Bruce Logan


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Vendetta (1986)
Director
Avalanche Express (1979)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Cinematographer Style (2006)
Skateboard (1977)

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (2000)
Director Of Photography
Tron (1982)
Director Of Photography
Sound of the City: London 1964-73 (1981)
Camera Operator
The Incredible Shrinking Woman (1981)
Director Of Photography
The Survival Of Dana (1979)
Director Of Photography
Dracula's Dog (1978)
Director Of Photography
Stunts (Do Not Use) (1977)
Director Of Photography
I Never Promised You A Rose Garden (1977)
Director Of Photography
Star Wars: A New Hope (1977)
Camera Operator
Stunts (1977)
Director Of Photography
Crazy Mama (1976)
Cinematographer
Jackson County Jail (1976)
Director Of Photography
Cat Murkil and the Silks (1975)
Cinematographer
Big Bad Mama (1974)
Cinematographer
Idaho Transfer (1973)
Director Of Photography
This Is A Hijack (1973)
Cinematographer
Howzer (1972)
Director Of Photography

Editing (Feature Film)

Outside Chance (1978)
Editor
Howzer (1972)
Editor

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

Deal Of The Century (1983)
Special Optical Effects
Deal Of The Century (1983)
Optical Effects Director 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
The Incredible Shrinking Woman (1981)
Special Effects Supervisor
Avalanche Express (1979)
Special Effects Supervisor

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Batman Forever (1995)
Photography
Bird (1988)
Photography
Firefox (1982)
Photography
Airplane! (1980)
Photography
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
Additional Photography
Gentleman Tramp (1975)
Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)
Second Unit Director
Tron (1982)
Dp/Cinematographer
Tron (1982)
Other
The Survival Of Dana (1979)
Other

Director (Special)

A Bowl of Beings (1992)
Director

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Stunts (1977) -- (Movie Clip) All Cameras Stand By After credits in which we saw the tie-line to the helicopter tampered with, the first scene finds stunt man Billy (Gary Charles Davis), with Earl (Malachi Throne) directing, undertaking the big stunt, Ray Sharkey the driver, in Stunts, 1977, the first feature from Robert Shaye’s New Line Cinema.
Stunts (1977) -- (Movie Clip) He Was One Of Us We’ve learned that Glen (Robert Forster), who’s taking over as stunt coordinator after his brother was killed on a movie shoot, is giving a lift to writer B.J. (Fiona Lewis), whose car broke down, both greeted by Patti (Joanna Cassidy), Chuck (Bruce Glover) and Paulie (Ray Sharkey), in Stunts, 1977.
Big Bad Mama -- (Movie Clip) Mama's Lunches In which Wilma (Angie Dickinson), Billy Jean (Susan Sennett), and Polly (Robbie Lee), (wearing jeans in "1930-something"), with Fred (Tom Skerritt), pull a job, from the Roger Corman-produced Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Big Bad Mama -- (Movie Clip) I Love California! Wilma (Angie Dickinson), Baxter (William Shatner), the girls (Susan Sennett, Robbie Lee) and Fred (Tom Skerritt) arrive in California, meet an orange grower and plan another job, in Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Big Bad Mama -- (Movie Clip) Good Clean Fun Billy Jean (Susan Sennettt) and Polly (Robbie Lee) are undertaking a new trade for a redneck patriot crowd when Wilma (Angie Dickinson) intervenes, in the Roger Corman depression-crime quickie Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Big Bad Mama -- (Movie Clip) Open, Paradise Texas Straight out of the gate, arguing principals Wilma (Angie Dickinson), Polly (Robbie Lee) and Billy Jean (Susan Sennett) into opening credits for director Steve Carver's Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Big Bad Mama -- (Movie Clip) Temporary Embarrassment Wilma (Angie Dickinson) at the races with Fred (Tom Skerrit) and daughters (Susan Sennett, Robbie Lee) meets Kentucky gentleman Baxter (William Shatner) in Big Bad Mama, 1974.

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