Paul Beeson


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

The Favor (1994)

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Alien 3 (1992)
Director Of Photography
The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (1989)
Director Of Photography
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
Director Of Photography
An African Dream (1989)
Director Of Photography
Willow (1988)
Director Of Photography
Taffin (1988)
Director Of Photography
Jane and the Lost City (1987)
Director Of Photography
Never Say Never Again (1983)
Camera Operator
Hawk The Slayer (1980)
Director Of Photography
Silver Dream Racer (1980)
Camera
The Unidentified Flying Oddball (1979)
Cinematographer
Starcrash (1979)
Director Of Photography
Ballet Gayane (1978)
Cinematographer
Candleshoe (1977)
Director Of Photography
The Littlest Horse Thieves (1976)
Director Of Photography
Beauty and the Beast (1976)
Director Of Photography
One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975)
Director Of Photography
A Warm December (1972)
Director Of Photography
Crescendo (1972)
Director Of Photography
Kidnapped (1971)
Director Of Photography
Jane Eyre (1971)
Director Of Photography
Moon Zero Two (1970)
Director of Photography
Mosquito Squadron (1970)
Director of Photography
Hell Boats (1970)
Director of Photography
Submarine X-1 (1969)
Director of Photography
The Lost Continent (1968)
Director of Photography
Attack on the Iron Coast (1968)
Director of Photography
To Sir, With Love (1967)
Director of Photography
Africa--Texas Style! (1967)
Lighting Camera
Not With My Wife, You Don't! (1966)
European Photographer
The Sound of Music (1965)
Addl Photographer
Die, Monster, Die! (1965)
Director of Photography
The Moon-Spinners (1964)
Director of Photography
The Three Lives of Thomasina (1963)
Director of Photography
Tarzan Goes to India (1962)
Director of Photography
In Search of the Castaways (1962)
Lighting Camera
Nearly a Nasty Accident (1962)
Director of Photography
Season of Passion (1961)
Director of Photography
The Happy Thieves (1961)
Director of Photography
Greyfriars Bobby (1961)
Director of Photography
Kidnapped (1960)
Director of Photography
Swiss Family Robinson (1960)
Addl Photographer
The Scapegoat (1959)
Director of Photography
Nowhere to Go (1959)
Director of Photography
Dunkirk (1958)
Director of Photography
The Shiralee (1957)
Director Of Photography
Under Capricorn (1949)
Op of Camera movement

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Photography
Santa Claus: The Movie (1985)
Additional Photography
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)
Photography
The Pirates of Penzance (1983)
Additional Photography
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
Additional Photography
Hawk The Slayer (1980)
Photography
The People That Time Forgot (1977)
Special Tank Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
Dp/Cinematographer
Willow (1988)
Other
Jane and the Lost City (1987)
Other

Film Production - Lighting/Electrical (Special)

Iolanthe (1987)
Lighting

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

The First Olympics: Athens 1896 (1984)
Director Of Photography
QB VII (1974)
Director Of Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Scapegoat, The (1959) - Traitorous Animals, Cats Melancholy vacationing English teacher Barratt (Alec Guinness) at first doesn't realized he's being shadowed, his first night in a French country town, early in The Scapegoat, 1959, from a Gore Vidal script, co-starring Bette Davis.
Scapegoat, The (1959) - Lie To Me Later Alec Guinness, who really is Barrat, an English teacher just in from Paris, meets daffy French countess Du Gue (Bette Davis) who believes he's her look-alike nephew, who has disappeared, leaving his troubles to his twin, in The Scapegoat, 1959, from a Daphne Du Maurier novel.
Warm December, A (1972) - My Warm And Willing Nature American doctor Matt Younger (Sidney Poitier, who also directed), whom we think might be involved in some international intrigue, sees for the second time the unidentified Esther Anderson, and helps her lose her tail (John Beardmore), on location at the British Museum, Bloomsbury, London, in A Warm December, 1972.
Warm December, A (1972) - First Trip To London? After credit sequence including star Sidney Poitier’s for directing, he’s an American doctor in London for a motorcycle-riding vacation with his young daughter, picked up by pal Henry (George Baker) who has his doubts, and they meet a woman (Esther Anderson) who’s being followed, in A Warm December, 1972.
Dunkirk (1958) - There's A Flap On! Tight opening with newsreels and comic shorts establishing late March, 1940, in Belgium British forces including John Mills as Corporal Binns, with Robert Urquhart as witty Mike, and privates Meredith Edwards and Ray Jackson, speculating about the folks back home, in Dunkirk, 1958, from Ealing studios, also starring Richard Attenborough.
Dunkirk (1958) - Be Like Dad -- Keep Mum! In London, March 1940, irritated with sketchy news from the Ministry Of Information, journalist Foreman (Bernard Lee) at his local, joined by his wife (Maxine Audley), tangling with machine shop owner Holden (Richard Attenborough), whom he considers a profiteer, a merchant seaman (Victor Maddern) joining in, early in Dunkirk, 1958.
Dunkirk (1958) - You're Under Orders Now Now in Sheerness, Kent, having sailed their commandeered boats from London, journalist Foreman (Bernard Lee) realizes British forces in France are being routed, tells the naval officer (Michael Gwynn) he’s willing to sail across himself, inspiring young Frankie (Sean Barrett) and previously timid Holden (Richard Attenborough) to volunteer as well, in Dunkirk, 1958.
Warm December, A (1972) - The Open 500 Scramble Star and director Sidney Poitier in action, as American amateur motorcycle racer Dr. Matt Younger in a then-popular “scramble” outside London, monitored by a still-unexplained observer (George Beardmore) then visiting the Thames and Trafalgar Square with his daughter (Yvette Curtis), amid growing mystery, in A Warm December, 1972.
Warm December, A (1972) - Nonqonqo Director and star Sidney Poitier as American doctor Matt Younger visiting London has earned some of the confidence of Catherine (Esther Anderson), mysterious niece of an important African ambassador, and she’s agreed to a date, where they see an African ensemble led by Letta Mbulu singing a Miriam Makeba song, in A Warm December, 1972.
To Sir With Love (1967) - Victoria And Albert Museum The second of three uses of the title song, sung by Lulu (who plays student “Babs”) off camera, among those joining Thackeray (Sidney Poitier, title character) for a cleverly edited visit to the Victoria And Albert Museum in London, vignettes featuring Judy Geeson and Suzy Kendall bracketing, in To Sir, With Love, 1967.
To Sir With Love (1967) - It's Getting Harder Not always remembered, another big musical moment, as the top Manchester band The Mindbenders (Ric Rothwell, Bob Lang and Eric Stewart shown) appear improbably at the inner-city London school dance, with a song by Ben Raleigh and Charles Albertine, introduced by Lulu (as Babs) a truce and dance between the title character Thackeray (Sidney Poitier) and coming-around rebel Pamela (Judy Geeson), near the ending of To Sir, With Love, 1967.
To Sir, With Love (1967) - Black Sheep West Indian Thackeray (Sidney Poitier) into the fray, meeting colleagues Weston (Geoffrey Bayldon) and Evans (Faith Brook) on his first day at his East London high school, in James Clavell's To Sir, With Love, 1967.

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