Robert B Hauser


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Day the Loving Stopped (1981)
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No Place to Hide (1981)
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Killjoy (1981)
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Terror Among Us (1981)
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The Wild Wild West Revisited (1979)
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Christmas Lilies of the Field (1979)
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When Hell Was in Session (1979)
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Mean Dog Blues (1978)
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Someone's Watching Me! (1978)
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Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery (1978)
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Suddenly, Love (1978)
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The Death of Richie (1977)
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Yesterday's Child (1977)
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Intimate Strangers (1977)
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Panic In Echo Park (1977)
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The Barbary Coast (1975)
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Delancey Street: The Crisis Within (1975)
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The Legend of Lizzie Borden (1975)
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The Last Day (1975)
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All the Kind Strangers (1974)
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Nightmare (1974)
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Disappearance of Flight 412 (1974)
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Shootout In A One Dog Town (1973)
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The Night Strangler (1973)
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The Strangers in 7A (1972)
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Family Rico (1972)
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Killer By Night (1972)
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Hec Ramsey (1972)
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Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

The Last Day (1975)
Other
The Night Strangler (1973)
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Cinematography (Special)

Egan (1973)
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Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story (1980)
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A Woman Called Moses (1978)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Willard (1971) - Something To Nibble On willard71_somethingtonibbleon_FC
Willard (1971) - Happy Anniversary With his rats increasingly intelligent and useful, and his boss (Ernest Borgnine) unusually belligerent, and celebrating a wedding anniversary, Bruce Davison (title character) executes his first directed attack on fellow humans, in Willard, 1971.
Le Mans (1971) - Two Minutes To Start With lots of footage from the actual 1970 event, the dramatic start of the 24-hour race, featuring Steve McQueen as American driver Michael Delaney, from Le Mans, 1971.
Le Mans (1971) - We Are Pleased To Welcom Michael Delaney No dialogue but plenty of events as American driver Michael Delaney (Steve McQueen) arrives for the start of the 24-hour race, in director Lee H. Katzin's Le Mans, 1971.
Tout Va Bien (1972) - I Want To Make A Film The opening from Jean-Luc Godard and then-partner director Jean-Pierre Gorin, bears little explaining, in their return to relatively mainstream filmmaking after four years of political experimentation, in Tout Va Bien, 1972, with Jane Fonda and Yves Montand.
Tout Va Bien (1972) - It's For A Commercial Co-directors Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin using only bits of conventional technique, assembling their movie idea through voice over, eventually confirming the professions of their married protagonists, Jane Fonda and Yves Montand, early in Tout Va Bien, a.k.a. All's Well, 1972.
Le Mans (1971) - Opening Pretty artsy for a car-racing movie, the elliptical opening from director Lee H. Katzin's Le Mans, 1971, featuring Steve McQueen as a traumatized driver returning for the famous 24-hour race in France.

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