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Joel Bennett

Joel Bennett


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Cast (feature film)

Richest Cat in the World, The (1986)
In this Disney film, a worldly, sophisticated, talking feline who has inherited $5 million is catnapped by its deceased owner's dastardly relatives who figure the inheritance is rightly theirs. Palmer the Cat, playing to the hilt the role of Leo Kohlmeyer, befurred and four-legged multi-millionaire,
Escape From New York (1981) as 4th Gypsy
Set in the future, Manhattan becomes a prison and an ex-bank robber is in charge of rescuing the president.

Cinematography (special)

Alaska's Bermuda Triangle (2001) as Camera
Lesser known than its Caribbean cousin, the Alaska Triangle has just as many puzzling mysteries. At least one person a month is reported MIA -- missing in Alaska. The most famous disappearance in the Alaska Triangle was in 1972, when a plane carrying House Majority Leader Hale Boggs and Representati
Glacier Bay: Alaska's Wild Coast (2001) as Additional Cinematography
Nestled in the heart of southeast Alaska, Glacier Bay is a wild paradise of ocean and ice. The program chronicles the lives of brown bears, bald eagles, humpback whales and other species. Nearly all life here is ultimately tied to salmon, and the migration of these fish provides the thread that weav
Showdown at Grizzly River (2000) as Cinematographer
Documentary that follows the exploits of Teddy, the 21-year-old alpha female bear of Alaska's McNeil River State Game Sanctuary, and her 18-month-old cub Toughie, as they emerge from the winter's hibernation to begin the struggle for food.
Extreme Alaska (1999) as Camera
Documentary about Alaska, a land of extremes. Its climate and landforms are shaped by two oceans, the moving earth, frozen polar air and the Yukon River. Photographs of landscapes are modified with computer images to show how populations and natural forces have changed the land. Portraits show the s

Film Production - Main (special)

Space For Wildlife (1991) as Additional Wildlife Photography
A presentation of the documentary series, "Survival Specials," focusing on the Kennedy Space Center in Florida as a sanctuary for threatened and endangered species of wildlife.
Killer Whale (1987) as Photography
A one-hour documentary about the killer whale with sequences shot in the open seas showing the remarkable animal as a terrifying predator and also at Sea World, in Orlando, where the creature is gentle and intelligent as it interacts with human beings. Included is footage of the birth of the first
Polar Bear! (1985) as Photography
A wildlife special that examines the polar bear, revealing how the powerful predator survives against impossible odds in the harsh environment of the Arctic.

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