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Also Known As: Henry Schacht, Harry Sharp, Henry T. Sharp Died: January 10, 1964
Born: Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: director of photography, lab technician, camera assistant

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Leading cinematographer of the 1920s who lent his expertise to such major silent films as King Vidor's "The Crowd" (1928) and a number of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., vehicles. Sharp's career leveled off with the advent of sound although he worked on a number of fine films, notably Alan Dwan's "The Iron Mask" (1929) and Fritz Lang's "Ministry of Fear" (1944); he worked mainly in TV from the 1950s.

Leading cinematographer of the 1920s who lent his expertise to such major silent films as King Vidor's "The Crowd" (1928) and a number of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., vehicles. Sharp's career leveled off with the advent of sound although he worked on a number of fine films, notably Alan Dwan's "The Iron Mask" (1929) and Fritz Lang's "Ministry of Fear" (1944); he worked mainly in TV from the 1950s.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 A Face in the Crowd (1957) Abe Steiner
2.
 The Violators (1957) David Baumgarden
3.
 Mask of the Avenger (1951) Doctor
4.
 A Song to Remember (1945) Russian count
5.
 The Very Thought of You (1944) Chief clerk
6.
 Till We Meet Again (1944) Andre
7.
 Great Waltz, The (1955) Johann Strauss Sr
8.
 Trial by Trigger (1944)
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Milestones close milestones

1915:
Entered film as lab technician
1920:
First film "Homespun Folks"

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