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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY

Cinematography (feature film)

1. The Little Minister (1934) as Photography.
2. Man of Two Worlds (1934) as Photography.
3. Of Human Bondage (1934) as Photography.
4. Success at Any Price (1934) as Photography.
5. The Fountain (1934) as Photography.
6. Morning Glory (1933) as Photog addl scenes.
7. Little Women (1933) as Photography.
8. Blind Adventure (1933) as Photography.
9. The Phantom of Crestwood (1932) as Photography.
10. Penguin Pool Murder (1932) as Photography.
11. The Animal Kingdom (1932) as Photog addl scenes.
12. The Most Dangerous Game (1932) as Photography.
13. Fighting Caravans (1931) as Photography.
14. Gente alegre (1931) as Photography.
15. Dude Ranch (1931) as Photography.
16. Honey (1930) as Camera.
17. Follow Thru (1930) as Director of Photography.
18. Safety in Numbers (1930) as Camera.
19. Playboy of Paris (1930) as Director of Photography.
20. Along Came Youth (1930) as Director of Photography.
21. The Vagabond King (1930) as Director of Photography.
22. El cuerpo del delito (1930) as FotografĂ­a [Photog].
23. The Man I Love (1929) as Director of Photography.
24. Woman Trap (1929) as Director of Photography.
25. The Greene Murder Case (1929) as Director of Photography.
26. Chinatown Nights (1929) as Director of Photography.
27. Thunderbolt (1929) as Director of Photography.
28. Betrayal (1929) as Director of Photography.
29. Interference (1929) as Director of Photography.
30. Legion of the Condemned (1928) as Director of Photography.
31. Beggars of Life (1928) as Director of Photography.
32. Doomsday (1928) as Director of Photography.
33. His Private Life (1928) as Director of Photography.
34. Ladies of the Mob (1928) as Director of Photography.
35. The Magnificent Flirt (1928) as Director of Photography.
36. Shootin' Irons (1927) as Director of Photography.

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