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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Young Winston (1972) as Gaffer
The young Winston Churchill overcomes a bad family life and early military mistakes to launch his political career.
2.
Rock, Pretty Baby (1957) as Director of Photography
3.
The Night Runner (1957) as Director of Photography
Because of overcrowding at his mental hospital, a schizophrenic is released as an outpatient and told to stay away from emotional situations. He finds a room in a motel near the beach, but when he falls for the daughter of the motel's owner, the father confronts him with his past. This triggers th
4.
Gun for a Coward (1957) as Director of Photography
A young cowboy, whose dedication to the principles of peace and reason has earned him a reputation for cowardice, overcomes his psychological aversion to violence after his elder brother unjustly censures him for not joining in a foolhardy gunfight in which their youngest brother is killed.
5.
Joe Dakota (1957) as Director of Photography
6.
The Kettles in the Ozarks (1956) as Director of Photography
Ma and the kids head back to the Ozarks for a visit with Uncle Sedge (essentially a Pa Kettle replacement). He's working his way through a twenty years long relationship with Miss Bedelia Baines.
7.
Dance with Me, Henry (1956) as Director of Photography
Partners in a run-down amusement park try to adopt two children.
8.
The Toy Tiger (1956) as Director of Photography
Advertising executive Gwen Taylor sends her art director Rick Todd on a mission to bring an artist back to the commercial fold. Meanwhile, Gwen's fatherless son Timmie, at a remote boys' school, is riding for a fall by manufacturing evidence of his "explorer father." By an amazing coincidence, Rick steps off the bus at just the right moment for Timmie to recruit him as "father" without his knowledge. With no intention of collaborating, the befuddled Rick is carried along by the sweep of events. Who can predict the outcome?
9.
The Square Jungle (1956) as Director of Photography
Grocery clerk Eddie Quaid, in danger of losing his father to alcoholism and his girl Julie through lack of career prospects, goes into boxing. His cop friend McBride finances him; ex-con Bernie Browne trains him. Three years later, he is a challenger for the championship, and Julie re-enters his life. Can she win him back from a predatory blonde? And why does the prospect of Eddie's winning worry Bernie more than his losing?
10.
Francis in the Haunted House (1956) as Director of Photography
11.
Destry (1955) as Director of Photography
In the old West, a small frontier town is being controlled by ruthless mob boss Decker (Lyle Bettger) and his cronies. After the local sheriff dies under mysterious circumstances, Decker arranges to have the town drunk (Thomas Mitchell) appointed sheriff, thinking he will be ineffectual. But the new sheriff sends for Tom Destry, son of a famous two-fisted lawman, to be his deputy. When Tom (Audie Murphy) arrives, he isn't exactly the swaggering he-man the sheriff had in mind. In fact, Destry doesn't even carry a gun. But the new deputy's mild exterior masks a fierce determination to see justice done, as Decker and the other locals soon discover.
12.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955) as Director of Photography
Two bumblers get mixed up with Egyptian grave robbers and a murderous mummy.
13.
Tarantula (1955) as Director of Photography
A scientist's experiments to cure hunger create a giant tarantula.
14.
The Yellow Mountain (1954) as Director of Photography
15.
Ricochet Romance (1954) as Director of Photography
16.
Black Horse Canyon (1954) as Director of Photography
17.
Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1953) as Director of Photography
Slim and Tubby are American cops in London to study police tactics. They wind up in jail and are bailed out by Dr. Jekyll. Jekyll has been murdering fellow doctors who laugh at his experiments. He has more murders in mind. At one point the serum that turns Jekyll into the murderous Hyde gets injected into Tubby.
18.
Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation (1953) as Director of Photography
The Kettles are in Paris along with their daughter-in-law's parents the Parkers. Pa tries to buy racy postcards. He also gets in big trouble when he is given a letter to deliver to Adolph Wade, a spy who gets killed by spies Inez and Cyrus Kraft.
19.
Lost in Alaska (1952) as Director of Photography
20.
Jack and the Beanstalk (1952) as Cinematographer
A baby-sitter dreams himself and his best friend into the famous fairy tale.
21.
Comin' Round the Mountain (1951) as Director of Photography
22.
Tales of Robin Hood (1951) as Photography
23.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951) as Director of Photography
Two bumbling private eyes turn a boxer invisible to save him from being framed for murder.
24.
Abbott & Costello in the Foreign Legion (1950) as Director of Photography
Two zany wrestling promoters join the French Foreign Legion by mistake.
25.
Tales of the West 3 (1950) as Dir of photog ["Gold Strike"]
26.
Tales of the West 2 (1950) as Dir of photog ["The Fargo Phantom"]
27.
Free for All (1949) as Director of Photography
28.
The Vicious Circle (1948) as Director of Photography
29.
The Challenge (1948) as Director of Photography
30.
The Creeper (1948) as Director of Photography
31.
Heading for Heaven (1948) as Photography
32.
Walk a Crooked Mile (1948) as Director of Photography
The FBI and Scotland Yard join forces to stop security leaks at a nuclear power plant.
33.
Blonde Ice (1948) as Director of Photography
34.
Open Secret (1948) as Director of Photography
35.
13 Lead Soldiers (1948) as Director of Photography
36.
Slave Girl (1947) as Director of Photography
37.
Linda, Be Good (1947) as Director of Photography
38.
Idea Girl (1946) as Director of Photography
Larry Brewster (Jess Barker), partner in the music publishing firm of Brewster and Crow, returns from a trip to find that his partner, J. C. Crow (Alan Mowbray) has hired Pat O'Rourke (Julie Bishop)as a song plugger. Larry doesn't approve of the plan and, in a bad mood, refuses to see composer Wilfred Potts (George Dolenz)who is offering a song for publication. Pat, in spite of Larry's objections, stays on the job. She has the firm promote an amateur song-writing contest, and the winner is a submission by Potts, but because he used the name of Wicks, the firm can't locate him and is facing prosecution on charges of using the mail to conduct a fraudulent contest.
39.
The Runaround (1946) as Director of Photography
Maverick private eyes Kildane and Quayle leave a large agency to work on their own. Their first assignment (pirated from the old firm): retrieve eloping heiress Penelope Hampton...in competition with their former boss Prentiss. Kildane finds Penelope with surprising ease and keeps her one jump ahead of Prentiss with assorted difficulties, but can he avoid a romantic complication with his lovely charge?
40.
The Cat Creeps (1946) as Director of Photography
41.
Slightly Scandalous (1946) as Director of Photography
Fred Brady plays twin brothers (actually triplets in the final scene), one of whom has three girls on a romantic string and is trying to sell a television show to a fountain pen manufacturer (Walter Catlett.) The other doesn't have one girl and quietly sells insurance. The insurance seller invests money in his brother's show and, in the process of protecting his investment, gets involved with his twin's romances. Things eventually work out and the TV promoter winds up with the manufacturer's daughter (Paula Drew) and the salesman with Sheila Ryan. Lita Baron (in her Isabelita days) gets to dance a few numbers with the music of the (12th-billed) Guadalajara Trio, and Nick Moro & Frank Yaconelli, the old vaudeville team that was seen together mostly in Tom Keene westerns at Monogram in the early 1940's.
42.
She Wrote the Book (1946) as Director of Photography
A plain-Jane math professor (Joan Davis) at a small midwestern college is talked into journeying to New York on behalf of a colleague who has written a steamy bestseller under an assumed name. While in the big city, the math prof receives a bump on the head which brings on a form of amnesia. She begins to believe she is the author of the sultry book, and has actually lived its story. Now freed from her inhibitions, the lady professor sashays about with abandon. With a PR man (Jack Oakie) in tow, she crashes a party of swells at the home of a wealthy industrialist (Thurston Hall) and pressures him into making a large contribution to her tiny college back home.
43.
Frontier Gal (1945) as Director of Photography
44.
House of Frankenstein (1945) as Director of Photography
After escaping from an asylum the mad Dr. Niemann (Boris Karloff) and his hunch back assistant (J. Carrol Naish) revive Count Dracula (John Carradine), the Wolf Man (Lon Chaney Jr.) and the Frankenstein monster (Glenn Strange) in order to extract revenge upon their many enemies.
45.
Here Come the Co-Eds (1945) as Director of Photography
46.
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.
47.
House of Dracula (1945) as Director of Photography
A mad scientist's experiments attract Dracula, the Wolf Man and the Frankenstein monster.
48.
The Naughty Nineties (1945) as Director of Photography
In the gay '90s, cardsharps take over a Mississippi riverboat from a kindly captain. Their first act is to change the showboat into a floating gambling house. A ham actor and his bumbling sidekick try to devise a way to help the captain regain ownership of the vessel.
49.
Gypsy Wildcat (1944) as Director of Photography
In an unspecified Renaissance kingdom, no sooner has Anube's gypsy tribe encamped near Baron Tovar's village when Count Orso is found murdered. The wicked baron blames the gypsies and imprisons them all in his castle. Meanwhile, a mysterious stranger on a white horse has hidden the murder arrow and won the heart of gypsy belle Carla, to the discomfiture of her erstwhile fiancTe Tonio. Baron Tovar is also fascinated by Carla...especially when he notices her heraldic pendant.
50.
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (1944) as Director of Photography
Ali Baba, son of the Kalif of Bagdad is brought up by the 40 Thieves after his father is killed by the soldiers of Hugalu Khan, who received the necessary information by traitor Cassim. Ali becomes the leader of the thieves and they are fighting for the freedom of his land. Per chance Ali captures the fiancTe of Hugalu Khan, who turns out to be his girl friend Amara. After a few misunderstandings Ali uses her wedding day with Hugalu Khan as the day for the liberation of Bagdad.
51.
Allergic to Love (1944) as Director of Photography
52.
Cobra Woman (1944) as Director of Photography
Upon discovering his fiancTe Tollea has been kidnaped, Ramu and his friend Kado set out for a Pacific isle where all strangers are to be killed on arrival and the inhabitants, who are frequently sacrificed to an angry volcano god, worship the cobra. The island is ruled over by Tollea's evil twin Naja, the Cobra Woman, who, besides having designs on her new prisoner Ramu, also desires to eliminate any competition from her benevolent sister.
53.
Murder in the Blue Room (1944) as Director of Photography
54.
Destiny (1944) as Director of Photography
55.
The Scarlet Claw (1944) as Director of Photography
Sherlock Holmes investigates a haunting in a Canadian village vital to the war effort.
56.
When Johnny Comes Marching Home (1943) as Director of Photography
57.
Captive Wild Woman (1943) as Director of Photography
A mad scientist transplants human glands into a gorilla, turning the ape into a beautiful young woman (Acquanetta). However, a severe emotional jolt soon reverts her back into her primitive self with disastrous consequences.
58.
Son of Dracula (1943) as Director of Photography
Carpathian Count Alucard is invited to the U.S. by a young "morbid" heiress (Katherine Caldwell). Her boyfriend (Frank Stanley) and local officials are suspicious of the newcomer, who is interested in the "virile" soil of the new world.
59.
Eyes of the Underworld (1943) as Director of Photography
60.
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943) as Director of Photography
Graverobbers open the grave of the Wolfman and awake him. He doesn't like the idea of being immortal and killing people when the moon is full, so he tries to find Dr. Frankenstein, to kill him, but Frankenstein is dead and only his Monster is alive and this one wants to live, not to die like the Wolfman.
61.
It Comes Up Love (1943) as Director of Photography
62.
Get Going (1943) as Director of Photography
63.
Rhythm of the Islands (1943) as Photography
64.
Mister Big (1943) as Director of Photography
At the Davis School of the Theatre, ran by Jeremy Taswell (Samuel S. Hinds), where teen-age kids study drama and the serious arts, instructors Johnny Hanley (Robert Paige) and Alice Taswell (Elyse Knox) are in love. The students, including Donald (Donald O'Connor), Patricia (Gloria Jean) and Peggy (Peggy Ryan), secretly want to become singers. Patricia's aunt, Mrs. Davis (Florence Bates), owns the school and disapproves. Donald has written a musical comedy for the year's class play, which the students want to do, but Mrs. Davis has selected and insists they do Sophocles' "Antigone". Taswell agrees to let the kids do Donald's show. Donald manages to keep Mrs. Davis away on the day of the show, and when Broadway producers in attendance rave about Donald's play, she becomes a backer.
65.
The Mummy's Tomb (1942) as Director of Photography
A high priest travels to America with the living mummy Kharis (Lon Chaney Jr.) to kill all those who had desecrated the tomb of the Egyptian princess Ananka thirty years earlier.
66.
Give Out, Sisters (1942) as Director of Photography
67.
Madame Spy (1942) as Director of Photography
68.
Top Sergeant (1942) as Director of Photography
An Army jeep is forced off the road by fleeing bandits. Sergeant Dick Manson (Don Terry), his kid brother Jack (Gene Garrick), and Corporals Frenchy Devereaux (Leo Carrillo) and Andy Jarrett (Andy Devine) follow and are joined by a posse of deputy sheriffs. Three of the robbers are killed in a shoot-out, but one of them, Al Bennett (Don Porter), escapes after wounding Jack, who dies. Bennett figures a perfect hideout would be in the Army, and becomes one of the recruits assigned to Manson. He gets into trouble because of his attitude, and particularly with Manson when he gets the Colonel's daughter, Helen (Elyse Knox), into covering up his A.W.O.L. G-Men reveal that some of the bank money has been passed at a local jewellery store. When Manson learns that Bennett has given Helen a gift trinket, he jumps at the clue, and drives her down to question the jeweler. They find him murdered. At the Army war games, Bennett blows up a bridge and several men are killed, and he diverts the blame upon Frenchy and Andy, who are court martialed for negligent homicide. Manson discovers a witness who identifies Bennett as one of the bank robbers.
69.
Sin Town (1942) as Director of Photography
Conman Dud McNair and his girl arrive in Carsin Town to find they have been sold worthless oil wells. The place is thriving and Dud soon eases himself in as half owner of a saloon. But his partner is playing a cagey and more deadly game. He is in jail so any lawlessness will be blamed on McNair.
70.
Behind the Eight Ball (1942) as Director of Photography
71.
Treat 'Em Rough (1942) as Director of Photography
Accompanied by his trainer, Hotfoot (William Frawley), and his handyman/valet, Snake-eyes (Mantan Moreland), prizefighter Bill Kingsford (Eddie Albert), aka The Panama Kid, returns to his home town to help clear his dad, Gray Kingsford (Lloyd Corrigan), of graft involving several thousand gallons of oil hijacked from his own company. Betty (Peggy Moran), Mr. Kingsford's secretary, overhears a conversation between company officials Wetherbee (Joseph Crehan) and Perkins (Truman Bradley) ordering a gunman to intercept Kingsford on a trip to check a suspicious truck movement, and she warns Bill. The henchman manages to stop and slug Kingsford, but is himself killed when he tries to flee and his car bursts into fire. The police think the dead man is Kingsford, so Bill hides him while he and Betty try to get evidence against the real culprits.
72.
The Falcon Takes Over (1942) as Director of Photography
A society sleuth and a lady reporter try to track down a murderous thug's lost girlfriend.
73.
The Great Impersonation (1942) as Director of Photography
An unconscious man is found in a boat which drifts to the landing of an isolated African outpost where Baron von Ragenstein (Ralph Bellamy), an enemy agent, recognizes the man as his exact double, Sir Edward Dominey (Ralph Bellamy), with whom von Ragenstein went to school. He plots to kill Dominey and pose as the dead man.He learns about Dominey's broken marriage to Muriel (Evelyn Ankers) and his relation to Sir Ronald (Aubrey Mather), head of home defense. Back at the Dominey estate,Muriel is delighted with the change in Dominey, and Sir Ronald gives the spy a confidential position.The situation is complicated by Bardinet(Edward Norris), Muriel's admirer who, like von Regenstein, is under orders from Seaman (Henry Danielle), chief of the enemy agents. Another difficulty is Baroness Stephanie (Kaaren Verne), a spy who loves von Regenstein. The jealous Bardinet tells Muriel that Dominey is an imposter and she tells Sir Ronald. At Police headquarters Dominey reveals that, in Africa, it was actually von Regenstein that was killed and that he, Dominey posing as von Regenstein, has been playing the dual role in order to uncover the enemy leaders.
74.
Drums of the Congo (1942) as Director of Photography
75.
The Son of Monte Cristo (1941) as Photography
A freedom fighter leads a double life in his battle against a ruthless dictator.
76.
If I Had My Way (1940) as Photography
A construction worker takes charge of the daughter of a fellow worker killed in an accident. He brings the girl to New York to try to find her uncle. When he finds him, he discovers that the uncle has spent his life savings on a restaurant that turns out to be a worthless dive. He's determined to help the girl and her uncle make the restaurant a success.
77.
Son of Frankenstein (1939) as Director of Photography
The legendary scientist's son is tempted to resume his father's horrible experiments.
78.
Charlie McCarthy, Detective (1939) as Director of Photography
Scotty Hamilton is a reporter who works for a crooked editor. Bill Banning is another reporter who is about to expose the editor's ties to the mob. When the editor is killed, both reporter Banning and mobster Tony Garcia are suspected. However, Hamilton's friend Edgar Bergen solves the case (without much help from Charlie McCarthy).
79.
East Side of Heaven (1939) as Director of Photography
80.
One Hour to Live (1939) as Director of Photography
81.
The Sun Never Sets (1939) as Director of Photography
When Clive Randolph finally returns "home" from Gold Coast colony, younger brother John balks at following the family Colonial Service tradition. But back in Gold Coast, one Zurof, nominally studying ants, pursues a hidden political agenda that causes worldwide unrest; the Colonial Office persuades both brothers to go back and deal with it. Young John makes a mess of things, then must save the day on his own.
82.
Tower of London (1939) as Director of Photography
An ambitious duke uses his executioner henchman to kill his way to the crown.
83.
Unexpected Father (1939) as Director of Photography
Jimmy Hanley (Dennis O'Keefe) learns that his former dancing partner has been killed, leaving a baby boy Sandy (Sandra Lee Henville as Baby Sandy), so he takes the baby to live with him and his roommate Boris Bebenko (Mischa Auer). Theatre manager Allen Rand (Donald Briggs) threatens to fire Jimmy for neglecting his work, but Jimmy's girlfriend Diana (Shirley Ross) squares things by going to dinner with Rand over Jimmy's objections. Sandy catches measles and the quarantine causes Jimmy and Boris to miss a big audition.
84.
The Road to Reno (1938) as Camera
85.
Goodbye Broadway (1938) as Director of Photography
86.
Young Fugitives (1938) as Director of Photography
Old Joel Bentham (Harry Davenport) is awarded $50,000 as the last surviving Civil War veteran in his part of the country. His fellow townsmen in Cleardale are more than willing to help him spend it, but he remembers their neglectful years and decides to spend it as he sees fit. He offers a home to Meg (Dorothea Kent) who has been forced into a hobo life by economic stress and also takes in Ray Riggins (Robert Wilcox), wild young grandson of a war comrade. He promises to make Ray his heir, against the advice of his servant, Benjie Collins (Clem Bevans.) Ray plans, with the aid of some former criminal pals, to rob the old man but changes his mind and is fighting a losing battle against the crooks when a corps of American Legion men, coming to escort Joel to a train, mops up the robbers.
87.
Wives Under Suspicion (1938) as Director of Photography
A D.A.'s personal life mirrors the love-triangle murder he's prosecuting.
88.
Service De Luxe (1938) as Director of Photography
Glamorous and efficient Helen Murphy runs a service that will provide any type of assistance to wealthy customers, but what she's really looking for is a man who can take care of himself. Rugged Robert Wade, an inventor in town to secure funding for his new model tractor, wants to meet a woman who won't try to run his life. Despite being made for each other, Helen and Bob go through the usual complications of a film like this before ending up together in the final reel.
89.
Little Tough Guys in Society (1938) as Director of Photography
90.
Sinners in Paradise (1938) as Director of Photography
A seaplane departs for China. On board are a nurse escaping a loveless marriage to do work with refugees, a woman hoping to surprise her estranged son, a wealthy heiress trying to distance herself from labor troubles, an oily politician, a moll and a mobster fleeing the wrath of the gangs they've double-crossed, two rival munitions salesmen out to cash in on the misery of war, and a fresh-faced young steward. Caught in a course-altering storm, a crash-landing destroys the plane, kills the plane's officers, and tosses the surviving passengers into the sea. They are washed ashore on an isolated island inhabited solely by mysteriously reclusive Mr. Taylor and his servant, Ping. Until Taylor decides if, how and when he will allow them to take his boat back to China for help, this disparate band must work together, change their self-centered ways, and examine their motives for wanting to escape from the island and their pasts.
91.
Night Key (1937) as Photography
92.
You're a Sweetheart (1937) as Director of Photography
93.
Some Blondes Are Dangerous (1937) as Photography
94.
The Man Who Cried Wolf (1937) as Photography
95.
The Man in Blue (1937) as Photography
96.
The Plainsman (1937) as Photography
Calamity Jane gets mixed up in an Indian War and the friendly rivalry between Wild Bill Hickok and Buffalo Bill.
97.
The Road Back (1937) as Camera
98.
When's Your Birthday? (1937) as Photography
An astrologer trusts the stars to make him a championship boxer.
99.
Carnival Queen (1937) as Camera
100.
Reported Missing (1937) as Photography
101.
The Invisible Ray (1936) as Cinematographer
A scientist becomes contaminated resulting in the death of anything he touches.
102.
Dracula's Daughter (1936) as Cinematographer
A Hungarian countess seeks the aid of a noted psychiatrist, in hopes of freeing herself of a mysterious evil influence.
103.
Postal Inspector (1936) as Photography
104.
Parole! (1936) as Cinematographer
105.
Easy to Take (1936) as Photography
106.
Sutter's Gold (1936) as Cinematographer
107.
Diamond Jim (1935) as Photography
108.
King Solomon of Broadway (1935) as Cinematographer
109.
It Happened in New York (1935) as Photography
110.
Mister Dynamite (1935) as Photography
111.
Mystery of Edwin Drood (1935) as Photography
An opium addict's obsession with a young girl leads to murder.
112.
Chinatown Squad (1935) as Photography
113.
Great Expectations (1934) as Photography
Charles Dickens' classic tale of Pip, a poor orphan who befriends an escaped convict and who grows up in the company of a bitter old woman, Miss Havisham, and her haughty young ward, Estella. Pip learns the rewards of both vindictiveness and gratitude as a result of these events.
114.
Glamour (1934) as Camera
Ambitious chorus girl Linda Fayne (Constance Cummings)achieves a friendship with successful composer Victor Banki (Paul Lukas), who writes a song for her and gets her in an Ibsen (Joseph Cawthorn) show where she is a hit. Fame, romance and marriage to Victor, and a baby follows. Linda is attracted to Lorenzo Valenti (Philip Reed as Phillip Reed), whom she discovered in a Bohemian cafe and persuades Ibsen to give him a job in her show. She and Valenti have an affair and Victor consents to a divorce. The locale shifts to London where Valenti's success and life style parallels Linda's rise to fame. Disillusioned, she returns to New York where tragedy awaits. The child dies and Victor has lost his ability, but Linda spurns Valenti's cable asking her to return to him, and she and Victor chart a new course in life.
115.
Half a Sinner (1934) as Camera
116.
Strange Wives (1934) as Camera
117.
Cross Country Cruise (1934) as Photography
118.
I Give My Love (1934) as Camera
119.
Million Dollar Ransom (1934) as Camera
120.
Cheating Cheaters (1934) as Photography
The Palmers, an apparently wealthy family, move into the house next- door to the Lazarres. However, the Palmers are actually a gang of thieves plotting to rob the Lazarres. What the Palmers don't realize is that the Lazarres are also a criminal gang, and they are planning to rob their new wealthy neighbors, the Palmers!
121.
Gift of Gab (1934) as Photography
122.
Nagana (1933) as Photography
123.
Horseplay (1933) as Camera
124.
The Big Cage (1933) as Camera
125.
Her First Mate (1933) as Camera
126.
Love, Honor and Oh, Baby! (1933) as Photography
127.
Racing Youth (1932) as Cinematographer
128.
Once in a Lifetime (1932) as Camera
129.
The All American (1932) as Photography
130.
East of Borneo (1931) as Cinematographer
131.
Drácula (1931) as Fotografo [Photog]
I do not drink wine. Ancient vampire Count Dracula journeys by sea to London. It is there where he sets his sights on the blood of lovely Mina Seward and battles the stout Van Helsing. Based on the classic novel by Bram Stoker.
132.
The Homicide Squad (1931) as Cinematographer
133.
The Spirit of Notre Dame (1931) as Cinematographer
134.
Don Juan diplomático (1931) as Photography
135.
Oriente y Occidente (1930) as Photography
136.
Hell's Heroes (1930) as Cinematographer
Three cowboys risk their lives to get an abandoned baby to civilization.
137.
La voluntad del muerto (1930) as Operador [Cam]
138.
College Love (1929) as Director of Photography
139.
The Harvest of Hate (1929) as Director of Photography
140.
Wild Blood (1929) as Director of Photography
141.
Plunging Hoofs (1929) as Director of Photography
142.
The Charlatan (1929) as Director of Photography
143.
Hoofbeats of Vengeance (1929) as Director of Photography
144.
Stop That Man (1928) as Director of Photography
145.
Guardians of the Wild (1928) as Director of Photography
146.
Phyllis of the Follies (1928) as Director of Photography
147.
A Hero for a Night (1927) as Director of Photography
148.
The Irresistible Lover (1927) as Director of Photography
149.
The Wrong Mr. Wright (1927) as Director of Photography
150.
Back to God's Country (1927) as Director of Photography
Jean DeBois kills a man who pesters his beautiful daughter Renee. Subsequently, Renee is blackmailed by an unscrupulous suitor, Captain Blake, who threatens to expose her father if she refuses to marry him.
151.
The Tie That Binds (1923) as Director of Photography
152.
Playing It Wild (1923) as Director of Photography
153.
Restless Souls (1922) as Director of Photography
154.
The Silent Vow (1922) as Director of Photography
155.
The Fighting Guide (1922) as Director of Photography
156.
When Danger Smiles (1922) as Director of Photography
157.
No Defense (1921) as Director of Photography
158.
Where Men Are Men (1921) as Director of Photography
159.
Steelheart (1921) as Director of Photography
160.
A Guilty Conscience (1921) as Director of Photography

Visual Effects (feature film)

161.
Hard Truth, The (1994)
A daredevil cop discovers a web of blackmail which involves his girlfriend, her boss, and a shifty electronics wiz.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

162.
Peacemaker (1990) as Transportation Co-Captain
An extraterrestrial enlists the aid of a young doctor to track down a criminal from his own world.
163.
Nightmare (1964) as Elec supv
Janet is a young student at a private school; her nights are troubled by horrible dreams in which she sees her mother, who is in fact locked in an insane asylum, haunting her. Expelled because of her persistent nightmares, Janet is sent home where the nightmares continue.

Sound (special)

164.
In the Wings: Angels in America on Broadway (1993) as Audio
Behind-the-scenes look at the production of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, "Angels in America." Includes scenes from production meetings, rehearsals, and backstage moments during the play's performance, as well as excerpts from the play and interviews with the cast. Documentary footage

Casting (special)

165.
2 1/2 Dads (1986) as Casting
Two fathers and a bachelor decide to share a big house to lower expenses and help relieve loneliness, but the motherless children involved are less than happy about the arrangement as friction and humorous problems develop rapidly.

Misc. Crew (special)

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Halloween Door, The (1989) as Assistant (To Lori Crawford)
An animated, primetime Halloween special of the ABC series "Slimer! and the Real Ghostbusters." A fanatical inventor, Dr. Jacob Crowley, and his humorless companion, Fairweather, declare that the celebration of Halloween serves no real purpose. They scheme to get rid of the night of goblins and ghos

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