Orville Hampton


Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Sky High (1951)
Dialogue Director
Hi-Jacked (1950)
Dial coach
Holiday Rhythm (1950)
Dial coach
Operation Haylift (1950)
Dialogue Director

Writer (Feature Film)

Friday Foster (1975)
Screenwriter
A Time To Sing (1968)
Screenwriter
The Young Runaways (1968)
Writer
Riot on Sunset Strip (1967)
Screenwriter
One Potato, Two Potato (1964)
Screenwriter
One Potato, Two Potato (1964)
Story
Beauty and the Beast (1963)
Screenwriter
Jack the Giant Killer (1962)
Screenwriter
Jack the Giant Killer (1962)
Original Story
The Snake Woman (1961)
Screenwriter
The Police Dog Story (1961)
Screenwriter
You Have To Run Fast (1961)
Writer
Operation Bottleneck (1961)
Screenwriter
Cage of Evil (1960)
Screenwriter
Young Jesse James (1960)
Screenwriter
Three Came to Kill (1960)
Story
Cage of Evil (1960)
Story
Young Jesse James (1960)
Story
Gunfighters of Abilene (1960)
Writer
A Dog's Best Friend (1960)
Writer
The Atomic Submarine (1960)
Writer
Oklahoma Territory (1960)
Writer
The Alligator People (1959)
Screenwriter
The Alligator People (1959)
Story
The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake (1959)
Writer
Inside the Mafia (1959)
Writer
Riot in Juvenile Prison (1959)
Writer
Jet Attack (1958)
Screenwriter
Hong Kong Confidential (1958)
Screenwriter
Badman's Country (1958)
Screenwriter
The Toughest Gun in Tombstone (1958)
Screenwriter
Untamed Mistress (1957)
Written for Screen by
Calypso Heat Wave (1957)
Story
The Black Whip (1956)
Story and Screenplay
Frontier Gambler (1956)
Screenwriter
The Three Outlaws (1956)
Screenwriter
Last of the Desperados (1955)
Screenwriter
New Orleans Uncensored (1955)
Screenwriter
New Orleans Uncensored (1955)
Story
The Big Chase (1954)
Short wrt
Fangs of the Wild (1954)
Screenwriter
Scotland Yard Inspector (1952)
Screenwriter
The Jungle (1952)
Additional Dialogue
Red Snow (1952)
Screenwriter
Outlaw Women (1952)
Written for Screen by
Fingerprints Don't Lie (1951)
Screenwriter
Three Desperate Men (1951)
Story and Screenplay
Leave It to the Marines (1951)
Screenwriter
Mask of the Dragon (1951)
Screenwriter
Sky High (1951)
Screenwriter
I Shot Billy the Kid (1950)
Original Screenplay
Bandit Queen (1950)
Additional Dialogue
Motor Patrol (1950)
Screenwriter
Rocketship X-M (1950)
Additional Dialogue
Train to Tombstone (1950)
Screenwriter
Hi-Jacked (1950)
Screenwriter
Experiment Alcatraz (1950)
Screenwriter

Producer (Feature Film)

The Atomic Submarine (1960)
Associate Producer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Mesa of Lost Women (1953)
Dial Supervisor
Lost Continent (1951)
Dial Supervisor
Motor Patrol (1950)
Dial Supervisor
Western Pacific Agent (1950)
Dial Supervisor

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

One Potato, Two Potato (1964) - The Most Misery Of All Our first scene at home with Bernie Hamilton as Frank, we meet his worried parents, Robert Earl Jones, father of James Earl, better known at the time for stage work, and the successful playwright and Tony-nominated director Vinnette Carroll, in director Larry Peerce’s provocative independent feature One Potato, Two Potato, 1964.
One Potato, Two Potato (1964) - Opening, Howard, Ohio Opening sequence introducing the race-relations theme and the fictional town of "Howard, Ohio," (really on location in Painesville, near Cleveland) from One Potato, Two Potato, the 1964 independent feature starring Barbara Barrie and Bernie Hamilton, directed by Larry Peerce.
One Potato, Two Potato (1964) - Because You're With Me! Julie (Barbara Barrie) keeps her composure better than Frank (Bernie Hamilton) when a cop interrupts them on an early informal date, in director Larry Peerce's independent feature One Potato, Two Potato, 1964.
One Potato, Two Potato (1964) - Close To The Ideal SPOILER risk here, back in the courtroom, the judge (Harry Bellaver) delivers his verdict, stunning Julie (Barbara Barrie) and Frank (Bernie Hamilton), Richard Mulligan as the father Joseph, in a scene near the end of director Larry Peerce's One Potato, Two Potato, 1964.
One Potato, Two Potato (1964) - Social Pressures Beginning in the courtroom, the judge (Harry Bellaver) induces a flashback to the day Julie (Barbara Barrie) met Frank (Bernie Hamilton), with friends Johnny (Sam Weston, brother of Jack, and later better known as the prominent porn director Anthony Spinelli) and Ann (Faith Burwell) in director Larry Peerce's independent feature One Potato, Two Potato, 1964.
Riot On Sunset Strip (1967) - Open, These Are Not Dangerous Revolutionaries Framing from producer Sam Katzman, including exteriors of the real Pandora’s Box, center of the LA “curfew riots” on which the movie is sort-of based, cutting to The Standells, with an original co-written by guitarist Tony Valentino, drummer Dick Dodd on the vocal, opening Riot On Sunset Strip, 1967, starring Aldo Ray.
Riot On Sunset Strip (1967) - Invasion Of Longhairs First scene for top-billed Aldo Ray as LA cop Lorimer, reasonable but not satisfying reporter Stokes (Bill Baldwin), then grumbling with pal Tweedy (Michael Evans), before we glimpse his unspecified link to Andy (Mimsy Farmer), hanging with pals at a dicey joint, in Riot On Sunset Strip, 1967.
Riot On Sunset Strip (1967) - Another Troubled Weekend Andy (Mimsy Farmer) with her inebriate mom (Hortense Petra, wife of producer Sam Katzman), whom she dared not call when she got arrested, then watching her estranged police officer father (Aldo Ray) on TV, then back to the club, Larry Tamblyn leading The Standells with another original tune, in Riot On Sunset Strip, 1967.
Riot On Sunset Strip (1967) - Night Out With The Weirdos Predatory hippie Herby (Schuyler Hayden), disappointed that virtuous Andy (Mimsy Farmer) has declined the acid-laced sugar cubes, resorts to a trick, while her friend Liz-Ann (Laurie Mock) gets into it, and tripping begins, in quickie-producer Sam Katzman’s Riot On Sunset Strip, 1967.

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