Arch R. Dalzell


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Massarati and the Brain (1982)
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Sizzle (1981)
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Casino (1980)
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Beach Patrol (1979)
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Return of the Mod Squad (1979)
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Ebony, Ivory and Jade (1979)
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Vega$ (1978)
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Return to Fantasy Island (1978)
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Cruise into Terror (1978)
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The New Love Boat (1977)
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In the Matter of Karen Ann Quinlan (1977)
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The San Pedro Bums (1977)
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The Love Boat II (1977)
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Fantasy Island (1977)
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The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (1976)
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Charlie's Angels (1976)
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The Great Houdinis (1976)
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One of My Wives Is Missing (1976)
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The Legend of Valentino (1975)
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Starsky and Hutch (1975)
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Murder on Flight 502 (1975)
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Planet Earth (1974)
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Twice in a Lifetime (1974)
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Hijack! (1973)
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The Daughters of Joshua Cabe (1972)
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Two For the Money (1972)
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The Rookies (1972)
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Mongo's Back in Town (1971)
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Congratulations, It's a Boy! (1971)
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If Tomorrow Comes (1971)
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The Last Child (1971)
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The Reluctant Heroes (1971)
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Five Desperate Women (1971)
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A Taste Of Evil (1971)
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Love, Hate, Love (1971)
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In Broad Daylight (1971)
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Murder Can Hurt You! (1970)
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Wake Me When the War Is Over (1969)
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The Mini-Skirt Mob (1968)
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The Trip (1967)
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Women of the Prehistoric Planet (1966)
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The Girls on the Beach (1965)
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Mutiny in Outer Space (1965)
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Apache Rifles (1964)
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Tower of London (1962)
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Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Sizzle (1981)
Other
Beach Patrol (1979)
Other
Return of the Mod Squad (1979)
Other
Ebony, Ivory and Jade (1979)
Other
Fantasy Island (1977)
Other
The Great Houdinis (1976)
Other
Twice in a Lifetime (1974)
Other
The Rookies (1972)
Other
Love, Hate, Love (1971)
Other
If Tomorrow Comes (1971)
Other
Congratulations, It's a Boy! (1971)
Other

Cinematography (Special)

Scared Silly (1982)
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Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Ike: The War Years (1979)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Hypnotic Eye, The (1960) - Now Whos' Got A Fixation? Cop Dave (Joe Partridge) puzzles over a series of women having mysteriously mutilated themselves, conveniently finding department shrink pal Phil (Guy Prescott) just off the squad room, their chat leading to a clever-ish exchange about hypnotism, early in Allied Artists’ The Hypnotic Eye, 1960.
Hypnotic Eye, The (1960) - He Doesn't Use Stooges Marcia (Marcia Henderson) volunteers with hypnotist Desmond (Jacques Bergerac), after her friend, who did the same, became the latest victim in a series of self-mutilations being investigated by her cop boyfriend Dave (Joe Partridge) and psychiatrist colleague Phil (Guy Prescott), in The Hypnotic Eye, 1960.
Hypnotic Eye, The (1960) - You Will Be Lighter Than Air Cop Dave (Joe Partridge), who’s investigating a string of self-mutilations, and girlfriend Marcia (Marcia Henderson) watch while her pal Dodi (Merry Anders), coaxed into volunteering, has quite the experience with hypnotist Desmond (Jacques Bergerac), who is presumably not involved, in The Hypnotic Eye, 1960.
Trip, The (1967) - Tripping He's only on a walk with his friend John (Bruce Dern) but Paul (Peter Fonda) imagines a forest, a desert, a cave and a haunted house as the drugs kick in, in The Trip, 1967.
Trip, The (1967) - What's Your Plea? Tripping Paul (Peter Fonda) imagines himself in an odd sort of court featuring Max (Dennis Hopper) offering judgment on his career in TV advertising in Roger Corman's The Trip, 1967.

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