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Harold Wenstrom

Harold Wenstrom

  • Arizonian, The (1935) October 14 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Hollywood Bound (1946) as Photog for "Ferry-Go-Round"
2.
Annie Oakley (1935) as Photography
The famed female sharpshooter learns that you can't get a man with a gun when she falls for a rival marksman.
3.
The Arizonian (1935) as Photography
A new marshal teams with an outlaw to straighten out a crooked town.
4.
Powdersmoke Range (1935) as Photography
Three cowboys buy a ranch but have to fight off gunmen to keep it.
5.
Laddie (1935) as Photography
6.
Gift of Gab (1934) as Photography
7.
Their Big Moment (1934) as Photography
A phony psychic conjures up a real ghost who asks her to solve his murder.
8.
Red Morning (1934) as Photography
A ship captain's daughter fights to survive a mutiny and hostile islanders.
9.
The Lost Patrol (1934) as Director of Photography
A British army troop fights off Arab snipers while holed up in an oasis.
10.
Wednesday's Child (1934) as Photography
After testifying at his parents' divorce trial, a young boy is shipped off to military school when neither parent wants him around.
11.
Keep 'Em Rolling (1934) as Photography
A soldier deserts when he's separated from his horse.
12.
What--No Beer? (1933) as Photography
When Prohibition ends, a barber tries to get in the liquor business only to come up against mobsters.
13.
Hell Divers (1932) as Photography
Two naval air force officers carry their rivalry from the skies to the bedroom.
14.
Fast Life (1932) as Photography
15.
Huddle (1932) as Photography
A steelworker's son becomes a college football hero.
16.
Speak Easily (1932) as Photography
A professor gets mixed up with chorus girls in a Broadway musical.
17.
The Secret Six (1931) as Photography
A secret society funds the investigation of a bootlegging gang.
18.
The Big House (1930) as Photography
An attempted prison break leads to a riot.
19.
Min and Bill (1930) as Director of Photography
Two crusty waterfront characters try to protect their daughter from a terrible secret.
20.
Hazardous Valley (1927) as Director of Photography
21.
Born To Battle (1927) as Director of Photography
22.
The Lady in Ermine (1927) as Director of Photography
23.
The Midnight Watch (1927) as Director of Photography
24.
Into Her Kingdom (1926) as Director of Photography
25.
Born To Battle (1926) as Director of Photography
26.
Syncopating Sue (1926) as Director of Photography
27.
Zander The Great (1925) as Director of Photography
Mamie (Marion Davies), an orphan girl who was abused in the orphanage, is taken in by Mrs. Caldwell (Hedda Hopper), a kindly woman with a young son named Alexander (John Huff). Mamie hits it off with the lad, and nicknames him "Zander". When Mrs. Caldwell dies, the authorities decree that the boy must be placed in the same orphanage where Mamie was mistreated. Horrified, Mamie determines to see to it that the boy will be spared the same treatment that she had to suffer.
28.
The Great White Way (1924) as Director of Photography
29.
Under the Red Robe (1923) as Director of Photography
30.
Adam and Eva (1923) as Director of Photography
31.
When Knighthood Was in Flower (1923) as Director of Photography
32.
The Go-Getter (1923) as Director of Photography
33.
The Young Diana (1922) as Director of Photography
34.
The Beauty Shop (1922) as Director of Photography
35.
The Face in the Fog (1922) as Director of Photography
36.
Proxies (1921) as Director of Photography
37.
The Wild Goose (1921) as Director of Photography
38.
The Saphead (1920) as Camera
A miner's playboy son fights to save the family business from his unscrupulous brother-in-law.
39.
The Best of Luck (1920) as Camera

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