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Arthur Grant

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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Operator 13 (1934) as Chaplin
An actress signs up to spy for the Union, then falls for a Confederate officer.

Cinematography (feature film)

2.
Fear in the Night (1972) as Director Of Photography
An unstable woman is tricked into murdering her husband's lover's husband.
3.
Blood From the Mummy's Tomb (1971) as Cinematographer
An evil Egyptian princess' sprit possesses an Egyptologist's daughter.
4.
Demons of the Mind (1971) as Director Of Photography
Baron Zorn (Robin Hardy) keeps his teenaged children locked up and drugged, fearing that his insane wife passed along a congenital curse to them before her own suicidal death. Elizabeth (Gillian Hills) escapes for a brief tryst with a local before being recaptured and subjected to a bleeding process to 'draw out the bad blood.' Emil (Shane Bryant) keeps trying to escape, but is thwarted time and again by his aunt Hilda (Yvonne Mitchell) who runs the house like a prison. One reason the siblings have to be kept apart, is their incestuous attraction to each other. Local wenches are being murdered in the woods, and the superstitious peasants think demons are responsible. A wandering Priest (Michael Hordern) dedicates himself to root out the evil, but isn't taken seriously. Arriving at the castle are two more interested parties: Mountebank scientist-huckster Falkenberg stands to make a small fortune if his strange apparatus can cure the children of their inherited evil. Young Carl (Paul Jones) simply wants to rescue Elizabeth. As more murders mount, Falkenberg enlists village lass Inge (Virginia Wetherell) to play the dead mother in a psycho-drama that he hopes will shock the children from their morbid state; but Baron Zorn's symptoms of derangement soon make it obvious that the doctor is treating the wrong patient...
5.
Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970) as Director of Photography
Christopher Lee rises again after being conjured up by a blood-drinking ceremony performed by some curious worshipers, an he wreaks havoc on London as opnly the vampire can.
6.
Run a Crooked Mile (1969) as Director Of Photography
A thriller about a math teacher in Europe who stumbles onto a plot to manipulate the international gold standard and becomes the prime target of high-level conspirators.
7.
Dracula Has Risen From the Grave (1969) as Director of Photography
Dracula goes after the niece of the monsignor who destroyed his castle.
8.
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969) as Director of Photography
Baron Frankenstein blackmails a brother and sister into helping him with a brain transplant.
9.
A Challenge for Robin Hood (1968) as Director of Photography
Robin Hood gathers a band of rebels to fight against his scheming cousin and the evil sheriff.
10.
Five Million Years to Earth (1968) as Director of Photography
Subway excavations unearth a deadly force from beyond space and time.
11.
The Devil's Bride (1968) as Director of Photography
Small town Satanists lure an innocent brother and sister into their coven.
12.
The Mummy's Shroud (1967) as Director of Photography
The words on an Egyptian prince's burial shroud revive a vengeful mummy.
13.
Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) as Director of Photography
Baron Frankenstein puts a wrongly executed man's brain into a beautiful woman's body.
14.
Where the Spies Are (1966) as Director of Photography
A country doctor dabbles in espionage to get a new car.
15.
The Devil's Own (1966) as Director of Photography
Following a horrifying experience with the occult in Africa, a schoolteacher moves to a small English village, only to discover that black magic resides there as well.
16.
The Plague of the Zombies (1966) as Director of Photography
A small town noble uses zombies to work his tin mine and kill his enemies.
17.
The Reptile (1966) as Director of Photography
Indian snake worshippers turn an explorer's daughter into a hideous monster.
18.
Contest Girl (1966) as Director of Photography
On a seaside holiday, pretty Bristol typist Shirley meets Dan Mackenzie from her local paper. He persuades her that she has what it takes in the world of beauty contests, and so it proves. Ditching her predictable fiance and having to leave home, Shirley moves to London to continuing success. Increasingly smitten by her, Dan reckons he should be more than just her manager, but this is not at all the way Shirley sees things.
19.
The Tomb of Ligeia (1965) as Director of Photography
A man's obsession with his dead wife leads to trouble for his new bride.
20.
These Are the Damned (1965) as Director of Photography
Children bred to survive a nuclear holocaust escape from a top-secret military facility.
21.
Jig Saw (1965) as Director of Photography
22.
Make Mine a Million (1965) as Director of Photography
23.
80,000 Suspects (1963)
A doctor must contend with a smallpox epidemic and his failing marriage.
24.
Paranoiac (1963) as Director of Photography
Simon Ashby is a wealthy psychotic who is is coddled by his mother in their palatial mansion outside of London. One day, Ashby's long lost brother mysteriously arrives at the house, but events prove that he is an impostor, sent by Keith Kossett, son of the attorney for the family estate, who has been dipping into the family trust fund.
25.
Friends and Neighbors (1963) as Director of Photography
26.
The Old Dark House (1963) as Director of Photography
An eccentric millionaire invites a car salesman to visit his decaying family home.
27.
The Phantom of the Opera (1962) as Director of Photography
The corrupt Lord Ambrose D+Arcy (Michael Gough) steals the life+s work of the poor musical Professor Petry. (Herbert Lom). In an attempt to stop the printing of music with D+Arcy+s name on it, Petry breaks into the printing office and accidentally starts a fire, leaving him severely disfigured. Years later, Petry returns to terrorize a London opera house that is about to perform one of his stolen operas.
28.
Night Creatures (1962) as Director of Photography
In this engaging costume melodrama of skulduggery on the low seas set back in the 18th-century, the Royal Crown suspects a bit of smuggling is going on in this locale, and they send Captain Collier (Patrick Allen) and his crew to check it out. As the Captain gets into his investigation, mysterious swamp phantoms cloud up the real issue which seems plain enough to see. Captain Collier suspects that the odd village vicar (Peter Cushing) might be hiding something, and what better way to do that than by fortuitous ghosts to scare away the curious, or by posing as someone he is not?
29.
The Pirates of Blood River (1962) as Director of Photography
Pirates force a young prisoner to join their bloodthirsty crew.
30.
Watch It, Sailor! (1961)
Before he can marry, a sailor has to prove that he's not already a father.
31.
The Curse of the Werewolf (1961) as Director of Photography
Folklorish retelling of the classic legend set in 18th century Spain.
32.
Trouble in the Sky (1961) as Director of Photography
A seasoned pilot is condemned for an error which causes a crash. The pilot later dies in a crash with similar circumstances and an examiner looks for scientific reasons for the crashes.
33.
Passport to China (1961) as Director of Photography
34.
The Terror of the Tongs (1961) as Director of Photography
35.
The Unstoppable Man (1961) as Director of Photography
36.
The Shadow of the Cat (1961) as Director of Photography
37.
Cash on Demand (1961) as Director of Photography
A charming but ruthless criminal holds the family of a bank manager hostage as part of a cold-blooded plan to steal money.
38.
Hell Is a City (1960) as Director of Photography
Committed but seen-it-all police inspector Martineau rightly guesses that after a violent jailbreak a local criminal will head home to Manchester to pick up the spoils from his last job. Martineau is soon investigating a murder during a street robbery which seems to lead back to the same villain. Concentrating on the case and using his local contacts to try and track the gang down, he is aware he is not keeping his own personal life together as well as he might.
39.
The Stranglers of Bombay (1960) as Director of Photography
Interoffice politics complicate a British agent's fight to stop a murderous cult in India.
40.
Yesterday's Enemy (1959) as Director of Photography
A British captain will stop at nothing to capture a Burmese village from the Japanese.
41.
The Son of Robin Hood (1959) as Director of Photography
Robin Hood's dead and an English nobleman wants to rule England. So, it's up to his surviving merrymen to save England. However, they need a leader and learn that Robin had a son and is coming to continue his father's work. However, it turns out that his son is actually a daughter...
42.
Count Five and Die (1958) as Director of Photography
43.
Rx Murder (1958) as Director of Photography
44.
Carry On, Admiral (1957) as Director Of Photography
Two friends get drunk and decide to switch identities. One is a public relations executive and the other is a captain of a ship. His lack of sea knowledge causes several catastrophes.
45.
The Abominable Snowman (1957) as Director of Photography
46.
47.
On the Twelfth Day (1955) as Director Of Photography
48.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

49.
Hotel Splendide (1932) as Photography
Jerry Mason inherits the Hotel Splendide at Speymouth but is disappointed when he sees it's a quiet place with a few permanent residents. Gentleman Charlie, a jewel thief arrives after a long spell in prison expecting to be able to dig up the pearls he had buried - only to find the hotel has been built on the site.

Film Production - Lighting/Electrical (feature film)

50.
Up the Creek! (1958) as Lighting
Liwut. Humphrey Fairweather, R.N. (David Tomlinson), in his latest disastrous attempt to prove to the Navy that his rocket invention is better than theirs only succeeds in convincing them that no guided-missile station will be safe until he is out of harm's way. The Navy's problem is solved---they think---when it is discovered that "H.M.S. Berkeley", an ancient destroyer now ending her days as the oldest member of the "Mothball Gleet" has been inadvertently left without a commanding officer for nearly two years. Fairweather's appointment is greeted with extreme alarm by the ship's skeleton crew who, under the inspired leadership of their slick, quick-witted and enterprising Irish bosun (Peter Sellers), have been happily building up a highly profitable business association with the local village. Their base of lucrative racketeering is being threatened with the arrival of Fairweather. But, it is fortunate for the crew, however, that in addition to his very hazy knowledge of a Captain's duties, Fairweather is immediately engrossed in the dual task of building yet another rocket and also getting to know the curcaveous, sexy French niece, Susanne (Liliane Sottane), of the local publican---one of the ship's best customers.

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