between his fair lady and a beautiful Jew.
Monsoon (1952) as Technicolor Color Consultant
In a remote Indian outpost, a man falls for his fiancee''''s sister.
Island of Desire (1952) as Technicolor Color Consultant
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A young Robin Hood bands together a group of men to avenge his father¿s death and help the oppressed people of the land.
The Wild Heart (1952) as Technicolor Color Consultant
After entering a loveless marriage, a gypsy falls for another man.
Where's Charley? (1952) as Technicolor Color Consultant
Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1952) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A Spanish temptress falls for a haunted ship's captain.
The Crimson Pirate (1952) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A pirate gets mixed up in a Caribbean revolution.
Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951) as Technicolor Color Consultant
The famed 19th century hero defeats enemy fleets and courts an admiral's widow.
Happy Go Lovely (1951) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A chorus girl becomes a star when gossip links her with a millionaire she''''s never met.
I'll Never Forget You (1951) as Technicolor Color Consultant
Treasure Island (1950) as Technicolor Color Consultant
A young boy and a pirate clash over buried treasure.
The Black Rose (1950) as Technicolor Color Consultant
In the time of the crusades, a Saxon youth is forced to run away from England. He goes with his loyal retainer who brings along a British long bow. The two go all the way to China where they become involved in intrigues in the court of Kubla Kahn.
Under Capricorn (1949) as Assoc col dir
Newly arrived in Australia, a man discovers his childhood love is now an alcoholic.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Raising a Riot (1955) as Technicolor Consultant
Gone to Earth (1950)
Hazel Woodus is a beautiful but innocent country girl who loves all the creatures around her, especially her pet fox cub. She is given a rough time by her father but can escape to run barefoot through the woods when her harsh life gets too much for her. It is there that she is found by the local squire, Jack Reddin, finds her and is struck by her beauty. The obvious conflict develops when the squire leads the local hunt and tries to kill Hazel's pet fox. The title "Gone to Earth" is taken from the huntsmans cry when the target is no longer obtainable.
The Red Shoes (1948)
A young ballerina is torn between her art and her romance with a young composer.
The Red Shoes (1948)
A young ballerina is torn between her art and her romance with a young composer.

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