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Henry Gerrard

Henry Gerrard


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Cinematography (feature film)

Man of Two Worlds (1934) as Photography
An Eskimo is brought to England and "civilized."
The Fountain (1934) as Photography
Success at Any Price (1934) as Photography
A young man ruthlessly climbs the corporate ladder only to attempt suicide when the stock market crashes.
Of Human Bondage (1934) as Photography
A medical student falls prey to a sluttish waitress.
The Little Minister (1934) as Photography
A young miss masquerades as a gypsy to win a minister's love.
Morning Glory (1933) as Photog addl scenes
A stage struck girl travels to New York determined to make it on Broadway.
Little Women (1933) as Photography
The four March sisters fight to keep their family together and find love while their father is off fighting the Civil War.
Blind Adventure (1933) as Photography
An American in London stumbles on a criminal ring.
Penguin Pool Murder (1932) as Photography
A feisty school teacher sets out to solve a murder in an aquarium.
The Phantom of Crestwood (1932) as Photography
Five men have to prove their innocence when a blackmailer is murdered.
The Animal Kingdom (1932) as Photog addl scenes
An intellectual publisher can''''t choose between his society wife and his free thinking former love.
The Most Dangerous Game (1932) as Photography
A big game hunter decides to stalk human prey.
Fighting Caravans (1931) as Photography
A young frontier scout helps guide a freight wagon train across the country, fighting off Indians and evil traders, while his two crusty companions try and save him from falling in love.
Gente alegre (1931) as Photography
Dude Ranch (1931) as Photography
Chester Carr(Stuart Erwin), owner of a dude ranch in the Rockies, caters to guests seeking the thrill of the Wild West. Among his guests are the wealthy Spruce Meadows(Charles Sellon) and his daughter Susan(June Collyer.)But the West isn't wild anymore and most of Carr's guests are bored and about to leave.He is in despair when a caravan carrying a broke-down-and-out troupe of actors---Jennifer(Jack Oakie), Judd(Eugene Pallette), Mrs. Merridew(Cecil Weston) and her daughter, Alice(Mitzi Green)---crashes down the hill and wrecks the hotel sign. Carr offers to board and lodge them free for a week if they can provide enough excitement to keep Meadows and the other guest from leaving. The actors agree. They have the properties and costumes for a Western melodrama,"Vance Kilroy's Revenge", which they proceed to adapt real-life for the occassion.That evening a woman(Mrs. Merridew)rushes into the hotel lounge with her little daughter(Alice), begging to be saved from the whip of her brutal husband Black Jud(Judd.)He cmes after them with a whip but the heroic Vance Kilroy(Jennifer)arrives and saves them. Black Jed leaves, shaking his fists, trimming his moustache and vowing to return.The visitors swallow the hoax, and edcide to return. Jeniffer(as Vance Kiroy) falls in love with Susan, but she sees through his fale baravado and snubs him. A gang of bandits, planning to rob the local bank, arrives as hotel guests.Burson(George Webb), the "ladies' man" dandy of the group takes a shine to Susan. When "Black Jed" returns, he is pursued and "strangled" by "Kilroy" but Burson openly shows his disbelief in the hero. Having being "killed" as "Black Jed", Judd re-appears the next morning as a Sioux Indian chief. When the bank robbery is committed, one of the gang wears a costume similar to Jennifers, and suspicion is cast on him.Sheriff Simonson(Guy Oliver) arrives and arrests Jennifer, but Alice sees the bandits kidnap Susan, and she convinces the wooden-headed sheriff that he has arrested the wrong man. Jennifer joins the posse in pursuit of the fleeing gangsters.The ads, in London, carried a blurb from the Sunday Times reviewer in which he called the film..."Quite the funniest and brainest satire of American cowboy Wild West stuff I have ever seen..." "Ruggles of Red Gap" in 1935 probably knocked him for a loop.Quite-ho like.
The Vagabond King (1930) as Director of Photography
Poet-rogue Francois Villon, sentenced to hang by King Louis XI for writing derogatory verses about him, is offered a temporary reprieve. His hanging will be postponed for 24 hours, and in that time he must defeat the invading Burgundians and win the love of the beautiful Katherine.
Safety in Numbers (1930) as Camera
Follow Thru (1930) as Director of Photography
Lora Moore, the club champion, loses a golf match to a woman from another golf club. Then Jerry Downs, a handsome golf pro, and his goofy friend, Jack Martin, show up. Lora takes him on as her golf teacher to work on her putt. She falls for him, but so do several other women. Meanwhile Angie Howard, Lora's friend, chases after Jack. A lot of silliness ensues.
Playboy of Paris (1930) as Director of Photography
Along Came Youth (1930) as Director of Photography
El cuerpo del delito (1930) as FotografĂ­a [Photog]
Honey (1930) as Camera
Woman Trap (1929) as Director of Photography
Betrayal (1929) as Director of Photography
Interference (1929) as Director of Photography
The Man I Love (1929) as Director of Photography
Chinatown Nights (1929) as Director of Photography
Thunderbolt (1929) as Director of Photography
A death-row convict plots to kill the man who stole his girl.
The Greene Murder Case (1929) as Director of Photography
The Magnificent Flirt (1928) as Director of Photography
Ladies of the Mob (1928) as Director of Photography
Beggars of Life (1928) as Director of Photography
After killing her treacherous step-father, a girl tries to escape the country with a young vagabond. She dresses as a boy, they hop freight trains, quarrel with a group of hobos, and steal a car in their attempt to escape the police, and reach Canada.
His Private Life (1928) as Director of Photography
Legion of the Condemned (1928) as Director of Photography
Doomsday (1928) as Director of Photography
Shootin' Irons (1927) as Director of Photography

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