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Clarence Steensen

Clarence Steensen



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Art Director (feature film)

Mickey (1948) as Dec

Art Department (feature film)

The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966) as Set Decoration
Hiram Stokley is a recently desased corpse who learns that he has 24 hours to mastermind and perform one good deed in order to get into Heaven, so he enlists the help of his long deceased girlfriend Cecily, a ghost, to stop his greedy lawyer, Reginald Ripper and his henchman J. Sinister Hulk from claiming his estate for themselves and protecting his eligible heirs, Chuck, Lili, Hiram's cousin Myrtle, and her son who brings his beach party friends up at the mansion for a pool party while Reginald Ripper also employs his daughter Sinistra, and J. Sinister Hulk's slow-witted associates Chicken Feather and Yolanda to help them terrorize the teens, while dopey biker Eric Von Zipper and his Malibu Rat Pack bikers also get involved in pursuing Yolanda for a share of the estate.
Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965) as Set Decoration
Dr. Goldfoot hopes to ensnare the fortunes of the world's wealthiest men with the aid of the beautiful bikini-clad robots he manufactures in his laboratory.
Gunfight at Comanche Creek (1963) as Set Decoration
Detective employed to help smash a band of outlaws works his way into the gang and saves himself from an impossible situation by exposing the master-mind of the gang in time to save his own life.
The Gun Hawk (1963) as Set Decoration
A former gunfighter, slowly dying from an infected bullet wound, tries to expire with some shred of dignity by challenging a young gunslinger to a final showdown.
The Leech Woman (1960) as Set Decoration
A faded beauty leaves a trail of murder from Africa to the United States when she discovers a compound that will restore her lost youth--when consumed with fluid from the pineal gland of the newly dead.
The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond (1960) as Set Decoration
A small-time thief kills his way to the top of the New York rackets.
Outlaw's Son (1957) as Set Decoration
An outlaw is confronted by the son he deserted years earlier.
Pharaoh's Curse (1957) as Set Decoration
A reincarnated vampire and his sister menace an Egyptian expedition.
War Drums (1957) as Set Decoration
A white trader and an Apache chief fall for the same woman.
Tomahawk Trail (1957) as Set Decoration
Renegade Apaches make things tough for a cavalry outpost. First, they steal all the horses of a column, which must make its way back to the fort on foot. Once there, the soldiers discover the entire population dead from an Indian attack. This leaves Neise, an unseasoned West Point graduate, in control. But he just doesn''t know how to handle the trouble, so up steps Connors, the tough sergeant who at least knows which way is up.
Revolt at Fort Laramie (1957) as Set Decoration
Start of the Civil War splits troops at frontier fort.
The Girl in Black Stockings (1957) as Set Decoration
A young girl''''s murder leaves a hotel full of suspects.
The Black Sleep (1956) as Set Decoration
A brain surgeon''''s experiments create a race of deadly freaks.
Rebel in Town (1956) as Set Decoration
A man hunts down the bank robber who accidentally killed his son.
Sudden Danger (1955) as Set Decoration
Highway Dragnet (1954) as Set Decoration
Murder Without Tears (1953) as Set Dresser
Loose in London (1953) as Set Decoration
The Bowery Boys take on British crooks when one of them thinks he''''s inherited a title.
Private Eyes (1953) as Set Decoration
The Bowery Boys open a detective agency when one of them develops mind-reading talents.
Hot News (1953) as Set Decoration
Port Sinister (1953) as Set Decoration
A 17th-century Caribbean port rumored to have frequented by pirates rises from the ocean floor, where it came to rest after an earthquake many years before. A scientist wants to study it, some thugs want the treasure alleged to be stored there, a bunch of mutated giant crabs living there attack them all.
Sword of Venus (1953) as Set Decoration
Affair with a Stranger (1953) as Set Decoration
A playwright and his wife search the past for the key to saving their troubled marriage.
For Men Only (1952) as Set Decoration
Captive Women (1952) as Set Decoration
Road Agent (1952) as Set Decoration
Cowboys fight bandits trying to take over the trails.
Face to Face (1952) as Set Decoration
F.B.I. Girl (1951) as Set Decoration
The Steel Helmet (1951) as Set Decoration
Americans trapped behind enemy lines fight off Communists during the Korean War.
Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (1950) as Set Decoration
One of Davy Crockett''''s descendants leads a wagon train through perilous territory.
Rocketship X-M (1950) as Set Decoration
Astronauts (Lloyd Bridges, Osa Massen, John Emery, Noah Beery, Jr., and Hugh O'Brien) blast off to explore the moon on. Because of craft malfunction and some fuel calculations, they end up landing on Mars. On Mars, evidence of a once powerful civilization is found. The scientists determinted that an atomic war destroyed most of the Martians (Who suprsingly look like humans). Those that survived reverted to a caveman like existance. 2 of the Astrunauts are killed while on Mars. The remaining 3 Astronauts return to Earth. Unfortunatly, they are killed when lack of fuel causes them to crash on re-entry.
Canon City (1948) as Dec
A convict uses a fake gun to start a full-scale prison escape.
In This Corner (1948) as Dec
Assigned to Danger (1948) as Dec
A gang of bank robbers is pursued by an insurance investigator.
The Spiritualist (1948) as Dec
On the beach one night, Christine Faber, two years a widow, thinks she hears her late husband Paul calling out of the surf...then meets a tall dark man, Alexis, who seems to know all about such things. After more ghostly manifestations, Christine and younger sister Janet become enmeshed in the eerie artifices of Alexis; but he in turn finds himself manipulated into deeper deviltry than he had in mind...
Raw Deal (1948) as Dec
When the gangster for whom he took the rap welches, a convict breaks out of prison to get revenge.
Hollow Triumph (1948) as Dec
A crook on the lam poses as a psychiatrist.
He Walked by Night (1948) as Dec
After killing a cop, a burglar fights to evade the police.
Lost Honeymoon (1947) as Set Decoration
When her best friend dies, a woman takes the orphaned children in search of their father.
Philo Vance's Secret Mission (1947) as Set Decoration
Publisher Martin Jamison (Paul Maxey) sends for Philo Vance (Alan Curtis) as he wants to hire him as a technical advisor on the crime stories he publishes. Paul Morgan (Frank Fenton), Morgan's partner, regards the plan as foolish. Jamison tells his secretary Mona Bannister (Sheila Ryan) to bring Vance to his home that night and he will reveal the solution to the seven-year mystery of the killing of Sam Philips, former partner in the firm. Philips ex-wife (Tala Birell), now a receptionist for the company, is alarmed when she overhears. As Vance and Mona drive up, two shots are heard and Jamison's body is later found in the trunk of Vance's car.
Stallion Road (1947) as Set Decoration
A veterinarian and a novelist compete for the heart of a lady rancher.
Humoresque (1947) as Set Decoration
A classical musician from the slums is sidetracked by his love for a wealthy neurotic.
The Devil on Wheels (1947) as Set Decoration
American-International did not invent the juvenile delinquents-jalopies-reckless driving-hot rodders-build it at home-chicken playing genre of movies. PRC and Monogram started churning them out in the mid-forties as part of their let-this-be-a-lesson-to-you genre, preceded by the zoot-suiter and jitter-buggers films, which was better than the social guidance films teen-agers were being overdosed on at school. PRC did at least use card-carrying members of SAG. This one is a sermon against speeding, and Darryl Hickman has it brought straight home to him when he side-swipes a car and causes a collision in which his best friend is killed---the fate of all best friends in juvenile-theme movies including "Rebel Without a Cause"--- and his mother is injured. Lots of lecturing precedes and follows.
It's a Joke, Son! (1947) as Set Decoration
The first Eagle-Lion film stars Kenny Delmar as Senator Beauregard Claghorn, his "Allen's Alley" resident-character heard on Fred Allen's radio program. Claghorn was a blustery, one-man-Chamber-of-Commerce for all things Southern, who had no tolerence for anything north of the Mason-Dixon line, although he made allowances for South Philly. The character inspired the creation of one of the most popular of the Warners' cartoon characters, Foghorn Leghorn, who re-worked most of the originals material and style. The title of this movie is a stock line- "it's a joke, son"---he would feed a befuddled Fred Allen each week. In the film, Claghorn gets into some financial difficulties and is forced by a machine-political gang to enter a race for state senator against his wife (Una Merkel) who appears to have a good chance to beat the political hack backed by the machine. Claghorn is in to siphon votes and ensure his wife's opponent will win and is expected to run a campaign that will defeat himself and his wife. But, he runs to win and the machine's henchies abduct him.
Born to Speed (1947) as Set Decoration
The Red Stallion (1947) as Set Decoration
Yong Joel Curtis (Ted Donaldson) finds an orphaned colt in the woods, whom he names "Red" and raises and trains him. When he learns that his grandmother (Jane Darwell) is going to have to sell her ranch to pay off the debts, he trains Red, with the help of Andy McBride (Robert Paige), as a race horse with the intention of selling his beloved animal friend in order to pay off his grandmother's debts.
Shadow of a Woman (1946) as Set Decoration
A woman suspects her husband of plotting to kill his son from a previous marriage.
Three Strangers (1946) as Set Decoration
Three people who share a sweepstakes ticket travel a tangled road to collect their winnings.
Hotel Berlin (1945) as Set Decoration
During World War II''''s final days, people with a variety of problems converge on a Berlin hotel.
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945) as Set Decoration
An angel is sent to destroy the earth with a trumpet blast.
Conflict (1945) as Set Decoration
A man murders his wife so he can be free to marry her sister.
Escape in the Desert (1945) as Set Decoration
In this remake of The Petrified Forest, Nazi spies infiltrate a hotel in the American Southwest.
Make Your Own Bed (1944) as Set Decoration
Detectives masquerade as butler and maid to get the goods on a crook.
The Doughgirls (1944) as Set Decoration
Honeymooners in Washington get caught up in wartime crowding, with disastrous results.
Find the Blackmailer (1943) as Set Decoration
A private eye hunts for the talking bird that holds the key to a murder.
Action in the North Atlantic (1943) as Set Decoration
A Merchant Marine crew fights off enemy attacks at the start of World War II.
Busses Roar (1942) as Set Decoration
A saboteur rigs a bomb to destroy a strategic oil field.
Gentleman Jim (1942) as Set Decoration
Fanciful biography of 19th-century boxing champion Jim Corbett.

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