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Bobby Byrne

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Cast (feature film)

Cinematographer Style (2006)
Celebrates the art of motion picture photography, and examines how and why movies look the way they do. With interviews of 110 leading cinematographers around the world, director and cinematographer Jon Fauer explores how his colleagues use technique and technology, art and lighting to tell stories

Cinematography (feature film)

This Is My Life (1992) as Director Of Photography
A story about the strained relationship between a stand-up comic and her teenage daughter, from whose life she gleans material.
Danger of Love, The (1992) as Director Of Photography
A television movie based on the true story of Carolyn Warmus, who was convicted of killing her lover's wife in Westchester County, New York.
Only The Lonely (1991) as Director Of Photography 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
A possessive mother tries desperately to keep her son from marrying.
Winner Takes All (1990) as Director Of Photography
A detective named B.L. Stryker seeks the murderer of the father of a high school football star.
High Rise (1990) as Director Of Photography
Detective B.L. Stryker attempts to rescue two friends taken hostage by jewel thieves. A presentation of "The ABC Saturday Mystery."
Lemon Sisters, The (1989) as Director Of Photography
Three friends try to make it as singers in Atlantic City.
Bull Durham (1988) as Director Of Photography
Comedy about a losing minor league baseball team in North Carolina, and the English teacher who choses one promising player each year to educate and seduce.
Stealing Home (1988) as Director Of Photography
An aging baseball player returns to his hometown after the suicide of a childhood friend.
Howard The Duck (1986) as Director Of Photography 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
Based on the cult comic, a fast-talking, cigar-chomping, beer-guzzling duck from a parallel universe somehow winds up in Cleveland.
Copacabana (1985) as Director Of Photography
This musical comedy is based on Barry Manilow's hit song "Copacabana." The fantasy-romance, set in the 1940s, tells the story of Tony Starr, a young pianist and composer at the famous New York Copacabana nightclub, who falls in love with Lola, a member of the chorus. Lola accepts a job in Rico Caste
Kicks (1985) as Director Of Photography
A wealthy eccentric with a mysterious lifestyle teams up with a beautiful college professor whom he finds has a mutual obsession with challenging, high-risk, life-endangering games. Most critics found this alleged thriller beneath contempt.
Sixteen Candles (1984) as Director Of Photography
A teenage girl''''s birthday is complicated by her sister''''s marriage, a school dance and her crush on a rich student.
Going Berserk (1983) as Director Of Photography
Off-the wall comedy which lampoons everything from religious cults to Kung Fu movies.
Cheech and Chong's: Things Are Tough All Over (1982) as Director Of Photography
Two bumbling friends take a series of various temporary jobs before getting hired to drive a car from Chicago to Las Vegas. What they don''t realize is that five million dollars in ill-gotten money is hidden in the trunk, which leads them into a series of misadventures.
Paternity (1981) as Director Of Photography
A single man searches for a woman who will bear his baby with no strings attached. Trouble comes when that sense of Paternity gets in the way, not to mention a little love.
Those Lips, Those Eyes (1980) as Director Of Photography
A small-town star helps a young apprentice land the girl of his dreams.
California Dreaming (1979) as Director Of Photography
Young T.T. comes from Chicago to spend the summer in California. He slowly becomes "California-ized," while learning about love and life in the Golden State.
Death Car on the Freeway (1979) as Director Of Photography
Model-turned-Charlie's Angel Shelley Hack is a determined TV reporter out to find a maniac who is methodically attacking lone women drivers on the Los Angeles Freeway by pushing them off the road with his powerful van. A number of familiar TV stars (including Dinah Shore, in her "dramatic" TV debut)
Chilly Scenes of Winter (1979) as Director Of Photography
A man falls for a separated woman but can''''t cope when she returns to her husband.
Villain, The (1979) as Director Of Photography
The cowboy Handsome Stranger will escort miss Charming Jones to get a large sum of money from her father, Parody Jones. But the rich Avery Jones wants to lay his hands on the money and hires and old cowboy, Cactus Jack, to rob them when they ride back from her father. However, Cactus Jack is not very good at robbing people.
The Last Waltz (1978) as Cinematographer
Legendary back-up group The Band teams with rock greats for a farewell concert.
Hooper (1978) as Director Of Photography
An aging stuntman teams up with a young hotshot.
Blue Collar (1978) as Director Of Photography
Three workers, Zeke, Jerry and Smokey, are working at a car plant and drinking their beers together. One night when they steal away from their wives to have some fun they get the idea to rob the local union's bureau safe. First they think it is a flop, because they get only 600 dollars out of it, but then Zeke realizes that they also have gotten some 'hot' material. They decide to blackmail their union. The best reason for that is the union itself. All three are provoked by the fact that the union claims to have lost 10,000 dollars by their robbery.
The End (1978) as Director Of Photography
A dying man enlists a mental patient to help him commit suicide.
Smokey And The Bandit (1977) as Director Of Photography
A maverick trucker tries to save a runaway bride and a shipment of contraband beer from a small-town sheriff.
First Love (1977) as Director Of Photography
A young man falls for an older, more experienced woman.
Harry And Walter Go To New York (1976) as Camera Operator
Two hopless con-men attempt to pull off the largest bank heist of the 19th century.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Radio Flyer (1992) as 2nd Unit Photography (2nd Unit)
The story of two young brothers who escape from the harsh realities of life and abuse by their stepfather through fantasy.
Shattered (1991) as 2nd Unit Photography (2nd Unit)
A thriller about a man who thinks he's being chased by someone who looks just like him.
Breathless (1983) as Additional Sequence Photography
Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, The (1982) as Additional Photography
The town sheriff and a madame team up to stop a televison evanagelist from shutting down the local whorehouse, the famed "Chicken Ranch."
Legend Of The Lone Ranger, The (1981) as Additional Photography
Biography of John Reid, alias the Lone Ranger.
Divine Madness (1980) as Additional Photography
Bette Midler performs her songs and raucous comedy at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
Walk Proud (1979) as Photography
A young Chicano tries to escape from his street gang.
Rose, The (1979) as Additional Photography
Bette Midler plays "Rose", an artist strikingly similar to Janis Joplin. The film follows Rose's career during her last tour. Her rock and roll lifestyle of Drugs, Sex, and Rock and Roll and constant touring lead her to an inevitable breakdown.

Cinematography (special)

Wyatts, The (1994) as Director Of Photography
After a 19-year-old and his girlfriend discover they're expecting a baby, they get married and move in with his family.
Sapphire Man (1991) as Director Of Photography
A drama about an escaped convict who must rely on his estranged daughter to help him recover a hidden fortune.
Michael Nesmith in Television Parts (1985) as Director Of Photography
The pilot episode for the series of the same title. Short comedy and musical videos are strung together "to present the new wave of television comedy."

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