Lamar Boren


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Amazing Captain Nemo (1978)
Director Of Photography
Kate Bliss and the Ticker Tape Kid (1978)
Director Of Photography
Love Is Not Enough (1978)
Director Of Photography
Flood! (1976)
Director Of Photography
The Rockford Files (1974)
Director Of Photography
The Day of the Dolphin (1973)
Director Of Photography
Banyon (1971)
Director Of Photography
Brewster McCloud (1970)
Director of Photography
Hello Down There (1969)
Underwater Photographer
The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (1969)
Helicopter Camera
Daring Game (1968)
Underwater Photographer
You Only Live Twice (1967)
Underwater Photographer
Around the World Under the Sea (1966)
Director underwater Photographer
Namu, the Killer Whale (1966)
Cinematographer
Thunderball (1965)
Underwater Camera
Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion (1965)
Director of Photography
Zebra in the Kitchen (1965)
Director of Photography
Rhino! (1964)
Director of Photography
Flipper's New Adventure (1964)
Director of Photography
Flipper (1963)
Director of Photography
September Storm (1960)
Underwater Photographer
Forbidden Island (1959)
Underwater Camera
Don't Give Up the Ship (1959)
Underwater Photographer
The Old Man and the Sea (1958)
Underwater Photographer
Underwater Warrior (1958)
Director of underwater Photographer
Underwater! (1955)
Underwater Photographer

Producer (Feature Film)

Namu, the Killer Whale (1966)
Associate Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Spy who Loved Me (1977)
Photography
The Neptune Factor (1973)
Underwater Photography

Cinematography (Special)

Catalina C-Lab (1982)
Director Of Photography
The Return of Captain Nemo (1978)
Director Of Photography

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

The Manions of America (1981)
Director Of Photography (Part 2)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) - I Was Rather Heroic Introducing the English tutor Rowbotham (Richard Haydn), a big character here but absent from the TV spinoff series Daktari, in the unspecified African colonial country (Kenya?), teen Paula (Cheryl Miller) and hero veterinarian dad “Marsh” Tracy (Marshall Thompson) manage the beasts, in Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion, 1965.
Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) - Call It Internal Strabismus First appearance for Betsy Drake, in her last movie before her retirement, as a Dian Fossey-inspired character, wildlife photographer-researcher Julie, who soon proceeds to the compound where friends “Marsh” Tracy (Marshall Thompson) and daughter (Cheryl Miller) have recently adopted the title character, in Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion, 1965.
Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) - He Can't Hunt Acting on reports of a lion marauding their settlements but not doing any harm, Marshall Thompson as Dr. Tracy, Cheryl Miller his daughter (later seen in the spinoff TV series Daktari, 1966-1969) and Rockne Tarkington as aide Juna discover the problem, in producer Ivan Tors’ Clarence, The Cross-Eyed Lion, 1965.
Brewster McCloud (1970) - Did You See That Grenade? Bud Cort (title character) is the driver for the 120-year-old flying ace Abraham Wright (Stacy Keach Jr.), scurrying around collecting rent from his chain of Houston nursing homes, in Robert Altman's Brewster McCloud, 1970.
Flipper (1963) - This Boat's My Living! Hurricane weather in the Florida Keys, Porter Ricks (Chuck Connors) and son Sandy (Luke Halpin) sail for safe harbor, meeting Sheriff Rogers (George Applewhite) then vacationing Kim (Connie Scott), early in the original Flipper, 1963.
Flipper (1963) - All Of My Life On The Sea Following credits shot underwater, Chuck Connors narrates the introduction, not all shot in the Florida Keys, setting up the original Flipper, 1963, from producer Ivan Tors and MGM, starring Luke Halpin as "Sandy."
Flipper (1963) - What's The Matter Ma? Big scene, in the aftermath of the Florida hurricane, as Sandy (Luke Halpin) has a personal encounter with the wounded dolphin he rescued with help from his mother (Kathleen Maguire), who's now fairly alarmed, in the original Flipper, 1963.
Day Of The Dolphin, The (1973) - Care And Feeding DeMilo (Fritz Weaver) has just told scientist Terrell (George C. Scott) that there's a risk of losing his funding, so he decides to reveal what he's gotten his dolphins to do, a big story point, in Mike Nichols' The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
Day Of The Dolphin, The (1973) - Total Physical Sensation Opening sequence, in which the circumstances of leading man George C. Scott's speech are not revealed, Paul Sorvino among the observers in cut-aways, from Buck Henry's screenplay with Mike Nichols directing, in The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
Day Of The Dolphin, The (1973) - I Make Friends Easily Until now Mahoney (Paul Sorvino) has been seen lurking in backgrounds, here he has engaged DeMilo (Fritz Weaver), head of the institute behind the research Terrell (George C. Scott, with his wife Trish Van Devere playing his wife) is conducting, in Mike Nichols' The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.

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