Dick Bush


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Man In The Attic (1995)
Director Of Photography
Ultimate Betrayal (1994)
Director Of Photography
Shadowhunter (1993)
Director Of Photography
Blake Edwards' Son of the Pink Panther (1993)
Director Of Photography
O Pioneers! (1992)
Director Of Photography
Switch (1991)
Director Of Photography
Little Monsters (1989)
Director Of Photography
Staying Together (1989)
Director Of Photography
The Lair of the White Worm (1988)
Director Of Photography
Desperado (1987)
Director Of Photography
The Quick and the Dead (1987)
Director Of Photography
Assault and Matrimony (1987)
Director Of Photography
Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story (1986)
Director Of Photography
The Journey of Natty Gann (1985)
Director Of Photography
Crimes of Passion (1984)
Director Of Photography
The Philadelphia Experiment (1984)
Director Of Photography
Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)
Director Of Photography
Victor/Victoria (1982)
Director Of Photography
Trail of the Pink Panther (1982)
Director Of Photography
The Fan (1981)
Director Of Photography
Falling in Love Again (1980)
Cinematographer
One-Trick Pony (1980)
Director Of Photography
The Legacy (1979)
Director Of Photography
Yanks (1979)
Director Of Photography
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1978)
Director Of Photography
Sorcerer (1977)
Director Of Photography
In Celebration (1975)
Director Of Photography
Tommy (1975)
Cinematographer
Phase IV (1974)
Cinematographer
Mahler (1974)
Director Of Photography
Savage Messiah (1972)
Director of Photography
Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972)
Photography
Twins of Evil (1972)
Director Of Photography
Our Miss Fred (1972)
Director Of Photography
When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth (1971)
Director of Photography
Take a Girl Like You (1970)
Director of Photography
The Blood on Satan's Claw (1970)
Cinematographer
Laughter in the Dark (1969)
Director of Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Blake Edwards' Son of the Pink Panther (1993)
Dp/Cinematographer
Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)
Dp/Cinematographer
Trail of the Pink Panther (1982)
Dp/Cinematographer
The Fan (1981)
Other
Tommy (1975)
Dp/Cinematographer

Life Events

1995

Final credit, CBS tv movie "The Man In the Attic"

Videos

Movie Clip

Dracula A.D. 1972 -- (Movie Clip) I Summoned You Johnny (Christopher Neame), whose hippie London pals think this is just a lark, and don't know he's a real vampire-servant, has settled for Laura (Caroline Munro) in his first occult ceremony, but still hopes to lure Jess (Stephanie Beacham), as he tries to resurrect his master (Christopher Lee), in Hammer Films' Dracula A.D. 1972, 1972.
Dracula A.D. 1972 -- (Movie Clip) I Think It's All Kinky We've just met Jess (Stephanie Beacham), whose swingin' London friends are thinking the occult might be fun, returning home to her grand-dad who turns out to be Peter Cushing, grand-son of the Cushing who killed the title character 100 years earlier in the prologue, in Hammer Films' Dracula A.D. 1972, 1972.
Dracula A.D. 1972 -- (Movie Clip) Alligator Man Still in the opening scenes with a bunch of London hippies who like to crash society parties and see how long it takes for the cops to show up, the band is Stoneground, from California, the song by front-man Sal Valentino, Christopher Neame (son of famous director Ronald) the nasty Johnny, in Hammer Films' mod-horror romp Dracula A.D. 1972, 1972.
When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Sanna Joining the opening scene in Hammer Films attempt to revisit the success of One Million Years B.C., 1966, Patrick Allen is head of the Rock Tribe which likes sacrificing blondes to the sun, but some wild celestial event happens, allowing Sanna (Victoria Vetri) to escape to the Sand Tribe’s raft, and Robin Hawdon rescuing, in When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth, 1971.
When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Sand Tribe (Apparently rare) Blonde Sanna (Victoria Vetri) has been rescued from the sea (just escaping being sacrificed by her own tribe) and is brought home by enraptured Tara (Robin Hawdon), whose own significant other (Imogen Hassall) is put off, when everyone sees the captured dinosaur (by special effects artist Jim Danforth) actually isn't, in When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth, 1971.
When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Baby Dinosaur Lots of perhaps coherent story layering involving the two tribes here but interlocked is the charming encounter between exiled and/or outcast Sanna (Victoria Vetri) interacting with the mom then the baby of a new breed of dinosaur from special effects wizard Jim Danforth, in Hammer Films’ When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth, 1971.
Tommy (1975) -- (Movie Clip) A Film By Ken Russell Diretor Ken Russell’s prologue, one of the least remarked-upon scenes, shot partly in Borrowdale Valley, England’s far northwest Lake District, seen in other Russell films, with Robert Powell as doomed Captain Walker and Ann-Margret his wife, before the birth of the hero, in the famous adaptation of the rock opera by Pete Townshend and The Who, Tommy, 1975.
Tommy (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Amazing Journey In a song substantially expanded by composer Pete Townshend from the original 1969 recording by The Who, leading man Roger Daltrey’s vocal describes the now-traumatized hero (Barry Winch), with his mother (Ann-Margret) and Oliver Reed as her lover Frank, now a murderer, in director Ken Russell’s Tommy, 1975.
Tommy (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Bernie's Holiday Camp In a new song composed by Pete Townshend for the Ken Russell film, Oliver Reed introduced as Frank, Barry Winch as the young hero and Ann-Margret his mother, shot near Portsmouth and inside the South Parade Pier ballroom, in Robert Stigwood’s production of the rock opera by The Who, Tommy, 1975.
Tommy (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Christmas Another song modified by Pete Townshend for narrative reasons from the original recording by The Who, Ann-Margret as mother Nora, Oliver Reed as her lover Frank, vocals by the principals though the voice of the hero (Barry Winch) is not credited, in Ken Russell’s film from the rock opera, Tommy, 1975.
Tommy (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Pinball Wizard Elton John’s hit single recording, appearing as the pinball champ, actually not the character from the song title, who is really Roger Daltrey, the title character, with composer Pete Townshend and the rest of The Who (John Entwistle, Keith Moon) as the backing band, in director Ken Russell’s Tommy, 1975.
Tommy (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Eyesight To The Blind First appearance of The Who's Roger Daltrey in the title role, Ann-Margret his near-desperate mother, at some sort of church where Eric Clapton leads worship of Marilyn Monroe, with a version of the Sonny Boy Williamson song, credited to him though wholly re-written by Pete Townshend, who appears with bandmate John Entwistle in the procession, in Ken Russell's adaption of Tommy, 1975.

Bibliography

Notes

Worked extensively with Blake Edwards and Ken Russell.