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Edward Fitzgerald

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Cinematography (feature film)

Runaway Girl (1966) as Director of Photography
California (1963) as Director of Photography
Lassie's Great Adventure (1963) as Director of Photography
Brushfire! (1962) as Director of Photography
Stagecoach to Dancers' Rock (1962) as Director of Photography
Go, Johnny, Go! (1959) as Director of Photography
Rock-n-roll promoter Alan Freed searches for a talent contest''''s mysterious winner.
The Party Crashers (1958) as Director of Photography
The Green-Eyed Blonde (1957) as Director of Photography
Edge of Hell (1956) as Director of Photography
A Russian beggar and his performing dog, Flip, struggle tomake ends meet living upon the cruel streets.
New York Confidential (1955) as Director of Photography
Story follows the rise and subsequent fall of the notorious head of a New York crime family, who decides to testify against his pals in order to avoid being killed by his fellow cohorts.
Wicked Woman (1954) as Director of Photography
A trashy blonde lures a saloon owner away from his wife.
Bait (1954) as Director of Photography
A greedy miner tries to get his beautiful wife to seduce his partner.
The Other Woman (1954) as Director of Photography
Bit player Sherry Stewart (Cleo Moore) gets miffed when director Walter Darman (Hugo Haas) turns her down after she reads for a small part in his picture. She and her boy friend, Ronnie (Lane Fuller), devise a plan to lure Darman to her apartment, where she gives him a drugged drink. She tells Darman they had been intimate and blackmails him for $50,000. More than a little distracted by his situation, his wife (Lucille Barkeley) senses something is wrong and he gets into a violent argument with his father-in-law (Jack Macy) who owns the producing company Darman works for, and discontinues the picture. Sherry informs Darman she is going to tell his wife all about them. Darman tells his secretary (Carolee Kelly) that he is going to work late and is not to be disturbed, sets the moviola runnings, and exits by the back door and hot-foots it to Sherry's apartment. He tries to reason with her but to no avail, and strangles her in a fit of rage. The crime is first blamed on peddler Papasha (John Qualen), but Police Inspector Collins (Jan Arvan) thinks otherwise.
One Girl's Confession (1953) as Camera Operator
Another of the "Fate and Irony" films from director-writer-producer-actor Hugo Hass but this one has less hair-shirt torment than most of his offerings, although his camera, as usual, lingers provocatively on the contours of the leading lady and, in this case, the leading lady is more than well-contured. Mary Adams (the well-contured Cleo Moore) works in a tawdry waterfront restuarant where the owner not only maltreats her, he also cheated her father out of a fortune years ago. The owner acquires $25,000 in an illegal transaction, which Mary promptly steals, hides, confesses her crime and serves a short sentence. Freed, she goes to work in a restaurant owned by Dragomie Damitrod (Hugo Hass) and when he gets into trouble over a gambling debt she offers to help him by telling him where the $25,000 is hidden and she will loan him the amount he needs. But circumstances indicate that he has stolen all of the money and she clouts him on the head with a whiskey bottle, apparently killing him. She then learns that he didn't steal the money, digs it up and donates it to an orphanage and then surrenders to the police where she learns that Damitrod is not dead. Well,dang. But all is not lost as she seems to be heading for matrimony with fisherman Johnny (Glenn Langan), who has been hanging around romancing her at her various jobs between jail stints.
Thy Neighbor's Wife (1953) as Camera Operator
Miss Body Beautiful (1953) as Camera Operator
The Twonky (1953) as Camera Operator
A college professor''''s television set tries to take over his life.
Pickup (1951) as Camera Operator
Low-budget, tabloid-lurid story with high camp value of older man falling for much younger beauty who's busy figuring out how she can kill him now that they're married. Nasty verbal encounters and above all, Beverly Michaels, spike up this flick.
Three Desperate Men (1951) as Camera
When they learn that their brother Matt Denton (Ross Latimer) is awaiting trial in California, charged with train robbery, deputies Tom Denton (Preston Foster) and Fred Denton (Jim Davis) leave their home in Fort Grant, Texas and head west. They arrive in Tulare just in time to rescue Matt from being hanged, but a guard is killed during their escape. Ed Larkin (Rory Mallinson) who framed Matt, falsely accuses them of a long list of crimes. They return to Fort Grant so that Tom can see his sweetheart Laura Brook (Virginia Grey). They encounter outlaw Bill Devlin (William Haade) who persuades them to hold up a train which Laura unwittingly told them would carry a large payroll. Soon the whole territory is enraged at their deeds. They return to Fort Grant to hold up the two banks that are filled with huge sums of cattle money.
711 Ocean Drive (1950) as Camera Operator
A telephone repairman gets mixed up with illegal gambling.
Johnny Holiday (1950) as Camera Operator
3 Godfathers (1949) as 2d unit cam op
Three outlaws on the run risk their freedom and their lives to return a newborn to civilization.
Fort Apache (1948) as Camera Operator
An experienced cavalry officer tries to keep his new, by-the-books commander from triggering an Indian war.
The Paradine Case (1948) as Camera Operator
A married lawyer falls for the woman he's defending on murder charges.
Rope (1948) as Op of cam movement
Two wealthy young men try to commit the perfect crime by murdering a friend.
The Babe Ruth Story (1948) as Camera Operator
A childlike oaf becomes the greatest star in baseball.
The Red House (1947) as 2nd Camera
Pete and Ellen have reared Meg as their own, ever since she was a baby and her parents took off. Now a teen, Meg convinces her friend Nath to come help with chores on the farm: Pete isn't getting around on his wooden leg like he used to. When Nath insists on using a short cut home through the woods, Pete gets quite agitated and warns him of screams in the night, of terrors associated with the red house. Curious, Meg and Nath ignore his warnings and begin exploring. Meg begins falling in love with Nath, but his girlfriend Tibby has other plans for him. Meanwhile they all get closer to real danger and the dark secret of the red house.
Duel in the Sun (1947) as Camera Operator
A fiery half-Native American girl comes between a rancher's good and evil sons.
Brewster's Millions (1945) as 2nd Camera
A veteran has to spend $1 million in two months to inherit a fortune.
Since You Went Away (1944) as Camera Operator
A mother and wife struggle to cope while her husband is off serving in World War II.
Vigilantes of Dodge City (1944) as 2nd Camera
Red Ryder (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott) and Little Beaver (Bobby Blake) arrive on the scene too late to prevent the hold-up of the freight coach and the theft of a big bank shipment. Red's Aunt, the Duchess (Alice Fleming), operates the freight line and is unaware that banker Luther Jennings (LeRoy Mason) wants to scare her into selling him the freight line at a low figure. Jennings has Red's herd of horses stampeded, and makes it appear that Red staged a fake stampede in order to defraud the government. Captain Glover (Stephen Barclay) arrests Red, who maintains his innocence and persuades General Wingate (Stanley Andrews) to allow him to go after the real crook. Little Beaver accidently finds the gang's cave-hideout and Red and Captain Glover find evidence proving Red's innocence and incriminating Jennings.
Stop--Look and Love (1939) as Camera Operator
Mr. Moto in Danger Island (1939) as Camera Operator
Mr. Moto's Gamble (1938) as Camera Operator
Mr. Moto must discover who poisoned a fighter in the boxing ring. This movie began as "Charlie Chan at the Ringside," but Warner Oland died during the filming so it was switched to a Mr. Moto.
The Lady Escapes (1937) as Camera Operator
A couple who are always quarreling split up temporarily while she goes to France and teams up with a playboy who's being sued for breach of promise.
One Rainy Afternoon (1936) as 2nd Camera
Actor Philippe Martin and his married date Yvonne plan to neck in a darkened cinema, but he gets the wrong seat and mistakenly kisses lovely Monique, a publisher's daughter. An absurd scandal results; to protect Yvonne, Philippe insists that he was simply overcome by Monique's beauty. This naturally intrigues Monique...but her nominal fiancée feels differently. French bureaucracy is broadly satirized.
George White's 1935 Scandals (1935) as Camera Operator
Under Pressure (1935) as 2nd Camera
Night Flight (1933) as 2nd Camera
An airline's owner runs his business with ruthless disregard for safety.
Dancing Lady (1933) as Camera Operator
A musical star is torn between a millionaire playboy and her stage manager.
Letty Lynton (1932) as Camera Operator
Wealthy socialite Letty Lynton is returning to New York, abandoning one-tine lover Emile Renaul in South America, when she strikes up a shipboard romance with Jerry Darrow. Renault is waiting for her in New York and will not leave her alone, so she poisons him. When detectives take her to the D.A.s office, Jerry cooks up an alibi.
The Wet Parade (1932) as Camera Operator
A crusading politician fights the evils of both drink and prohibition.
Emma (1932) as 2nd Camera
A housekeeper faces unexpected snobbery when she marries her boss.
Possessed (1931) as 2nd Camera
A factory girl rises to the top as mistress of a tycoon, then falls in love.
The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1931) as 2nd Camera
A woman takes to the streets to provide for her illegitimate son.

Art Director (feature film)

The Mighty Jungle (1964) as Art Director
Nazarin (1962) as Art Director
A priest leaves the clergy to go on a pilgrimage and learn about life.
La Cucaracha (1961) as Art Director
Female revolutionaries compete for the same man.
The Important Man (1961) as Art Director
Animas Trujano is a colorful but irresponsible Indian in a small Mexican village. He hopes above all things someday to be chosen mayordomio of his village, a place of great honor usually conferred upon the wealthiest and most respected citizens. Animas has a loyal wife, but cheats on her and gambles away every cent they raise. Chances arise for Animas to turn over a new leaf and even hope realistically for the honor of mayordomio. But will Animas behave responsibly enough to take advantage of these opportunities?
The Magnificent Seven (1960) as Art Director
Seven American gunmen hire themselves out to protect a Mexican village from bandits.
Sierra Baron (1958) as Art Director
The Black Scorpion (1957) as Art Director
Giant prehistoric scorpions terrorize the Mexican countryside.
The Living Idol (1957) as Art Director
River of Death, The (1955) as Art Direction
Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1954) as Art Director
A shipwrecked Englishman fights to survive on a desert island.
Illusion Travels by Streetcar (1954) as Art Direction
Confronted with the unfortunate news that their favorite Streetcar, no. 133, is going to be decommissioned, two Municipal Transit workers get drunk and decide to "take 'er for one last spin," as it were. Unfortunately, the "one last spin" ends up being an all-night and all-day scramble to stay out of trouble, as they are confronted with situation after sometimes bizarre situation that prevents them from returning the "borrowed" Streetcar!
Garden of Evil (1954) as Art Director
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.
Captain Scarlett (1953) as Art Director
Blowing Wild (1953) as Art Director
El (1953) as Art Direction
Francisco is rich, rather strict on principles, and still a bachelor. After meeting Gloria by accident, he is suddenly intent on her becoming his wife and courts her until she agrees to marry him. Francisco is a dedicated husband, but little by little his passion starts to exhibit disturbing traits. Nevertheless, Gloria meets with scepticism as she expresses her worries to their acquaintances.
Wuthering Heights (1953) as Art Direction
Adaptation of Emily Bronte's classic novel.
One Big Affair (1952) as Art Director
An American schoolteacher on tour in Mexico is assumed to be kidnapped when she separates from her tour group to join a stateside lawyer on his trip to Acapulco.
Stronghold (1952) as Art Director
Subida Al Cielo (1952) as Art Direction
La Hija del Engano (1951) as Art Direction

Art Department (feature film)

Little Red Riding Hood (1963) as Set Decoration
My Outlaw Brother (1951) as Set Decoration
A ranger tries to pry his brother from the Mexican bandit gang he's joined.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Kotch (1971) as Loc mgr
Alienated from his son''''s family, an elderly man becomes infatuated with a pregnant teen.
Hero's Island (1962) as Production Manager
Indentured servants colonizing a Carolina island fight off rival settlers with the help of a notorious pirate.

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