Paul Beeson Net Worth

Paul Beeson Net Worth is
$19 Million

Paul Beeson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Paul Beeson (1921–2001) was a British cinematographer. Beeson was initially at Ealing Studios before going on to work on films for various other companies.
Source
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthNovember 16, 1921, Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom
DiedJuly 19, 2001, Gerrards Cross, United Kingdom
Place Of BirthHammersmith, London, England, UK
ProfessionCinematographer, Camera Department, Visual Effects
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography - Entertainment Programming for a Special
Star SignScorpio
#Fact
1He worked as the director of photography on both Kidnapped (1959) and Kidnapped (1971).

Cinematographer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Turning1996
The Lost World1992
Return to the Lost World1992
The Wolves of Willoughby Chase1989
Taffin1988director of photography
An African Dream1987
Jane and the Lost City1987
The Love Boat1986TV Series 2 episodes
Lost in London1985TV Movie
Lime Street1985TV Series 1 episode
The First Olympics: Athens 18961984TV Mini-Series 2 episodes
Hawk the Slayer1980
Silver Dream Racer1980director of photography
Unidentified Flying Oddball1979director of photography
Starcrash1978
Candleshoe1977director of photography
Beauty and the Beast1976TV Movie
The Littlest Horse Thieves1976
One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing1975director of photography
The Mutations1974
A Warm December1973director of photography
Kidnapped1971director of photography
Jane Eyre1970TV Movie
Crescendo1970director of photography
Hell Boats1970director of photography
Taste of Excitement1969
Moon Zero Two1969director of photography
Mosquito Squadron1969director of photography
The Lost Continent1968director of photography
Attack on the Iron Coast1968director of photography
The Saint1966-1968TV Series director of photography - 7 episodes
Submarine X-11968director of photography
To Sir, with Love1967director of photography
Africa: Texas Style1967director of photography
Court Martial1965-1966TV Series director of photography - 2 episodes
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1962-1965TV Series 13 episodes
Die, Monster, Die!1965director of photography
The Moon-Spinners1964director of photography
Dr. Syn, Alias the Scarecrow1963
The Three Lives of Thomasina1963director of photography
In Search of the Castaways1962director of photography
Tarzan Goes to India1962
The Happy Thieves1961
Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog1961director of photography
Spare the Rod1961
Nearly a Nasty Accident1961
Season of Passion1959
The Scapegoat1959director of photography
Kidnapped1959/IIdirector of photography
Nowhere to Go1958director of photography
Dunkirk1958director of photography
The Shiralee1957director of photography
The Gentle Touch1956director of photography
Out of the Clouds1955director of photography
West of Zanzibar1954director of photography

Camera Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Alien³1992director of photography: second unit
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade1989additional photography
Who Framed Roger Rabbit1988additional photographer: UK
Willow1988director of photography: second unit
Ishtar1987additional photographer
Santa Claus1985additional photographer
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom1984additional photography
Never Say Never Again1983additional photographer - uncredited / director of photography: second unit
The Mikado1983TV Movie lighting designer
The Pirates of Penzance1983additional photographer
Princess Ida1982TV Movie lighting designer
Ruddigore1982TV Movie lighting designer
Raiders of the Lost Ark1981additional photography
QB VII1974TV Mini-Series director of photography - 2 episodes
Not with My Wife, You Don't!1966photographer: Europe
The Sound of Music1965additional photography
Swiss Family Robinson1960additional photography
Lease of Life1954director of photography: second unit - uncredited
The Titfield Thunderbolt1953second unit photography
The Cruel Sea1953second unit photography
The Gentle Gunman1952second camera operator - uncredited
Crash of Silence1952director of photography: second unit - uncredited
Ivory Hunter1951game photography
The Black Rose1950camera operator - uncredited
Under Capricorn1949operator of camera movement
Train of Events1949camera operator
Scott of the Antarctic1948camera operator
Against the Wind1948camera operator
Frieda1947focus puller - uncredited
The Foreman Went to France1942focus puller - uncredited
Black Sheep of Whitehall1942focus puller - uncredited
Three Cockeyed Sailors1940camera operator - uncredited
Saloon Bar1940camera assistant - uncredited
The Secret Four1939camera assistant - uncredited
The Phantom Strikes1938camera operator - uncredited

Visual Effects

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hawk the Slayer1980special photographic effects

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1975Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Entertainment Programming for a SpecialQB VII (1974)

Known for movies


Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *