Phil Smoot is known for his work on The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014), Alien Outlaw (1985) and Tusk (2014). He was previously married to Mary M. Dalton. See full bio »

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Known For

The Taking of Deborah Logan Production Manager
(2014)
Alien Outlaw Producer
(1985)
Tusk Additional Crew
(2014)
Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth Production Manager
(1992)

Filmography

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 2013/I Scorned (behind the scenes photographer) / (behind the scenes videographer)
 1998 The Lesser Evil (assistant camera: re-shoot)
 1990 The Lookalike (TV Movie) (camera operator: "b" camera - uncredited)
 1989 Trapper County War (camera operator: "b" camera)
 1988 Probe (TV Series) (camera operator - 1 episode)
- Computer Logic (1988) ... (camera operator)
 1987 Hit the Road Running (photographer: second unit, 3-D)
 1986 Florida Straits (TV Movie) (first assistant camera)
 1986 Rockin' Road Trip (photographer: second unit)
 1985 New Girl (camera operator)
 1984 Brother Dave Gardner: Live and in Concert (Video) (camera operator)
 1984 Hyperspace (additional photography) / (first assistant camera)
 1984 Chain Gang (camera operator: "b" camera, 3-D)
 1984 A Breed Apart (additional camera operator)
 1984 Tales of the Third Dimension (assistant camera: 3-D) / (camera operator: "b" camera)
 1984 Hot Heir (photographer: second unit, 3-D)
 1983 Carnival Magic (camera operator)
 1979 The Haunted Palace (Short) (assistant camera)
 1977 Death Driver (assistant camera)
 1976 Dark Sunday (assistant camera)
 1976 Date with a Kidnapper (assistant camera - as Phillip Smoot)
 1974 The Brass Ring (bag boy) / (camera loader)
 1974/I Challenge (grip - as Phillip Smoot)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Contributed to the book Gods In Spandex, Or, A Survivors' Account Of 80's Cinema Obscura (Succubus Press/2007).

Alternate Names:

Philip Smoot | Phillip Smoot | Phil Smoote

Spouse:

Mary M. Dalton  (divorced)  (1 child)
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Trivia:

Graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill with double major in Radio/TV/Motion Pictures and Dramatic Art. Received Masters Degree (MBA) from UNC-Greensboro. In addition to feature length motion pictures, total body of work in television productions, short films, sponsored films, commercials, and corporate/industrial videos totals in the thousands. Also helped in the selection of architects and original ... See more »

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