Wilkie Cooper


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Land Raiders (1970)
Director of Photography
Cromwell (1970)
2nd unit Photographer
Run Wild, Run Free (1969)
Director of Photography
Run Wild, Run Free (1969)
Cinematographer
Hammerhead (1968)
Director of Photography
One Million Years B. C. (1967)
Director of Photography
First Men IN the Moon (1964)
Director of Photography
Man in the Middle (1964)
Director of Photography
East of Sudan (1964)
Director of Photography
Maniac (1963)
Director of Photography
The Playgirl and the War Minister (1963)
Director of Photography
Jason and the Argonauts (1963)
Director of Photography
The Mouse on the Moon (1963)
Director of Photography
Siege of the Saxons (1963)
Director of Photography
Desert Patrol (1962)
Director of Photography
Hot Money Girl (1962)
Director of Photography
The Valiant (1962)
Director of Photography
Mysterious Island (1961)
Director of Photography
The 3 Worlds of Gulliver (1960)
Photography
I Aim at the Stars (1960)
Director of Photography
Web Of Evidence (1959)
Cinematographer
Subway in the Sky (1959)
Director Of Photography
The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958)
Director of Photography
The Whole Truth (1958)
Director of Photography
Paradise Lagoon (1958)
Director of Photography
The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad (1958)
Director Of Photography
Abandon Ship (1957)
Director of Photography
Port Afrique (1956)
Director of Photography
Postmark for Danger (1956)
Director of Photography
It's a Wonderful World (1956)
Director Of Photography
Svengali (1955)
Director of colour Photographer
The Adventures of Sadie (1955)
Director of colour Photographer
Dance Little Lady (1955)
Director of col Photographer
The End of the Affair (1955)
Director of Photography
They Who Dare (1954)
Director Of Photography
The Pickwick Papers (1954)
Director Of Photography
Sea Devils (1953)
Director of Photography
Lady Godiva Rides Again (1951)
Cinematographer
Stage Fright (1950)
Director of Photography
The Hasty Heart (1950)
Director of Photography
Green For Danger (1946)
Cinematographer
I See A Dark Stranger (1946)
Cinematographer
Went the Day Well? (1942)
Cinematographer
Fire over England (1937)
Camera Operator
Troopship (1937)
Camera Operator
Dinner at the Ritz (1937)
Camera

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Captain Boycott (1947)
Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Mysterious Island (1961) — (Movie Clip) Wherever The Wind Takes Us With the Confederacy in collapse, Union POW’s Capt. Harding, Neb and hesitant Brown (Michael Craig, Dan Jackson, Michael Callan), with reporter Spilitt (Gary Merrill) escape in an observation balloon, with a confederate deserter (Percy Herbert) by accident, special effects by Ray Harryhausen, with his regular producer partner Charles H. Schneer, in the best-financed version of the Jules Verne novel, Mysterious Island, 1961.
Mysterious Island (1961) - Listen Captain Nemo After the pirate ship sinks, Herbert and Elena (Michael Callan, Beth Rogan) rush back, then Captain Nemo (Herbert Lom) finally emerges, conversing with Spillett, Lady Mary and Captain Harding (Gary Merrill, Joan Greenwood, Michael Craig), over an hour into Mysterious Island, 1961.
Mysterious Island (1961) - Cook In A Slow Oven Spillett (Gary Merrill) is having a swim when a new Ray Harryhausen beast appears, Lady Mary and Elena (Joan Greenwood, Beth Rogan) attempt to resist, soldier Herbert (Michael Callan) finally interceding, hard times for the Civil War refugees on Jules Verne's Mysterious Island, 1961.
Mysterious Island (1961) - Mighty Big Crab Civil War POW's Captain Harding (Michael Craig) and "Neb" (Dan Jackson) encounter the first big Ray Harryhausen monster, a crab, Spillett, Pencroft and Brown (Gary Merrill, Percy Herbert, Michael Callan) rushing to help, in the Columbia, Charles H. Schneer version of Mysterious Island, 1961.
Abandon Ship! (1957) - To Die Without You! Cruise ship officer Alec Holmes (Tyrone Power, also the un-credited producer), after the sinking of the liner, has left one raft to save his girlfriend, nurse Julie (Mai Zetterling), then after shark trouble, McKinley (Stephen Boyd) hails them to the crowded boat of the ailing captain (Laurence Naismith), James Hayter as “Cookie” giving aid, early in Abandon Ship 1957.
Abandon Ship! (1957) - We Can't Eat You With seaman Sam (Orlando Martins) in the water griping, ships' officer Alec Holmes (Tyrone Power), taking over from the dead captain, has to deal with a dog on the lifeboat, owned by Noel Willman, Clive Morton the offended General, Victor Maddern also in the drink, Mai Zetterling and Stephen Boyd supporting his commands, in Abandon Ship 1957.
Abandon Ship! (1957) - Thirty-seven Survived The entire credit sequence was a slow camera move into this rusted, derelict mine, ending in the explosion, grim narration from writer-director Richard Sale, and the introduction of producer and star Tyrone Power, joining a raft with Finlay Currie, Robert Harris and distraught mother Sheila Manahan, in the British-made Columbia release, Abandon Ship, 1957.
Run Wild, Run Free (1969) - Deep In The Black Peat One-sided conversation, as the Colonel (John Mills) shares his thoughts with his mute young friend Philip (Mark Lester), in Run Wild, Run Free, 1969, from the book and screenplay by David Rook.
Run Wild, Run Free (1969) - Come, Philip Mute Philip (Mark Lester) wandering the moors (on location in Dartmoor National Park, Devon, UK), meets the horse for the second time and appears to name it after himself, his first speech, the colonel (John Mills) observing at a distance,in Run Wild, Run Free, 1969.
Green For Danger (1946) - Churchill Telling Lies Nurse Freddi Linley (Sally Gray) doing rounds at the provincial English military hospital, comes upon suave surgeon Eden (Leo Genn), expressing concern about her relations with her fiancè, his junior colleague, when buzz-bombs intrude, followed by the high-strung chief O-R nurse Bates (Judy Campbell) and a delirious patient, parroting what sounds like Nazi radio propaganda, in the dark Frank Launder-Sidney Gilliat mystery Green For Danger, 1946.
Green For Danger (1946) - You're In His Way Part of another elaborate set-piece in the Frank Launder-Sidney Gilliat production, the hospital dance, Dr Eden (Leo Genn) counsels distraught nurse Esther (Rosamund John) about his ex-lover, her deceased mother, then nurse Bates (Judy Campbell) seethes toward Dr. Barnes (Trevor Howard) whose fianceè nurse Freddi (Sally Gray) becomes his next partner, in Green For Danger, 1946.
Green For Danger (1946) - A Tatty Little Hospital Hop Interlocking exposition in a complex post-operative scene, surgeon Eden (Leo Genn) speaks with the engaged-but-arguing anesthetist Barnes and nurse Linley (Trevor Howard, Sally Gray), then nurse Woods (Megs Jenkins) and overseeing Sister Bates (Judy Campbell), nurse Esther Sanson (Rosamund John) also involved, early in the acclaimed English wartime murder mystery Green For Danger, 1946.

Companions

Peggy Bryan
Companion
Actor.

Bibliography