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William W. Spencer

William W. Spencer


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Cinematography (feature film)

Paradise Connection, The (1979) as Director Of Photography
Buddy Ebsen did this pilot to a prospective new series called "Lahaina" while still starring on "Barnaby Jones," and here plays a notorious Chicago lawyer who leaves his successful practice to search for his estranged son in Hawaii. Ebsen's daughter, Bonnie, is one of the co-stars, playing a singing
Law of the Land (1976)
Originally called "The Deputies," this pilot movie for a prospective series (referred to as "The Rookies on Horseback") follows a frontier lawman and his young deputies in their frantic search for a psychopath with a vendetta against prostitutes.
Panic on the 5:22 (1974) as Director Of Photography
Terror rides a private railroad car where passengers have only their wits as weapons against three armed men determined to rob and kill them.
Murder or Mercy (1974) as Director Of Photography
An eminent physician, accused of his wife's mercy-killing, is defended by a retired attorney and his ambitious lawyer son. This film's plot more than vaguely resembles "An Act of Murder" (1948) that starred Fredric March and his wife, Florence Eldridge.
Streets of San Francisco, The (1972) as Director Of Photography
A street-smart veteran cop and his young college educated partner go after the killer of a girl by systematically piecing together her last moves and come upon her junkie brother, a closed-mouth corporation lawyer and someone claiming to be her uncle. This pilot to the hit series (1972-77) marked Ka
The Mephisto Waltz (1971) as Director of Photography
Alan Alda plays a classical piano player on the rise who befriends a famous player himself who's at death's door. Unknown to Alda, the guy is a satanist, who arranges to have thier souls switch places at his death, so that he can be young again and continue to play piano (thus needing a skilled piano player like Alda to switch bodies with).
Countdown (1968) as Director of Photography
An astronaut takes a one-way voyage to the moon.
If He Hollers, Let Him Go! (1968) as Director of Photography
Murder Men (1961) as Director Of Photography
A Thunder of Drums (1961) as Director of Photography
A green Cavalry lieutenant learns the ropes fast when he''''s shipped out West.
Frontier Rangers (1959)
Major Robert Rogers leads his rangers in search of a water route through America''''s Northwest territory.
Andy Hardy Comes Home (1958) as Director of Photography
In a sequel to the popular film series, Andy Hardy returns to Carvel to negotiate a land deal.

Cinematography (special)

Great Day (1983) as Director Of Photography
The story of Howard Simpson, a family man and homeowner who is plagued by life's seemingly endless misadventures. In the pilot, Howard fruitlessly attempts to protect his home from a persistent burglar.

Cinematography (special)

Hollywood Wives (1986)
Trash-wallowers, if TV ratings are a believable barometer, were beside themselves with glee, savoring every minute of this three-part, six-hour adaptation of Jackie Collins' book about women who, according to the network publicity releases, "are caught up in the low life and high society of the film

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