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Guy Roe

Guy Roe



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Cinematography (feature film)

Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956) as U.S. cam
Nuclear tests awaken a prehistoric monster.
The Lonesome Trail (1955) as Director of Photography
A veteran of the Indian wars, Johhny Rush returns to his home to find that it has been confiscated by a cattle baron taking over in the valley. Rush also finds that his girl is engaged to the baron, because the girl's fathers' ranch is in financial jeopardy. When Rush loses the use of his gun arm in a fight with the barons henchmen, he learns to use a bow and arrow for defense...with deadly consequences.
Two-Gun Lady (1955) as Director of Photography
Karen Marshall arrives in the town controlled by Jud Ivers posing as Kate Masters. Her traveling companion taught her to shoot and she puts on her sharpshooting act at the saloon. But her main objective in returning is to find and kill the man that murdered her mother when she was a girl. That man is Ivers' son and when her true identity becomes known she is ready to face him in a gunfight.
The Silver Star (1955) as Camera
Target Earth (1954) as Director of Photography
My Six Convicts (1952) as Director of Photography
A prison psychologist tries to rehabilitate six hardcore criminals.
Queen for a Day (1951) as Director of Photography
The film was based on the popular daytime Mutual Broadcasting Company radio program that originated from New York on April 30, 1945 as "Queen For Today" and moved to Hollywood a few months later as "Queen For A Day", with Jack Bailey, former vaudeville music man and World's Fair barker, as the emcee host. The five-times-a-week, thirty minute doses spun over to television and lasted into the 70's. Bailey, in pre-airing interviews with audience members, would select 3-4 contestants who would pour out their (mostly pitiful) hearts explaining why they deserved to be Queen For A Day, and the audience selected the winner. The movie version was comprised of three short story segments which led some character to the television program.
Try and Get Me! (1951) as Director of Photography
A family man in a small town falls in with criminals, then must face vigilantes justice.
Armored Car Robbery (1950) as Director of Photography
A police officer tries to find half a million dollars stolen by gangsters.
Red Stallion in the Rockies (1949) as 2d unit photog and circus scenes
Trapped (1949) as Director of Photography
U.S. Treasury Department agents go after a ring of counterfeiters.
In This Corner (1948) as Director of Photography
Behind Locked Doors (1948) as Director of Photography
A well-known judge has become a fugitive from the police, with a large reward on his head. A reporter believes that the judge is hiding in a private sanitarium, so she seeks out a private investigator and asks him to pretend to be insane, so that he can get inside the sanitarium and look for the judge. The investigator is admitted to the asylum, and encounters many dangers while trying to prove that the judge is there.
The Cobra Strikes (1948) as Director of Photography
Railroaded! (1947) as Director of Photography
A two-bit hood sets out to rob his boss''''s illegal gambling operation.
A Scandal in Paris (1946) as Director of Photography
An elegant conman gets himself appointed chief of police so he can rob Paris at leisure.
A Scandal in Paris (1946) as Director of Photography
An elegant con man gets himself appointed chief of police so he can rob Paris at his leisure.
Captain Kidd (1945) as 2nd Camera
An infamous pirate tries to double cross the King of England.
Texas Masquerade (1944) as 2nd Camera
Maxson and Trimble are using the Night Riders to scare the ranchers off their land knowing there is oil under the ground. Finding a wounded lawyer Corwin, Hoppy assumes his identity. But Sam Nolan knows Hoppy and when he arrives in town the Masquerade is over.
It Happened Tomorrow (1944) as Camera Operator
A newspaper editor writes headlines that predict the future.
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943) as Camera Operator
A U.S. mercenary and an army of peasants fight for Spain.
Bahama Passage (1941) as Camera Operator
The Lady Eve (1941) as 2nd Camera
A lady cardsharp tries to con an eccentric scientist only to fall for him.
Christmas in July (1940) as 2nd Camera
An unemployed dreamer thinks he's won a big radio contest.
The Jungle Princess (1936) as 2nd Camera
Christopher Powell is in Malaysia with his fiancée and her father, capturing wild animals. While out hunting, he is attacked by a tiger, and his native guides run away, leaving him for dead. But the tiger is the pet of Ulah, a beautiful young woman who grew up by herself in the jungle. She rescues Chris and takes him back to her cave, where she nurses him to health and falls in love with him. When he eventually returns to camp, she follows. The fiancée is jealous, and the natives don't like Ulah or her pet tiger either, all of which leads to a lot of trouble.
The Crusades (1935) as Camera Operator
King Richard the Lionhearted launches a crusade to preserve Christianity in Jerusalem.
Elmer and Elsie (1934) as Assistant Camera
Cleopatra (1934) as Assistant Camera
The fabled queen of Egypt leads Julius Caesar and Marc Antony astray.
Bolero (1934) as Assistant Camera
This is the story of an egotistical nightclub dance performer named Raoul, his determination to succeed at all costs, and the only woman in his life that truly matters to him, a dancing partner named Helen. (The highlight of the film is a dance performed atop a circular stage to a truncated version of Ravel's "Bolero.")
Wharf Angel (1934) as Assistant Camera
Luxury Liner (1933) as Assistant Camera
The Song of Songs (1933) as Assistant Camera
Although she loves a young sculptor, a country girl marries an older man for his money.
This Day and Age (1933) as Assistant Camera
One Sunday Afternoon (1933) as Assistant Camera
A small-town dentist longs to avenge an old friend who stole his love, but discovers there''''s no need.
Design for Living (1933) as Assistant Camera
An independent woman can't chose between the two men she loves.
Love Me Tonight (1932) as Assistant Camera
A Parisian tailor falls in love with a princess.
This Is the Night (1932) as Assistant Camera
An affair is threatened to be exposed when a wife's husband returns from the Olympics.
Trouble in Paradise (1932) as Assistant Camera
A love triangle ignites trouble between two jewel thieves and their intended victim.
One Hour with You (1932) as Assistant Camera
Both members of a married couple fight the temptation to stray.
Under-Cover Man (1932) as Assistant Camera
Silence (1931) as Assistant Camera

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Whispering City (1947) as Photography
A reporter hears that a famous actress is dying in a hospital after being hit by a car. She goes to the hospital to interview the actress, who tells the reporter that her wealthy fiance, who was killed in an accident several years before, was actually murdered. Before long the reporter finds herself in a web of corruption, mental illness and murder.

Cinematography (short)

Cash Stashers (1953)
In this short film, we see the humorous (and disastrous) results when people save their money in unsafe places.
Bargain Madness (1951)
This short film is a humorous look at women battling for bargains in a department store.

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