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Robert Clatworthy (1911–1992)

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Art director, who worked on B-movies at Paramount (1938 and 1947-48) and Universal (1941-46, 1949-64). From 1960, involved with more ambitious assignments for directors like Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kramer. Intermittently with the Disney Organisation in the 60's and 70's.

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Known For

Psycho
Psycho Art Director
(1960)
Touch of Evil
Touch of Evil Art Director
(1958)
The Parent Trap
The Parent Trap Art Director
(1961)
That Touch of Mink
That Touch of Mink Art Director
(1962)

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 1976 Car Wash
 1974 The Family Kovack (TV Movie)
 1971 The Failing of Raymond (TV Movie)
 1964 Bedtime Story
 1963 Summer Magic
 1960 Midnight Lace
 1960 Psycho
 1960 Pollyanna
 1959 The Twilight Zone (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1958 Touch of Evil
 1957 Night Passage
 1955 Foxfire
 1954 Playgirl
 1953 Law and Order
 1953 Desert Legion
 1952 Horizons West
 1952 Scarlet Angel
 1952 Steel Town
 1951 Little Egypt
 1951 Apache Drums
 1951 Katie Did It
 1950 Shakedown
 1950 The Fargo Phantom (Short)
 1949 Once More, My Darling (as Bert Clatworthy)
 1948 Beyond Glory (uncredited)
 1948 Hazard
 1947 Variety Girl
 1946 The Runaround
 1946 Blonde Alibi
 1945 Frisco Sal
 1944 Phantom Lady
 1944 Sing a Jingle
 1943 Top Man
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Bert Clatworthy
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[on "Psycho" (1960)]: Hitchcock had decided to do a picture that would cost less than a million - it came in at $830,000, I think - so it had to be shot in black-and-white. Certainly, it worked better in black-and-white; so did "Touch Of Evil". Color tends to brighten things up too much; I always try to take the color out.

Trivia:

Art director, who worked on B-movies at Paramount (1938 and 1947-48) and Universal (1941-46, 1949-64). From 1960, involved with more ambitious assignments for directors like Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kramer. Intermittently with the Disney Organisation in the 60's and 70's.

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