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Bill Andrews

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Art Director (feature film)

I Want What I Want (1971) as Art Direction
Captain Nemo and the Underwater City (1970) as Art Director
The infamous submarine captain rescues six shipwreck survivors.
Mosquito Squadron (1970) as Art Director
A World War II pilot is assigned to free a captured flyer whose wife he''''s been romancing.
My Lover, My Son (1970) as Art Director
A deranged woman thinks her son is her dead lover.
Submarine X-1 (1969) as Art Director
An Allied diving team fights off the Nazis while trying to salvage a downed enemy ship.
Attack on the Iron Coast (1968) as Art Director
Canadian commandos take on a Nazi post on the coast of France.
Hot Millions (1968) as Art Director
A computer whiz and his pregnant girlfriend set out to rob a massive corporation.
The Alphabet Murders (1965) as Art Director
Belgian detective Hercule Poirot investigates a series of murders committed in alphabetical order.
Murder Ahoy (1964) as Art Director
Elderly sleuth Miss Marple takes to the seas to investigate murder on a naval training ship.
Follow the Boys (1963) as Art Director
Four Navy wives create mayhem as they follow their men around the Riviera.
Lolita (1962) as Art Director
Vladimir Nabokov's racy classic focuses on an aging intellectual in love with a teenager.
The War Lover (1962) as Art Director
A WWII bomber pilot succeeds at flying but the rest of his life isn''''t so under control.
Mysterious Island (1961) as Art Director
Escaped Civil War POWs end up on an island populated by giant animals.
Dentist in the Chair (1961) as Art Director
Silent Enemy, The (1959) as Art Direction
In the Mediterranean in 1941 the Italians start using underwater chariots to mine the undersides of allied ships. Explosives expert Lionel Crabbe arrives in Gibralter to organise defences, but finds only two British divers available to help him. Even more worrying, it seems likely that the Italians are secretly using neutral Spain across the bay as their key base.
The House of the Seven Hawks (1959) as Art Director
A ship''''s captain gets mixed up with murder during the hunt for lost Nazi treasure.
The Horse's Mouth (1958) as Art Director
An unscrupulous artist fights to realize his vision of the perfect mural.
Zarak (1956) as Assoc art dir
A notorious bandit develops a grudging respect for the English military man assigned to capture him.
Anastasia (1956) as Art Director
A group of exiled Russians claim to have found the living daughter of the Tsar, presumed executed in 1918.

Sound (feature film)

Oliver's Story (1978) as Sound Effects Editor
After the death of his wife Jenny, Oliver Barrett tries to ease the pain of his loss by throwing himself into this work as a lawyer. Not only d s this not help him emotionally, but his political views which run counter than those of the senior partners and his inconsolable grief is wearing on everyo
Secret of the Incas (1954) as Sound Editing
An Inca legend says the Inca Empire was destroyed by the gods when a gold and jeweled starburst was stolen from the Temple of the Sun centuries ago, and the ancient civilization will spring anew when the treasure is returned. The natives want it but so does Harry Steele (Charlton Heston), an American adventurer of slightly-shady ways who wants it for personal gain, as does his adversary (Thomas Mitchell), a grizzled old man even more into skullduggery than Steele. The latter teams up with Elena Antonescu (Nicole Maurey), an Iron Curtain refugee fleeing from the MKVD. She can help him get a plane and he can help her escape Peru for the relative safety of Mexico.Is there a chance they will end up in a bickering love-hate relationship?...Is there a chance an American archaelogist, Dr. Stanley Moorehead (Robert Young), will come along as one corner of a romantic triangle?...Is there a chance that Yma Sumac (billed third on the posters and ads and special billed in the film), who can't act but can sing, will sing a few songs?...Is there a chance that these trite-sounding questions will develop into a film that is far from trite and vastly entertaining? Dang right, there is. Check it out.

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