Arthur Grant


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Operator 13 (1934)
Chaplin

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Fear in the Night (1972)
Director Of Photography
Blood From the Mummy's Tomb (1971)
Cinematographer
Demons of the Mind (1971)
Director Of Photography
Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970)
Director of Photography
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)
Director of Photography
Dracula Has Risen From the Grave (1969)
Director of Photography
Run a Crooked Mile (1969)
Director Of Photography
A Challenge for Robin Hood (1968)
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The Devil's Bride (1968)
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Five Million Years to Earth (1968)
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The Mummy's Shroud (1967)
Director of Photography
Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)
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The Devil's Own (1966)
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The Plague of the Zombies (1966)
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Contest Girl (1966)
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The Reptile (1966)
Director of Photography
Where the Spies Are (1966)
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The Tomb of Ligeia (1965)
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Make Mine a Million (1965)
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Jig Saw (1965)
Director of Photography
These Are the Damned (1965)
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Paranoiac (1963)
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The Old Dark House (1963)
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Friends and Neighbors (1963)
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80,000 Suspects (1963)
Cinematographer
Night Creatures (1962)
Director of Photography
The Phantom of the Opera (1962)
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The Pirates of Blood River (1962)
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Cash on Demand (1961)
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The Terror of the Tongs (1961)
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Passport to China (1961)
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Trouble in the Sky (1961)
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The Unstoppable Man (1961)
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The Curse of the Werewolf (1961)
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The Shadow of the Cat (1961)
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Watch It, Sailor! (1961)
Cinematographer
Hell Is a City (1960)
Director of Photography
The Stranglers of Bombay (1960)
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The Son of Robin Hood (1959)
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Yesterday's Enemy (1959)
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Count Five and Die (1958)
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Rx Murder (1958)
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The Abominable Snowman (1957)
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Carry On, Admiral (1957)
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A Yank In Ermine (1955)
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On the Twelfth Day (1955)
Director Of Photography
The Agitator (1944)
Cinematographer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Hotel Splendide (1932)
Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Cash On Demand (1961) - Open, Give This Christmas Tight opening to the well-received Hammer Films’ production, based on an episode of the British TV anthology series Theatre 70, not released in the UK until December, 1963, but with a holiday setting an a twist on Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Cash On Demand, 1961, starring Peter Cushing and Andrè Morell.
Cash On Demand (1961) - One Of The Few Dignified Businesses We’ve just been meeting the staff of a provincial English branch bank, two days before Christmas, when their oppressive manager (Peter Cushing as Fordyce) arrives, taking bites out of Miss Pringle, Pearson, and Sanderson (Edith Sharpe, Richard Vernon, Norman Bird), a little kinder to Peter and Sally (Barry Lowe, Lois Daine), early in Hammer Films’ Cash On Demand, 1961.
Cash On Demand (1961) - You Look Ridiculous Only uptight manager Fordyce (Peter Cushing) knows that Col. Gore-Hepburn (Andrè Morell) is really a suave robber holding his family hostage while posing as an inspector from the bank’s security firm, so beleaguered staffers Harvill, Pearson and Sanderson (Barry Lowe, Richard Vernon, Norman Bird) exhibit some team spirit, in Hammer Films’ much-praised Cash On Demand, 1961.
Cash On Demand (1961) - Someone Of Consequence Wholly new character (Andrè Morell as Col. Gore-Hepburn) pulls up outside our Haversham, England bank branch, meeting first Harvill (Barry Lowe), then chief clerk Pearson (Richard Vernon), who’s already in a job-threatening pre-Christmas conflict with fastidious manager Fordyce (Peter Cushing), early in Hammer Films’ Cash On Demand, 1961.
Devil's Bride, The (1968) - Don't Look At The Eyes! Apparently too late to interrupt a big satanic ritual at the new home of their wayward wealthy protegé, “Duc” Richleau (Christopher Lee) and friend Rex (Leon Greene) instead discover convincing evidence of evil, in Hammer Films’ The Devil’s Bride (a.k.a. The Devil Rides Out), 1968.
Devil's Bride, The (1968) - The Goat Of Mendes Christopher Lee (as "De Richleau") and colleague Van Ryn (Leon Greene), stay composed when they recognize the guest, as Mocata (Charles Gray) leads satanic rites, Simon and Tanith (Patrick Mower, Nike Arrighi) the subjects, in Hammer Films' The Devil's Bride, 1968.
Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) - Twist That Anti-Clockwise Not altogether essential to the story but allowing for some philosophical commentary, Dr. Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) here has enlisted assistant Hertz (Thorley Walters) to enable the power source for the experiment referred-to in the title, cueing some excellent Hammer Films’ tech, in Frankenstein Created Woman, 1967.
Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) - Healthy Young Girl Formerly dead, brunette, disfigured and disabled, Christina (Susan Denberg) is switched on by Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) and aide Hertz (Thorley Walters), and she has questions, in Hammer Films' Frankenstein Created Woman, 1967.
Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) - He Lives! Assistants Hans (Robert Morris) and Dr. Hartz (Thorley Walters) un-freeze Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) who explains he's getting into soul transplants, early in Hammer Films' Frankenstein Created Woman, 1967.
Where The Spies Are (1965) - You're Coming With Us Shooting for real in and around Beirut, Cyril Cusack in a segment proceeding from a Russian spy-training film, as Brit spy Rosser, assailed eventually by two KGB guys (George Mikell, Gabor Baraker) producer-director Val Guest working from the adapted novel Passport To Oblivion by James Leasor, early in Where The Spies Are, 1965, starring David Niven.
Where The Spies Are (1965) - Car Of The Young Millionaires Short-handed Brit spy-master MacGillivray (John Le Mesurier) with aide Jackson (Noel Harrison) discovers that former WWII part-time agent Dr. Love (David Niven) is an enthusiast of the rare American Cord sports car line, giving him the angle he needs to recruit him for a mission in Beirut, early in Where The Spies Are, 1965
Where The Spies Are (1965) - Teeth, Lots Of Teeth! In Rome en route to Beirut, Dr. Love (David Niven), just recruited by his former British Intelligence masters for a one-off mission, not yet comfortable with the code language, has a couple of missteps before model Vikki (Francoise Dorleac) presents herself as his contact, in producer-director Val Guest's Where The Spies Are, 1965.

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