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Hal Mohr

Hal Mohr

  • Lady With a Past (1932) October 15 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Also Known As: Died: May 10, 1974
Born: August 2, 1894 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: Cinematography ...


Director (feature film)

When Love Is Young (1937) as Director

Cast (feature film)

Man You Loved To Hate, The (1979)
This documentary takes an in depth look at Director Erich von Stroheim's life an career.

Cinematography (feature film)

Topaz (1969) as Photog cons
A French agent is sent to Cuba to spy for the CIA.
The Bamboo Saucer (1968) as Director of Photography
A flying saucer hidden in a Red Chinese peasant village is sought by teams from the United States and U.S.S.R. On finding it, they band together to explore the saucer and take a trip into space.
The Man From the Diners' Club (1963) as Director of Photography
A gangster tries to use a Diner's Club clerk as the fall guy in a scheme to fake his own death and escape his police problems.
The Creation of the Humanoids (1962) as Director of Photography
The survivors of a nuclear holocaust fuse man with machine, creating cyborgs to assist in the rebuilding of civilization. However, the blue-skinned androids rebel against their masters and go to war with the remnants of humanity.
Underworld U. S. A. (1961) as Director of Photography
A bitter young man sets out to get back at the gangsters who murdered his father.
The Last Voyage (1960) as Director of Photography
Passengers and crew fight to escape a sinking ocean liner.
The Lineup (1958) as Director of Photography
A pair of hit men track down a heroin shipment while the police get closer.
The Gun Runners (1958) as Director of Photography
A charter boat captain runs guns during the Cuban revolution.
Baby Face Nelson (1957) as Director of Photography
George "Babyface" Nelson becomes one of the most important gangsters of 1920s Chicago by making brutal robberies. In order to compete with Al Capone he allies himself with John Dillinger...
The Boss (1956) as Director of Photography
A crusading politician falls prey to the temptations of power.
The Wild One (1954) as Director of Photography
Motorcycle-riding delinquents take over a small town.
Jamboree (1954) as Camera
A singing couple become overnight sensations.
The Member of the Wedding (1953) as Director of Photography
When her brother marries, a 12-year-old girl faces the awkward pains of adolescence.
The Four Poster (1953) as Director of Photography
Rancho Notorious (1952) as Director of Photography
A cowboy infiltrates a bandit hideout in search of his girlfriend's killer.
Of Men and Music (1951) as Cinematographer
The Big Night (1951) as Director of Photography
An emotional teenager takes on the mob when gangsters beat up his father.
Woman on the Run (1950) as Director of Photography
Frank Johnson (Ross Elliott), sole witness to a gangland murder, goes into hiding and is trailed by Police Inspector Ferris (Robert Keith), on the theory that Frank is trying to escape from possible retaliation. Frank's wife, Eleanor (Ann Sheridan), suspects he is actually running away from their unsuccessful marriage. Aided by a newspaperman, Danny Leggett (Dennis O'Keefe), Eleanor sets out to locate her husband. The killer is also looking for him, and keeps close tabs on Eleanor.
Johnny Holiday (1950) as Director of Photography
The Second Woman (1950) as Director of Photography
In flashback from a 'Rebecca'-style beginning: Ellen Foster, visiting her aunt on the California coast, meets neighbor Jeff Cohalan and his ultramodern clifftop house. Ellen is strongly attracted to Jeff, who's being plagued by unexplainable accidents, major and minor. Bad luck, persecution...or paranoia? Warned that Jeff could be dangerous, Ellen fears that he's in danger, as the menacing atmosphere darkens.
Another Part of the Forest (1948) as Director of Photography
Fifteen years after the Civil War the people of Bowden, Alabama still hate Marcus Hubbard for wartime profiteering. He's also at odds with wife Lavinia and his sons, conniving Ben and weak Oscar; but beautiful daughter Regina gets all she wants from him. Conflicts intensify when Regina gets involved with John Bagtry, scion of the old gentry, and Oscar with the Ku Klux Klan; on a stormy night, family relationships unravel.
An Act of Murder (1948) as Director of Photography
When a judge learns his wife has terminal brain cancer, he begins to consider mercy-killing.
Pirates of Monterey (1947) as Director of Photography
I'll Be Yours (1947) as Director of Photography
The Lost Moment (1947) as Director of Photography
In a long flashback, a New York publisher is in Venice pursuing the lost love letters of an early-19th-century poet, Jeffrey Ashton, who disappeared mysteriously. Using a false name, Lewis Venable rents a room from Juliana Bordereau, once Jeffrey Ashton's lover, now an aged recluse. Running the household is Juliana's severe niece, Tina, who mistrusts Venable from the first moment. He realizes all is not right when late one night he finds Tina, her hair unpinned and wild, at the piano. She calls him Jeffrey and throws herself at him. The family priest warns Venable to tread carefully around her fantasies, but he wants the letters at any cost, even Tina's sanity.
Song of Scheherazade (1947) as Director of Photography
In 1865, the cadets of a Russian Naval Academy ship have shore leave in Morocco; among them is (fictionalized) future composer 'Nicky' Rimsky-Korsakov. In search of a piano, Nicky and singing ship's doctor Klin meet a family of once-wealthy Spanish colonists...and their daughter Cara who secretly dances in a cabaret. Romantic complications ensue, but Nicky seems less interested in Cara's favors than in inspirations for his future masterpieces.
Because of Him (1946) as Director of Photography
A beautiful young woman, an aspiring actress, trick a famous stage star into signing a letter recommending her talents to a producer friend, with amusing results.
A Night in Paradise (1946) as Director of Photography
Aesop takes a break from spinning fables to help a king and fall in love.
Her Lucky Night (1945) as Director of Photography
Shady Lady (1945) as Director of Photography
Salome, Where She Danced (1945) as Director of Photography
This Is the Life (1944) as Director of Photography
18-year-old Angela (Susanna Foster), reared in a New England town by her Aunt Betsy (Dorothy Peterson), receives an inheritance which she uses to go to New York, ostensibly for voice training, but she is pursuing Major Hilary Jarret (Patric Knowles), an Army surgeon with whom she has become infatuated. Her departure depresses her childhood friend Jimmy Plum (Donald O'Connor.) Dr. Plum (Jonathan Hale) devises an errand on which to send his love-sick son to New York, where Jimmy discovers Angela thinks she is Jarret's fiancee. Jimmy also renews acquaintances with a group of show people, including Sally McGuire (Peggy Ryan), who attempts to console him. Jimmy meets Jarret's divorced wife, Harriet (Louise Allbritton), famed photographer. Jimmy engineers a meeting of Jarret and Harriet with Angela present, which forms the beginning of an understanding that Jarret is not for her. Jimmy is inducted into the Army.
The Climax (1944) as Director of Photography
Dr. Hohner (Karloff), theatre physician at the Vienna Royal Theatre, murders his mistress, the star soprano when his jealousy drives him to the point of mad obsession. Ten years later, another young singer (Foster) reminds Hohner of the late diva, and his old mania kicks in. Hohner wants to prevent her from singing for anyone but him, even if it means silencing her forever. The singer's fiancTe (Bey) rushes to save her in the film's climax.
Enter Arsene Lupin (1944) as Director of Photography
Ladies Courageous (1944) as Director of Photography
Follow the Boys (1944) as Dir of photog of Delta Rhythm Boys seq
San Diego, I Love You (1944) as Director of Photography
My Gal Loves Music (1944) as Director of Photography
Phantom of the Opera (1943) as Director of Photography
Pit violinist Claudin hopelessly loves rising operatic soprano Christine Dubois (as do baritone Anatole and police inspector Raoul) and secretly aids her career. But Claudin loses both his touch and his job, murders a rascally music publisher in a fit of madness, and has his face etched with acid. Soon, mysterious crimes plague the Paris Opera House, blamed on a legendary "phantom" whom none can find in the mazes and catacombs. But both of Christine's lovers have plans to ferret him out.
Watch on the Rhine (1943) as Director of Photography
Nazi agents pursue a German freedom-fighter and his family to Washington.
Top Man (1943) as Director of Photography
Twin Beds (1942) as Director of Photography
Lady in a Jam (1942) as Director of Photography
Cheers for Miss Bishop (1941) as Director of Photography
On her retirement, students wonder why their favorite teacher never married.
International Lady (1941) as Director of Photography
Pot O' Gold (1941) as Director of Photography
A young man is caught between his music-hating uncle and a pretty girl from a family of musicians.
When the Daltons Rode (1940) as Photography
Young lawyer Tod Jackson arrives in pioneer Kansas to visit his prosperous rancher friends the Daltons, just as the latter are in danger of losing their land to a crooked development company. When Tod tries to help them, a faked murder charge turns the Daltons into outlaws, but more victims than villains in this fictionalized version. Will Tod stay loyal to his friends despite falling in love with Bob Dalton's former fiancTe Julie?
Back Door to Heaven (1939) as Camera
Destry Rides Again (1939) as Director of Photography
A deputy who's sworn not to shoot again takes on a corrupt town boss and a sultry saloon singer.
Rio (1939) as Director of Photography
The Underpup (1939) as Director of Photography
I Met My Love Again (1938) as Director of Photography
The marriage plans of two college sweethearts go amiss when the girlfriend meets a writer and runs off to marry him.
Top of the Town (1937) as Director of Photography
Bullets or Ballots (1936) as Photography
A cop goes undercover to crack an influential crime ring.
The Walking Dead (1936) as Photography
A framed man comes back from the dead to seek revenge.
The Green Pastures (1936) as Photography
God tests the human race in this reenactment of Bible stories set in the world of black American folklore.
Ladies in Love (1936) as Photography
Three working girls in Budapest pool their resources to get a better apartment and impress their dates. One dates a nobleman and, learning of her rejection by him, considers poison. Another drinks the poison by mistake and lands a physician for herself. The third marries a businessman. The first girl gets a shop of her own.
Under Pressure (1935) as Photography
Captain Blood (1935) as Photography
After being unjustly sentenced to prison, a doctor escapes and becomes a notorious pirate.
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935) as Photography
Shakespeare's classic about two pairs of lovers and an amateur actor who get mixed up with fairies.
The County Chairman (1935) as Photography
Servants' Entrance (1934) as Photography
Carolina (1934) as Photography
David Harum (1934) as Photography
Rogers plays a small town banker in the 1890s whose chief rival is the deacon (Middleton) with whom he has traded horse flesh. Taylor is a bank teller who places a winning $4,500 bet on a 10-1 harness racing horse, making him Rogers' bank partner.
Change of Heart (1934) as Photography
Janet Gaynor and James Dunn and their close friends Charles Farrell and Ginger Rogers graduate from a West Coast college and fly to New York City to find work.
Charlie Chan's Courage (1934) as Photography
Charlie is hired to deliver a pearl necklace to a millionaire at his ranch. When murder intervenes he disguises himself as a Chinese servant and begins sleuthing.
The Devil's in Love (1933) as Photography
I Loved You Wednesday (1933) as Camera
The Warrior's Husband (1933) as Photography
As Husbands Go (1933) as Photography
The Worst Woman in Paris? (1933) as Photography
State Fair (1933) as Photography
The children of Iowa farmers find love, with mixed results, at the state fair.
Week Ends Only (1932) as Photography
Tess of the Storm Country (1932) as Photography
Lady with a Past (1932) as Photography
A good girl raises her popularity when she pretends to be bad.
A Woman Commands (1932) as Photography
The First Year (1932) as Photography
The Cohens and Kellys in Africa (1931) as Cinematographer
A Woman of Experience (1931) as Photography
A female con artist uses her skills against German spies.
Devotion (1931) as Photography
The dutiful daughter of a London family falls for a barrister and works her way into his family.
The Common Law (1931) as Photography
A kept woman gives up luxury to move in with a struggling artist.
Free Love (1931) as Camera
The Big Gamble (1931) as Photography
A gambler fakes his death so he can pay off his creditors with the insurance money.
King of Jazz (1930) as Cinematographer
This revue presents its numbers around the orchestra leader Paul Whiteman, besides that it shows in it's final number that the European popular music are the roots of American popular music, called Jazz.
Outward Bound (1930) as Director of Photography
Passengers on a fog-shrouded ship learn that they are lost souls on the way to heaven or hell.
Big Boy (1930) as Director of Photography
A black jockey comes from behind to win the big race.
The Czar of Broadway (1930) as Director of Photography
Captain of the Guard (1930) as Director of Photography
The Cat Creeps (1930) as Director of Photography
Broadway (1929) as Director of Photography
Shanghai Lady (1929) as Director of Photography
The Last Warning (1929) as Director of Photography
A producer decides to reopen a theater, that had been closed five years previously when one of the actors was murdered during a performance, by staging a production of the same play with the remaining members of the original cast.
The Last Performance (1929) as Director of Photography
Noah's Ark (1929) as Director of Photography
An American playboy's discovery of honor and courage during World War I parallels the biblical story of the flood.
Glorious Betsy (1928) as Camera
Tenderloin (1928) as Director of Photography
The Wedding March (1928) as Director of Photography
Prince Nikki, Lieutenant of the Guard in pre WWI Vienna, is flat broke, but the only advice he gets from his parents is either to shoot himself or to marry money. During the Chorpus Christi parade his horse accidentaly hurts poor Mitzi, the daughter of inn-keepers in a Viennese suburb, who is, according to the wishes of her parents, going to marry the butcher Schani. When Nikki visits her at the hospital, they fall in love, much to the dislike of her parents and Schani. Nikki's parents, meanwhile have arranged a prospective marriage with Cecilia, the limping daughter of a very rich non-aristocratic industrial. Due to the fact, that Nikki's father is a general in the Austrian-Hungarian Army, resitance is useless. When Mitzi, after hearing of it, is still refusing Schani's proposal, he vowes to shoot Nikki when he leaves the church.
Bitter Apples (1927) as Camera
The Jazz Singer (1927) as Director of Photography
A cantor's son breaks with family tradition to go into show business.
The Girl From Chicago (1927) as Director of Photography
Old San Francisco (1927) as Director of Photography
In this silent film, an Asian villain menaces a family of aristocratic Spanish settlers.
A Million Bid (1927) as Camera
The Heart of Maryland (1927) as Camera
Slightly Used (1927) as Camera
The Third Degree (1926) as Camera
The Marriage Clause (1926) as Director of Photography
The High Hand (1926) as Director of Photography
Sparrows (1926) as Director of Photography
In this silent film, the oldest of a band of orphans watches over them while they are being used as slaves.
Little Annie Rooney (1925) as Director of Photography
In this silent film, two children of the streets set out to avenge their father's murder.
The Monster (1925) as Director of Photography
In this silent film, a mad scientist engineers car wrecks so he can experiment on the survivors.
Playing With Souls (1925) as Director of Photography
He Who Laughs Last (1925) as Director of Photography
Vanity's Price (1924) as Director of Photography
A Woman Who Sinned (1924) as Director of Photography
Bag and Baggage (1923) as Director of Photography
The Unfoldment (1922) as Director of Photography
Watch Him Step (1922) as Director of Photography
The Deceiver (1920) as Camera
The Golden Trail (1920) as Camera
Restitution (1918) as Camera

Director (short)

Big Idea, The (1918)
A rare Harold Lloyd comedic short.

Cinematography (short)

Big Idea, The (1918)
A rare Harold Lloyd comedic short.

Writer (short)

Big Idea, The (1918)
A rare Harold Lloyd comedic short.

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