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Jorge Stahl Jr.

Jorge Stahl Jr.


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Also Known As: Died: November 24, 2003
Born: Cause of Death: respiratory illness
Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...


Cinematography (feature film)

Actas de Marusia (1985) as Cinematographer
Missing In Action 2--The Beginning (1985) as Director Of Photography
Choices of the Heart (1983) as Director Of Photography
The dramatization of the story of Jean Donovan, who evolved from a free-spirited college student to a deeply committed lay missionary, giving up her family, friends and finance to work on behalf of the poor in El Salvador. In December 1980, she and three Maryknoll nuns were slain by five members of
Cardena Perpetua (1978) as Director Of Photography
"El Tarzan" Lira is an ex-convict who decides to give up his criminal past and reform his life. However, a corrupt policeman blackmails him leaving "El Tarzan" no other option but to continue committing robberies. Adapting the genre conventions of the film noir to the Mexican context, Ripstein's film focuses on Mexican police corruption and questions the judicial system.
Desperate Women (1978) as Director Of Photography
A laconic ex-hired gun in the Old West teams up with three scrappy female prisoners abandoned in the desert, two orphaned children, an Army deserter, and a group of cantankerous animals, all of whom try to outsmart and outshoot a ratty gang of desperadoes trying to retrieve their boss' girlfriend an
Ministro y Yo (1976) as Director Of Photography
I Will Fight No More Forever (1975) as Director Of Photography
A dramatization of a tragic part of U.S. history in which the leader of the Nez Perce Indians refused to take his tribe to a reservation in 1877, trying instead to lead them to safety in Canada, with the cavalry in pursuit trying to stop the escape. Emmy Award nominations went to writers Jeb Rosebro
Calzonzin Inspector (1974) as Cinematographer
Santo Oficio, El (1974) as Cinematographer
Los Dias del Amor (1972) as Cinematographer
Jory (1972) as Cinematographer
John Marley, B.J. Thomas, Robby Renson, Brad Dexter, Claudio Brook, Patricia Aspillaga, Todd Martin, Linda Purl. If you accept Robby Benson as an adolescent gunslinger, then you may enjoy this coming-of-age western in which a young hellion begins to fancy himself as a rancher during a cattle drive. Filmed in Mexico.
Desperate Mission, The (1971) as Director Of Photography
Western hokum about Mexican bandit-folk hero Joaquin Murieta here shown to be a frontier Robin Hood, fighting a bunch of ruthless hombres and, with three cohorts righting wrongs done to harassed pioneers. Filmed in 1969, it was initially shown theatrically outside the United States in 1970 under the
The Witch's Mirror (1968) as Director of Photography
The Living Head (1968) as Director of Photography
September Storm (1960) as Director of Photography
Jet over the Atlantic (1959) as Photography
FBI man Stafford is extraditing convicted killer Brett Murphy from Spain to the USA. At the last minute, Murphy's fiancée, entertainer Jean Gurney, finds he's been taken and slips on the plane. Unknown to them, a suicidal passenger has a fire and gas bomb in his luggage. As time ticks away, minor dramas are played out on board. Then the pilots succumb to the fumes, and the only available substitute is Murphy.
The Little Savage (1959) as Photography
Enchanted Island (1958) as Photography
Two 19th-century sailors jump ship only to discover their tropical paradise is a cannibal stronghold.
A Woman's Devotion (1956) as Director of Photography
An artist suffering from mental problems from his experiences during the war goes to Acapulco on his honeymoon. Soon young women are turning up dead in the area, and the ex-GI comes to believe he might be responsible, as he has long stretches where he can't remember anything.
The Beast of Hollow Mountain (1956) as Director of Photography
An American cowboy living in Mexico discovers his cattle is being eaten by a giant prehistoric dinosaur.
Comanche (1956) as Photography
A frontier scout tries to protect an Indian tribe from a bigoted Cavalry officer.
Garden of Evil (1954) as Director of Photography
A trio of soldiers of fortune on their way to the California gold rush are tempted with rewards by a woman who needs help in rescuing her husband from a goldmine cave-in in Mexico. They agree, but then find themselves the target of angry Indians who wish to protect the sacred hill on which the mine is located.
Song of Mexico (1945) as Photography

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Rage of Angels (1983) as Director Of Photography (Mexico)
In this lavish two-part, four-hour adaptation of Sidney Sheldon's racy novel, Jaclyn Smith is a beautiful young lawyer who overcomes a mob frame-up while working as an assistant D.A. to become a top defense attorney, while juggling romantic affairs with a married political hopeful (Ken Howard) and a

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Rumor of War, A (1980) as Director Of Photography
Pulitzer Prize winning author Philip Caputo's best-selling account of his Vietnam experiences and his transformation from idealistic college student turned Marine to battle-hardened and subsequently embittered veteran is dramatized in this two-part film with Brad Davis as Caputo and Keith Carradine

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