Ted Scaife


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Corn Is Green (1979)
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The Water Babies (1979)
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The Last Giraffe (1979)
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Sitting Target (1972)
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Catlow (1971)
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Cry of the Penguins (1971)
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The Kremlin Letter (1970)
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A Walk with Love and Death (1969)
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The Liquidator (1966)
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Young Cassidy (1965)
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The List of Adrian Messenger (1963)
Director of Photographer for European unit
All Night Long (1963)
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Tarzan's Three Challenges (1963)
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Follow the Boys (1963)
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The Lion (1962)
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Carry On Constable (1961)
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Watch Your Stern (1961)
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Tarzan the Magnificent (1960)
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The House of the Seven Hawks (1959)
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The Last Blitzkrieg (1959)
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The Two-Headed Spy (1959)
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Tarzan's Greatest Adventure (1959)
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Law and Disorder (1958)
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Happy Is the Bride (1958)
Cinematographer
Sea Wife (1957)
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Smiley (1957)
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Curse of the Demon (1957)
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Storm Over the Nile (1956)
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The Constant Husband (1955)
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Twist of Fate (1954)
Lighting cameraman
An Inspector Calls (1954)
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Pandora and the Flying Dutchman (1952)
2nd Unit Photography
The Ringer (1952)
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The African Queen (1951)
2nd Unit Photography
Outcast of the Islands (1951)
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The Third Man (1949)
Camera Operator

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

All Night Long (1963) - You Kick One Habit Johnny (Patrick McGoohan) manipulates ex-addict Cass (Keith Michell) with some evil weed and mind games at a London jazz party in director Basil Dearden's All Night Long, 1963.
All Night Long (1963) - Margolis on Jazz Stoned Cass (Keith Michell) uses jazz theory to insult impresario Berger (Bernard Braden) who spurns apologies from Rod (Richard Attenborough), Johnny (Patrick McGoohan and Rex (Paul Harris) in All Night Long, 1963.
All Night Long (1963) - It's A Raggy Waltz, Dave Brubeck Dave Brubeck (making his only feature film appearance) leads Brits Bert Courtley and Johnny Scott (trumpet, alto, who both later played on Beatles recordings!) in his own composition It's A Raggy Waltz, actors (Patrick McGoohan et al), spectating, in director Basil Dearden's All Night Long, 1963.
Follow The Boys (1963) - A Cheap Rolls-Royce Shooting pretty clearly on the waterfront in Cannes, Americans Liz and Bonnie (Janis Paige, Connie Francis) have just met, miffed because the ship carrying their men has been diverted to Italy, joined by French Michele (Dany Robin) and another yank Toni (Paula Prentiss), and improvising, early in Follow The Boys, 1963.
Follow The Boys (1963) - It's An Italian Baby Stranded in an Italian village with car trouble (Eric Pohlmann their farmer host), aiming to meet the U.S. Navy ship carrying their beaus, French Michele (Dany Robin) and Americans Liz, Toni and Bonnie (Janis Paige, Paula Prentiss and Connie Francis, born Concetta Rosemarie Franconero, in Newark, NJ), pull together, in MGM’s Follow The Boys, 1963.
Pandora And The Flying Dutchman (1952) - A Lack Of Love Following their first embrace, Pandora (Ava Gardner) and van der Zee (James Mason) on the Spanish coast of an evening, in writer-director Albert Lewin's Pandora And The Flying Dutchman, 1952.
Curse Of The Demon (1957) - Doth Walk In Fear And Dread American scientist Holden (Dana Andrews), lured to dinner with schoolteacher Joanna (Peggy Cummins), whose scientist uncle was killed by the devil cult, still won't believe there's magic afoot, in director Jacques Tourneur's Curse Of The Demon, 1957.
Curse Of The Demon (1957) - For Myself And My Followers Professor Harrington (Maurice Denham) knows evil Karswell (Niall MacGinnis) really is running a devil cult, but offers to revoke his charges in return for the lifting of a curse, then leaves, encountering special effects, opening Curse Of The Demon, 1957.
Young Cassidy (1965) - Right And Proper Too Dublin, ca. 1911, Cassidy (Rod Taylor, in a role based on the author Sean O'Casey) has written the flyers being handed out at an Irish workers' rally, British cops arrive, he flees with new friend Daisy (Julie Christie), in Young Cassidy, 1965.
Liquidator, The (1966) - I'll Remember You The prologue, liberation of Paris to director Jack Cardiff shooting black & white, as tanker Rod Taylor meets undercover intel officer Trevor Howard, in The Liquidator, 1966, from the first of John Gardner's "Boysie Oakes" novels.
Liquidator, The (1966) - We Liquidate Them Intelligence officer Mostyn (Trevor Howard) arrives at the Whitehall office of "The Chief" (Wilfrid Hyde-White), they commiserate over another intelligence scandal and consider an outrageous solution, early in director Jack Cardiff's The Liquidator, 1966.
Liquidator, The (1966) - Multicolored Tits Self-interested intelligence man Mostyn (Trevor Howard) has hunted down Boysie Oakes (Rod Taylor), whom he wrongly believes to be a skilled assassin, at the funeral for his partner in a failed pet bird business (Jo Rowbottom as his assistant), to offer a lucrative gig, in The Liquidator, 1966, from the first novel in the series by John Gardner.

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