Wallace Kelley


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Which Way to the Front? (1970)
Director of Photography
Watermelon Man (1970)
Director of Photography
Marooned (1969)
Director of Photographer 2d unit
Hook, Line and Sinker (1969)
Director of Photography
The Comic (1969)
Director of Photography
Buckskin (1968)
Director of Photography
Day of the Evil Gun (1968)
Director of Photography
The Big Mouth (1967)
Director of Photography
The Fastest Guitar Alive (1967)
Director of Photography
Red Tomahawk (1967)
Director of Photography
Apache Uprising (1966)
Director of Photography
Paradise--Hawaiian Style (1966)
Director of Photography
Three on a Couch (1966)
Director of Photography
The Family Jewels (1965)
Director of Photography
Town Tamer (1965)
Cinematographer
Stage to Thunder Rock (1964)
Director of Photography
The Patsy (1964)
Director of Photography
The Disorderly Orderly (1964)
Director of Photography
Who's Minding the Store? (1963)
Director of Photography
The Nutty Professor (1963)
Director of Photography
A Girl Named Tamiko (1962)
2nd unit Photographer
It's Only Money (1962)
Cinematographer
One-Eyed Jacks (1961)
2nd unit Photographer
Blue Hawaii (1961)
2nd unit Photographer
Look In Any Window (1961)
Camera
The Errand Boy (1961)
Cinematographer
The Ladies' Man (1961)
Cinematographer
Last Train from Gun Hill (1959)
Camera
The Trap (1959)
2nd Unit Photography
Alias Jesse James (1959)
2nd Unit Photography
But Not for Me (1959)
2nd Unit Photography
The Young Captives (1959)
Director of Photography
The Five Pennies (1959)
2nd Unit Photography
Houseboat (1958)
2nd Unit Photography
The Devil's Hairpin (1957)
2nd Unit Photography
Beau James (1957)
2nd Unit Photography
Hollywood or Bust (1956)
2nd Unit Photography
Pardners (1956)
2nd Unit Photography
The Ten Commandments (1956)
Addl Photographer
To Catch a Thief (1955)
2nd Unit Photography
The Bridges at Toko-Ri (1955)
2nd Unit Photography
Jivaro (1954)
2nd Unit Photography
Living It Up (1954)
2nd Unit Photography
Sangaree (1953)
2nd Unit Photography
Those Redheads from Seattle (1953)
2nd Unit Photography
Anything Can Happen (1952)
1st Camera--New York
The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)
Addl Photographer
Branded (1951)
Director of Photography
Fancy Pants (1950)
2d unit Camera
The Paleface (1948)
Camera, 2d unit
Unconquered (1947)
2d unit Camera
No Time for Love (1943)
Camera, New York unit
Wake Island (1942)
Transparency Camera
Dr. Cyclops (1940)
Process Photographer

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

The Buccaneer (1959)
Process Photography
Vertigo (1958)
Process Photography
The Bridges at Toko-Ri (1955)
Process Photography
Elephant Walk (1954)
Process Photography
Alaska Seas (1954)
Process Photography
The War of the Worlds (1953)
Special Photography Effects
Botany Bay (1953)
Special Photography Effects
Red Mountain (1952)
Process Photography
Something to Live For (1952)
Process Photography
Union Station (1950)
Transparencies
Samson and Delilah (1950)
Process Photography
Streets of Laredo (1949)
Transparencies
The Paleface (1948)
Transparencies Camera
Unconquered (1947)
Director of process Photographer
The Trouble with Women (1947)
Process Photography
Ladies' Man (1947)
Process Photographer Assistant
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)
Transparency projection
Miss Susie Slagle's (1946)
Special Effects Assistant
The Well Groomed Bride (1946)
Assistant process Photographer
The Virginian (1946)
Special Effects Assistant
O.S.S. (1946)
Assistant transparency projection
A Medal for Benny (1945)
Assistant Special Photographer Effects
The Stork Club (1945)
Assistant process Photographer
Bring on the Girls (1945)
Assistant transparencies
Incendiary Blonde (1945)
Process Photographer Assistant
The Story of Dr. Wassell (1944)
Process Photography
Here Come the Waves (1944)
Process Photographer Assistant

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Three On A Couch (1966) - You're Just Too Shy Pretending to be spinster "Heather," director and star Jerry Lewis has to become her brother "Rutherford," as he attempts to cure Mary Lou (Leslie Parrish) of her neuroses, in Three On A Couch, 1966.
Three On A Couch (1966) - He Trusts Bugs Mary Lou (Leslie Parrish) with her shrink Liz (Janet Leigh), whose boyfriend Chris (director and star Jerry Lewis) is taking outrageous steps to cure her patients so they can get married, in Three On A Couch, 1966.
Fastest Guitar Alive, The (1967) -- Whirlwind "Whirlwind," composed by Roy Orbison (performing as "Johnny") and partner Bill Dees, with showgirl-girlfriends Flo (Maggie Pierce), Sue (Joan Freeman) and sidekick Steve (Sammy Jackson) listening, far superior to their vehicle The Fastest Guitar Alive, 1967.
Fastest Guitar Alive, The (1967) - Open, Title Song Opening from producer Sam Katzman’s bid, using a script rejected ten years earlier by Elvis Presley, to make singer Roy Orbison a movie star, with partner Sammy Jackson, and a wagon of showgirls (Joan Freeman, Maggie Pierce et al) in The Fastest Guitar Alive, 1967, which notably does not feature the soundtrack song, “There Won’t Be Many Coming Home,” used in Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight, 2015.
Fastest Guitar Alive, The (1967) - Pistolero In his first song since the opening, about 20 minutes back, composed with longtime collaborator Bill Dees, the gulf between Roy Orbison’s qualities as an actor, as Confederate spy Johnny, and as a singer, is especially apparent, wielding his gimmick rifle-guitar, in the musical-Western-comedy from producer Sam Katzman, The Fastest Guitar Alive, 1967.
Watermelon Man (1970) - Take This Elevator To Harlem! In an early scene in whiteface, Gerber (Godfrey Cambridge) reveals his bigoted views to counterman Joe (Mantan Moreland) and the gang at work, in director Mario Van Peebles' Watermelon Man, 1970.
Watermelon Man (1970) - No Wonder Negroes Riot! Having turned black, Gerber (Godfrey Cambridge) grabs a cab to the drug store to buy skin treatments, getting help from wife Althea (Estelle Parsons) in director Mario Van Peebles' Watermelon Man, 1970.
Watermelon Man (1970) - How Now Brown Cow? As wife Althea (Estelle Parsons) bemoans their failing sex life, Jeff (Godfrey Cambridge, in white-face) demurs, then wakes up black, in Mario Van Peebles' Watermelon Man, 1970.
Watermelon Man (1970) - Is This America? Encouraged by his boss, Gerber (Godfrey Cambridge) decides to confront his sudden-blackness head-on, making a date a discriminating club for lunch, in director Mario Van Peebles' Watermelon Man, 1970.
Hook, Line And Sinker (1969) - Grand Slam Director George Marshall probably deferred to star Jerry Lewis (as family man "Peter,") for schtick sequence, (presaging Caddyshack?), Anne Francis as spouse, Blake Edwards' girl Jennifer as their daughter, early in Hook, Line And Sinker, 1969.
Hook, Line And Sinker (1969) - Doctor Stuff All mirth evaporates as doctor and pal Scott (Peter Lawford) gives family-man Peter (Jerry Lewis) the bad news, a turning point in Hook, Line And Sinker, 1969, directed by George Marshall.
Comic, The (1969) - Yankee Yokel From a montage of his silent movie hits, the deceased Billy Bright (Dick Van Dyke) narrates into a Civil War comedy with sidekick Cockeye (Mickey Rooney) and trouble with spouse Mary (Michele Lee) in Carl Reiner's The Comic, 1969.

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