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Good Guys Wear Black
Good Guys Wear Black Camera and Electrical Department
Death Riders
Death Riders Cinematographer
Bucktown Camera and Electrical Department
Wildfire! Cinematographer


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 1978 Good Guys Wear Black (additional photographer) / (photographer: second unit, Vietnam - uncredited)
 1975 Bucktown (camera operator)
 1973 Let the Good Times Roll (Documentary) (additional photographer - as James Wilson)
 1972 Elvis on Tour (Documentary) (camera operator)
 1971 Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Documentary) (additional photographer - as James Wilson)
Hide Hide Show Show Cinematographer (3 credits)
 1976 Death Riders (Documentary) (as James Wilson)
 1972 Hollywood: The Dream Factory (TV Movie documentary) (as James Wilson)
 1971 Wildfire! (Documentary)
Hide Hide Show Show Editorial department (2 credits)
 1973 Let the Good Times Roll (Documentary) (post-production assistant - as James Wilson)
 1972 Elvis on Tour (Documentary) (post-production assistant)
Hide Hide Show Show Director (1 credit)
 1976 Death Riders (Documentary) (as James Wilson)
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 1973 Let the Good Times Roll (Documentary) (end titles - as James Wilson)

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