Oliver T. Marsh


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Wild Man of Borneo (1941)
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Blonde Inspiration (1941)
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Rage in Heaven (1941)
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Lady Be Good (1941)
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The Trial of Mary Dugan (1941)
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Broadway Melody of 1940 (1940)
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I Love You Again (1940)
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New Moon (1940)
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The Women (1939)
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Broadway Serenade (1939)
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The Ice Follies of 1939 (1939)
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Another Thin Man (1939)
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It's a Wonderful World (1939)
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Sweethearts (1938)
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The Girl of the Golden West (1938)
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The Toy Wife (1938)
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The Crowd Roars (1938)
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Maytime (1937)
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Rosalie (1937)
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The Emperor's Candlesticks (1937)
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The Firefly (1937)
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His Brother's Wife (1936)
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Women Are Trouble (1936)
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San Francisco (1936)
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Small Town Girl (1936)
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After the Thin Man (1936)
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The Great Ziegfeld (1936)
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Love on the Run (1936)
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A Tale of Two Cities (1935)
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David Copperfield (1935)
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Baby Face Harrington (1935)
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No More Ladies (1935)
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One New York Night (1935)
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La veuve joyeuse (1934)
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Sadie McKee (1934)
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The Merry Widow (1934)
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The Mystery of Mr. X (1934)
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The Merry Widow (1934)
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Dancing Lady (1933)
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Today We Live (1933)
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Looking Forward (1933)
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Night Flight (1933)
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Emma (1932)
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Letty Lynton (1932)
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Faithless (1932)
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The Son-Daughter (1932)
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Arséne Lupin (1932)
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But the Flesh Is Weak (1932)
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Divorce in the Family (1932)
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Rain (1932)
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The Phantom of Paris (1931)
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It's a Wise Child (1931)
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The Man in Possession (1931)
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Possessed (1931)
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New Moon (1931)
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Just a Gigolo (1931)
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The Bachelor Father (1931)
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New Adventures of Get Rich Quick Wallingford (1931)
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The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1931)
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The Lady of Scandal (1930)
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The Florodora Girl (1930)
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Du Barry, Woman of Passion (1930)
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In Gay Madrid (1930)
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Not So Dumb (1930)
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Strictly Unconventional (1930)
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Untamed (1929)
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Our Modern Maidens (1929)
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The Single Standard (1929)
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Eternal Love (1929)
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Marianne (1929)
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Sadie Thompson (1928)
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The Divine Woman (1928)
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Dream of Love (1928)
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The Enemy (1928)
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The Smart Set (1928)
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The Woman Disputed (1928)
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The Masks of the Devil (1928)
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Camille (1927)
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The Road to Romance (1927)
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The Dove (1927)
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Annie Laurie (1927)
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Love's Blindness (1926)
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Kiki (1926)
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The Duchess of Buffalo (1926)
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The Merry Widow (1925)
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The Midshipman (1925)
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Time, the Comedian (1925)
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Soul Mates (1925)
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The Masked Bride (1925)
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Daring Love (1924)
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Mademoiselle Midnight (1924)
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Circe the Enchantress (1924)
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Love's Wilderness (1924)
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Married Flirts (1924)
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Fashion Row (1923)
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Jazzmania (1923)
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The Unknown Purple (1923)
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The French Doll (1923)
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Broadway Rose (1922)
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Fascination (1922)
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Red Hot Romance (1922)
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Peacock Alley (1922)
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The Mohican's Daughter (1922)
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Lessons in Love (1921)
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Woman's Place (1921)
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Wedding Bells (1921)
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Mama's Affair (1921)
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The North Wind's Malice (1920)
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The Point of View (1920)
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Dangerous Business (1920)
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Something Different (1920)
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In Search of a Sinner (1920)
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Two Weeks (1920)
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Good References (1920)
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The Perfect Woman (1920)
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The Love Expert (1920)
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The Bondage of Barbara (1919)
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The Brand (1919)
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The Crimson Gardenia (1919)
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The Girl from Outside (1919)
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A Temperamental Wife (1919)
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A Virtuous Vamp (1919)
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Joan of Plattsburg (1918)
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The Floor Below (1918)
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The Racing Strain (1918)
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Money Mad (1918)
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Hidden Fires (1918)
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All Woman (1918)
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Dodging a Million (1918)
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Not So Dumb (1930) - Sin Throughout The Ages Entertaining the big-shot out-of-town investor (William Holden), Dulcy (Marion Davies) turns the floor over to her new supposed screenwriter friend Leach (Franklin Pangborn), dramatizing his next feature, Van Dyke (Donald Ogden Stewart) on piano, Elliott Nugent her worried husband, in Not So Dumb, 1930.
Phantom Of Paris, The (1931) - It's A Mischievous God Observing popular magician Cheri-Bibi (John Gilbert) and his hostess, socialite Cecile (Leila Hyams), with a dazzled guest (Tyrell Davis) are Ian Keith as her fiancè Touchais, whom her father has just disinherited, and Natalie Moorhead as Vera, who appears to be only a vile hanger-on, early in The Phantom Of Paris, 1931.
Phantom Of Paris, The (1931) - I'd Rather Not Watch This From the top, we meet John Gilbert as the title character, a celebrated magician, from a Gaston Leroux serial novel (as was MGM’s The Phantom Of The Opera, 1925), Leila Hyams his admirer in the balcony, Louise Mackintosh her affronted companion, in The Phantom Of Paris, 1931, with Ian Keith, Jean Hersholt and Alfred Hickman.
Rage In Heaven (1941) - Nobody Is Afraid Of Me First architect Ward (George Sanders) swoons over European war refugee Stella (Ingrid Bergman) on the English estate belonging to his friend and her employer, son Philip (Robert Montgomery) and mother (Lucile Watson), who confer about them, though he’s a bit weird, early in MGM’s Rage In Heaven 1941.
Rage In Heaven (1941) - The Moon Made Me Sentimental Idle rich Englishman Philip (Robert Montgomery), who can’t be bothered to run the family steel-works, exhibits more odd yet romantic behavior toward Stella (Ingrid Bergman), his mother’s war refugee assistant, obsessing about his friend Ward, and confirming he’s sometimes impersonated him, in Rage In Heaven 1941.
Rage In Heaven (1941) - She's A Refugee Director W.S. Van Dyke II, from a script by Christopher Isherwood and Robert Thoeren, introduces his three top-billed stars, after an opening in which a patient named Andrews, whom we never saw, escaped from an asylum in wartime England, we meet Robert Montgomery, George Sanders, then Ingrid Bergman, in Rage In Heaven 1941.
Rain (1932) - If You Gotta Repent Without her usual provocative attire, days after being persuaded by the Christian “reformer” Davidson (Walter Huston, en route in a seafaring canoe to join her) to return to San Francisco to serve time as repentance, Sadie Thompson (Joan Crawford) visits with marine O’Hara (William Gargan), himself fresh after getting out of the brig in American Samoa, who’s against the idea, in Lewis Milestone’s Rain, 1932, from the W.S. Maugham story.
Great Ziegfeld, The (1936) - Split The Children At the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, Flo (William Powell) with strong-man Sandow (Nat Pendleton) gets a derisive message from rival promoter Billings (Frank Morgan), who arrives with belly dancer "Little Egypt" (Suzanne Kaaren), early in The Great Ziegfeld, 1936.
Great Ziegfeld, The (1936) - Trying To Lose Weight Flo (William Powell, title character, who would become the legendary impresario) works a scam with a London doorman and beats rival Billings (Frank Morgan) to French singer Anna Held (Luise Rainer, her first scene), in MGM's The Great Ziegfeld, 1936.
David Copperfield (1935) - Brave Little Fellow Scenes introducing young David (Freddie Bartholomew), Peggotty (Jessie Ralph) and Murdstone (Basil Rathbone), all revolving around mother Clara (Elizabeth Allen) in MGM's David Copperfield, 1935, directed by George Cukor.
Arsene Lupin (1932) - Call Me Sir! Barrymore brothers (Lionel as detective "Guechard," John as "Duke Of Chamarace" AND the title character,) playing tricks on each other, early in the MGM hit Arsene Lupin, 1932.
Arsene Lupin (1932) - Even Before Breakfast Now dressed and at the party, Sonia (Karen Morley) is introduced by the Duke (John Barrymore, also the title character) to wealthy and befuddled Gourney-Martin (Tully Marshall), in Arsene Lupin, 1932.

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