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Born: September 15, 1893 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Whirlwind Raiders (1948) as Director of Photography
2.
Border Feud (1947) as Director of Photography
3.
West to Glory (1947) as Director of Photography
4.
Betty Co-ed (1946) as Director of Photography
A fore-runner and a semi- slight version of "Take Care of My Little Girl" from Sam Katzman, but pert-and-pretty Jean Porter had a knack for making Katzman's pictures look better than they were. Here, she (as Joanne Leeds), interrupts her carnival singing career to enroll as a freshman at Upton College. She quickly encounters the snobbery of the sorority girls because of her background. But the sorority is reorganized on democratic principles and she is invited to join, although it is never made too clear why she would want to join this group of airheads anyway.
5.
Rebellious Daughters (1938) as Photography
6.
Slander House (1938) as Photography
7.
Delinquent Parents (1938) as Photography
Rich boy marries poor girl. Poor girl gets pregnant. Rich boy's parents don't know they're married, forbid him to see her anymore. Rich boy dumps poor girl, poor girl gives baby up for adoption. Rich boy and his family are happy, poor girl and her family are miserable...
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9.
The House of Secrets (1936) as Photography
Globe-trotter Barry Wilding (Leslie Fenton) intercedes when a man annoys Julie Kenmore (Muriel Evans) on a ship crossing the English Channel, but she refuses to tell him her name or address. Barry determines to find her in London, but he is summoned to a lawyer's office and informed that he has inherited "The Hawk's Nest", a large estate outside London. He has to sign a declaration that he will never sell the property. He arrives there and is roughly put off his own property be trespassers who have taken up residence. Despite offers to buy the estate and warnings to get out of England, Barry refuses to do either. Julie appears and tells Barry she is living at "The Hawk's Nest" and he must allow her and her father, Dr. Kenmore (Morgan Wallace), to continue to live there for at least six months, and he can not visit her there. But Barry continues to try to solve the mystery that surrounds his inheritance even after being attacked by three American gangsters. Barry tries to enlist the aid of Scotland Yard, but, for some unfathomable reason, they refuse to help him. Mystery piles on mystery before the amazing and unusual conclusion.
10.
Hitch Hike to Heaven (1936) as Photography
11.
Murder at Glen Athol (1936) as Photography
12.
Ring Around the Moon (1936) as Photography
13.
Three of a Kind (1936) as Photography
14.
Lady Luck (1936) as Photography
15.
Missing Girls (1936) as Photography
16.
Below the Deadline (1936) as Photography
17.
The Little Red Schoolhouse (1936) as Photography
18.
Ellis Island (1936) as Photography
19.
The Dark Hour (1936) as Cinematographer
20.
Tango (1936) as Cinematographer
21.
Brilliant Marriage (1936) as Camera
22.
Easy Money (1936) as Camera
23.
Bridge of Sighs (1936) as Camera
24.
August Week-end (1936) as Camera
25.
Red Lights Ahead (1936) as Photography
26.
The Girl Who Came Back (1935) as Photography
27.
False Pretenses (1935) as Photography
28.
A Shot in the Dark (1935) as Photography
29.
The Lady in Scarlet (1935) as Camera
30.
Public Opinion (1935) as Cinematographer
31.
Condemned to Live (1935) as Photography
After a series of murders, a man finds out that his mother was bitten by a vampire bat during her pregnancy, and he believes that he may be the vampire committing the murders.
32.
Happiness C.O.D. (1935) as Photography
33.
Circumstantial Evidence (1935) as Photography
34.
Death from a Distance (1935) as Cinematographer
35.
Society Fever (1935) as Photography
36.
Symphony of Living (1935) as Cinematographer
37.
Port of Lost Dreams (1934) as Cinematographer
38.
Sons of Steel (1934) as Photography
39.
The Quitter (1934) as Photography
40.
City Park (1934) as Camera
41.
Fugitive Road (1934) as Photography
42.
The Ghost Walks (1934) as Cinematographer
43.
Green Eyes (1934) as Photography
The owner of a large mansion in the country throws a costume party for some of his friends. However, the party turns sour when he is found stabbed to death in a closet. The police and a guest try to discover who committed the murder.
44.
One in a Million (1934) as Cinematographer
45.
Twin Husbands (1934) as Photography
46.
The World Accuses (1934) as Photography
47.
In Love with Life (1934) as Photography
48.
Fifteen Wives (1934) as Photography
Shortly after his arrival from South America to New York, Steven Humbolt is found dead in his apartment at the Savoia Hotel. Inspector Decker Dawes (Conway Tearle) investigates the case and although the cause of death is described as apoplexy, Dawes is convinced it as murder, especially after he learns that Humbolt had been married fifteen times. The widows come from all over the world but three of them live in NYC; Sybilla Crum (Margaret Dumont), a noted evangelist; Carol Manning (Natalie Moorhead), recently remarried to a man named Arnold; and Ruby Cotton (Noel Francis.) A detective is sent to Philadelphia to try to learn the identity of the sender of a box of flowers delivered to Humbolt's room before his death. Dawes calls on Carol Manning Arnold, who says she had married Humbolt five years ago, and that he had disappeared after stealing all her money and she was told he had died in South America. But he had recently shown up trying to blackmail her as she had not told Arnold of the marriage. The autopsy shows that Humbolt was killed by hydrocyanic acid gas and that the broken glass globe, found by Dawes, was a Helmholtz resonator, a well-known device that can be broken by sound-waves. Sybilla Crum goes to the district attorney to try to stop the investigation, while Dawes also learns that, unknown to her husband, Carol maintains an apartment in her maiden name. Dawes hears a radio program featuring The Electric Voice (Ralf Harolde) in which the latter demonstrates the power of sound waves emanating from his voice in breaking glasses, ringing bells and other feats. When the Voice emits a sound that is supposed to break glass, a Helmholtz resonator on Dawes' desk breaks.
49.
The Curtain Falls (1934) as Photography
50.
Cross Streets (1934) as Camera
51.
Stolen Sweets (1934) as Photography
52.
Female (1933) as Assistant Camera
A female CEO who's used to buying love meets her match in an independent young executive.
53.
Notorious but Nice (1933) as Photography
54.
Dance Girl Dance (1933) as Photography
55.
A Man of Sentiment (1933) as Camera
56.
Murder on the Campus (1933) as Cinematographer
57.
I Have Lived (1933) as Photography
58.
By Appointment Only (1933) as Photography
59.
Women Won't Tell (1933) as Camera
60.
The Little Giant (1933) as Camera Operator
When Prohibition ends, a bootlegger tries to break into high society.
61.
Forgotten (1933) as Photography
62.
Strange People (1933) as Photography
63.
Rainbow over Broadway (1933) as Camera
64.
Love Is Like That (1933) as Camera
65.
In the Money (1933) as Photography
66.
Beauty Parlor (1932) as Photography
67.
Probation (1932) as Camera
68.
Escapade (1932) as Photography
69.
Forbidden Company (1932) as Photography
70.
The Secrets of Wu Sin (1932) as Photography
71.
Cross-Examination (1932) as Cinematographer
72.
SoƱadores de la gloria (1932) as Photography
73.
Midnight Lady (1932) as Camera
74.
Slightly Married (1932) as Photography
75.
Thrill of Youth (1932) as Photography
76.
The King Murder (1932) as Camera
77.
The Devil Plays (1931) as Photography
78.
Grief Street (1931) as Photography
79.
The Lawless Woman (1931) as Cinematographer
80.
Night Life in Reno (1931) as Cinematographer
81.
The Lady from Nowhere (1931) as Photography
82.
The Last Ride (1931) as Camera
83.
Ladies in Love (1930) as Director of Photography
84.
The Midnight Special (1930) as Director of Photography
85.
The Last Dance (1930) as Director of Photography
86.
Jazz Cinderella (1930) as Director of Photography
87.
Lotus Lady (1930) as Director of Photography
88.
Campus Knights (1929) as Director of Photography
89.
Silent Sentinel (1929) as Director of Photography
90.
Just Off Broadway (1929) as Director of Photography
91.
Circumstantial Evidence (1929) as Director of Photography
92.
The Peacock Fan (1929) as Director of Photography
93.
Below the Deadline (1929) as Director of Photography
94.
The Adorable Cheat (1928) as Director of Photography
95.
Confessions of a Wife (1928) as Director of Photography
96.
Fagasa (1928) as Director of Photography
97.
Forbidden Grass (1928) as Director of Photography
98.
The Sky Rider (1928) as Director of Photography
99.
The House of Shame (1928) as Director of Photography
100.
South of Panama (1928) as Director of Photography
101.
Crashing Through (1928) as Director of Photography

Sound (feature film)

102.
Follow the Boys (1944) as Sd tech of Delta Rhythm Boys seq

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