Paul Lohmann


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Jacksons: An American Dream (1992)
Assistant Camera Operator
Secrets (1992)
Director Of Photography
The Great Pretender (1991)
Director Of Photography
Love and Curses... And All That Jazz (1991)
Director Of Photography
Johnny Ryan (1990)
Director Of Photography
Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501 (1990)
Director Of Photography
A Family For Joe (1990)
Director Of Photography
The Outside Woman (1989)
Director Of Photography
Laura Lansing Slept Here (1988)
Director Of Photography
I'll Be Home For Christmas (1988)
Director Of Photography
Scandal in a Small Town (1988)
Director Of Photography
The Abduction of Kari Swenson (1987)
Director Of Photography
Manhunt For Claude Dallas (1986)
Director Of Photography
Dark Mansions (1986)
Director Of Photography
The Christmas Star (1986)
Director Of Photography
Free Ride (1986)
Director Of Photography
Delta Pi (1985)
Director Of Photography
The Dollmaker (1984)
Director Of Photography
The Parade (1984)
Director Of Photography
Lust In The Dust (1984)
Director Of Photography
Sins of the Past (1984)
Director Of Photography
Kidco (1984)
Director Of Photography
Confessions of a Married Man (1983)
Director Of Photography
Endangered Species (1982)
Director Of Photography
Mommie Dearest (1981)
Director Of Photography
Looker (1981)
Director Of Photography
Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen (1981)
Director Of Photography
The Jayne Mansfield Story (1980)
Director Of Photography
Hide In Plain Sight (1980)
Director Of Photography
North Dallas Forty (1979)
Director Of Photography
Mrs. R's Daughter (1979)
Director Of Photography
When She Was Bad... (1979)
Director Of Photography
Time After Time (1979)
Director Of Photography
Meteor (1979)
Director Of Photography
An Enemy Of The People (1978)
Director Of Photography
The White Buffalo (1977)
Director Of Photography
The Hunted Lady (1977)
Director Of Photography
Curse of the Black Widow (1977)
Director Of Photography
High Anxiety (1977)
Director Of Photography
Silent Movie (1976)
Director Of Photography
The Kansas City Massacre (1975)
Director Of Photography
Trilogy of Terror (1975)
Director Of Photography
Nashville (1975)
Director Of Photography
California Split (1974)
Director Of Photography
The Great Ice Rip-Off (1974)
Director Of Photography
Scream of the Wolf (1974)
Director Of Photography
Let the Good Times Roll (1973)
Cinematographer
Coffy (1973)
Director Of Photography

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

That'S Dancing! (1985)
Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

High Anxiety (1977)
Dp/Cinematographer

Cinematography (Special)

Mary Tyler Moore: The 20th Anniversary Show (1991)
Director Of Photography
Are You My Mother? (1986)
Director Of Photography

Misc. Crew (Special)

Mary Tyler Moore: The 20th Anniversary Show (1991)
Other
Are You My Mother? (1986)
Other

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

If Tomorrow Comes (1986)
Director Of Photography
Crossings (1986)
Director Of Photography
Masada (1981)
Director Of Photography
Eleanor and Franklin (1976)
Director Of Photography

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

If Tomorrow Comes (1986)
Dp/Cinematographer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Buffalo Bill And The Indians (1976) - Everything Historical Is Yours Amid the continuous rehearsal, first appearance by Burt Lancaster as Ned Buntline, Joel Grey as producer Salisbury, Geraldine Chaplin as Annie Oakley, John Considine her husband and manager, Harvey Keitel the nephew of the title character, Kevin McCarthy as Major Burke, and Paul Newman heard but not seen, in Robert Altman’s Buffalo Bill And The Indians Or , Sitting Bull's History Lesson, 1976.
Buffalo Bill And The Indians (1976) - Open, This Piece Of Our History Identified as a Robert Altman opening, though hardly necessary, with Alan Rudolph's 90% original script (with a nod to a play by Arthur Kopit), shooting at the Stoney Indian Reservation in Alberta, with narration by Humphrey Gratz who plays the "old soldier," from Buffalo Bill And The Indians Or, Sitting Bull's History Lesson, 1976, starring Paul Newman, cinematography by Paul Lohmann.
Buffalo Bill And The Indians (1976) - The Last Thing A Man Wants To Do Director Robert Altman, after nearly 15 minutes, finally shows his star and title character, Paul Newman, on camera, in rehearsal for his Wild West Show, introduced by producer Joel Grey, with Harvey Keitel as his nephew and secretary, Geraldine Chaplin as Annie Oakley, John Considine her husband, in Buffalo Bill And The Indians, 1976.
Buffalo Bill And The Indians (1976) - Ain't All That Different From Real Life Paul Newman (title character), with his publicist (Kevin McCarthy, as “Arizona John Burke,” also a historical figure) insists on a staged greeting for his newly recruited Wild West Show co-star, at first mistaking interpreter Halsey (Will Sampson) for Sitting Bull (Frank Kaquitts), in Robert Altman’s Buffalo Bill And The Indians Or, Sitting Bull’s History Lesson, 1976.
California Split (1974) - Captain Midnight Confirming what seemed likely after the opening scene at an LA poker club, director Robert Altman moves to a strip bar and makes clear Charlie (Elliott Gould) and Bill (George Segal), who took the same side in a brawl, had never met before, Alyce Passman and Joanne Strauss the half-naked stripper and mother, early in California Split, 1974.
California Split (1974) - Open, How To Play Poker Opening at an LA poker club, Robert Altman directing, roughly from a screenplay by actor and real-life gambler Joseph Walsh, we meet George Segal as Bill, Elliott Gould as Charlie, and non-actor Edward Walsh, brother of the screenwriter, as player “Lou,” in California Split, 1974, famous as the first feature shot with 8-track stereo sound.
California Split (1974) - They Give You Powdered Eggs The morning after the night they met at an LA poker club then got mugged, Charlie (Elliott Gould) and Bill (George Segal) get bailed out by Barbara (Ann Prentiss, Paula’s younger sister) and meet her roommate (Gwen Welles), ad-libbing, misdirection and some exposition from director Robert Altman, early in California Split, 1974.
California Split (1974) - You Don't Throw Oranges On An Escalator! The afternoon following their night in jail, writer Bill (George Segal) joins gambler Charlie (Elliott Gould) at LA’s Santa Anita race track, where their horse comes in with a photo finish, then a lady Charlie steered away from the horse (Barbara London) comes after them, Robert Altman directing on location, in California Split, 1974.
High Anxiety (1977) - Dedicated To The Master Writer, director and star Mel Brooks establishes from the start that his film is meant as a tribute to Alfred Hitchcock, then gets busy on the airplane, then accosted after landing at LAX by a guy in a trenchcoat (Bob Ridgely), in High Anxiety, 1977.
High Anxiety (1977) - A Mr. MacGuffin Called More waves of Hitchcock from writer-director Mel Brooks, as rattled shrink Thorndyke, arriving at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco with Brophy (Ron Carey), dealing with Jack Riley at the desk, co-writer Barry Levinson carrying bags, and an agorophobic episode, in the comic tributeHigh Anxiety, 1977.
High Anxiety (1977) - You're The Cocker's Daughter? Preparing to address the psychiatric association, afflicted Dr. Thorndyke (writer-director Mel Brooks) is interrupted by the first appearance of Madeline Kahn as Victoria Brisbane, daughter of a wealthy patient, in Brooks' Hitchcock send-up, High Anxiety, 1977.
Silent Movie (1976) - Burt Reynolds Promised that they'll get the backing for their silent movie if they can sign big stars, Funn, Eggs and Bell (director Mel Brooks, Marty Feldman, Dom DeLuise) aim high and, in probably not the predictable outcome, actually reach Burt Reynolds, in Silent Movie, 1976.

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