Clifford Stine


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Patton (1970)
2nd unit Photographer
Rosie (1967)
Director of Photography
The King's Pirate (1967)
Director of Photography
... And Now Miguel (1966)
Director of Photography
Follow Me, Boys! (1966)
Director of Photography
Gambit (1966)
Director of Photography
Fluffy (1965)
Director of Photography
That Funny Feeling (1965)
Director of Photography
Bedtime Story (1964)
Director of Photography
The Brass Bottle (1964)
Director of Photography
The Ugly American (1963)
Director of Photography
For Love or Money (1963)
Director of Photography
Tammy Tell Me True (1961)
Director of Photography
Posse From Hell (1961)
Director of Photography
Hell Bent for Leather (1960)
Director of Photography
Spartacus (1960)
Addl scenes Photographer
The Midnight Story (1957)
Special Photography
Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki (1955)
Director of Photography
The Americano (1955)
Director of Photography
Smoke Signal (1955)
Director of Photography
This Island Earth (1955)
Director of Photography
Fireman Save My Child (1954)
Director of Photography
East of Sumatra (1953)
Director of Photography
Wings of the Hawk (1953)
Director of Photography
Abbott and Costello Go to Mars (1953)
Director of Photography
Law and Order (1953)
Director of Photography
It Came from Outer Space (1953)
Director of Photography
Bronco Buster (1952)
Director of Photography
No Room for the Groom (1952)
Director of Photography
Has Anybody Seen My Gal (1952)
Director of Photography
Willie and Joe Back at the Front (1952)
Director of Photography
Weekend with Father (1951)
Director of Photography
Air Cadet (1951)
Director of Photography
Mystery Submarine (1950)
Director of Photography
The Milkman (1950)
Director of Photography
Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town (1950)
Photography
Undertow (1949)
Director of Photography
The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
Process Photographer
Gunga Din (1939)
2nd Camera, Camera effects
The Gay Divorcee (1934)
Assistant Camera
King Kong (1933)
Assistant Camera

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

Imitation of Life (1959)
Special Photographer
This Earth Is Mine (1959)
Special Photographer
Never Steal Anything Small (1959)
Special Photographer
The Perfect Furlough (1959)
Special Photographer
Pillow Talk (1959)
Special Photographer
A Stranger in My Arms (1959)
Special Photographer
The Wild and the Innocent (1959)
Special Photographer
Operation Petticoat (1959)
Special Photographer
The Tarnished Angels (1958)
Special Photographer
The Female Animal (1958)
Special Photographer
The Lady Takes a Flyer (1958)
Special Photographer
Appointment with a Shadow (1958)
Special Photographer
Summer Love (1958)
Special Photographer
The Restless Years (1958)
Special Photographer
Kathy O' (1958)
Special Photographer
Twilight for the Gods (1958)
Special Photographer
Once Upon a Horse... (1958)
Special Photographer
Flood Tide (1958)
Special Photographer
A Time to Love and a Time to Die (1958)
Special Photographer
Run Silent Run Deep (1958)
Special Photography Effects
This Happy Feeling (1958)
Special Photographer
Step Down to Terror (1958)
Special Photographer
Monster on the Campus (1958)
Special Photographer
Live Fast, Die Young (1958)
Special Photographer
Voice in the Mirror (1958)
Special Photographer
The Thing That Couldn't Die (1958)
Special Photographer
The Land Unknown (1957)
Special Photographer
My Man Godfrey (1957)
Special Photographer
Man of a Thousand Faces (1957)
Special Photographer
Night Passage (1957)
Special Photographer
Slim Carter (1957)
Special Photographer
Tammy and the Bachelor (1957)
Special Photographer
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (1957)
Special Photographer
Istanbul (1957)
Special Photographer
Four Girls in Town (1957)
Special Photographer
Battle Hymn (1957)
Special Photographer
Rock, Pretty Baby (1957)
Special Photographer
Kelly and Me (1957)
Special Photographer
The Girl in the Kremlin (1957)
Special Photographer
Mister Cory (1957)
Special Photographer
The Deadly Mantis (1957)
Special Photographer
The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)
Special Photographer
The Monolith Monsters (1957)
Special Photographer
The Kettles on Old MacDonald's Farm (1957)
Special Photographer
Written on the Wind (1957)
Special Photographer
The Tattered Dress (1957)
Special Photographer
The Night Runner (1957)
Special Photographer
Raw Edge (1956)
Special Photographer
The Creature Walks Among Us (1956)
Special Photographer
I've Lived Before (1956)
Special Photographer
Congo Crossing (1956)
Special Photographer
The Price of Fear (1956)
Special Photographer
Away All Boats (1956)
Special Photographer
The Unguarded Moment (1956)
Special Photographer
The Mole People (1956)
Special Photographer
The Square Jungle (1956)
Special Photographer
Outside the Law (1956)
Special Photographer
Behind the High Wall (1956)
Special Photographer
Walk the Proud Land (1956)
Special Photographer
Francis in the Haunted House (1956)
Special Photographer
Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955)
Special Photographer
Francis in the Navy (1955)
Special Photographer
Tarantula (1955)
Special Photographer
This Island Earth (1955)
Special Photographer
The Second Greatest Sex (1955)
Special Photographer
The Purple Mask (1955)
Special Photographer
Never a Dull Moment (1950)
Process Photography
Once a Thief (1950)
Process photo
The Clay Pigeon (1949)
Special Effects
The Miracle of the Bells (1948)
Special Effects
Step by Step (1946)
Transparency projection shots
Till the End of Time (1946)
Transparency projection shots
Melody Cruise (1933)
Special Effects Associate

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Concorde--Airport '79 (1979)
Photography
The Hindenburg (1975)
Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

It Came From Outer Space (1953) - It's A Nice Town Richard Carlson narrates about his fictional town, working from writer Ray Bradbury’s only original material ever written for a movie, introducing himself and Barbara Rush, with many shots, including a big meteor, created for the original 3-D exhibition, opening It Came From Outer Space,1953.
It Came From Outer Space (1953) - Like Nothing We've Ever Seen First to the scene of the meteor impact, writer and amateur astronomer John (Richard Carlson) has told his gal Ellen and chopper pilot Pete (Barbara Rush, Dave Willock) to hang back, as he gets a good look at more effects designed for the 3-D feature, from a Ray Bradbury story, in It Came From Outer Space,1953.
It Came From Outer Space (1953) - The Desert Can Kill John (Richard Carlson) is getting public mockery and sympathy from only girlfriend Ellen (Barbara Rush) for his claims that he found a spaceship in the meteor crater now covered by an avalanche, stopping by a tree that spooked them the night before, with a trace of the alien’s trail, in It Came From Outer Space,1953.
It Came From Outer Space (1953) - The Wind Gets In The Wires Not far from the site where the meteor landed, and where we know he really did see a spaceship, John (Richard Carlson) and girlfriend Ellen (Barbara Rush) visit with friendly electrical linemen George and Frank (Russell Johnson, Joe Sawyer), sharing more insight from the original Ray Bradbury story, in It Came From Outer Space,1953.
Gambit (1966) - Will She Cooperate? In the opening we followed Michael Caine, as English Harry, into a Hong Kong club where Shirley MacLaine performs in the revue, and now after the show he reveals to friend Emile (John Abbott) the scheme, and we meet Roger C. Carmel as obsequious Ram, in director Ronald Neame’s Gambit, 1966.
Gambit (1967) - I Had To Have Her We don’t know at this point that we’re seeing the caper only as it plays out in the imagination of thief Harry (Michael Caine), in which Arab potentate Shabandar (Herbert Lom) is wholly entranced by the resemblance of Shirley MacLaine, as taxi-dancer Nicole, to his late wife, in Gambit, 1966.
Gambit (1966) - You Weren't Being Tricky Enough Thief Harry (Michael Caine), now in the dicier real-life version of his imagined heist, in fictional Dammuz with troublesome Nicole (Shirley MacLaine, whom he recruited because she’s a dead-ringer for a rich Arab’s deceased wife), trying to find find another accomplice, and forced to evade goons, in director Ronald Neame’s Gambit, 1966.
Brass Bottle, The (1964) - You're Beginning To Twitch Leading man Tony Randall as architect Harold brings home the ancient bottle he's been warned is probably a fake, as a gift for his Egyptologist presumptive father-in-law (Edward Andrews) and wife (Ann Doran), who came home from Europe after hearing that he was engaged to their daughter (Barbara Eden), early in The Brass Bottle, 1964.
Brass Bottle, The (1964) - He's A Big King Solomon Fan Now convinced that the antique bottle he bought as a gift for his fianceè’s parents must be a fake, architect Harold (Tony Randall) is planning to turn it into a lamp when Burl Ives (as “”Farkrash-el Aamash”) pops out, so he assumes it’s an elaborate trick by his Bohemian buddy Seymour, in The Brass Bottle, 1964.
Brass Bottle, The (1964) - Also From The Caterer? In total panic because his unwanted genie (Burl Ives) turned his house into an Arabian pleasure palace before the dinner he planned with his fianceè (Barbara Eden) and his skeptical in-laws (Edward Andrews, Ann Doran), things get even worse for architect Harold (Tony Randall) when a dancing “houri” (Kamala Devi) appears, in The Brass Bottle, 1964.
Incredible Shrinking Man, The (1957) - How Big is He Now? His new size revealed in preceding scenes, and the press now onto the story, Scott (Grant Williams) losing his cool, with wife Louise (Randy Stuart), as the trick shots continue, in director Jack Arnold's The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1957.
That Funny Feeling (1965) - All Men Are My Brothers Exposition about Bobby Darin as New York publishing exec Tom, who rings his apartment not realizing that the maid working there is Sandra Dee, the gal who turned his head minutes earlier on the way to work, then consulting with Donald O’Connor as his boss, early in That Funny Feeling, 1965.

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