Philip Lathrop


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Christmas Snow (2010)
Director Of Photography
Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall (1989)
Director Of Photography
Little Girl Lost (1988)
Director Of Photography
Six Against the Rock (1987)
Director Of Photography
Deadly Friend (1986)
Director Of Photography
Love On The Run (1985)
Director Of Photography
Between Darkness and Dawn (1985)
Director Of Photography
Malice in Wonderland (1985)
Director Of Photography
Picking Up the Pieces (1985)
Director Of Photography
Hammett (1982)
Director Of Photography
National Lampoon's Class Reunion (1982)
Director Of Photography
Jekyll and Hyde... Together Again (1982)
Director Of Photography
All Night Long (1981)
Director Of Photography
Little Miss Marker (1980)
Director Of Photography
Foolin' Around (1980)
Director Of Photography
Loving Couples (1980)
Director Of Photography
A Change of Seasons (1980)
Director Of Photography
The Concorde--Airport '79 (1979)
Director Of Photography
The Driver (1978)
Director Of Photography
A Different Story (1978)
Director Of Photography
Moment By Moment (1978)
Director Of Photography
Captains Courageous (1977)
Director Of Photography
Airport '77 (1977)
Director Of Photography
Swashbuckler (1976)
Director Of Photography
The Killer Elite (1975)
Director Of Photography
Hard Times (1975)
Director Of Photography
Airport '75 (1975)
Director Of Photography
The Black Bird (1975)
Director Of Photography
Together Brothers (1974)
Cinematographer
Mame (1974)
Director Of Photography
The Prisoner Of Second Avenue (1974)
Director Of Photography
The Thief Who Came to Dinner (1973)
Director Of Photography
Lolly Madonna XXX (1973)
Director Of Photography
The All-American Boy (1973)
Director Of Photography
Every Little Crook and Nanny (1972)
Director of Photography
Portnoy's Complaint (1972)
Director of Photography
Wild Rovers (1971)
Director of Photography
Rabbit, Run (1970)
Director of Photography
The Traveling Executioner (1970)
Director of Photography
The Hawaiians (1970)
Director of Photography
The Gypsy Moths (1969)
Director of Photography
The Illustrated Man (1969)
Director of Photography
I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! (1968)
Director of Photography
Finian's Rainbow (1968)
Director of Photography
The Happening (1967)
Director of Photography
Gunn (1967)
Cinematographer
Don't Make Waves (1967)
Director of Photography
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? (1966)
Director of Photography
In Harm's Way (1965)
2nd unit Camera
Never Too Late (1965)
Director of Photography
The Americanization of Emily (1964)
Director of Photography
The Pink Panther (1964)
Cinematographer
Soldier in the Rain (1963)
Director of Photography
Twilight of Honor (1963)
Director of Photography
Experiment in Terror (1962)
Director of Photography
Lonely Are the Brave (1962)
Director of Photography
The Private Lives of Adam & Eve (1961)
Director of Photography
Cry Tough (1959)
Photography
The Monster of Piedras Blancas (1959)
Director of Photography
The Perfect Furlough (1959)
Director of Photography
Money, Women and Guns (1959)
Director of Photography
Girls on the Loose (1958)
Director of Photography
Live Fast, Die Young (1958)
Director of Photography
The Saga of Hemp Brown (1958)
Director of Photography
Wild Heritage (1958)
Director of Photography
The Desert Hawk (1950)
Camera Operator
Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (1948)
Camera Operator

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Liberators (1987)
Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

National Lampoon's Class Reunion (1982)
Dp/Cinematographer
The Killer Elite (1975)
Dp/Cinematographer
Together Brothers (1974)
Other

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Celebrity (1984)
Director Of Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Experiment In Terror (1962) - Meet Me At The Roaring Twenties Teller Kelly (Lee Remick) takes a call from master criminal Red (Ross Martin), her threatened sister Tobi (Stefanie Powers) frolics at the pool and FBI-man Ripley (Glenn Ford) frets, in Blake Edwards' Experiment In Terror, 1962.
Twilight Of Honor (1963) - I Hope He Croaks Just appointed to defend accused killer Ben Brown (Nick Adams), lawyer David (Richard Chamberlain) is introduced by mistake by the jailer to Mrs. Brown (Joey Heatherton, age 19, in her first movie role), who displays little loyalty in the first instance of director Boris Sagal’s flashback technique, in MGM’s Twilight Of Honor, 1963.
Twilight Of Honor (1963) - I Get Somebody Plastered Maybe not too convincing, the MGM lot as a small New Mexico city, where widowed lawyer David (Richard Chamberlain) has been appointed to defend a drifter accused of killing a cop, visiting his mentor (Claude Rains as Harper) and his daughter (Joan Blackman), in Twilight Of Honor, 1963, co-starring Academy Award nominated Nick Adams.
Twilight Of Honor (1963) - What Sort Of Dance Was It? In court now, Nick Adams (as Ben Brown) on trial for the murder of a popular local cop, who had befriended him and his young wife (Joey Heatherton), their encounter recalled in testimony by Arch Johnson as barkeeper MacWade, James Gregory the prosecutor, top-billed Richard Chamberlain for the defense, in MGM’s Twilight Of Honor, 1963.
Prisoner Of Second Avenue, The (1975) - Plenty Of Ponies In My Time Visiting New Jersey and his wealthier older brother Harry (Gene Saks), Mel (Jack Lemmon) grumbles and finally admits he got laid off at the ad firm, preceding the visit of Edna (Anne Bancroft), who doesn’t know, and Harry’s wife (Maxine Stuart), in the Neil Simon Broadway adaptation The Prisoner Of Second Avenue, 1975.
Prisoner Of Second Avenue, The (1975) - People Have To Walk On These Streets In which Jack Lemmon, as unemployed advertising pro Mel, after therapy, bumps into Sylvester Stallone at 5th Ave. and East 68th, then races thru Central Park, with geographically incoherent shots, and eventually tackles him, in Neil Simon’s The Prisoner Of Second Avenue, released in 1975, the year before Stallone’s Rocky, 1976.
Days Of Wine And Roses (1962) - Has She Got Class? Director Blake Edwards opens with leading man Jack Lemmon in a San Francisco lounge, with buddy Abe (Roger Barrett), hustling up girls for his boss, in Days Of Wine And Roses, 1962, from J.P. Miller’s teleplay, also starring Lee Remick.
Experiment In Terror (1962) - A Whole Bank Full Following the credits, San Francisco bank teller Kelly (Lee Remick) gets mugged in her garage by sneaky Red Lynch (Ross Martin) in Blake Edwards' Experiment In Terror, 1962.
Experiment In Terror (1962) - I Have A Rather Unusual Occupation Long, tense sequence in which mannequin-painter Nancy Ashton (Patricia Huston) talks to FBI man Ripley (Glenn Ford) then fails to discover she's not alone in Blake Edwards' Experiment In Terror, 1962.
Rabbit, Run (1970) - Purple Paisley Following the credits, on location in Reading, Pa, home town of John Updike, author of the original novel, James Caan as “Rabbit” Angstrom runs home after shooting hoops with some local kids, and confronts his inebriated, pregnant wife Janice (Carrie Snodgress), in Rabbit, Run, 1970.
Rabbit, Run (1970) - That Doesn't Sound Like Mature Behavior After a fight with his drunken, pregnant wife and driving all night, one-time high school basketball star “Rabbit” (James Caan) is evidently back in his hometown, and finds Marty Tothero (Jack Albertson), his old coach, who’s not thriving, in Rabbit, Run, 1970, from the John Updike novel.
36 Hours (1964) - Don't You Know Me? At a German espionage site made to look like an American military hospital six years later, German psychologist Gerber (Rod Taylor) and nurse Anna (Eva Marie Saint) observe as American Pike (James Garner), kidnapped on the eve of D-Day, is awakened, in 36 Hours, 1964.

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