Robert Planck


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Body Heat (1981)
Lead Man

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Girl Most Likely (1958)
Director of Photography
Jeanne Eagels (1957)
Director of Photography
The Young Stranger (1957)
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Diane (1956)
Director of Photography
Gaby (1956)
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Moonfleet (1955)
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The King's Thief (1955)
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Prisoner of War (1954)
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Rhapsody (1954)
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Athena (1954)
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Remains to Be Seen (1953)
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Lili (1953)
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Torch Song (1953)
Director of Photography
Scandal at Scourie (1953)
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The Belle of New York (1952)
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Royal Wedding (1951)
Director of Photography
Texas Carnival (1951)
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Rich, Young and Pretty (1951)
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Summer Stock (1950)
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Please Believe Me (1950)
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The Doctor and the Girl (1949)
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Madame Bovary (1949)
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Little Women (1949)
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Luxury Liner (1948)
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The Three Musketeers (1948)
Director of Photography
Cass Timberlane (1948)
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Love Laughs at Andy Hardy (1947)
Director of Photography
It Happened in Brooklyn (1947)
Director of Photography
Up Goes Maisie (1946)
Director of Photography
The Show-Off (1946)
Director of Photography
Anchors Aweigh (1945)
Director of Photography
Week-End at the Waldorf (1945)
Director of Photography
Maisie Goes to Reno (1944)
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Two Girls and a Sailor (1944)
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The Heavenly Body (1944)
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The Canterville Ghost (1944)
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The White Cliffs of Dover (1944)
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Above Suspicion (1943)
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Girl Crazy (1943)
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We Were Dancing (1942)
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Ship Ahoy (1942)
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Eyes in the Night (1942)
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Reunion in France (1942)
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Her Cardboard Lover (1942)
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When Ladies Meet (1941)
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The Wild Man of Borneo (1941)
Director of Photographer for retakes
A Woman's Face (1941)
Director of Photography
Susan and God (1940)
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Strange Cargo (1940)
Director of Photography
Escape (1940)
Director of Photography
The Man in the Iron Mask (1939)
Photography
King of the Turf (1939)
Photography
Life Returns (1938)
Photography
The Duke of West Point (1938)
Photography
Kentucky Moonshine (1938)
Photography
Always Goodbye (1938)
Photography
Hold That Co-Ed (1938)
Photography
The Baroness and the Butler (1938)
Photography
We Who Are About to Die (1937)
Photography
Thin Ice (1937)
Photography
Woman-Wise (1937)
Photography
Life Begins in College (1937)
Photography
That I May Live (1937)
Photography
Love and Hisses (1937)
Photography
Time Out for Romance (1937)
Photography
This Is My Affair (1937)
Photography
The Last of the Mohicans (1936)
Photography
It's Up to You (1936)
Photography
Career Woman (1936)
Photography
Rendezvous at Midnight (1935)
Photography
The Melody Lingers On (1935)
Photography
Red Salute (1935)
Photography
Let 'Em Have It (1935)
Photography
King Kelly of the U.S.A. (1934)
Photography
Money Means Nothing (1934)
Photography
Granaderos del amor (1934)
Photography
Our Daily Bread (1934)
Photography
The Secret of the Chateau (1934)
Photography
Jane Eyre (1934)
Photography
Manhattan Love Song (1934)
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Frontier Marshal (1934)
Photography
The Moonstone (1934)
Photography
Primavera en otoño (1933)
Photography
Yo, tú y ella (1933)
Photography
El rey de los gitanos (1933)
Photography
Una viuda romántica (1933)
Photography
Life in the Raw (1933)
Photography
Broken Dreams (1933)
Photography
It's Great to Be Alive (1933)
Photography
The Silver Lining (1932)
Cinematographer
Handle with Care (1932)
Camera Operator
The Secret Witness (1931)
Photography
Reaching for the Moon (1931)
Photography
Corsair (1931)
Assistant Camera
Be Yourself! (1930)
Director of Photography
The Bat Whispers (1930)
Photographer 65mm vers
Three Live Ghosts (1929)
Director of Photography

Art Department (Feature Film)

Necromancy (1972)
Lead man

Art Department (Special)

Larry King Meets E.R. (1998)
On-Set Dresser

Cast (Short)

You Can't Fool a Camera (1941)
Himself

Cinematography (Short)

Poet and Peasant Overture (1954)
Cinematographer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Girl Crazy (1943) - Grinding Coffee Their first meeting in their last co-starring MGM Musical, frisky Mickey Rooney as east-coast publishing-heir playboy Danny, banished to college out west, meets taller and prettier Judy Garland, whom we’ll learn is the college post-mistress Ginger, in the all-Gershwin full-tilt Freed Unit production, Girl Crazy, 1943.
Girl Crazy (1943) - But Not For Me Feeling a fairly complex disappointment for having become vested in the college beauty pageant, post-mistress Ginger (Judy Garland) finds another George & Ira Gershwin tune from the original Broadway hit, good guy Rags (Ragland) attempting consolation, in MGM's Girl Crazy, 1943, also starring Mickey Rooney.
Girl Crazy (1943) - Could You Use Me? One of only a couple numbers they perform together in their last MGM co-starring vehicle, it’s fallen to pretty college post-mistress Ginger (Judy Garland) to take departing playboy-heir student to the train to go home, his only regret in leaving her behind, with a George & Ira Gershwin tune, in Girl Crazy, 1943.
Girl Crazy (1943) - Embraceable You The boys at Cody College throw a birthday for their beloved post-mistress Ginger (Judy Garland) who offers George and Ira Gershwin's Embraceable You, including an extended performance with dance director Charles "Chuck" Walters, in return, in Girl Crazy, 1943, also starring Mickey Rooney.
Girl Crazy (1943) - Treat Me Rough With Tommy Dorsey and orchestra, George and Ira Gershwin's Treat Me Rough, first by June Allyson as a specialty, then by youthful playboy Danny (Mickey Rooney), about to be sent to college out west, in the lavish MGM Freed Unit musical Girl Crazy, 1943, also starring Judy Garland.
Girl Most Likely, The (1958) - Gotta Keep Up With The Joneses Maybe not a surprise, this vigorous fantasy number to a Hugh Martin/Ralph Blaine original is choreographed by Gower Champion, Jane Powell the title character, Tommy Noonan (dubbed by Robert Oates) one of her three suitors, in Jane’s first film away from MGM, The Girl Most Likely, 1958.
Woman's Face, A - A Most Generous Gesture Deep in the Swedish woods, waiter (Donald Meek) serving Vera (Osa Massen) and the party of playboy Barring (Conrad Veidt) who then meets "proprietor" Anna (Joan Crawford), early in George Cukor's A Woman's Face, 1941.
Athena (1954) - Harmonize Perturbed lawyer Adam (Edmund Purdom) at the home of mystically inclined fitness nuts, Louis Calhern as Grandpa, Jane Powell the title character, Debbie Reynolds and Vic Damone in chorus, and Steve Reeves the disdainful body-builder, another Martin & Blane song, in MGM’s Athena, 1954.
Royal Wedding (1951) - You're All The World To Me As entertainer "Tom Bowen," Fred Astaire is all over the walls and ceilings over his English girlfriend (played by Winston Churchill's daughter Sarah) in the famous trick sequence, directed by Stanley Donen, from MGM's Royal Wedding, 1951.
Anchors Aweigh (1945) - Jealousy! Kathryn Grayson as Susan, widowed de-facto mother of her nephew, who hasn’t sung a note thus far, is eager to thank her new on-leave Navy pals Joe and Clarence (Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra), at an L-A Mexican club, the famous song by the Danish composer Jacob Gade, English lyric by Patience Strong, in Anchors Aweigh, 1945.
Anchors Aweigh (1945) - I Always Get Sung To Sleep! On shore-leave in L-A sailors Joe and Clarence (Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra) have agreed to put their new pal Donald (Dean Stockwell) to bed, Frank supplying Brahms’ Lullaby, then hoping to apply Gene’s promised romantic advice to his guardian-aunt Susan (Kathryn Grayson), in MGM’s Anchors Aweigh, 1945.
Anchors Aweigh (1945) - I Begged Her Returning to sailors' lodgings after their first night on leave, Doolittle (Frank Sinatra) forgetting to brag, Brady (Gene Kelly) correcting, into their Sammy Cahn-Jule Styne number, staged by Kelly and Jack Donohue, in Anchors Aweigh, 1945.

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