Haskell Boggs


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Bonanza: The Return (1993)
Director Of Photography
Us (1991)
Director Of Photography
Where Pigeons Go to Die (1990)
Director Of Photography
Maneater (1973)
Director Of Photography
Double Indemnity (1973)
Director Of Photography
Young Fury (1965)
Director of Photography
Red Line 7000 (1965)
Addl Photographer (see note)
CinderFella (1960)
Director of Photography
The Bellboy (1960)
Director of Photography
Don't Give Up the Ship (1959)
Director of Photography
As Young as We Are (1958)
Director of Photography
The Geisha Boy (1958)
Director of Photography
I Married a Monster from Outer Space (1958)
Director of Photography
St. Louis Blues (1958)
Director of Photography
Rock-a-Bye Baby (1958)
Director of Photography
Teacher's Pet (1958)
Director of Photography
Hear Me Good (1957)
Director of Photography
Short Cut to Hell (1957)
Director of Photography
Fear Strikes Out (1957)
Director of Photography
The Delicate Delinquent (1957)
Director of Photography
Around the World in 80 Days (1956)
Photographer, U.S.
Anything Can Happen (1952)
2nd Camera
No Man of Her Own (1950)
Camera Operator
The Furies (1950)
Camera Operator
Riding High (1950)
Op Camera
Union Station (1950)
Camera Operator
Dark City (1950)
2nd Camera
Red, Hot and Blue (1949)
Camera Operator
Bride of Vengeance (1949)
2nd Camera
The Heiress (1949)
Camera Operator
Sorrowful Jones (1949)
Camera Operator
Hazard (1948)
Camera Operator
Dream Girl (1948)
Camera Operator
Easy Come, Easy Go (1947)
2nd Camera
To Each His Own (1946)
2nd Camera
Kitty (1946)
2nd Camera
You Came Along (1945)
2nd Camera
Hold That Blonde (1945)
2nd Camera
Here Come the Waves (1944)
2nd Camera
Five Graves to Cairo (1943)
Op Camera
Henry Aldrich Haunts a House (1943)
2nd Camera
Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1941)
Assistant to 2d Camera

Cinematography (Special)

Michael Landon: Memories With Laughter and Love (1991)
Director Of Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Fear Strikes Out (1957) - I Showed 'Em! Never happened but represents similar incidents, Jim Piersall (Anthony Perkins), hits an inside-the-park home run at Fenway, Dad (Karl Malden) and wife (Norma Moore) in the stands, then wigs out, in Fear Strikes Out, 1957.
Bellboy, The (1960) - He Sure Is Funny! Writer, producer, director and star Jerry Lewis appearing for the first time as himself, arriving at Miami’s Fontainebleau Hotel, where he was also the headline act, emerging from the elevator as the title character Stanley, his colleagues noting the resemblance, in The Bellboy, 1960.
Bellboy, The (1960) - Everything Out Of The Trunk The first proper gag or two, with writer, first-time director, producer and star Jerry Lewis as silent bellboy Stanley, shooting at Miami’s Fontainebleau Hotel, where Lewis was also performing at the time, in The Bellboy, 1960.
Bellboy, The (1960) - Written, Produced And Directed Columnist and radio star Walter Winchell was recruited to do this narration, following an opening featuring a parody of a Paramount exec explaining the movie, introducing Jerry Lewis as the star, and everything else, in his non-narrative sketch-comedy hit, The Bellboy, 1960.
Bellboy, The (1960) - Conducting A straightforward comic sketch, writer, director, producer and star Jerry Lewis as his own title character Stanley, leading an imaginary orchestra in the main ballroom at the Fontainebleau in Miami, in The Bellboy, 1960.
I Married A Monster From Outer Space - Marge Follows Bill Troubled Marge (Gloria Talbott) follows husband Bill (Tom Tryon) on one of his evening strolls, where by special effects she becomes convinced he has changed, in I Married A Monster From Outer Space, 1958.
I Married A Monster From Outer Space - Breeding Purposes Marge (Gloria Talbott) in a pivotal conversation with husband Bill (Tom Tryon), leading him to concede that he's an alien and his cohorts aim to mate with human females in I Married A Monster From Outer Space, 1958.
I Married A Monster From Outer Space - Opening Credits Opening title credits for director Gene Fowler Jr.'s forthright I Married A Monster From Outer Space, 1958, starring Tom Tryon and Gloria Talbott.
I Married A Monster From Outer Space - Honeymoon Efforts by Marge (Gloria Talbott) notwithstanding, Bill (Tom Tryon) seems not to get the point of the honeymoon, for reasons that become apparent under lightning, in I Married A Monster From Outer Space, 1958.
I Married A Monster From Outer Space - Bachelor Party Bill (Tom Tryon) leaves buddies (Peter Baldwin, Alan Dexter, Robert Ivers) at his bachelor party then has something more than a traffic accident in an early sequence from I Married A Monster From Outer Space, 1958.

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