Carl Guthrie


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Ready for the People (1964)
Director of Photography
The Lively Set (1964)
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4 for Texas (1963)
2nd unit Photographer
Sergeants 3 (1962)
2nd unit Photographer
Dondi (1961)
Director of Photography
The George Raft Story (1961)
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King of the Roaring 20's--The Story of Arnold Rothstein (1961)
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Twenty Plus Two (1961)
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Everything's Ducky (1961)
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X-15 (1961)
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College Confidential (1960)
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Yellowstone Kelly (1959)
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Battle Flame (1959)
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King of the Wild Stallions (1959)
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The Gunfight at Dodge City (1959)
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Roadracers (1959)
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Date with Death (1959)
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Up Periscope (1959)
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Fort Massacre (1958)
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Violent Road (1958)
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Joy Ride (1958)
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Too Much, Too Soon (1958)
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The Beast of Budapest (1958)
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House on Haunted Hill (1958)
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Summer Love (1958)
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Fort Bowie (1958)
Photography
Macabre (1958)
Photography
Frankenstein--1970 (1958)
Photography
The Oklahoman (1957)
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Death in Small Doses (1957)
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Untamed Youth (1957)
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Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend (1957)
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The Girl in the Kremlin (1957)
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Quantez (1957)
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The Tattered Dress (1957)
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The Dalton Girls (1957)
Photography
Hell Bound (1957)
Photography
Bop Girl Goes Calypso (1957)
Photography
Kiss of Fire (1955)
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Lady Godiva of Coventry (1955)
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Francis in the Navy (1955)
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Long John Silver (1955)
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Jail Busters (1955)
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Yankee Pasha (1954)
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Dawn at Socorro (1954)
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Johnny Dark (1954)
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Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (1954)
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Playgirl (1954)
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All I Desire (1953)
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Francis Covers the Big Town (1953)
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Three Sailors and a Girl (1953)
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The Jazz Singer (1953)
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Hot News (1953)
Photography
Private Eyes (1953)
Photography
Girls in the Night (1953)
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Francis Goes to West Point (1952)
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The Raiders (1952)
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Bonzo Goes to College (1952)
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Finders Keepers (1952)
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Iron Man (1951)
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Hollywood Story (1951)
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Tomorrow Is Another Day (1951)
Fill-in Director of Photographer
Storm Warning (1951)
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Bedtime For Bonzo (1951)
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Highway 301 (1950)
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Undercover Girl (1950)
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Caged (1950)
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Backfire (1950)
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This Side of the Law (1950)
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Barricade (1950)
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Flaxy Martin (1949)
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One Last Fling (1949)
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The Girl from Jones Beach (1949)
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The Woman in White (1948)
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Embraceable You (1948)
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April Showers (1948)
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Always Together (1948)
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The Big Punch (1948)
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Cry Wolf (1947)
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Janie Gets Married (1946)
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Her Kind of Man (1946)
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Too Young to Know (1945)
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Hotel Berlin (1945)
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Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
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Janie (1944)
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Between Two Worlds (1944)
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In Our Time (1944)
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Navy Blues (1941)
Assistant Camera
Juarez (1939)
2nd Camera
The Dawn Patrol (1938)
2nd Camera
Anthony Adverse (1936)
2nd Camera
Oil for the Lamps of China (1935)
Camera Operator
Here Comes the Navy (1934)
Camera Operator
Ever in My Heart (1933)
Assistant Camera
Voltaire (1933)
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The Narrow Corner (1933)
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Deluge (1933)
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USC vs. Tulane (1932)
2nd Camera
Tiger Shark (1932)
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Cinematography (Short)

Desi Arnaz and His Orchestra (1946)
Cinematographer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Untamed Youth (1957) - Cotton Picker Kids sentenced to the work farm, including sisters Janey (Lori Nelson) and Penny (Mamie Van Doren) picking cotton, when "Bong," (Eddie Cochran, still only 19, with a song by Les Baxter that never appeared on a Cochran record until 1972, 12 years after his car-crash death) breaks out in song, in Untamed Youth, 1957.
Untamed Youth (1957) - Healthy Outdoor Work In this instance the title refers to naked blonde teenagers, Penny (Mamie Van Doren) and Janey (Lori Nelson), captured by Mitch (Robert Foulk) and brought before the judge (Lurene Tuttle), opening Untamed Youth, 1957.
Violent Road (1958) - You Get Nervous And Jumpy We infer here that Dick Foran as military veteran Frank (a.k.a. Sarge) works at the nearby rocket company that has to move in a hurry due to a series of accidents, and he has problems at home, implied by his troubled wife Edith (Ann Doran), the first scene for both, in Warner Bros.’ Violent Road, 1958, starring Brian Keith.
Violent Road (1958) - You Must Take A Lot Of Vitamins! After an opening with a crash of a military test rocket, Brian Keith pulls up in the town where it happened, ending things with Merry Anders in a nice Fairlane, looking for trucking work, meeting boozy John Dennis, with Arthur Batanides, then impressed secretary Charmienne Harker, in Violent Road, 1958, from prolific producer-director Howard W. Koch.
Violent Road (1958) - Felt Like An Earthquake Feels like Henri-Geoge Clouzot’s Wages Of Fear from a few years earlier, Brian Keith as head trucker Mitch gets help from partner Joe (Perry Lopez) getting their rocket fuel through a tight spot, Dick Foran and Efrem Zimbalist Jr. the second crew, Sean Garrison and Arthur Batanides going last, in Violent Road, 1958.
April Showers (1948) - Can't Make Empty Seats Laugh! Opening from a screenplay by Peter Milne based on a story by the vaudevillian turned radio and Broadway raconteur Joe Laurie Jr., introducing leads Jack Carson and Ann Sothern as the fictional “Two Tymes,” performing a chestnut by Percy Wenrich and Edward Madden, in Warner Bros.’ April Showers, 1948.
April Showers (1948) - Have A Cigar! Vaudeville stars since their son Buster (Robert Ellis) joined their act, the Tymes (Jack Carson, Ann Sothern) arrive for their big gig in New York and find out from Barnes (Joseph Crehan) that they’re not legal, Billy Curtis walking in with the solution, and Mel Blanc providing the nutty dubbed voice, in Warner Bros.’ April Showers, 1948.
April Showers (1948) - Small Tyme! In turn-of-the-century San Francisco, Robert “Bobby” Ellis in his first scene in a performance that won him a rare “special certificate” citation from the A.M.P.A.S, as precocious Buster “Small” Tyme, home from military school to his vaudevillian parents’ (Jack Carson, Ann Sothern) hotel, S.Z. Sakall the proprietor, in April Showers, 1948.
Caged (1950) - I'm On The Last Lap Bad news from the infirmary nurse (Eileen Stevens) as new inmate Marie (Eleanor Parker) is led to isolation where she meets another nurse (Jane Darwell) and a dying roommate (June Whipple) in John Cromwell's Caged, 1950.
Caged (1950) - Open, Pile Out You Tramps! Opening sequence is in the wagon carrying Marie (Eleanor Parker), Emma (Ellen Corby) and friends to prison, from director John Cromwell's seminal women-in-prison drama Caged, 1950.
Caged (1950) - Hype The New Fish New in the women's prison, Marie (Eleanor Parker) gets support from Kitty (Betty Garde), Smoochie (Jan Sterling), Claire (Joan Miller) and wacky Georgia (Gertrude Michael) in John Cromwell's Caged, 1950.
Caged (1950) - Presents For My Girls Fellow inmate Ann (Lynn Sherman) introduces new girl Marie (Eleanor Parker) to the all-kinds-of-scary matron Harper (Hope Emerson), in John Cromwell's prison drama Caged, 1950.

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