Bivouac in the Ozarks, a 16mm short, was his first film as cinematographer for the 166th Signal Photo Company - the Army unit he was serving in then - directed by Ted Sizer.
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After his military service, he returned to Hollywood, and enlisted as industrial cameraman (1945) with the Local 659 Guild of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). After he was re-graded to still man (1955), he found work as still photographer (uncredited) for the long lasting, prestigious The Red Skelton Hour
(1951), and the soon-to-be TV hits Cheyenne
Usually ends his films with some type of violence
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