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Nelson Tyler is known for his work on Batman: The Movie (1966), Marooned (1969) and The Stunt Man (1980). He is married to Elizabeth Ziegler. See full bio »
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Batman: The Movie
Batman: The Movie Camera and Electrical Department
Marooned Camera and Electrical Department
The Stunt Man
The Stunt Man Camera and Electrical Department
Ice Station Zebra
Ice Station Zebra Camera and Electrical Department


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 1994 Tread: The Movie (Documentary) (additional cinematographer)
 1980 The Stunt Man (aerial photography - uncredited)
 1975 Funny Lady (camera operator: helicopter - uncredited)
 1971 On Any Sunday (Documentary) (camera operator)
 1970 Catch-22 (helicopter photographer)
 1969 Marooned (aerial photographer)
 1969 Paint Your Wagon (aerial photographer)
 1968 Ice Station Zebra (additional arctic photography)
 1968 Funny Girl (helicopter photographer - uncredited)
 1967 The Bandits (helicopter photographer)
 1967 Who's Minding the Mint? (helicopter photographer)
 1967 Caprice (aerial photography)
 1967 Tobruk (aerial photography)
 1966 The Rat Patrol (TV Series) (aerial photographer - 1 episode)
- The Chase of Fire Raid (1966) ... (aerial photographer)
 1966 Batman: The Movie (aerial photographer)
 1966 This Property Is Condemned (helicopter photographer - uncredited)
 1966 Paradise, Hawaiian Style (aerial photographer)
 1965 The Slender Thread (aerial photographer)
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Wetbike Water Cycle was used in The Spy Who Loved Me, by James Bond to travel to Atlantis to save Agent Triple X. The vehicle has the distinction of being the world's first aquatic motor-bike. Never before had the public seen such a vehicle until its appearance in the film. Donated to The Ian Fleming Foundation by its inventor, Nelson Tyler, on display at The London Film Museum exhibit. See more »

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