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Virgil E. Miller

Virgil E. Miller

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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Navajo (1952) as Trader

Cinematography (feature film)

2.
I Killed Wild Bill Hickok (1956) as Photography
3.
Unchained (1955) as Director of Photography
Tale about life in a special prison farm in California, where the program is about treating the prisoners with humanity and minimal security to enhance their moral attitudes about paying for their crimes out of their own volition.
4.
Crazylegs (1954) as Director of Photography
Story of the career of Los Angeles Rams football great, Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch.
5.
Miss Robin Crusoe (1953) as Director of Photography
A shipwrecked woman fights to survive on a desert island.
6.
Murder Without Tears (1953) as Director of Photography
7.
Navajo (1952) as Director of Photography
8.
Street Corner (1948) as Cinematographer
9.
The Vigilantes Return (1947) as Director of Photography
10.
The Big Fix (1947) as Director of Photography
Ken Williams (James Brown), a star basketball player on a college team learns that a police lieutenant (Regis Toomey) is the head of a gambling ring attempting to fix basketball games by bribing the players. With the aid of some of his ex-GI buddies, he exposes the gamblers.
11.
Michigan Kid (1947) as Director of Photography
12.
The Red Stallion (1947) as Director of Photography
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.
13.
Sudan (1945) as Director of Photography
Young, lovely Naila becomes queen of the ancient Egyptian kingdom of Khemis when her father is killed in a slave revolt. Continuing her penchant for going incognito among the people, she seeks out rebel leader Herua. But through palace treachery, she herself is captured and enslaved. After various adventures, she finds herself rescued by (and attracted to) the very rebel she was seeking. Will gratitude or revenge win out? Gorgeous scenery and costumes.
14.
The House of Fear (1945) as Director of Photography
15.
The Falcon in San Francisco (1945) as Director of Photography
A society sleuth enlists a little girl's help in nabbing a mob of silk smugglers.
16.
The Mummy's Curse (1945) as Director of Photography
An irrigation project in the rural bayous of Louisiana unearths Kharis the living mummy (Lon Chaney Jr.), who was buried in quicksand 25 years earlier.
17.
The Woman in Green (1945) as Director of Photography
Sherlock Holmes investigates a series of seemingly unrelated murders.
18.
The Pearl of Death (1944) as Director of Photography
Sherlock Holmes investigates the link between a stolen pearl and a series of murders.
19.
Weird Woman (1944) as Director of Photography
While on a South Seas trip, a professor falls in love with marries an exotic native woman. What he doesn't know is that she was raised by superstitious natives who believe her to be some kind of supernatural being.
20.
My Friend Flicka (1943) as Director of Photography
Young Ken McLaughlin has a problem doing anything to please his father. The boy is constantly getting into one sticky situation after another and is also a poor student. To teach him responsibility, Ken's parents give him a colt to take care of. Can he nurse it back to health when it becomes sick, and will he and his father ever bond ?
21.
Calling Dr. Death (1943) as Director of Photography
Losing his memories of the last few days, neurologist Dr. Steele is told that his wife has been brutally murdered. Steele, aware of his conniving wife's infidelity, believes he may have been the killer and enlists the aid of his pretty nurse Stella to hypnotize him into recovering his lost memories.
22.
Right to the Heart (1942) as Director of Photography
23.
Berlin Correspondent (1942) as Director of Photography
American correspondent Bill Roberts (Dana Andrews) is a thorn in the side of the Nazis, as his paper always scoops the world with the truth about Germany. Gestapo Captain Carl Von Rau (Martin Kosleck) means to plug the leak and assigns Karen Hauen (Virginia Gilmore), who he attends to wed, to the case. Roberts is obtaining his information for his stories and broadcasts from an elderly stamp collector who, defiantly opposed to the Nazis, sells the "proper" stamps to Roberts, giving him the information. Attracted to Karen, Roberts invites her to his apartment where she learns his secret. The old philatelist is sent to a concentration camp, and then Karen learns that he is her father (Erwin Kalser). She appeals to Roberts for help and he, in loyality to the old man and now in love with Karen, agrees to help.
24.
Dr. Renault's Secret (1942) as Director of Photography
A young man visits his fiancTe in a remote French villa where her scientist father (George Zucco) resides. There he meets Noel (J. Carrol Naish), Dr. Renault's mysterious assistant, who has a strange attraction to Renault's daughter. Soon he learns Noel's true identity: he is an ape that was turned into a man by Renault's bizarre experiments!
25.
Castle in the Desert (1942) as Director of Photography
Paul Manderley, eccentric historian, and his wife, descendant of the Borgias, live in an isolated castle-like mansion in the Mojave Desert. When a guest suddenly collapses, Charlie Chan is invited to stay. As the standard mystery-mansion props come into play, and all means of outside communication are sabotaged, it becomes evident that one of the inhabitants has access to poisons and is prepared to use them...
26.
Who Is Hope Schuyler? (1942) as Director of Photography
27.
Scotland Yard (1941) as Director of Photography
Inspector Cork pursues a bank robber who serves in the army and receives facial injuries. After plastic surgery he shows up as a bank president planning an enormous robbery.
28.
Private Nurse (1941) as Director of Photography
29.
Man at Large (1941) as Director of Photography
G-Man Bob Grayson (George Reeves) is working hand in hand with a British Intelligence agent to uncover an espionage plot, who is posing as an escaped Nazi agent. Reporter Dallas Davis (Marjorie Weaver) mistakes Grayson for a nazi-sympathizer and manages to mess up the works before she learns the truth. She and Grayson join forces to save the agent.
30.
Ride, Kelly, Ride (1941) as Director of Photography
31.
Small Town Deb (1941) as Director of Photography
Family bickering features young daughter (Withers) favored by her father (Kellaway) and older daughter (Wright) by favored by snobbish mother (Alexander).
32.
Manhattan Heartbeat (1940) as Director of Photography
33.
Charlie Chan in Panama (1940) as Photography
Charlie impersonates an employee of the U.S. government to foil an espionage plot which would destroy part of the Panama Canal, trapping a Navy fleet on its way to the Pacific after maneuvers in the Atlantic.
34.
Murder over New York (1940) as Director of Photography
When Charlie attends a police convention in New York he learns of sabotage slowing down production in aircraft plants. He, of course, enters the case.
35.
Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum (1940) as Director of Photography
A wax museum run by a demented doctor contains statues of such crime figures as Jack the Ripper and Bluebeard the Pirate. In addition to making wax statues the doctor performs plastic surgery. It is here that an arch fiend takes refuge. The museum also houses a statue of Charlie. Frustrated number-two son kicks statue in rear; oops, number-two son wrong in his assumption.
36.
Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise (1940) as Director of Photography
On a cruise ship from Honolulu to San Francisco, the famous Chinese detective encounters four more murders while trying to figure out the murder of a Scotland Yard friend.
37.
The Man Who Wouldn't Talk (1940) as Director of Photography
A man involved in a crime (Nolan) kills his key witness by mistake and resigns himself to death. He changes his name so as not to harm his family. The law is not content with his explanation, however.
38.
Jennie (1940) as Director of Photography
39.
Pier 13 (1940) as Photography
40.
Inside Story (1939) as Photography
41.
Chasing Danger (1939) as Photography
When American newsreel cameraman (Foster) stationed in Paris is sent to cover an Arab rebellion he finds a financier presumed dead but actually fomenting desert warfare.
42.
City in Darkness (1939) as Photography
Chan goes to Paris for a reunion with friends from World War I. There he investigates the murder of a munitions manufacturer who was supplying arms to the enemy. At the end Charlie preaches to us about the dangers of peace conferences.
43.
Charlie Chan in Reno (1939) as Photography
Mary Whitman has gone to Reno to obtain a divorce. While there she is arrested on suspicion of murdering a fellow guest at her hotel (which specializes in divorcers). There are many others at the hotel who wanted the victim out of the way. Charlie comes from his home in Honolulu to solve the murder.
44.
Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (1939) as Photography
A novelist friend of Charlie's appears to have committed suicide. At the international Exposition held on San Francisco Bay's Treasure Island Charlie shows that Zodiac, a phony mystic who blackmails clients, is the culprit.
45.
Mr. Moto's Last Warning (1939) as Photography
A Japanese spy tries to stop secret agents from blowing up the Suez Canal to trigger world war.
46.
The Honeymoon's Over (1939) as Director of Photography
47.
Mr. Moto Takes a Chance (1938) as Photography
Beautiful aviatrix Victoria Mason teams up with Mr. Moto in South East Asia to uncover a murderous village high priest who is trying to overthrow the ruling Rajah Ali.
48.
Mysterious Mr. Moto (1938) as Photography
Mr. Moto has himself imprisoned on Devil's Island so he can help his cellmate (Ames) escape and thereby get the goods on a gang of international killers.
49.
Walking Down Broadway (1938) as Photography
50.
Time Out for Murder (1938) as Photography
A bank runner (Kellard) is accused of killing a woman (Hussey) for whom he deposited a large amount. Reporter (Stuart) and bank official (Stuart) investigate.
51.
Courage of the West (1937) as Cinematographer
Buck Saunders organizes the Free Rangers and captures Al Wilkins and his gang. Buck adopts Wilkins young son Jackie who now, sixteen years later, leads the Rangers. But Wilkins, having escaped the hangman, returns to continue his outlaw ways and father and son unknowingly meet again.
52.
Find the Witness (1937) as Photography
A reporter investigates a series of murders related to a magician's escape act.
53.
Danger - Love at Work (1937) as Photography
A young lawyer is unable to get a family to sign a land sale contract until their daughter falls in love with him.
54.
Thank You, Mr. Moto (1937) as Photography
An Asian detective competes with treasure-hunters for the key to a priceless golden hoard.
55.
Drift Fence (1936) as Photography
Tenderfoot Trask gets rodeo champ Travis to take his place as the new owner of a ranch having trouble with rustlers. To stop the rustling Travis and his men build a drift fence. Out to stop them is Clay Jackson and his men led by Slinger Dunn.
56.
The Garden of Allah (1936) as Director of Photography
A monk deserts his calling to marry a beautiful woman he meets in the Sahara.
57.
The Vagabond Cub (1929) as Director of Photography
58.
The Amazing Vagabond (1929) as Director of Photography
59.
Laughing at Death (1929) as Director of Photography
60.
Come and Get It (1929) as Director of Photography
61.
Pals of the Prairie (1929) as Director of Photography
62.
The Woman I Love (1929) as Director of Photography
63.
The Little Savage (1929) as Director of Photography
64.
Stocks and Blondes (1928) as Director of Photography
65.
Finders Keepers (1928) as Director of Photography
66.
Headin' for Danger (1928) as Director of Photography
67.
The Count of Ten (1928) as Director of Photography
Boxer Johnny McKinney has come along to the point where he is ready to fight for the championship. His new bride, Betty, asks Johnny for $5,000. Johnny thinks the money is for her, but in reality it is to pay off her brother's gambling debts. In any event, Johnny doesn't have the money, and when his manager refuses to lend it to him, Johnny breaks up with him. Just as the big fight is coming up, Johnny breaks his hand. But in hopes of winning the money his wife needs, Johnny goes into the ring anyway. But surprises await him, inside the ring and out.
68.
Captain Careless (1928) as Director of Photography
69.
Gang War (1928) as Director of Photography
70.
The Two Outlaws (1928) as Director of Photography
71.
Sally's Shoulders (1928) as Director of Photography
72.
Alex the Great (1928) as Camera
73.
Guardians of the Wild (1928) as Director of Photography
74.
Young Whirlwind (1928) as Director of Photography
75.
The Gay Old Bird (1927) as Director of Photography
76.
Finger Prints (1927) as Camera
77.
Irish Hearts (1927) as Camera
78.
Under Western Skies (1926) as Director of Photography
79.
The Runaway Express (1926) as Director of Photography
80.
The Flaming Frontier (1926) as Director of Photography
81.
Broken Hearts of Hollywood (1926) as Camera
82.
Private Izzy Murphy (1926) as Camera
83.
The Saddle Hawk (1925) as Director of Photography
84.
The Phantom of the Opera (1925) as Director of Photography
In this silent film, a hideously deformed man haunts the sewers beneath the Paris Opera.
85.
Lorraine of the Lions (1925) as Director of Photography
86.
Let 'Er Buck (1925) as Director of Photography
87.
The Hurricane Kid (1925) as Director of Photography
88.
Broadway or Bust (1924) as Director of Photography
89.
Hook And Ladder (1924) as Director of Photography
90.
The Ridin' Kid From Powder River (1924) as Director of Photography
91.
40-Horse Hawkins (1924) as Director of Photography
92.
The Sawdust Trail (1924) as Director of Photography
93.
Hit and Run (1924) as Director of Photography
94.
Ride for Your Life (1924) as Director of Photography
95.
The Scarlet Car (1923) as Director of Photography
96.
Out of Luck (1923) as Director of Photography
97.
Nobody's Bride (1923) as Director of Photography
98.
The Thrill Chaser (1923) as Director of Photography
99.
The Flame of Life (1923) as Director of Photography
100.
The Ramblin' Kid (1923) as Director of Photography
101.
Single Handed (1923) as Director of Photography
102.
Shootin' for Love (1923) as Director of Photography
103.
Blinky (1923) as Director of Photography
104.
Kindled Courage (1923) as Director of Photography
105.
The Gentleman From America (1923) as Director of Photography
106.
The Black Bag (1922) as Director of Photography
107.
The Trap (1922) as Director of Photography
108.
The Lone Hand (1922) as Director of Photography
109.
Don't Shoot (1922) as Director of Photography
110.
The Man Under Cover (1922) as Director of Photography
111.
The Scrapper (1922) as Director of Photography
112.
Ridin' Wild (1922) as Director of Photography
113.
Colorado (1921) as Director of Photography
114.
Cheated Hearts (1921) as Director of Photography
115.
Sure Fire (1921) as Director of Photography
Un povero diavolo F derubato dall'amante della moglie e crede sia stato un tale Jeff. Nel frattempo alcuni banditi uccidono il ladro e gli rubano il denaro. Jeff lo recupera e lo restituisce al legittimo proprietario, che non verra mai a sapere dell'amante della propria moglie.
116.
Red Courage (1921) as Director of Photography
117.
The Big Adventure (1921) as Director of Photography
118.
Luring Lips (1921) as Director of Photography
119.
Pink Tights (1920) as Camera
120.
Two Kinds of Love (1920) as Camera
121.
The Silent Barrier (1920) as Camera
122.
The Guilt of Silence (1918) as Camera
123.
The Flash of Fate (1918) as Camera
124.
The Eagle (1918) as Camera
125.
Smashing Through (1918) as Camera
126.
Winner Takes All (1918) as Camera
127.
Brace Up (1918) as Camera
128.
A Stormy Knight (1917) as Camera
129.
The Man Trap (1917) as Camera

Visual Effects (feature film)

130.
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936) as Special Effects
An American orphan discovers he is heir to a British title.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

131.
Runaway Empress, The (1926) as Photography

Cinematography (short)

132.
To the Coast of Devon (1950)
This short film focuses on the history, culture, and people of Bath, England.
133.
Roaming Through Michigan (1950)
This short film focuses on the history, culture, and landscape of Michigan.
134.
The Land of Auld Lang Syne (1950)
This short film focuses on the history, culture, and people of Edinburgh and the surrounding areas.
135.
Pastoral Panoramas (1950)
This short film takes the viewer to the beautiful English countryside.
136.
Life on the Thames (1950)
In this short film, the viewer is given the history and contribution of London's Thames River.
137.
Land of Tradition (1950)
This short film focuses on the history, contributions, and traditions of Great Britain.
138.
Calling on Michigan (1949)
This travel short focuses on the history, culture, and people of Michigan.
139.
WEE BIT OF SCOTLAND, A (1949)
This short film focuses on the history, culture, and people of Scotland.
140.
Playlands of Michigan (1949)
This travel short takes the viewer to several popular vacation spots in Michigan.
141.
ROAMING THROUGH NORTHERN IRELAND (1949)
This short film focuses on the history, culture, and people of Northern Ireland.
142.
From Liverpool to Stratford (1949)
This short film focuses on the history, culture, and people of Liverpool and Stratford.
143.
Glimpses of Old England (1949)
This short film focuses on the sights and culture that define "Old England."
144.
Scholastic England (1948)
This short film focuses on the history of England's historic colleges and the towns that surround the campuses.
145.
WANDERING THROUGH WALES (1948)
This short film focuses on the history, culture, and people of Wales.
146.
Chicago, the Beautiful (1948)
This short film focuses on the history, culture, and people of Chicago.
147.
Night Life in Chicago (1948)
This short film offers high-lights of Chicago's night life.
148.
Cape Breton Island (1948)
This short film focuses on the history, land, and people of Cape Breton island.
149.
Glimpses of New Scotland (1947)
This short film takes the viewer to the eastern coast of Canada.
150.
On the Shores of Nova Scotia (1947)
This short film focuses on the history, land, and people of Nova Scotia.
151.
Looking at London (1946)
A colorful travelogue of London's most historic buildings and the residual damage still left from WWII.
152.
Over the Seas to Belfast (1946)
This short film takes the viewer to Belfast, Northern Ireland.
153.
Visiting St. Louis (1944)
This short film explores the history, people, and culture of St. Louis, Missouri.
154.
Colorful Colorado (1944)
This short film focuses on the sights and sounds of Colorado.
155.
Trial by Trigger (1944)
A logger must save his stand of redwoods from being bought by an unscrupulous logging company owner in this short film. Vitaphone Release 1234A.
156.
Mackinac Island (1944)
This short films takes the viewer to Mackinac Island in Lake Michigan.
157.
Salt Lake Diversions (1943)
This short film takes the viewer to several vacation spots and various other sights around Utah's Salt Lake City.
158.
Through the Colorado Rockies (1943)
This short film takes the viewer across the mountains of Colorado.

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