Reggie Lanning


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

City of Shadows (1955)
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The Road to Denver (1955)
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Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955)
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I Cover the Underworld (1955)
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Carolina Cannonball (1955)
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Untamed Heiress (1954)
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The Outcast (1954)
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Flight Nurse (1954)
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Sea of Lost Ships (1954)
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The Bigamist (1953)
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Sweethearts on Parade (1953)
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The Lady Wants Mink (1953)
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Woman They Almost Lynched (1953)
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I Dream of Jeanie (with the Light Brown Hair) (1952)
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Bal Tabarin (1952)
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Thunderbirds (1952)
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Toughest Man in Arizona (1952)
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Hoodlum Empire (1952)
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Heart of the Rockies (1951)
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Fighting Coast Guard (1951)
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The Wild Blue Yonder (1951)
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Cuban Fireball (1951)
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Belle Le Grand (1951)
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The Savage Horde (1950)
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Surrender (1950)
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Singing Guns (1950)
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The Showdown (1950)
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Hit Parade of 1951 (1950)
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Susanna Pass (1949)
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Sands of Iwo Jima (1949)
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Down Dakota Way (1949)
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The Timber Trail (1948)
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Train to Alcatraz (1948)
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Wake of the Red Witch (1948)
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Angel in Exile (1948)
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Grand Canyon Trail (1948)
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I, Jane Doe (1948)
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The Inside Story (1948)
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California Firebrand (1948)
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Angel on the Amazon (1948)
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Blackmail (1947)
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The Flame (1947)
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The Pilgrim Lady (1947)
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The Fabulous Texan (1947)
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Northwest Outpost (1947)
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Calendar Girl (1947)
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Sheriff of Redwood Valley (1946)
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Rainbow Over Texas (1946)
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Song of Arizona (1946)
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Sioux City Sue (1946)
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The Inner Circle (1946)
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Valley of the Zombies (1946)
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Rendezvous with Annie (1946)
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Crime of the Century (1946)
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Plainsman and the Lady (1946)
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The Catman of Paris (1946)
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The Cheaters (1945)
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Steppin' in Society (1945)
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The Cherokee Flash (1945)
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Faces in the Fog (1944)
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The Cowboy and the Senorita (1944)
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Casanova in Burlesque (1944)
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End of the Road (1944)
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Strangers in the Night (1944)
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Lights of Old Santa Fe (1944)
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My Buddy (1944)
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Marshal of Reno (1944)
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Three Little Sisters (1944)
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Silver City Kid (1944)
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Hands Across the Border (1944)
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Hidden Valley Outlaws (1944)
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Rosie, the Riveter (1944)
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Tucson Raiders (1944)
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Sing Neighbor Sing (1944)
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The Big Bonanza (1944)
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King of the Cowboys (1943)
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Hoosier Holiday (1943)
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Pistol Packin' Mama (1943)
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Idaho (1943)
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Days of Old Cheyenne (1943)
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Wagon Tracks West (1943)
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Thundering Trails (1943)
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Song of Texas (1943)
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Silver Spurs (1943)
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A Scream in the Dark (1943)
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Santa Fe Scouts (1943)
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Code of the Outlaw (1942)
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Sunset on the Desert (1942)
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Bells of Capistrano (1942)
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Westward Ho (1942)
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Call of the Canyon (1942)
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Man from Cheyenne (1942)
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The Pittsburgh Kid (1941)
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Mercy Island (1941)
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The Phantom Cowboy (1941)
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The Great Train Robbery (1941)
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Mr. District Attorney (1941)
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Gauchos of Eldorado (1941)
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Pals of the Pecos (1941)
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Sunset in Wyoming (1941)
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Grandpa Goes to Town (1940)
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The Ranger and the Lady (1940)
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Wolf of New York (1940)
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Oklahoma Renegades (1940)
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Who Killed Aunt Maggie? (1940)
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Frontier Vengeance (1940)
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One Man's Law (1940)
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Days of Jesse James (1939)
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Sabotage (1939)
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Wyoming Outlaw (1939)
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New Frontier (1939)
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Pals of the Saddle (1938)
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Santa Fe Stampede (1938)
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Heroes of the Hills (1938)
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The Return of Jimmy Valentine (1936)
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The Harvester (1936)
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Laughing Irish Eyes (1936)
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The Hoosier Schoolmaster (1935)
Assistant Camera
Monte Carlo Nights (1934)
2nd Camera
King Kelly of the U.S.A. (1934)
Camera Operator
Manhattan Love Song (1934)
Camera Operator
Our Daily Bread (1934)
2nd Camera
Should Ladies Behave (1933)
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Made on Broadway (1933)
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Spite Marriage (1929)
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China Bound (1929)
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The Cameraman (1928)
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Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Spy Smasher (1942)
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Perils of Nyoka (1942)
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King of the Texas Rangers (1941)
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Dick Tracy Vs. Crime, Inc. (1941)
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Jungle Girl (1941)
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Zorro's Fighting Legion (1939)
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Country Gentlemen (1936)
Tech staff

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Spite Marriage (1929) - Who Is That Man? Opening scenes, actor Lionel (Edward Earle) introducing co-star and girlfriend Trilby (Dorothy Sebastian), who is then pursued by what today would be called a stalker, Elmer (Buster Keaton), a pants-presser, in MGM's Spite Marriage, 1929.
Spite Marriage (1929) - Get Rid Of That Epidemic! Hastily recruited for a walk-on part in a Civil War play starring his beloved Trilby (Dorothy Sebastian), Elmer (Buster Keaton) lacks stagecraft as a Union soldier, in Spite Marriage, 1929.
Spite Marriage (1929) - Trilby Famous scene in which Elmer (Buster Keaton), whom actress Trilby (Dorothy Sebastian) has married to get even with her ex, attempts to put her to bed after a few too many on their wedding night, in Spite Marriage, 1929.
Cowboy And The Senorita, The - What'll I Use For Money? All friends now, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans ("Ysobel"), Mary Lee (her sister "Chip") and The Sons Of The Pioneers, together for What'll I Use For Money by Ned Washington and Phil Ohman, in The Cowboy And The Senorita, 1944.
Sands Of Iwo Jima - Thanks Marine! Actual and staged combat as the squad hits the famous shores, with incidents including the usually reserved Conway (John Agar) wailing on an enemy soldier, saving Stryker (John Wayne) in Sands Of Iwo Jima, 1949.
Sands Of Iwo Jima - Open, Prologue For the Marine Hymn and the emphatic decication, it's worth seeing the opening credits from director Allan Dwan's Sands Of Iwo Jima, starring John Wayne and John Agar, narration by Arthur Franz.
Sands Of Iwo Jima - My Name Is Stryker Just after the opening, Marine Sergeant Stryker (John Wayne) introduces himself to the platoon, (Arthur Franz, James Brown, Richard Webb, Wally Cassell), and ex-rival Thomas (Forrest Tucker) in Sands Of Iwo Jima, 1949.
Sands Of Iwo Jima - Judo Sergeant Stryker (John Wayne) takes steps to settle a score with his former boxing rival Private Thomas (Forrest Tucker), leading to a meeting of minds in Sands Of Iwo Jima. 1949.
Sands Of Iwo Jima - Pull Pins! At grenade practice between battles, Martin Milner is the new Marine, and starry-eyed Conway (John Agar) is reading a letter when Sergeant Stryker (John Wayne) saves the day, in Sands Of Iwo Jima, 1949.

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