Guy Roe


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956)
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The Lonesome Trail (1955)
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Two-Gun Lady (1955)
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The Silver Star (1955)
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Target Earth (1954)
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My Six Convicts (1952)
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Try and Get Me! (1951)
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Queen for a Day (1951)
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Armored Car Robbery (1950)
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Trapped (1949)
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Red Stallion in the Rockies (1949)
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In This Corner (1948)
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Behind Locked Doors (1948)
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The Cobra Strikes (1948)
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Railroaded! (1947)
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A Scandal in Paris (1946)
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A Scandal in Paris (1946)
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Captain Kidd (1945)
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It Happened Tomorrow (1944)
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Texas Masquerade (1944)
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For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)
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Bahama Passage (1941)
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The Lady Eve (1941)
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Christmas in July (1940)
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The Jungle Princess (1936)
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The Crusades (1935)
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Elmer and Elsie (1934)
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Wharf Angel (1934)
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Bolero (1934)
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Cleopatra (1934)
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One Sunday Afternoon (1933)
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This Day and Age (1933)
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The Song of Songs (1933)
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Design for Living (1933)
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Luxury Liner (1933)
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Under-Cover Man (1932)
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Trouble in Paradise (1932)
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This Is the Night (1932)
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One Hour with You (1932)
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Love Me Tonight (1932)
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Silence (1931)
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Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Whispering City (1947)
Photography

Cinematography (Short)

Cash Stashers (1953)
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Bargain Madness (1951)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Try And Get Me! (1951) - I Never Have Any Trouble Intense real-time crime, Cy Endfield directs as brash Jerry (Lloyd Bridges) conducts newly recruited driver and novice criminal Howard (Frank Lovejoy) through his first heist, the victims not credited, in Try And Get Me!, 1951, from a novel and screenplay by Jo Pagano.
Try And Get Me! (1951) - Time And Space Have Met Joining the dinner party at the small-city California home of columnist Gil and spouse (Richard Carlson, Irene Vernon), guests including editor Hal and wife (Art Smith, Lynn Gray) and house-guest Vito (Renzo Cesana), a professor from Italy, their history explained, as news comes in about another robbery (staged by leading man Frank Lovejoy and Lloyd Bridges), in Try And Get Me!, 1951.
Try And Get Me! (1951) - Sautè Until Tender Hanging in his California home town having no luck finding work, increasingly desperate dad Howard (Frank Lovejoy) interrupts cook Mike (not credited) with columnist Stanton (Richard Carlson), then slick Jerry (Lloyd Bridges) bowling alone, director Cy Endfield introducing key players, early in Try And Get Me!, 1951.
Try And Get Me! (1951) - Open, To The Devil In A Dive Bomber Bracing opening, the street preacher is Emerson Treacy, evoking a whole range of literary and cinematic precedents, with the introduction of top-billed Frank Lovejoy edited into the title sequence, the colorful truck driver not credited, from the last feature directed by blacklisted Cy Endfield, before emigrating to the U.K., in Try And Get Me!, 1951.
Try And Get Me! (1951) - At Least We Weren't Beggars! Back in his hometown after failing to find work in a neighboring California city, we learn more about Howard (Frank Lovejoy), with wife Judy (Kathleen Ryan) and son Tommy (Donald Smelick), early in Try And Get Me!, 1951, from a novel and screenplay by Jo Pagano.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) - At The Ballpark Little noted at the time but much praised in retrospect, director Richard Fleischer opens with cops Cordell and Phillips (Charles McGraw, James Flavin) racing to the old L-A Wrigley Field, where they don't realize crook Purvus (William Talman) is timing them, in Amored Car Robbery, 1951.
Scandal In Paris (1946) - It Looks Made For You scandalinparis_itlooksmadeforyou_FC
Scandal In Paris (1946) - A Little Poorer Than Honest In the same year he narrated the opening to The Picture Of Dorian Gray, George Sanders introduces himself as the central character, the real person Eugene François Vidocq, and Akim Tamiroff as friend Emile, Douglas Sirk directing, in A Scandal In Paris, 1946, from Austrian ex-pat producer Arnold Pressburger, with Signe Hasso and Carole Landis.
Scandal In Paris (1946) - They Call Me Sweet Loretta Introducing leading WWII pinup Carole Landis in one of her first post-war pictures, fugitives George Sanders and Akim Tamiroff (as the historical figure and central character Vidocq, and sidekick Emile) are persuaded she’s worth a look, in Marseilles ca. 1805, in A Scandal In Paris, 1946, from producer Arnold Pressburger.
Scandal In Paris (1946) - Handsomer Than The Other Saints Via apparent happenstance, the face of St. George in a fresco (?) at a church in provincial France is that of George Sanders, the star and central character Vidocq, and has bewitched Signe Hasso as Therese, daughter of a local police official (Jo Ann Marlowe her sister), their first encounter following, in A Scandal In Paris, 1946.
Scandal In Paris (1946) - I Have A Shrewd Suspicion Maneuvering himself into being made chief of police, con man George Sanders has assumed the name of a prominent local family and become a houseguest of the aristocrat police minister Houdon (Alan Napier), whose jewels he has stolen and hidden, and whose unsuspecting daughter (Signe Hasso) remains enthralled, in A Scandal In Paris, 1946.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) - When You Kill A Cop Cops Cordell (Charles McGraw) and Ryan (Don McGuire) are just settling in to watch the stripper and gang moll they plan to interview, when Mapes (Steve Brodie), from the heist gang shows up, bare knuckle interrogation following, in Richard Fleischer's Armored Car Robbery, 1950.

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