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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
RATE AND COMMENT

COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
The Burglar (1957) as Director of Photography
A band of crooks robs a spiritualist.
2.
That Man from Tangier (1953) as Director of Photography
3.
St. Benny the Dip (1951) as Director of Photography
Three con men masquerading as priests end up taking the charade seriously.
4.
Cry Murder (1950) as Director of Photography
5.
Sarumba (1950) as Photography
6.
So Young, So Bad (1950) as Director of Photography
A crusading psychiatrist tries to help troubled reform school girls.
7.
Project X (1949) as Director of Photography
8.
Jigsaw (1949) as Director of Photography
9.
Miracle in Harlem (1948) as Director of Photography
A young woman is suspected of killing the business magnate who swindled her.
10.
Junction 88 (1948) as Camera
A young musician fights to win the approval of his sweetheart's father.
11.
Reet, Petite and Gone (1947) as Director of Photography
12.
Citizen Saint (1947) as Director of Photography
13.
Jivin' in Be-Bop (1947) as Photography
14.
Hi De Ho (1947) as Director of Photography
Cab Calloway plays himself in a plot about jealousy, night clubs, and gangsters.
15.
The Road to Hollywood (1947) as Addl photog
16.
Beware (1946) as Photography
Ware College is a small Black college in Ware, Ohio. Once prominent, it is now low in attendance, low in enrollment and low on money; and at a meeting with instructors Drury and Annabelle Brown, Dean Hargreaves reveals that CEO Benjamin Ware III, grandson of the college's founder, claims the estate of his late grandfather is now also destitute, which they believe is untrue and a result of Annabelle's having spurned his affections. They decide to appeal to their famous alumni for financial help thru a reunion, and invitations are sent. Many could help; but surely not Lucius Jordan, a timid lad who loved Annabelle too but dropped out under pressure from Ware. What they don't know is, he's now Louis Jordan, king of swing and leader of the Tympani Band. By accident, Jordan and his band's train is sidelined in Ware for repairs and when he learns of the college's plight, he agrees to pitch in. Though the stuffy faculty are unaware of his reputation, the kids are, and class attendance soars with Jordan's presence in the classroom. Flames of romance with Annabelle are rekindled. But things start looking bleak: other alumni are all declining to help, and Ware has found out about the fundraising scheme and orders the Dean to resign immediately... The plot serves as a structure for about a dozen swing numbers by Jordan's group, with dancing by the Aristo-Genes Girls' Club.
17.
That Man of Mine (1946) as Director of Photography
18.
Overture to Glory (1940) as Photography
19.
The Jewish Melody (1940) as Photography
20.
Eli Eli (1940) as Photography
21.
The Great Advisor (1940) as Photography
22.
Her Second Mother (1940) as Photography
23.
Paradise in Harlem (1940) as Cinematographer
24.
Kol Nidre (1939) as Photography
25.
Motel the Operator (1939) as Photography
26.
The Shadow Laughs (1933) as Photography
27.
Victims of Persecution (1933) as Photography
28.
Big Town (1932) as Photography

Cinematography (short)

29.
Rosie (1960)
This short pilot to a TV sitcom focuses on an eerie-looking talking dog that befriends a boy.

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