Carl Carter is a professional photographer who once worked as a grip in movies filmed in New York City. The job of the grip is to install the tracks upon which cameras are mounted and also performs other manual labor as needed on a movie set. Carl was hired many times by both Woody Allen and Sidney Lumet, directors and movie makers who filmed most of their movies in New York City. Allen and Lumet made movies that were very different. Allen is famous for light, romantic comedies, such as Annie Hall, Bullets over Broadway and Everybody says I Love You. Sidney Lumet’s movies are much darker and more dramatic. Among his most famous works are Twelve Angry Men, Dog Day Afternoon and Serpico.
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Mills, L.; McDowelle, James; and Rouse, William Jr.
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