Geoffrey Faithfull


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Alice in Wonderland (1903)

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Terrornauts (1967)
Director of Photography
The Murder Game (1966)
Director of Photography
Offbeat (1966)
Director of Photography
Panic (1966)
Director of Photography
Spaceflight IC-1 (1965)
Director of Photography
Escape by Night (1964)
Director of Photography
Master Spy (1964)
Director of Photography
Corridors of Blood (1963)
Director of Photography
Ladies Who Do (1963)
Director of Photography
Operation Snatch (1962)
Director of Photography
Kill or Cure (1962)
Director of Photography
Village Of Daughters (1962)
Cinematographer
Double Bunk (1961)
2nd unit Photographer
The Green Helmet (1961)
Director of Photography
Murder She Said (1961)
Director of Photography
Two-Way Stretch (1961)
Director of Photography
Invasion Quartet (1961)
Director of Photography
Bobbikins (1960)
Director of Photography
Village of the Damned (1960)
Photography
First Man into Space (1959)
Director of Photography
Operation Malaya (1955)
Photography
River Beat (1954)
Director of Photography
You're The Doctor (1938)
Cinematographer
This Woman Is Mine (1935)
Photography
18 Minutes (1935)
Cinematographer
The Rasp (1932)
Director Of Photography
My Friend the King (1932)
Director Of Photography
Rynox (1932)
Director Of Photography
His Lordship (1932)
Director Of Photography
Two Crowded Hours (1931)
Director Of Photography
77 Park Lane (1931)
Cinematographer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Hotel Splendide (1932)
Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Murder She Said (1961) - A Bad Dream, Indeed! Opening scene, Miss Marple (Margaret Rutherford) observes a murder in the next train, then tells a dubious ticket clerk (Peter Butterworth) in Murder She Said, 1961, from Agatha Christie's 4:50 From Paddington.
Two Way Stretch (1960) - Blimey Sauerkraut! Otherwise-relaxed prison trusty Dodger (Peter Sellers) is alarmed at the arrival of the notorious screw Crout (Lionel Jeffries), who proceeds to visit the warden (Maurice Denham) in the British prison comedy Two Way Stretch, 1960.
Two Way Stretch (1960) - Not Enough Rocks To Go Around? Tough prison guard Crout (Wilfrid Hyde-White) has re-opened the quarry, cracking down on inmates Jelly (David Lodge), Lennie (Bernard Cribbins) and Dodger (Peter Sellers), which doesn't work out, in Two Way Stretch, 1960.
Two Way Stretch (1960) - A Hush-Hush Government Establishment Introduction of cellmates Lennie (Bernard Cribbins), Jelly (David Lodge) and Dodger (Peter Sellers), who have H.M. Prison Huntleigh wired, George Woodbridge their tame warder, from the 1960 British prison comedy Two Way Stretch.
Two Way Stretch (1960) - You Know Your Vicar We don’t initially know that Wilfrid Hyde-White isn’t really a vicar, as he visits the prison warden (Maurice Denham), but when cagey inmate Dodger (Peter Sellers) is brought in for counseling, we learn he’s really the notorious crook Soapy, in the British-made comedy Two Way Stretch, 1960.
Two Way Stretch (1960) - It Keeps Happening! Dishy Ethel (Liz Fraser) visits with Dodger (Peter Sellers) and Mrs. Price (Irene Handl) with son Lennie (Bernard Cribbins), a scam afoot all along, in director Robert Day's prison comedy Two Way Stretch, 1960.
Village Of The Damned (1960) - Credits, Can't Get Through Second sequence, with credits, in Village Of The Damned, 1960, in which military official Alan (Michael Gwynn) seeks permission to visit fictional Midwich, where something's gone wrong.
Village Of The Damned (1960) - Opening, Midwich George Sanders (As "Gordon Zellaby") passes out during a phone call to his brother-in-law (Michael Gwynn) in the opening sequence from director Wolf Rilla's Village Of The Damned, 1960.
Village of the Damned (1960) - No Way Of Acounting Virginal Evelyn (Sarah Long) can't explain her condition to the doctor (Laurence Naismith) who later, with Gordon (George Sanders) discusses the situation with the vicar (Bernard Archard) in Village of the Damned, 1960.
Village Of The Damned (1960) - It's All My Fault! Anthea (Barbara Shelley) is the innocent mom walking odd young David (Martin Stephens) when he meets up with some of his fellow maybe-demonic-alien playmates, who get even with a clumsy motorist in Village Of The Damned, 1960.
Village Of The Damned (1960) - I Must Have Dozed Off An awakening cow encourages Bernard (Michael Gwynn) and gathered military authorities to enter Midwich, the fictional Hampshire town which seemed to have gone unconscious, where he finds puzzled brother-in-law Gordon (George Sanders) and Anthea (Barbara Shelley) early in Village Of The Damned, 1960.
Village Of The Damned (1960) - He's Only One Year Old Everyone already less-alarmed than they might be about the accelerated development of children throughout the town, Gordon (George Sanders) demonstrates to his military official brother-in-law Alan (Michael Gwynn) their remarkable prowess, led by his own David (Martin Stephens) in director Wolf Rilla's Village Of The Damned, 1960.

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