Ellis W. Carter Net Worth

Ellis W. Carter Net Worth is
$1.9 Million

Ellis W. Carter Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Date Of BirthNovember 2, 1906, Ashland, Oregon, United States
DiedOctober 23, 1964, Long Beach, California, United States
Place Of BirthAshland, Oregon, USA
ProfessionCinematographer, Camera Department, Miscellaneous Crew
AwardsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography in Entertainment Programming for a Special
Star SignScorpio


Slaves of the Invisible Monster1966TV Movie director of photography
Your Cheatin' Heart1964
Kissin' Cousins1964director of photography
He Rides Tall1964
Twice-Told Tales1963director of photography
Hootenanny Hoot1963
Diary of a Madman1963
About Time1962TV Movie
Adventures in Paradise1962TV Series 2 episodes
The Second Time Around1961director of photography
Follow the Sun1961TV Series director of photography - 1 episode
Pirates of Tortuga1961director of photography
The Fiercest Heart1961
Maverick1957-1961TV Series director of photography - 2 episodes
Cheyenne1961TV Series 1 episode
The Wizard of Baghdad1960director of photography
Seven Ways from Sundown1960
Sex Kittens Go to College1960director of photography - as Ellis Carter
The Leech Woman1960director of photography
Bourbon Street Beat1960TV Series 2 episodes
Lawman1960TV Series director of photography - 2 episodes
Peter Gunn1959TV Series 3 episodes
The Purple Gang1959as Ellis Carter
Colt .451959TV Series director of photography - 1 episode
Philip Marlowe1959TV Series director of photography - 1 episode
Curse of the Undead1959director of photography
Night of the Quarter Moon1959
The Alphabet Conspiracy1959TV Movie director of photography
Night Court U.S.A.1958TV Series
Gateways to the Mind1958TV Movie documentary
The Gray GhostTV Series 6 episodes, 1957 director of photography - 6 episodes, 1957 - 1958
Damn Citizen1957
Oregon Passage1957as Ellis Carter, photographed by
The Monolith Monsters1957director of photography
Slim Carter1957
The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays1957TV Movie as Carter Ellis
Sugarfoot1957TV Series 1 episode
The Land Unknown1957director of photography
The Deadly Mantis1957director of photography
The Incredible Shrinking Man1957
The Mole People1956director of photography - as Ellis Carter
Flight to Hong Kong1956
A Day of Fury1956director of photography
The River Changes1956director of photography
Running Wild1955
The Human Jungle1954
The Black Dakotas1954director of photography
Arrow in the Dust1954
Cease Fire!1953Documentary
Captain John Smith and Pocahontas1953director of photography - as Ellis Carter
The Royal African Rifles1953
Mr. & Mrs. NorthTV Series 1 episode, 1952 director of photography - 18 episodes, 1952 - 1953
The Ford Television TheatreTV Series 1 episode, 1952 director of photography - 1 episode, 1952
Castle in the Air1952
California Conquest1952
Sound Off1952
Outlaw Women1952photography
Gruen Guild Theater1952TV Series 2 episodes
Thief of Damascus1952director of photography
Listen, Judge1952Short
Indian Uprising1952director of photography - as Ellis Carter
The Barefoot Mailman1951
The Magic Carpet1951
Havana Rose1951
Sunny Side of the Street1951
Lost Planet Airmen1951
The Texas Rangers1951director of photography - as Ellis Carter
Don Daredevil Rides Again1951
Prisoners in Petticoats1950
Lonely Heart Bandits1950
The Old Frontier1950photographed by
Hills of Oklahoma1950director of photography
The Invisible Monster1950director of photography
The Vanishing Westerner1950photographed by
Gunmen of Abilene1950director of photography
The Blonde Bandit1950
Radar Patrol vs. Spy King1949director of photography
Ranger of Cherokee Strip1949photographed by
The James Brothers of Missouri1949director of photography
Special Agent1949as Ellis Carter
King of the Rocket Men1949
El Paso1949
Dynamite1949director of photography
Waterfront at Midnight1948
Big Town Scandal1948
Bob and Sally1948as Ellis Carter
Speed to Spare1948
Mr. Reckless1948director of photography
Caged Fury1948
Big Town After Dark1947

Camera Department

Around the World in Eighty Days1956director of photography: second unit - as Ellis Carter
The Last Command1955director of photography: second unit - uncredited
Who Killed Doc Robbin?1948camera operator - uncredited
Here Comes Trouble1948camera operator - uncredited
Foreign Correspondent1940camera operator: second unit - uncredited
Rebecca1940second unit camera operator - uncredited
I Cover the Waterfront1933assistant camera - uncredited


Who Killed Doc Robbin?1948choreographer - uncredited

Won Awards

1959Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest Cinematography for TelevisionThe Alphabet Conspiracy (1959)

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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