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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Hotel Reserve (1945) as Director
An Austrian refugee tries to figure out which guest at a French resort is a spy.

Cinematography (feature film)

2.
Heavens Above! (1963) as Director of Photography
A priest who always speaks the truth shocks his conservative parishioners.
3.
Sparrows Can't Sing (1963) as Director of Photography
A sailor comes home to find his wife missing and his house demolished.
4.
The Risk (1961) as Director of Photography
A government team researching cures for plague find their results put on the Official Secrets list. One of their number is so incensed by this that he lets the maimed and jealous companion of a female colleague draw him into what, technically, could be a treasonable act.
5.
The Secret Ways (1961) as Director of Photography
Vienna, 1956. After Soviet tanks crush the Hungarian uprising, soldier-of-fortune Mike Reynolds is hired to help a threatened Hungarian scientist (Prof. Jansci) escape from Budapest. He and Julia, the professor's daughter, cross the boulder posing as journalists, but they encounter a problem. The staunch freedom fighter doesn't want to go!
6.
I'm All Right Jack (1960) as Director Of Photography
A veteran starting out in business gets caught between management and labor.
7.
Lucky Jim (1957) as Director Of Photography
Jim Dixon feels anything but lucky. At the university he has to do the bidding of absent-minded and boring Professor Welch to have any hope of keeping his job. Worse, he has managed to get entangled with unexciting but neurotic Margaret Peel, a friend of the Professor's. All-in-all, the pub is the only friendly place to be. His misery is completed at a dreadful weekend gathering of the Welch clan by the arrival of son Bertrand. Not so much that Betrand is loud-mouthed and boorish - which he is - but that he has as companion Christine Callaghan, the sort of marvellous and unattainable woman Jim can only dream about.
8.
Brothers in Law (1957) as Director Of Photography
Newly qualified barrister Roger Thursby joins his flatmate as a trainee at a London law firm. Thrown in at the deep end by the absent-minded senior partner, his first few appearances in court border on the disastrous as he encounters a succession of cantankerous judges.
9.
My Teenage Daughter (1956) as Cinematographer
10.
Let's Make Up (1956) as Director of Photography
A young entertainer, Carole Beaumont (Anna Neagle), is wooed by actor-producer Charles King (David Farrar) but, uncertain of her feelings, she resists his attentions. During an air raid, a bomb explosion rocks the cafe and Carole is knocked unconscious. In her confused state, fantasies flash through her mind, and she seems to become Nell Gwyn of Old Drury, with Charles King looking very much like King Charles. Recovering, she is advised by her doctor to take a rest in the country and, there,another beau, Albert Gutman (Peter Graves), prompts his grandmother, Lady Drayton (Helen Haye), to invite Carole to their family home at Windsor. She accepts and telephones Charles but hangs up when his phone is answered by a female voice. Looking out on Windsor Castle, she sees herself as the young Queen Victoria and Albert as Prince Albert. Influenced by her day-dream, she accepts Albert's proposal. Charles arrives to tell her that all arrangements are made for her to leave with him and the company for Burma, but she refuses saying she will never marry an actor. Barmaid Kate (Kathleen Harrison) tells Charles why Carole feels the way she does about actors: Carole's mother, Lillian Grey (Anna Neagle), was with a touring show in 1913 when the handsome star, John Beaumont (Errol Flynn) raised her from the chorus to be his partner in his first West End show. They were a success, fell in love and were married. But the war soon took Beau off to Flanders and Lillian was left to become a great star on her own. Carole was born in wartime, but saw little of her busy mother.
11.
King's Rhapsody (1955) as Director Of Photography
12.
Trouble in the Glen (1954) as Director of Photography
Major Jim "Lance" Lansing (Forrest Tucker), an American ex-pilot of the U.S. Air Corps, returns to Scotland after the war and finds much trouble in the glen where he settles because of the high-handed activites of the local laird, Sanin Mengues (Orson Welles), a wealthy South American who, with his daughter Marilla (Margaret Lockwood), has returned to the land of his forefathers. Led by Lansing, the people eventually prevail upon Mengues to restore peace to the glen, but not before a brutish fight between Lansing and Parlan (Victor McLaglen), the Mengues foreman.
13.
Laughing Anne (1953) as Director of Photography
14.
Trent's Last Case (1953) as Director of Photography
A police detective on the verge of retirement investigates a socialite accused of murdering her wealthy husband.
15.
Night and the City (1950) as Director of Photography
A London hustler has ambitious plans that never work out.
16.
So Evil My Love (1948) as Director of Photography
A con artist seduces a missionary's widow into joining his crooked schemes.
17.
Hatter's Castle (1948) as Photography
Based by a true story of an estranged couple stranded in a blizzard at Christmas, Suzanne Shemwell's estranged husband Jim unexpectedly comes to Idaho for a family visit just before the holiday, Suzanne is less than thrilled, but their two daughters, 16-year-old Miranda and seven-year-old Taryn, are
18.
Wanted for Murder (1946)
The son of a Victorian hangman is driven insane by thoughts of his father's profession. The young man emulates his father by strangling young women. He then meets and falls in love with a woman but can he suppress his urge to kill her ?
19.
Yellow Canary (1944) as Director of Photography
A socialite poses as a Nazi spy to mask her activities as a British agent.

Producer (feature film)

20.
Hotel Reserve (1945) as Producer
An Austrian refugee tries to figure out which guest at a French resort is a spy.

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