John Coquillon


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Going Undercover (1988)
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Independence (1987)
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The Christmas Gift (1986)
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Mandela (1986)
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Clockwise (1986)
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Hyper Sapien: People From Another Star (1986)
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The Ted Kennedy Jr. Story (1986)
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Best Revenge (1984)
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The Wars (1983)
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The Osterman Weekend (1983)
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Praying Mantis (1982)
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Ivanhoe (1982)
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The Amateur (1981)
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Mr. Patman (1980)
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Final Assignment (1980)
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All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)
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The Changeling (1979)
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The 39 Steps (1978)
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The Four Feathers (1978)
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Absolution (1978)
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Cross Of Iron (1977)
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Echoes Of A Summer (1976)
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Inside Out (1976)
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The Wilby Conspiracy (1975)
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Straw Dogs (1972)
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Rentadick (1972)
Cinematographer
Wuthering Heights (1970)
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The Crimson Cult (1970)
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The Body Stealers (1970)
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Scream and Scream Again (1970)
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Cry of the Banshee (1970)
Lighting Camera
The Oblong Box (1969)
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The Conqueror Worm (1968)
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The Last Safari (1967)
2nd unit Photographer
Call Me Bwana (1963)
2nd unit Photographer
The Impersonator (1962)
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Zanzabuku (1956)
Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Clockwise (1986)
Dp/Cinematographer
All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)
Dp/Cinematographer
Cross Of Iron (1977)
Dp/Cinematographer

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Hold the Dream (1986)
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Lace II (1985)
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Master of the Game (1984)
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The Story of David (1976)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Scream And Scream Again (1970) — The Amen Corner Another not-cohesive plot shift to a London club (with Welsh pop star Andy Fairweather Low, appearing improbably without a guitar, leading his rarely remembered group “The Amen Corner” in the title song) introduces Judy Huxtable with girlfriend Rosalind Elliot sizing up magnetic Michael Gothard, in the AIP oddity Scream And Scream Again, 1970.
Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid - Billy #1 Billy (Kris Kristofferson) improvises a song (which suggests Australian Geoff Mack's often-recorded 1959 composition "I've Been Everywhere") , having killed his jailers, as ruffian Alias (Bob Dylan, whose soundtrack swells with "Billy #1") observes his departure, in Sam Peckinpah's Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid, 1973.
Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973) - The Big Peckerheads Maybe the best dialogue scene in the film, Garrett (James Coburn) meets sagacious Governor Wallace (Jason Robards Jr.) and two apparatchiks (Jack Dodson, John Beck) in Sam Peckinpah's Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid, 1973.
Oblong Box, The (1969) - Surgery Is Out Of The Question? English nobleman Julian Markham (Vincent Price) is concerned about his brother Edward (Alister Williamson), mutilated and thereby driven mad, and unaware that he’s entered into a plot with their lawyer Trench (Peter Arne) to obtain an African potion that simulates death, tensions high, in AIP’s The Oblong Box, 1969.
Oblong Box, The (1969) - Male, Just Buried 19th English century grave robber Weller (Godfrey James) and his mates have killed a groundskeeper while stealing a body for scientist Neuhartt (Christopher Lee, his first scene), expecting extra pay, unaware that they’ve grabbed an insane mutilated nobleman who faked his death using a magical potion, in The Oblong Box, 1969.
Oblong Box, The (1969) - Open, Let Go Of Me! Full-on spooky voodoo and probably deplorable, from AIP and director Gordon Hessler, Vincent Price is a helpless Englishman outside as a fellow visitor is tortured by African tribesmen, opening The Oblong Box, 1969, with Christopher Lee, little more than the title from an Edgar Allan Poe story.
Conqueror Worm, The (1968) - Hopkins Preys Upon Them Part of the opening vignette, then credits, then narration on the English civil war, and introducing royalist soldiers Richard (Ian Ogilvy) and Swanson (Nicky Henson), still not quite meeting star Vincent Price, in The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
Conqueror Worm, The (1968) - He Still Prays To Satan Crooked witch hunter Hopkins (Vincent Price), paid by citizens of a Suffolk village, gets to work with aide Stearnes (Robert Russell), starting with priest Lowes (Rupert Davies), whose niece Sara (HIlary Dwyer) tries a rescue, in The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
Conqueror Worm, The (1968) - The Lord's Work We meet Hopkins (Vincent Price) and Stearnes (Robert Russell), both historical figures, en route to a lucrative witch-killing gig, as soldier Richard (Ian Ogilvy) parts with betrothed Sara (Hilary Dwyer) and her priest uncle Lowes (Rupert Davies), in The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
Conqueror Worm, The (1968) - Should You Then Sink... Witch-hunter Hopkins (Vincent Price), with aide Stearnes (Robert Russell) dispenses with three offenders in a Suffolk village, ca. 1646, including innocent priest Lowes (Rupert Davies), in director Michael Reeves' loosely fact-based The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
Conqueror Worm, The (1968) - I Thought They'd Have Pity Soldier Richard (Ian Ogilvy) in the Suffolk home town of his betrothed Sara (Hilary Dwyer) after her uncle, an Anglican priest, has been murdered by witch-hunters, leading to a do-it-yourself marriage, in The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General, 1968, directed by Michael Reeves, starring Vincent Price.

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