Ernest Steward


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Wildcats of St. Trinian's (1980)
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Carry on Behind (1975)
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Hennessy (1975)
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Dark Places (1973)
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Ooh... You Are Awful (1972)
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One More Time (1970)
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Doctor in Trouble (1970)
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Carry on Up the Jungle (1970)
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Percy (1970)
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Carry on Loving (1970)
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Some Girls Do (1969)
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Carry on Again, Doctor (1969)
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Carry on Camping (1969)
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The High Commissioner (1968)
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Carnaby, M. D. (1967)
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Deadlier Than the Male (1967)
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Psycho-Circus (1967)
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The Brides of Fu Manchu (1966)
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McGuire, Go Home! (1966)
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24 Hours To Kill (1966)
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Ten Little Indians (1966)
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Agent 8 3/4 (1965)
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The Face of Fu Manchu (1965)
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Doctor in Distress (1964)
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Young and Willing (1964)
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A Pair of Briefs (1963)
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The Wrong Arm of the Law (1963)
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Crooks Anonymous (1963)
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A Coming-Out Party (1962)
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Payroll (1962)
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No, My Darling Daughter! (1961)
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No Love for Johnnie (1961)
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Doctor in Love (1961)
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Make Mine a Double (1961)
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The 39 Steps (1959)
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The Wind Cannot Read (1958)
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A Tale of Two Cities (1958)
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The Secret Place (1957)
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Campbell's Kingdom (1957)
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The Iron Petticoat (1956)
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Cash on Delivery (1956)
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Simon and Laura (1956)
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Above Us The Waves (1956)
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Doctor in the House (1955)
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Doctor at Sea (1955)
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Trouble in Store (1955)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Ten Little Indians (1966) - What's He Like? Introduced in credits riding up an Alpine tramway, guests Stanley Holloway, Wilfrid Hyde White, Leo Genn, Hugh O'Brian, Dennis Price, Fabian, Shirley Eaton, Daliah Lavi, plus servants Mario Adorf and Marianne Hoppe, begin to chat, in the 1966 version of Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians.
Face Of Fu Manchu, The (1965) - I Bring You Bad News The daughter (Tsai Chin) and assistant (Peter Mossbacher) of the title character (Christopher Lee) enter his lair in London, with news that Scotland Yard has come calling, causing him to press his prisoner Muller (Walter Rilla) to release the formula for his secret super poison, in The Face Of Fu Manchu, 1965.
Face Of Fu Manchu, The (1965) - Universal Death We’ve just learned that Jansen (Joachim Fuchsberger) and Maria (Karin Dor), the assistant and daughter of kidnapped professor Muller, are a couple, reluctantly sharing what they know with Scotland Yard’s Smith (James Robertson Justice), in the first in the Christopher Lee series, The Face Of Fu Manchu, 1965.
Iron Petticoat, The (1956) - Human Ice Cube Now in a London hotel, American pilot Chuck (Bob Hope) receives his upper-class Brit fiancee` and her cousin (Noelle Middleton, Nicholas Phipps), who suspect he's hot for the Russian pilot defector Vinka (Katharine Hepburn) he's been assigned to look after, in The Iron Petticoat, 1956.
Iron Petticoat, The (1956) - To Moscow Together! Russian pilot Vinka (Katharine Hepburn), having defected only because she's angry at men in general, warming to her American minder Chuck (Bob Hope) at a West German officers' club, while he plots to get sent to London to pursue his well-fixed fiancee`, in The Iron Petticoat, 1956.
Face Of Fu Manchu, The (1965) - In The Name Of Imperial China Smashing opening, on location in Ireland in this British-German-Irish co-production, in which the title character (Christopher Lee) appears to be executed, a result of the efforts of “the foreigner.” (James Robertson Justice, whom we will learn is a Scotland Yard man), in The Face Of Fu Manchu, 1965.
Iron Petticoat, The (1956) - Western Hypocrisy Enter Katharine Hepburn as Capt. Kovolenko, the Russian pilot who's flown her MiG to a West German air base, debriefed by Tarbell (Alan Gifford) and meeting American pilot Chuck (Bob Hope), early in The Iron Petticoat, 1956, from Ben Hecht's original story and screenplay.
Ten Little Indians (1966) - Who's Got The First Line? The guests, Stanley Holloway, Wilfrid Hyde White, Daliah Lavi, Dennis Price, Hugh O'Brian, Shirley Eaton, Fabian, Leo Genn, served dinner by Grohmann (Mario Adorf), finally hearing from their host (voice of Christopher Lee), in Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians, 1966.
Agent 8 3/4 (1965) - Frightful Coward Sent by the employment agency on an interview, bored writer Whistler (Dirk Bogarde) has no idea who Colonel Cunliffe (Robert Morley) really is, nor what he's after, early in Agent 8 3/4, 1965.
Agent 8 3/4 (1965) - Red Businessman Still the unwitting spy, Whistler (Dirk Bogarde) thinks he's been sent to Prague on a business trip, meeting waiter Josef (Roger Delgado) and his Czech minder Vlasta (Sylva Koscina), director Ralph Thomas the suspect in the newspaper, in Agent 8 3/4, 1965.
No, My Darling Daughter -- Button Face Tansy (Juliet Mills) touring London with her new American friend Cornelius (Rad Fulton), even as her father (Michael Redgrave) and the general (Roger Livesey) plot her romance with his son (Michael Craig), in No, My Darling Daughter, 1961.
No, My Darling Daughter -- You're No Dreamboat Opening scenes from the Betty E. Box production, Sir Matthew (Michael Redgrave) calling from Paris, then his daughter Tansy (Juliet Mills) with Thomas (Michael Craig), the put-upon son of his friend, in No, My Darling Daughter, 1961.

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