BOOKS Double Exposure:  A Gallery of the Celebrated with Commentary by the Equally Celebrated
compiled and photographed by Roddy McDowall
Delacorte Press, New York
©1966 - 251 pages

Double Exposure Take Two
compiled and photographed by Roddy McDowall
William Morrow and Company, New York
©1989 - 272 pages

Double Exposure
Reprinted by William Morrow and Company, New York

Double Exposure Take Three
compiled and photographed by Roddy McDowall
William Morrow and Company, New York
©1992 - 256 pages

Double Exposure Take Four
compiled and photographed by Roddy McDowall
William Morrow and Company, New York
©1993 - 256 pages

His Double Exposure books benefited the Motion Picture and Television Fund

GALLERY EXHIBITS & LECTURES Art Boutique Gallery, Denver, Colorado

Nikon House Gallery, New York
October 5 - 23, 1993

Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, Virginia
February 23, 1994
Lecture and photograph presentation

An Afternoon/Evening with Roddy McDowall
Lectures and photograph presentations from January 16 to 22, 1998 at:
• Polk Theater, Lakeland, FL
• South Florida Community College, Avon Park, FL
• Maxwell King Center, Melbourne, FL
• Kings Point Theater, Sun City Center, FL
• Wilson Center for the Arts, Jacksonville, FL
• Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, Sarasota, FL
• Richard B. Baumgardner Center, Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, FL

Double Exposure Take Five: A Tribute to Roddy McDowall
Benefit presented by St. John and Vanity Fair on October 20, 1999 at Sothebys, Beverly Hills.  Auction of celebrity photographs by Roddy McDowall (and of McDowall by Elizabeth Taylor) raised more than $200,000 for the Motion Picture & Television Fund.

MY HOLLYWOOD FRIENDS: Photographs from the Estate of Roddy McDowall
A Special Exhibition Benefiting Q-Spirit
June 13 - July 1, 2001
Thomas Reynolds Gallery
2291 Pine @ Fillmore, San Francisco, CA 94115
Presented simultaneously online at

BOOK COVERS, DUST JACKETS & INSIDE PHOTOGRAPHS The American Shakespeare Festival: The Birth of a Theatre
by John Houseman and Jack Landau
Simon and Schuster, Inc., New York, NY ©1959

The Prison Life of Harris Filmore
by Jack Richardson

U.S. Camera Annual 1964
edited by Tom Maloney
U.S. Camera Publishing Corp., New York, NY ©1963
Portfolio and essay: On the Set of "Cleopatra"

Elizabeth Taylor: an Informal Memoir
by Elizabeth Taylor
Harper & Row, New York ©1964, 1965

"Othello" William Shakespeare, The National Theatre Production
with Lord Snowdon & Angus McBean
Ruper Hart-Davis Ltd., London ©1966

The Boys in the Band
by Mart Crowley
Farrar, Strus & Giroux, ©1968

The Unimportance of Being Oscar
by Oscar Levant
G.P. Putnam's Sons, NY ©1968

Come Back If It Doesn't Get Better
by Penelope Gilliatt
Random House, New York ©1969

Life Library of Photography: The Studio
by Time-Life Books
Time-Life Books, Alexandria, VA ©1971

Broadway and Hollywood: Costumes Designed by Irene Sharaff
by Irene Sharaff
Van Nostrand, New York ©1976

Mortal Matters
by Penelope Gilliatt
Macmillan, London ©1983

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star (but don't have sex or take the car)
by Dick Moore
Harper & Row, New York ©1984

Elizabeth Takes Off On Weight Gain, Weight Loss, Self-image, and Self-esteem
by Elizabeth Taylor
G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York ©1987

Scary Kisses
by Brad Gooch
G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York ©1988

Olivier at Work
Compiled by the Royal National Theatre
With Richard Olivier and Joan Plowright
Routledge/Theatre Arts Books, New York ©1989

Life Wish & Life Lines
by Jill Ireland
Dove Audio, Inc., California ©1990

Deadly Illusions: Jean Harlow and the Murder of Paul Bern
by Samuel Marx and Joyce Vanderveen
Random House, New York ©1990

Lettice & Lovage- A Comedy by Peter Shaffer
by Peter Shaffer
Harper & Row, New York ©1990

Calman at the Movies
by Mel Calman
The Bodley Head Ltd, London ©1990

How Green Was My Valley: The Screenplay for the John Ford Directed Film
by Philip Dunne
Santa Teresa Press, California ©1991

Showman : The Life of David O. Selznick
by David Thomson
Alfred A. Knopf, New York ©1992
Photograph of David O. Selznick with daughter Mary

Naked: Flowers Exposed
by Walter Hubert
Lark Books, NC ©1997

Double Exposure
by Stephen Collins
William Morrow & Co., ©1998

Vincent Price: A Daughter's Biography
by Victoria Price
St Martins Press, Inc., New York ©1999

'Tis Herself: A Memoir
by Maureen O'Hara with John Nicoletti
Simon & Schuster, ©2004

Lillian Hellman, Muriel Resnik, Peter Shaffer, June Havoc, "Inside Daisy Clover", Laura V. Hobson, Leslie Blanche, Sidney Sheldon, Harlan Ellison, Kenneth Tynan, Terrence McNally

RECORD ALBUMS Laurence Olivier in Othello
National Theatre of Great Britain
RCA Victor, 1964

Without You
Robert Goulet
Columbia, 1964

The Third Album
Barbra Streisand
Sony, 1964 or 1993

Judy Garland Sings Lionel Bart's Maggie May
Judy Garland
Capitol/EMI Records, 1964

The Sweetheart Tree
Johnny Mathis
Global Records Production, 1965

Jordan Christopher Has the Knack
Jordan Christopher
United Artists, 1966?

M.G.M. Album
Michael Feinstein
WEA/Elektra Entertainment, 1989

Just For The Record
Barbra Streisand
Sony, 1991

Different Stages
Sam Harris
1993 (CD)


POSTERS 1960 - Judy Holliday in "Laurette"

Lauren Bacall

Igor Stravinsky

"Shooting Star"
May 1959

"People Are Talking About . . . Judy Holliday"
October 1, 1960

Paris Match
Cover photo of Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra
April 14, 1962

Photographs of Elizabeth Taylor during the filming of Cleopatra
January 1963 and December 1965

"There'll Always Be an Encore" Part I &Part II (Judy Garland)
January/February 1964

TV Radio Mirror
Six covers featured Judy Garland, Dick Chamberlain, Donna Reed, Red Skelton, Danny Kaye, and Shirley Booth.
February 1964

"A Dwarf's Full-Size Success" (Michael Dunn)
February 14, 1964
See also

TV Radio Mirror
Judy Garland: Who Am I?
March 1964

This Week
Natalie Wood
March 19, 1964

"Shakespeare at 400-Part II    The Great Sir Laurence"
(Laurence Olivier)

May 1, 1964

TV Radio Mirror
Shirley Booth: Who Am I?
June 1964

"Elizabeth Taylor Speaks Out"
December 18, 1964

Ladies Home Journal
"Elizabeth Taylor ... Elizabeth Taylor"
November 1965

Harper's Bazaar
Contributing Editor, March 1966 - December 1967
Photographs featured in:
"Bright Young Lights" (Jane Fonda/Peter Mann/Jill Haworth/Tony Perkins/Sal Mineo/Susan Strasberg/John Valva), June 1963
"Shaffer's Black Comedy" (Peter Shaffer/Maggie Smith), August 1966
• Henry Fonda, November 1966
"Double Exposure" (Dirk Bogarde/Charlie Chaplin), July 1967
"Keep the Uglies in the Attic" (Phyllis Diller), August 1967
"Actors as Citizens" (Danny Kaye/Robert Ryan), September 1967
• Tommy Steele, October 1968

Featuring photographs from the first Double Exposure book
October 1966

Photography Annual
Photograph of Jonathan Winters

"Chaplin's Anatomy of Comedy" (Charlie Chaplin)
March 10, 1967

"Katharine Hepburn & Spencer Tracy: A Last Visit With Two Undimmed Stars"
July 11, 1967

"Mae West"
April 18, 1969

Cover photo of Judy Garland
November 1969

"Carol Burnett's Own Story"
February 1978

Architectural Digest
Editor-At-Large, January 1988 - February 1989
"Architectural Digest Visits: Barbara Walters and Merv Adelson", October 1988
"Architectural Digest Visits: Joan Rivers", February 1989

Good Housekeeping
"Double Exposure" (Take II)
November 1989

Contributing Editor, October 1989 - 1990
"Tim Burton and Vincent Price", December 1990

Photographs and interview in "Lynn and Vanessa Redgraves"
February 1991

Photograph and interview in "Sitting Pretty: After a Twenty-year Absence, Actress Maureen O'Hara Returns to the Silver Screen"
July 1991

"Time Stands Still" (Elizabeth Taylor)
March 1992

People Weekly
Cover photograph of Elizabeth Taylor
May 4, 1992

Good Housekeeping
"Double Exposure, Take III"
November 1992

Good Housekeeping
"Double Exposure, Take Four"
November 1993

Contributing Editor, 1997
"Elizabeth Taylor Tells the Truth", November 1997

People Weekly
"Gallery:   Brush With Fame"
Commentary and photographs of celebrities posing against murals of movie legends camouflaging a construction at the Warner Bros. studio in Burbank, California
February 9, 1998

Architectural Digest
Photograph of Danny Kaye
November 2001

Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, Stern, Glamour, Saturday Review, Business Week

ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS Motion Picture and Television Fund

FILM & TV Generation
Avco Embassy Pictures, 1969
Photography display of the character portrayed by Peter Deuel attributed to Roddy McDowall

To Catch A Thief
an HBO Production, 1983
Unit Photographer

Starring Natalie Wood
a PBS documentary, July 9, 1988
Some photographs of Natalie Wood credited to Roddy McDowall's private collection

Quantum Leap
Episode: "M. I. A."
a Bellisarius Production, May 20, 1992
Photograph of young Dean Stockwell courtesy of Roddy McDowall

The Lassie Dog Training System
50th Anniversary Collector's Edition, 1994
Photographs on outer box cover and booklets taken by Roddy McDowall

Louise Brooks: Looking for Lulu
a TCM documentary, May 5, 1998
Some photographs of Louise Brooks attributed to Roddy McDowall

People Profiles: Elizabeth Taylor
CNN, June 8, 1999
Photographs provided by, among others, the Roddy McDowall Estate

The Dick Van Dyke Show - Season 4 DVD Boxed Set
Release date: April 27, 2004
Bonus materials include a "Roddy McDowall Photo Gallery"

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