Barney Mcgill


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Phantom Submarine (1940)
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Girls Under 21 (1940)
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The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date (1940)
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The Cisco Kid and the Lady (1939)
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Battle of Broadway (1938)
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Sharpshooters (1938)
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Road Demon (1938)
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Crack-Up (1937)
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Nancy Steele Is Missing! (1937)
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Off to the Races (1937)
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Lancer Spy (1937)
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Midnight Taxi (1937)
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She Had to Eat (1937)
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The Country Beyond (1936)
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Song and Dance Man (1936)
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High Tension (1936)
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Laughing at Trouble (1936)
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The First Baby (1936)
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Thank You, Jeeves! (1936)
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My Marriage (1936)
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Everybody's Old Man (1936)
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Charlie Chan in Shanghai (1935)
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The President Vanishes (1935)
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Redheads on Parade (1935)
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Brewster's Millions (1935)
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Folies Bergère de Paris (1935)
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L'homme des Folies Bergère (1935)
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I Believed in You (1934)
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Born to Be Bad (1934)
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Murder in Trinidad (1934)
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The Last Gentleman (1934)
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Hard to Handle (1933)
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The Bowery (1933)
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Captured! (1933)
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Broadway Thru a Keyhole (1933)
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Employee's Entrance (1933)
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The Mayor of Hell (1933)
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The Keyhole (1933)
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Bureau of Missing Persons (1933)
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Cabin in the Cotton (1932)
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The Mouthpiece (1932)
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Miss Pinkerton (1932)
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Alias the Doctor (1932)
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Week-end Marriage (1932)
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Under Eighteen (1932)
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20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932)
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Beauty and the Boss (1932)
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The Cisco Kid (1931)
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The Mad Genius (1931)
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Night Nurse (1931)
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Other Men's Women (1931)
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Svengali (1931)
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My Past (1931)
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The Doorway to Hell (1930)
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Mammy (1930)
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Three Faces East (1930)
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Noah's Ark (1929)
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Evidence (1929)
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The Hottentot (1929)
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Skin Deep (1929)
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Stark Mad (1929)
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Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929)
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The Desert Song (1929)
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The Show of Shows (1929)
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The Crimson City (1928)
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The House of Scandal (1928)
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Across the Atlantic (1928)
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Conquest (1928)
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State Street Sadie (1928)
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The Home Towners (1928)
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Jaws of Steel (1927)
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Husbands for Rent (1927)
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Good Time Charley (1927)
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Casey at the Bat (1927)
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The College Widow (1927)
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What Price Glory (1927)
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The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary (1927)
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A Trip to Chinatown (1926)
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Keep Smiling (1925)
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A Self-Made Failure (1924)
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My Lady Friends (1921)
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Devil Mccare (1919)
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Breezy Jim (1919)
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Life Events

Videos

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Other Men's Women (1931) - I Had One Last Night It’s not clear until the end what director William A. Wellman is up to with his opening scene, as kooky railroad employee Bill (Grant Withers) stops in for a provocative chat with a waitress (Lillian Worth), in Other Men’s Women, 1931, with Mary Astor, James Cagney and Joan Blondell.
Hard To Handle (1933) - It Ain't Humanely Possible Joining director Mervyn LeRoy’s breakneck opening, Allen Jenkins the MC at an outrageous Hollywood dance marathon, the last two couples standing are (second-billed) Mary Brian with Matt McHugh and Sterling Holloway with Mary Doran, before we meet the promoter, above-the-title billed James Cagney as Lefty, in Warner Bros.’ Hard To Handle, 1933.
Hard To Handle (1933) - The Public Is Like A Cow All pace in the first scene for star James Cagney as Hollywood PR man Lefty, backstage at his dance marathon contest, scheming with his pretty distracted partner Mac (John Sheehan), in Hard To Handle, 1933, story by Houston Branch, screenplay by Bob Lord and Wilson Mizner.
Hard To Handle (1933) - Your Mother Doesn't Own A Gun, Does She? Hollywood widow landlady Ruth Donnelly is looking to scam a furniture buyer (William H. Strauss) while her daughter Ruth (Mary Brian) is still soaking her feet, after winning a dance marathon, with some help from her promoter boyfriend Lefty (James Cagney), who was himself robbed of the prize she was supposed to get, in Hard To Handle, 1933.
Employees' Entrance (1933) - All I Want Is You Good clean fun in Warner Bros.’ (First National's) otherwise plenty provocative pre-Code Employees’ Entrance, 1933, as department store middle-manager Wallace Ford, in his first scene, can’t help noticing the knockout new model (Loretta Young), with clever popular song references.
Employees' Entrance (1933) - I Didn't Know You With All Your Clothes On Tough-guy department store exec Anderson (Warren William) has summoned dress-model Polly (Alice White), who touch on their shared history as he dispatches her to entrap his unwitting older rival Ross (Albert Gran), in Employees’ Entrance, 1933.
Employees' Entrance (1933) - Smash Or Be Smashed After a prologue establishing a roughly 50-year history of department store profits, and mentions of a cut-throat executive named Anderson, we meet Warren William, intimidating his chairman (Hale Hamilton), Ross (Albert Gran) et al, in Warner Bros.’ Employees’ Entrance, 1933.
Employees' Entrance (1933) - How Would You Like A Wax Banana? Threatening to fire most everybody (excepting Ruth Donnelly, his assistant), hard-headed department store executive Anderson (Warren William) has a random meet-cute with wannabe employee Madeline (Loretta Young), even if it plays like they might be lovers already, in the steamy pre-Code Employees’ Entrance, 1933.
Night Nurse (1931) - Slip Off Your Dress Savvy Maloney (Joan Blondell) is impressed to learn that new hire Lora (Barbara Stanwyck) wasn't working an angle with the chief surgeon, intern Eagan (Edward Nugent) on hand for the first of director William A. Wellman's many disrobing scenes, in the pre-Code drama Night Nurse, 1931,
Night Nurse (1931) - A Lady Needs A Little Assistance First night at a dodgy after-hours gig, Lora (Barbara Stanwyck) gets assaulted twice, by a sloppy drunk (Walter McGrail) who seeks her help with the plastered mother (Blanche Frederici) of her charges, then by Nick (Clark Gable, his first scene), who's clearly not just the chauffeur, in William A. Wellman's Night Nurse, 1931.
Mayor Of Hell, The (1933) - You're In Reform School Now We’ve followed Frankie Darro (as Jimmy) and company through committing crimes and being convicted, and now they meet Dudley Digges as the reform school warden, and Madge Evans as Dorothy, the relatively kind nurse, in Warner Bros.’ The Mayor Of Hell,1933, starring James Cagney.
Mayor Of Hell, The (1933) - You'd Better Take A Vacation Cruel reform school chief Thompson (Dudley Digges) doesn’t yet know that Patsy (James Cagney), the gangster who got a plum job as a do-nothing commissioner, has gotten himself put in charge, out of concern for kids like Jimmy (Frankie Darro), in Warner Bros.’ The Mayor Of Hell, 1933.

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