Robert Bronner


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Three on a Couch (1966)
Addl Photographer
7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964)
Director of Photography
Gidget Goes to Rome (1963)
Director of Photography
The Horizontal Lieutenant (1962)
Director of Photography
Pocketful of Miracles (1961)
Director of Photography
Gidget Goes Hawaiian (1961)
Director of Photography
Where the Boys Are (1960)
Director of Photography
Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960)
Director of Photography
Ask Any Girl (1959)
Director of Photography
The Mating Game (1959)
Director of Photography
It Started with a Kiss (1959)
Director of Photography
The Sheepman (1958)
Director of Photography
The Tunnel of Love (1958)
Director of Photography
Party Girl (1958)
Director of Photography
Jailhouse Rock (1957)
Director of Photography
Silk Stockings (1957)
Director of Photography
Don't Go Near the Water (1957)
Director of Photography
Ten Thousand Bedrooms (1957)
Director of Photography
The Opposite Sex (1956)
Director of Photography
It's Always Fair Weather (1955)
Director of Photography
The Reformer and the Redhead (1950)
Camera Operator
Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949)
Camera Operator
Malaya (1949)
Camera Operator
Ziegfeld Follies (1946)
2nd Camera
The Green Years (1946)
2nd Camera
The Harvey Girls (1946)
2nd Camera
The Clock (1945)
2nd Camera
Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)
2nd Camera
Baby Face Harrington (1935)
Assistant Camera
Reckless (1935)
2nd Camera
Over the Seven Seas (1932)
Camera
Fanny Foley Herself (1931)
Assistant Camera

Sound (Feature Film)

Over the Seven Seas (1932)
Sound

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Don't Go Near The Water (1957) - It Is Not Customary Nearly 90 minutes in, P-R Lt. Siegel has drawn the short straw, required to escort a lady correspondent, presumed to be elderly or worse, when Eva Gabor appears as Miss Aldridge, disorienting all including Russ Tamblyn as Tyson, Jeff Richards as Lt. Pendleton, and Howard Smith as the admiral, in MGM’s Don’t Go Near The Water,1957.
Don't Go Near The Water (1957) - Never Second Class Having contrived a fake air raid to separate her from a higher-ranking suitor, yeoman sailor Garrett (Earl Holliman) confesses his admiration for Lt. Tomlen (Anne Francis, in her last feature before her long run as an in-demand TV guest star), on an MGM WWII South Pacific island, in Don’t Go Near The Water,1957, starring Glenn Ford.
Don't Go Near The Water (1957) - They're Completely Unpredictable Jaded Lt. Siegel (Glenn Ford) with swabbie yeoman Garrett (Earl Holliman) stuck with showing goofball congressmen (Jansen and Smithfield, Jack Albertson and Charles Watts) around their rear-sector Pacific island base, meets (23 year-old Sicilian-Irish) Gia Scala as native schoolteacher Melora (Alba), Chuck Walters directing for MGM, in Don’t Go Near The Water, 1957, from the novel by Life magazine editor William Brinkley.
Don't Go Near The Water (1957) - Playin' With His Sexton Opening the straightforward MGM/Glenn Ford service comedy (his first following the hit The Teahouse Of The August Moon, 1956), narration by Keenan Wynn (who appears later as a nutty newsman) introducing Fred Clark as the CO, with Ford, Russ Tamblyn and Ike Gibson as Pratt, in Don’t Go Near The Water,1957, featuring Gia Scala, Anne Francis and Eva Gabor.
Tunnel Of Love, The (1958) - Class of '79 From credits establishing Westport, Connecticut and title song by the leading lady, Doris Day and Richard Widmark arrive home, greeted by neighbors Gig Young and Elisabeth Fraser, opening The Tunnel Of Love, 1958.
Horizontal Lieutenant, The (1962) - I Thought You Were A Girl Before the credits Jim Hutton as Lt. Wye narrated his situation, stationed in quiet Hawaii in the later years of WWII, then a bench-warmer beaned by a foul ball on the squad baseball team, awakens to find himself attended by a gal from college (Paula Prentiss), who seems far sexier now, in The Horizontal Lieutenant, 1962, the fourth and final Hutton-Prentiss picture from MGM.
Horizontal Lieutenant, The (1962) - Don't Get Any Ideas Lt. Merle Wye (Jim Hutton), now in his housecoat, has just barely prevailed on his ex-college acquaintance now popular Army nurse Molly (Paula Prentiss) for a friendly date before he’s posted to a remote Pacific island, until she finds out he’s not being all that brave, in MGM’s The Horizontal Lieutenant, 1962.
Party Girl (1958) - He's Out There Again Mob lawyer Farrell (Robert Taylor) gets an eye-full of Vicki (Cyd Charisse) in hot pink for her first dance number in Nicholas Ray's Party Girl, 1958, choreography by Robert Sidney.
Party Girl (1958) - Would You Like To Take Me Home? Paid with girlfriends from the night club to attend a party thrown by Chicago gang boss Rico (Lee J. Cobb), who’s distraught over the marriage of movie star Jean Harlow, savvy dancer Vicki (Cyd Charisse) meets thug Louis (John Ireland) and lawyer Farrell (Robert Taylor, his first scene), in director Nicholas Ray’s crime-musical hybrid Party Girl, 1958.
Party Girl (1958) - Happy New Year Gangster Canetto (John Ireland) is transfixed by Vicki (Cyd Charisse) and her New Year's night club dance and can't resist a visit backstage, in Nicholas Ray's Party Girl, 1958.
Mating Game, The (1959) - Open, My Place Paul Douglas, playing "Pop Larkin," narrates the opening, leading to co-star Debbie Reynolds singing the title tune, in The Mating Game, 1959, also starring Tony Randall.
Mating Game, The (1959) - Under My Skin Without warning, auditor Lorenzo (Tony Randall), given a "special" drink, leaps into Cole Porter's "Under My Skin," baffling Mariette (Debbie Reynolds), her family, and his boss (Fred Clark) in The Mating Game, 1959.

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