Gayne Rescher


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Melanie Darrow (1997)
Director Of Photography
Breathing Lessons (1994)
Director Of Photography
Fugitive Nights: Danger in the Desert (1993)
Director Of Photography
A Taste For Killing (1992)
Director Of Photography
Nightmare in the Daylight (1992)
Director Of Photography
Follow Your Heart (1990)
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Get Smart, Again! (1989)
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Single Women, Married Men (1989)
Director Of Photography
Shooter (1988)
Director Of Photography
The Watch Commander (1988)
Director Of Photography
Side By Side (1988)
Director Of Photography
In Love and War (1987)
Director Of Photography
Love Among Thieves (1987)
Director Of Photography
There Must Be a Pony (1986)
Director Of Photography
Promise (1986)
Director Of Photography
Between Two Women (1986)
Director Of Photography
Toughlove (1985)
Director Of Photography
A Bunny's Tale (1985)
Director Of Photography
Right To Kill (1985)
Director Of Photography
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer: Murder Me, Murder You (1983)
Director Of Photography
The Day After (1983)
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Something So Right (1982)
Director Of Photography
Honeyboy (1982)
Director Of Photography
The Legend of Walks Far Woman (1982)
Director Of Photography
Sister, Sister (1982)
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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)
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The Pride of Jesse Hallam (1981)
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Bitter Harvest (1981)
Director Of Photography
The Princess and the Cabbie (1981)
Director Of Photography
The Scarlett O'Hara War (1980)
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Moviola: The Silent Lovers (1980)
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Angel on My Shoulder (1980)
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Moviola: This Year's Blonde (1980)
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Dummy (1979)
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Betrayal (1978)
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A Christmas to Remember (1978)
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Just Me and You (1978)
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Olly, Olly, Oxen Free (1978)
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Deadly Game (1977)
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Mary Jane Happer Cried Last Night (1977)
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Something For Joey (1977)
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The Girl in the Empty Grave (1977)
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Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn (1977)
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A Circle of Children (1977)
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Norman...Is That You? (1976)
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A Shadow in the Streets (1975)
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Sarah T. -- Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic (1975)
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Crime Club (1975)
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Claudine (1974)
Cinematographer
The Great Niagara (1974)
Director Of Photography
The Third Girl From the Left (1973)
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Book of Numbers (1972)
Cinematographer
A New Leaf (1971)
Director of Photography
Such Good Friends (1971)
Photography
John and Mary (1969)
Director of Photography
Rachel, Rachel (1968)
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New York City--The Most (1968)
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The Doctor and the Playgirl (1965)
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Open the Door and See All the People (1964)
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The Troublemaker (1964)
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Mad Dog Coll (1961)
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The Fiend of Dope Island (1961)
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Man on a String (1960)
Director of Photographer, New York
Murder, Inc. (1960)
Director of Photography
Windjammer (1958)
Director of Photography
A Face in the Crowd (1957)
Director of Photography
Seven Wonders of the World (1956)
Aerial Photographer
Cinerama Holiday (1955)
Camera Operator

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Flight 90: Disaster on the Potomac (1984)
Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Shooter (1988)
Other
Side By Side (1988)
Other
There Must Be a Pony (1986)
Other
Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer: Murder Me, Murder You (1983)
Dp/Cinematographer
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)
Dp/Cinematographer
Honeyboy (1982)
Other
Just Me and You (1978)
Other
A Shadow in the Streets (1975)
Other
Crime Club (1975)
Other
The Third Girl From the Left (1973)
Other

Cinematography (Special)

The Boys in Blue (1984)
Director Of Photography
Hardcase (1981)
Director Of Photography

Misc. Crew (Special)

The Boys in Blue (1984)
Other
Hardcase (1981)
Other

Film Production - Main (Short)

when I'm old enough.... GOOD-BYE! (1962)
Photography

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Jackie Collins' Lucky Chances (1990)
Director Of Photography
Windmills Of The Gods (1988)
Director Of Photography
Dress Gray (1986)
Director Of Photography
James A. Michener's "Space" (1985)
Director Of Photography
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (1979)
Director Of Photography
To Kill a Cop (1978)
Director Of Photography
Pearl (1978)
Director Of Photography

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

James A. Michener's "Space" (1985)
Other

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Claudine (1974) - You Gonna Tell Me What's Heavy? Continuing from the opening into what must be some location in Westchester County, NY, title character Diahann Carroll arrives at her workplace and meets garbage-man "Roop" (James Earl Jones) clearly not for the first time, Bernie Barrow and Joan Kaye her employers, John Berry directing, in Claudine, 1974.
Claudine (1974) - Open, Vitamin F With all six kids (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs the tallest, eldest) Bronx native Diahann Carroll (title role, in her Academy Award-nominated performance) in Upper Manhattan, then on the Riverdale bus with friends (Judy Mills et al), in the first and only feature from Ossie Davis’ Third World Cinema Corp., Claudine, 1974.
Claudine (1974) - I've Actually Avoided Success Westchester County garbage man Roop (James Earl Jones) has evacuated household worker Diahann Carroll (title character) from her bustling Manhattan apartment and six kids for their first date, his own place in Harlem not 100% ready for a guest, early in Claudine, 1974.
Claudine (1974) - Every Tear My Mother Sheds The second visit of James Earl Jones as stable suburban garbage-man “Roop” Marshall to the Upper Manhattan home of single-mom Diahann Carroll (title character), getting a little more engaged with her kids, Yvette Curtis as second-eldest Patrice, Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs as protective Charles, in Claudine, 1974.
Face in the Crowd, A (1957) - Lonesome Rhodes Small-time Arkansas radio hostess Marcia Jeffries (Patricia Neal) is doing her man-on-the-street show from the jail, where she meets prickly inmate Rhodes (Andy Griffith), and invents his name, early in Elia Kazan's A Face In The Crowd, 1957.
Face In The Crowd, A (1957) - You're My Idol! Lust in the heart of Andy Griffith, as now nationally famous media freak Lonesome Rhodes, back in Arkansas to judge a baton-twirling contest, won hands-down by Betty Lou (Lee Remick, in her first movie), in Elia Kazan's A Face In The Crowd, 1957.
Face in the Crowd, A (1957) - Cold Fish Respectable Girls Marcia (Patricia Neal), discoverer of radio phenom Lonesome Rhodes (Andy Griffith), introduces a Memphis agent (Henry Sharp), then follows him through a broadcast, a gag on her station-manager father, and an on-air negotiation, in Elia Kazan's A Face In The Crowd, 1957.
Face in the Crowd, A (1957) - Big City Pickle Hearts First show at the big Memphis TV station, Marcia (Patricia Neal) introduces writer Mel (Walter Matthau) to the new star she discovered the unscrupulous "Lonesome" Rhodes (Andy Griffith), who doesn't want a script, in Elia Kazan's A Face In The Crowd, 1957.
New Leaf, A (1971) - You Are An Aging Youth Careless and now destitute playboy heir Henry (Walter Matthau) visits his former guardian, nutty uncle Harry (James Coco), seeking financing for his plan to marry money in a hurry, in writer, director and co-star Elaine May's A New Leaf, 1971.
New Leaf, A (1971) - She Has To Be Vaccuumed Encouraged by his enterprising valet (George Rose), broke playboy Henry (Walter Matthau) closes in on meek mega-rich botanist Henrietta (writer and director Elaine May), whom he needs to marry on a deadline, in A New Leaf, 1971.
New Leaf, A (1971) - Your Financial Downfall New York playboy heir Henry (Walter Matthau) is more concerned about his bounced check for his club dues than with the bigger message from his financial adviser (William Redfield), early in writer, director and lead actress Elaine May's A New Leaf, 1971.
New Leaf, A (1971) - Many Examples Of Perversion At tea in the Hamptons, bankrupt heir Henry (Walter Matthau), desperate to marry money before a looming deadline, seeks info from friend Bo (Graham Jarvis) about bookish Henrietta (Elaine May, also the writer and director), in A New Leaf, 1971.

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