Lloyd Ahern


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Black Hole (1979)
Camera Operator
The Klansman (1974)
Director Of Photography
Film Portrait (1972)
Camera Operator
Hot Rods to Hell (1967)
Director of Photography
The Sand Castle (1961)
Director of Photography
The Looters (1955)
Director of Photography
Princess of the Nile (1954)
Director of Photography
The Gambler from Natchez (1954)
Director of Photography
Gorilla at Large (1954)
Director of Photography
The Silver Whip (1953)
Director of Photography
O. Henry's Full House (1952)
Photographer of "The Cop and the Anthem"
Love Nest (1951)
Director of Photography
For Heaven's Sake (1950)
Director of Photography
Love That Brute (1950)
Director of Photography
Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949)
Director of Photography
Father Was a Fullback (1949)
Director of Photography
Cry of the City (1948)
Director of Photography
The Brasher Doubloon (1947)
Director of Photography
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
Director of Photography
Claudia and David (1946)
Camera Operator
Cluny Brown (1946)
2nd Camera
Hangover Square (1945)
2nd Camera
Doll Face (1945)
2nd Camera
Fallen Angel (1945)
2nd Camera
A Bell for Adano (1945)
2nd Camera
Laura (1944)
2nd Camera
The Crusades (1935)
Assistant Camera
Song of the Eagle (1933)
Assistant Camera
The Billion Dollar Scandal (1933)
Assistant Camera
Broken Lullaby (1932)
Assistant Camera
The Strange Case of Clara Deane (1932)
Assistant Camera
70,000 Witnesses (1932)
Assistant Camera
Madison Sq. Garden (1932)
Assistant Camera
Working Girls (1931)
Assistant Camera
I Take This Woman (1931)
Assistant Camera

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1972)
Special photographic consultant

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

The Klansman (1974)
Dp/Cinematographer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

O. Henry's Full House (1952) - Many Kinds Of A Writer Henry Hathaway, among the five credited directors, directs this introduction, John Steinbeck hired to stand in for the deceased author, leading into the first story, featuring Charles Laughton as “Soapy,” in the popular 20th Century-Fox anthology O. Henry’s Full House, 1952.
Love Nest (1951) - Your Ancestors Had Excellent Taste First meeting of Frank Fay (as Paterson, though he went by another name at his previous residence) with William Lundigan and June Haver (as returned veteran Jim and wife Connie), his prospective landlords, in post-WWII Manhattan, in Love Nest, 1951, from a novel by Scott Corbett and script by I.A.L. Diamond.
Love Nest (1951) - Are You The Janitor's Wife? Novice Manhattan landlord Connie (June Haver) greets Roberta, a.k.a. “Bobbie” (Marilyn Monroe, her first scene), war-buddy of her returned-veteran husband Jim (William Lundigan) who earlier did, in fact, start to mention her gender, in 20th Century-Fox’s Love Nest, 1951.
O. Henry's Full House (1952) - The Cop And The Anthem From the first story in the anthology, and encompassing the entire performance of Marilyn Monroe as the streetwalker, New Yorker Soapy (Charles Laughton) has had no luck getting himself arrested for the winter, and fails to recognize her profession, in director Henry Koster’s segment of O. Henry’s Full House, 1952.
Hot Rods To Hell - Get In With The Kids Ruffian Duke (Paul Bertoya) wants to make inroads with chaste Tina (Laurie Mock) until her father Tom (Dana Andrews) cuts in, leading Dailey (George Ives) to blow his stack, in Hot Rods To Hell, 1967.
Hot Rods To Hell - There Must Be People! The road-tripping Phillips family, (Dana Andrews, Jeanne Crain, Laurie Mock and Tim Stafford) is pursued by irritated teen motorists, fleeing to the picnic grounds, in Hot Rods To Hell, 1967.

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