Alan Stensvold


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Invisible Strangler (1984)
Cinematographer
The Concrete Cowboys (1979)
Director Of Photography
Murder in Music City (1979)
Director Of Photography
Firehouse (1973)
Director Of Photography
Class of '63 (1973)
Director Of Photography
Rainbow Bridge (1972)
2d unit Camera
Footsteps (1972)
Director Of Photography
Sandcastles (1972)
Director Of Photography
Chandler (1971)
Director of Photography
Clay Pigeon (1971)
Director of Photography
Tiger by the Tail (1970)
Director of Photography
The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1969)
Camera
The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell (1968)
Director of Photography
Panic in the City (1968)
Director of Photography
The Destructors (1968)
Director of Photography
The Money Jungle (1968)
Director of Photography
Spree (1967)
Director of Photography
8 on the Lam (1967)
Director of Photography
It's a Bikini World (1967)
Director of Photography
Track of Thunder (1967)
Director of Photography
The Bob Hope Vietnam Christmas Show (1966)
Director of Photography
Country Boy (1966)
Director of Photography
Dimension 5 (1966)
Director of Photography
Saturday Night Bath in Apple Valley (1965)
Director of Photography
Lehi (1963)
Photographer for prolog
Thunder Road (1958)
Director of Photography
Affair in Havana (1957)
Photography
Untamed Mistress (1957)
Director of Photography
Please Murder Me (1956)
Director of Photography
Air Strike (1955)
Photography
Sundown Riders (1948)
Photography

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Death Is Not the End (1976)
Photography
The Day the Lord Got Busted (1976)
Photography
Dear Mr. Gable (1968)
Original Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Invisible Strangler (1984)
Dp/Cinematographer
Murder in Music City (1979)
Other
The Concrete Cowboys (1979)
Other

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Thunder Road (1958) - Open, Wild And Reckless Men Opening with a song co-written by star, screen-writer and producer Robert Mitchum, who rolls his car to escape the revenuers, from Thunder Road, 1958.
Thunder Road (1958) - Good Food Good Meat Luke (Robert Mitchum), dining with brother Robin (Mitchum's son James), who's knocked clean out of his chair by mother (Francis Koon), then off to visit bootlegger father (Trevor Bardette), early in Thunder Road, 1958.
Thunder Road (1958) - Good Night Pretty Girl Tennessee backwoods gathering, popular Roxie (Sandra Knight) with Jed (Mitch Ryan), a moonshine runner somewhat less cool and romantic than Korean War vet Luke (Robert Mitchum, also the producer and co-story writer), who arrives, and whom we know she prefers, in Thunder Road, 1958.
Thunder Road (1958) - Ambush Moonshine runner Luke (Robert Mitchum, who also produced) has just taken off for Memphis when he’s engaged, this time not by revenuers but by rivals looking to squeeze out independent operations, Arthur Ripley directing a big action sequence, in Thunder Road, 1958.
It's A Bikini World (1967) - Things That Really Swing Beach bum Mike (Tommy Kirk) is posing as his non-existent bookish brother Herbert, in his effort to woo the brainy new girl Delilah (Deborah Walley), in the very late beach-craze feature It's A Bikini World, 1967, smartly directed by Roger Corman protege` Stephanie Rothman.
It's A Bikini World (1967) - Spread It On Thick The song credit is "Wilkins-Hurley-Cates" and the band (frat-rockers "The Gentrys") had broken up by the time the movie was released, but it's snappy enough, with Tommy Kirk and Bob "Boris" Pickett advancing the beach-movie plot, in It's A Bikini World, 1967.
It's A Bikini World (1967) - We Gotta Get Out Of This Place Sid Haig the night club owner, shot at the old Haunted House on Hollywood Blvd, by a mile the biggest act and the biggest hit in the movie, Eric Burdon and The Animals, with Andy Summers on the Rickenbacker, song by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, in It's A Bikini World, 1967.
Chandler (1971) - About The Same Size Private eye Warren Oates (title character) visits movie veterans Richard Loo (as pawn-broker "Leo") and Gloria Grahame (as "Selma"), wife of an ex-partner, preparing for a job in Chandler, 1971, related only by allusion to the famous writer Raymond.
Chandler (1971) - How About Lunch? Warren Oates (in the title role) and Leslie Caron (as Katherine, the French painter he's hired to protect) killing time on a train in Chandler, 1971.
Chandler (1971) - Got A Job For You Title character (NOT associated with the writer Raymond) Warren Oates receives crime movie veteran Charles McGraw (as "Bernie") who has an offer, in an early scene from Chandler, 1971.
Chandler (1971) - Open, Where's Your Hat? Opening sequence in which the title character (Warren Oates) heroically quits his security-guard job, from Chandler, 1971, co-starring Leslie Caron, with Charles McGraw and Gloria Grahame.

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