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Steven Carver Biography (1945-)
Born April 5, 1945, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Murray Leonard and Frances (Gross) Carver. Addresses: Agent--Tom Chasin, Chasin-Becsey Agency, BeverlyHills, CA.
- Birth Details
- April 5, 1945
- Brooklyn, New York, United States
- FILM DIRECTOR,EXCEPT WHERE NOTED And producer, Patent (also see below), American Film Institute, 1970.
- And producer, cinematographer, The Tell-Tale Heart (also see below), American Film Institute, 1971.
- The Arena, New World, 1973.
- Big Bad Mama, New World, 1974.
- Capone, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1975.
- Drum, United Artists, 1976.
- Fast Charlie ... The Moonbeam Rider, Universal, 1977.
- An Eye for an Eye, Avco Embassy, 1981.
- And producer (with Yoram Ben-Ami), Lone Wolf McQuade, Orion, 1983.
- Road Trip, Paramount, 1985.
- And co-supervising producer, Jocks, Crown International, 1987.
- And co-supervising producer, Bulletproof (also see below), Virgin, 1988.
- And co-supervising producer, River of Death, Cannon, 1989.
- Director, producer, and cinematographer, More Than One Thing (documentary; also see below), released in 1969; assistant director, Johnny Got His Gun,1971; director of cinematography, The World's Greatest Lover, 1977; other films include Syndrome.
Credits; TELEVISION DIRECTOR; MOVIES
- Oceans of Fire, CBS, 1986.
Credits; OTHER TELEVISION WORK
- Unit cinematographer, Zodiac Couples, 1970; director of cinematography, Hot Connections, 1970, and Censorship USA, 1971.
- Cinematographer for The Wide World of Sports, 1968; other television workincludes radio and television spots for The Woman Hunt, Night Call Nurses, Cobra Woman, Hot Box, Lady Frankenstein, and The Arena.
- Patent (screenplay), American Film Institute, 1970.
- The Tell-Tale Heart (screenplay), American Film Institute, 1971.
- (With T. L. Lankford) Bulletproof (screenplay based on a story by Lankford and Fred Olen Ray), Virgin, 1988.
- Author of More Than One Thing (documentary film), 1969.
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