Ellis W. Carter


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

He Rides Tall (1964)
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Your Cheatin' Heart (1964)
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Kissin' Cousins (1964)
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Showdown (1963)
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Twice Told Tales (1963)
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Diary of a Madman (1963)
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Hootenanny Hoot (1963)
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The Second Time Around (1961)
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The Fiercest Heart (1961)
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Pirates of Tortuga (1961)
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The Wizard of Baghdad (1960)
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The Leech Woman (1960)
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Sex Kittens Go to College (1960)
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Seven Ways from Sundown (1960)
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The Purple Gang (1960)
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Curse of the Undead (1959)
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Night of the Quarter Moon (1959)
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Damn Citizen (1958)
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Oregon Passage (1958)
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The Land Unknown (1957)
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Slim Carter (1957)
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The Deadly Mantis (1957)
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The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)
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The Monolith Monsters (1957)
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The River Changes (1956)
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Flight to Hong Kong (1956)
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A Day of Fury (1956)
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Around the World in 80 Days (1956)
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The Mole People (1956)
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Running Wild (1955)
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The Last Command (1955)
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Arrow in the Dust (1954)
Photography
The Black Dakotas (1954)
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Cease Fire (1954)
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The Human Jungle (1954)
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Captain John Smith and Pocahontas (1953)
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The Royal African Rifles (1953)
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Outlaw Women (1952)
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Sound Off (1952)
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Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder (1952)
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Thief of Damascus (1952)
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California Conquest (1952)
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Indian Uprising (1952)
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The Barefoot Mailman (1951)
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Havana Rose (1951)
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The Magic Carpet (1951)
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Sunny Side of the Street (1951)
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The Texas Rangers (1951)
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Hills of Oklahoma (1950)
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Prisoners in Petticoats (1950)
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The Vanishing Westerner (1950)
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The Old Frontier (1950)
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Lonely Hearts Bandits (1950)
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Unmasked (1950)
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Gunmen of Abilene (1950)
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The Invisible Monster (1950)
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El Paso (1949)
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Special Agent (1949)
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Ranger of Cherokee Strip (1949)
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Dynamite (1949)
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The Blonde Bandit (1949)
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Here Comes Trouble (1948)
Camera Operator
Speed to Spare (1948)
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Waterfront at Midnight (1948)
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Disaster (1948)
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Caged Fury (1948)
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Mr. Reckless (1948)
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Who Killed Doc Robbin (1948)
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Shaggy (1948)
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Big Town Scandal (1948)
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The Story of Bob and Sally (1948)
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Big Town After Dark (1947)
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Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Don Daredevil Rides Again (1951)
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The James Brothers of Missouri (1949)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Incredible Shrinking Man, The (1957) - To The Galley, Wench! Narration by star Grant Williams, notably grim as he enjoys a slightly ribald exchange on a borrowed yacht with his wife (Randy Stuart), opening director Jack Arnold's The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1957, from Richard Matheson's story and screenplay.
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.
Diary Of A Madman (1963) - He's A Strange Fish Initiating a flashback after the funeral, gallery owner D’Arville and his daughter (Edward Colmans, Elaine Devry), with Capt. Rennedon (Stephen Roberts) attending, begin executing the will of magistrate Cordier (Vincent Price, introduced here), early in Diary Of A Madman, 1963.
Diary Of A Madman (1963) - And She Laughed French judge Cordier (Vincent Price), worried for his sanity after strange events following his having killed a condemned murderer in self defense, has been advised to resume old habits like sculpting, so he meets Odette (Nancy Kovack), in Diary Of A Madman, 1963, from stories by Guy De Maupassant.
Diary Of A Madman (1963) - Death Is A Truth French judge Cordier (Vincent Price) now narrating, after he’s begun hearing voices, after he accidentally killed a condemned murderer, who claimed he’d been possessed by a mysterious force that put a green light in his eyes, evidence now supporting him, in Diary Of A Madman, 1963.
Arrow In The Dust (1954) - You've Come A Long Way Down Himself a deserter, pursued by fellow soldiers, Bart Laish (Sterling Hayden) accidentally comes upon the remains of a supply train he knew was led by his distant cousin Major Pepperis (Carleton Young), whom he finds gravely wounded, early in the Allied Artists Western Arrow In The Dust, 1954.
Arrow In The Dust (1954) - The Command Is Falling To Pieces Laish (Sterling Hayden), a repentant cavalry deserter now assuming the identity of his slain officer-cousin, joins Lt. King (Keith Larsen) and Sgt. Lybarger (John Pickard), who are trying to protect an immigrant wagon train, Coleen Gray as Miss Burke in the purple dress, in Arrow In The Dust, 1954.
Incredible Shrinking Man, The (1957) - Mousetrap Now too small to get anyone's attention, presumed dead by his wife and supporters, Scott (Grant Williams) is stuck in the basement and desperate for food, in director Jack Arnold's The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1957, from Richard Matheson's novel and screenplay.
Incredible Shrinking Man, The (1957) - More Like An Anti-Cancer Hero Scott (Grant Williams) still narrating, his mild but unexplained loss in stature being investigated, doctor Silver (Raymond Bailey) breaking the news, wife Louise (Randy Stuart) at his side, in The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1957.

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