Glen Macwilliams


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Girl with an Itch (1958)
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If I'm Lucky (1946)
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Shock (1946)
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It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (1946)
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Within These Walls (1945)
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The Spider (1945)
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Wing and a Prayer (1944)
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Winged Victory (1944)
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Lifeboat (1944)
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Roger Touhy, Gangster (1944)
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Wintertime (1943)
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He Hired the Boss (1943)
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Chetniks! (1943)
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Young America (1942)
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A-Haunting We Will Go (1942)
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The Man in the Trunk (1942)
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Sundown Jim (1942)
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Blue, White and Perfect (1942)
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Dressed to Kill (1941)
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Great Guns (1941)
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Sailing Along (1938)
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Head over Heels in Love (1937)
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Gangway (1937)
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It's Love Again (1936)
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My Heart Is Calling (1935)
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First a Girl (1935)
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Orders Is Orders (1934)
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Evergreen (1934)
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Cavalcade (1933)
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Hat Check Girl (1932)
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While Paris Sleeps (1932)
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Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1932)
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The Front Page (1931)
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Body and Soul (1931)
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Men on Call (1931)
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Hay que casar al príncipe (1931)
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Sob Sister (1931)
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The Arizona Kid (1930)
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Common Clay (1930)
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The Sea Wolf (1930)
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The Valiant (1929)
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Pleasure Crazed (1929)
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Black Magic (1929)
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Hearts in Dixie (1929)
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Win That Girl (1928)
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Love Hungry (1928)
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The Secret Studio (1927)
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Ankles Preferred (1927)
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Pajamas (1927)
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Stage Madness (1927)
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The Heart of Salome (1927)
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Ladies Must Dress (1927)
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Siberia (1926)
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The Return of Peter Grimm (1926)
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The Lily (1926)
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Lazybones (1925)
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The Golden Strain (1925)
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Thunder Mountain (1925)
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The Re-creation of Brian Kent (1925)
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The Wheel (1925)
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Helen's Babies (1924)
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Captain January (1924)
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The Mine with the Iron Door (1924)
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Quicksands (1923)
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The Spider and the Rose (1923)
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The Dangerous Maid (1923)
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Rupert of Hentzau (1923)
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Deserted at the Altar (1922)
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Trouble (1922)
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Oliver Twist (1922)
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My Boy (1922)
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The Lamplighter (1921)
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Ever Since Eve (1921)
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Partners of Fate (1921)
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The Mother Heart (1921)
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Wing Toy (1921)
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Lovetime (1921)
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Kismet (1920)
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The Luck of the Irish (1920)
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The Knickerbocker Buckaroo (1919)
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Say, Young Fellow! (1918)
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Arizona (1918)
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Wild and Woolly (1917)
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Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Night of the Party (1934)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Front Page, The (1931) - L For Listerine! The boys in the press room tangle then we meet editor Walter Burns (Adolphe Menjou), hunting Hildy (Pat O'Brien, not seen), with some remarkable shots from director Lewis Milestone, early in The Front Page 1931, from the play by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur.
Front Page, The (1931) - Did You Ever Come Up Out Of A Sewer? Reporter Hildy (Pat O'Brien) and fiance` Mary (Peggy Grant) are introduced, planning their escape, unaware of editor Walter Burns' (Adolphe Menjou) close puruit, in director Lewis Milestone's The Front Page, 1931.
Front Page, The (1931) - Crushed By The System Hildy (Pat O'Brien) is torn between romantic plans and a giant scoop when escaped murderer Earl Williams (George E. Stone) appears in the press room, in Lewis Milestone's The Front Page, 1931.
Front Page, The (1931) - Cherchez Le Femme! Blinding plot speed as Hildy (Pat O'Brien), who really is hiding the escaped killer, deals with future mother-in-law (Effie Ellser), hooker/martyr Molly (Mae Clark) and his editor Walter Burns (Adolphe Menjou) in Lewis Milestone's The Front Page, 1931.
Lifeboat (1944) - One Of Them Shell Shock Cases Early on, players gathering after the liner is sunk by the U-Boat, nurse Mary Anderson, sailor William Bendix, oiler John Hodiak, magnate Henry Hull, journalist Tallulah Bankhead, crewman Hume Cronyn, then mother Heather Angel and German Walter Slezak, in Alfred Hitchcock's Lifeboat, 1944.
Lifeboat (1944) - She Loves To Dance Injured William Bendix learns from bi-lingual Tallulah Bankhead that the captured German Walter Slezak is qualified to amputate his leg, elected skipper John Hodiak joining in the ensuing discourse, in Alfred Hitchcock's Lifeboat, 1944.
Lifeboat (1944) - Burial At Sea John Hodiak, Henry Hull, Tallulah Bankhead and Hume Cronyn, pre-empted by Canada Lee, do what they can for the deceased infant, Bankhead and nurse Mary Anderson then helping the delirious mother Heather Angel, German Walter Slezak observing, in Alfred Hitchcock's Lifeboat, 1944.
Lifeboat (1944) - Those Nazi Buzzards From director Alfred Hitchcock's witty opening, on the smokestack of a steamship, in the end revealed to be sinking, now finding Tallulah Bankhead (as journalist "Connie") then oiler Kovac (John Hodiak), in Lifeboat, 1944, from the written-for-hire novella by John Steinbeck.
Evergreen (1934) - Springtime In Your Heart For the benefit of London director Benn (Sonnie Hale), inept PR man Tommy (Barry Mackay) and ex-showgirl Maudie (Betty Balfour) reveal Jessie Matthews, claiming she’s the star Harriet Green he knew back in the day, rather than her daughter, song by Harry M. Woods, in Evergreen, 1934.
Evergreen (1934) - Dancing On The Ceiling In her London Art Deco flat, British superstar Jessie Matthews as West End theater star “Harriet” (part of a complicated story in which she’s claiming to be her own mother) with a Rodgers and Hart tune from the original stage production, in Evergreen, 1934, from British-Gaumont studios.
Evergreen (1934) - Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me A Bow-Wow Joining the first scene in a West End theater ca. 1909, Jessie Matthews is headliner Harriet Green in her farewell performance with a standard tune of the day, Betty Balfour among the troupe, Victor Saville directing, in the early British partly Rodgers & Hart musical Evergreen, 1934.
Captain January (1924) - There Is An Island Opening scenes, from Universal Studios and producer Sol Lesser, of the "Baby Peggy" feature Captain January, 1924, starring Baby Peggy Montgomery (a.k.a. Diana Serra Cary) and Hobart Bosworth, later remade by 20th Century Fox with Shirley Temple.

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