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Al Roelofs

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Art Director (feature film)

Tron (1982)
A computer genius falls into the game he''''s designed and has to fight an evil intelligence he accidentally created.
The Black Hole (1979)
Researchers discover a lost space ship on the edge of a black hole.
Gus (1976)
Gus the mule is recruited as a field goal kicker for a struggling football team.
Escape to Witch Mountain (1975)
An unscrupulous millionaire tries to catch two mysterious children with super powers.
The Island at the Top of the World (1974) as Art Direction
An explorer discovers a tribe of Vikings forgotten by time.
Charley and the Angel (1973)
When an angel tells workaholic Charlie Appleby that he will die soon, he decides to put his family first and be a better husband and father.
The Biscuit Eater (1972) as Art Director
Two Georgia boys of different races work together to take care of a feral dog and train him for a fence-jumping contest.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971) as Asst art dir
An apprentice witch and three war orphans try to prevent the Nazi invasion of England.
The Million Dollar Duck (1971) as Art Director
To save it from being put to death, Professor Albert Dooley takes home a dumb duck from the research laboratory, which accidentally was exposed to X-rays. At home he discovers that it lays now golden eggs. Since he's broke all the time, his family welcomes this new source of income greatly, and tries to keep it secret. But their greedy neighbors become suspicious.
Buckskin (1968) as Art Director
Arizona Bushwhackers (1968) as Art Director
Howard Keel, Yvonne De Carlo, John Ireland, Marilyn Maxwell, Scott Brady, Brian Donlevy, Barton MacLane, James Craig, & Roy Rogers, Jr. as Roy. A Confederate prisoner of war takes advantage of an opportunity to enlist in the Union army and patrol the Western territories. Narrated by James Cagney.
Blue (1968) as Art Director
A Mexican bandit, part of a gang led by his father, goes on a raid into the U.S. He falls for a beautiful woman and decides to leave his life of crime and settle down with her. Eventually his father and the gang come back for him, and he finds himself torn between his love for the woman and his loyalty to his father and his fellow gang members.
Red Tomahawk (1967) as Art Director
Fort Utah (1967) as Art Director
John Ireland, Virginia Mayo, Scott Brady, John Russell, Robert Strauss, James Craig, Richard Arlen, Jim Davis, Donald Barry, Harry Lauter. Tom Horn (John Ireland) accompanies a pilgrim wagon train through hostile Indian territory while fighting off white trash renegades.
The Busy Body (1967) as Art Director
The President's Analyst (1967) as Art Director
A psychiatrist treating the president becomes a pawn in international espionage.
Hostile Guns (1967) as Art Director
George Montgomery, Yvonne De Carlo, Tab Hunter, Brian Donlevy, John Russell, James Craig, Richard Arlen, & Fuzzy Knight as Buck. Tension mounts as a U.S. marshall and his hot-headed deputy escort a prison wagon with four deadly criminals across the Texas Badlands
Nevada Smith (1966) as Art Director
A part-Indian cowboy avenges his parents' murder.
An Eye for an Eye (1966) as Art Director
Bounty hunters team to track down the man who disfigured both of them.
Waco (1966) as Art Director
In Harm's Way (1965) as Assoc art dir
An aging Naval officer leads his men against the Japanese after Pearl Harbor.
Town Tamer (1965) as Art Director
A lawyer, avenging his wife''s death, corrals the lawless in western towns.
Black Spurs (1965) as Art Director
A House Is Not a Home (1964) as Art Director
Story follows the life of Polly Adler, who grew to become one of New York's most successful bordello madams of the 20s.
Law of the Lawless (1964) as Art Director
A former gunfighter now a circuit court judge faces his father''s killer in a small post-Civil War Kansas town.
Who's Minding the Store? (1963) as Art Director
Barbara is in love with Norman, the man who looks after her poodle. But she has a secret, she''s the daughter of a wealthy society couple and worth more than Norman will ever make. When her mother, Phoebe, finds out about Barbara''s relationship, she sends Norman to work a series of increasingly humiliating jobs at the family''s department store. Norman tries to please his cruel boss, Mr. Quimby, and win Barbara''s hand in marriage.
Blueprint for Robbery (1961) as Art Director
Man-Trap (1961) as Unit art dir
During the Korean War, Matt saves the life of his buddy, Vince, who promises that someday he'll repay Matt by cutting him in on a million dollars. Eight years later Matt is in the midst of a rapidly disintegrating marriage to Nina, a man-hungry alcoholic. Vince suddenly reappears for a reunion with Matt, telling him that enemies of a Central American dictator have hijacked $3.5 million, and that he knows how he can get hold of the money and collect a large reward he'll share with Matt if he will help recover the money. Matt is skeptical, but after a particularly violent quarrel in which he leaves his wife, he agrees to go along with Vince, provided there is no gunplay.
Hell's Island (1955) as Art Director
Alaska Seas (1954) as Art Director
Robert Ryan and Brian Keith, vastly under-rated actors, take a B-potboiler and make it appear to actually be something more. Matt Baker (Robert Ryan), a nere-do-well adventurer, gets out of jail and skips/sails away on his boat without paying for the storage and repairs. Back in his hometown, he is hired by his old friend Jim Kimmerly (Brian Keith), head of the Salmon fishermen who have formed a canning cooperative, and are battling against an organized gang that rob the fishing traps regulary. Matt gets into a jam and needs money, so he joins the raiders, although his friend Jim, unaware of his duplicity, keeps covering for him among the other fishermen. The two men are also vying for the favors of Nicky (Jan Sterling.)
Arrowhead (1953) as Art Director
An Army scout and an Indian chief resolve their differences in single combat.
The Atomic City (1952) as Art Director
Enemy agents kidnap an atomic scientist''''s son.
The Accused (1949) as Asst art dir
A prim psychology professor fights to hide a murder she committed in self-defense.
The Paleface (1948) as Art dir asst
An inept dentist must rescue his outlaw wife from the Indians.
Unconquered (1947) as Art dept staff
An English convict girl sent to the colonies gets mixed up in the war with the Indians.
The Remarkable Andrew (1942) as Art staff
When Andrew Long, hyper-efficient small town accountant, finds a $1240 discrepancy in the city budget, his superiors try to explain it away. When he insists on pursuing the matter, he's in danger of being blamed himself. In his trouble, the spirit of Andrew Jackson, whom he idolizes, visits him, and in turn, summons much high-powered talent from American history...which only Andrew can see. Can he get out of trouble before too many people think he's crazy?

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