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Ken Higgins

Ken Higgins


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Cinematography (feature film)

Golden Rendezvous (1977) as Director Of Photography
The Caribbean Star is a cargo ship and a gambling casino. While at sea, the ship is hijacked by mercenary Luis Carreras, who is controlled by some mysterious authority. Luis installs an atomic device in the vessel, and the passengers are held hostage, threatened with death unless he receives the go
I'm Not Feeling Myself Tonight (1975) as Director Of Photography
Virginal nerd Jon Pigeon (Barry Andrews) works in a peculiar sex research institute in which patients run about the corridors naked, nude aerobics are encouraged and where no man is safe from a crotch grabbing old tea lady. In order to seduce office secretary Cheryl (Sally Faulkner), Pigeon invents a machine nicknamed Agnes which emits a 'sonic aphrodisiac' that can turn any man or woman into an over-lustful sex maniac. While his attempts to zap Cheryl end in disaster, Pigeon has some fun turning the 'sexy ray' on his bullying boss Nutbrown (James Booth) and clean up campaigner Mary Watchtower.
The Virgin Soldiers (1970) as Director of Photography
A British regiment, stationed in Malaya, finds time for amusement by frolicking with natives and some of the female British colonists on the island.
Julius Caesar (1970) as Director of Photography
All star cast heads up this 1970 remake of the William Shakespeare classic tale of the betrayal of the the Roman senate against their emperor, the plotting and scheming that led up to the assassination of the title charecter, and all of Romes' fickleness towards the events.
You Can't Win 'Em All (1970) as Director of Photography
Two Army buddies sign on to help Turkish mercenaries escort the governor''''s daughters.
Midas Run (1969) as Dir cine
Hot Millions (1968) as Director of Photography
A computer whiz and his pregnant girlfriend set out to rob a massive corporation.
Salt & Pepper (1968) as Director of Photography
Two nightclub owners investigate the murder of a secret agent found in their apartment.
Cop-Out (1968) as Director of Photography
John Sawyer, once an eminent barrister, has slid into a life of cynicism and drunkenness since his wife left him. When his daughter's boyfriend is accused of murder, Sawyer decides to try to pull himself together and defend him in court.
The Spy With a Cold Nose (1966) as Director of Photography
A veterinarian is hired by the British government to implant a recording device into a bulldog, which will then be given to the Russians as a gift. When the dog gets sick, the vet must fly to Russia to treat it before the Russians find out the animal is "bugged."
Georgy Girl (1966) as Director of Photography
A misfit fights for happiness in the world of swinging London.
The Idol (1966) as Director of Photography
Swingers' Paradise (1965) as Camera
A group of (literally) drifting popsters find themselves involved in a grim sand-and-sandals desert movie. They reckon a few song-and-dance numbers would liven things up.
Darling (1965) as Director of Photography
A young beauty sacrifices love and happiness to become an international celebrity.
French Dressing (1963) as Director Of Photography
Set at a British holiday resort, a bright young deckchair attendant cons the local entertainments manager and the mayor into running a film festival, then persuades an ambitious young French actress to be the star of the proceedings.

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