Charles Schoenbaum


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Outriders (1950)
Director of Photography
Stars in My Crown (1950)
Director of Photography
Duchess of Idaho (1950)
Director of Photography
Little Women (1949)
Director of Photography
Challenge to Lassie (1949)
Director of Photography
Hills of Home (1948)
Director of Photography
Summer Holiday (1948)
Director of Photography
High Barbaree (1947)
Fill-in Photographer
The Mighty McGurk (1947)
Director of Photography
Cynthia (1947)
Director of Photography
Good News (1947)
Director of Photography
Bad Bascomb (1946)
Director of Photography
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood (1945)
Director of Photography
Son of Lassie (1945)
Director of Photography
Salute to the Marines (1943)
Director of Photography
The Remarkable Andrew (1942)
2nd Camera
Junior Army (1942)
Director of Photography
Caught in the Draft (1941)
Photography
New York Town (1941)
Director of Photography
Always a Bride (1940)
Director of Photography
Way Down South (1939)
Photography
Fisherman's Wharf (1939)
Photography
Honeymoon in Bali (1939)
Fill-in Director of Photographer
All Women Have Secrets (1939)
Director of Photography
Escape to Paradise (1939)
Photography
Daughter of Shanghai (1938)
Photography
Dangerous to Know (1938)
Photography
Sons of the Legion (1938)
Photography
Bluebeard's Eighth Wife (1938)
Camera
Secret Valley (1937)
Photography
On Such a Night (1937)
Photography
Love on Toast (1937)
Photography
Rainbow on the River (1936)
Photography
Here Comes the Band (1935)
Photography
It's in the Air (1935)
Photography
Racetrack (1933)
Photography
Skyway (1933)
Photography
Tomorrow at Seven (1933)
Cinematographer
Goodbye Love (1933)
Photography
Sailor Be Good! (1933)
Cinematographer
Men Are Such Fools (1932)
Cinematographer
If I Had a Million (1932)
Photographer "Death Cell" and "The Three Marines"
Women Go on Forever (1931)
Photography
Hell Bound (1931)
Photography
Woman Hungry (1931)
Photography
Salvation Nell (1931)
Photography
Command Performance (1931)
Photography
Bride of the Regiment (1930)
Director of Photography
The Rogue Song (1930)
Director of Photography
She Got What She Wanted (1930)
Director of Photography
Sally (1929)
Director of Photography
Beau Sabreur (1928)
Director of Photography
The Vanishing Pioneer (1928)
Director of Photography
Under the Tonto Rim (1928)
Director of Photography
The Water Hole (1928)
Director of Photography
Nevada (1927)
Director of Photography
Drums of the Desert (1927)
Director of Photography
The Mysterious Rider (1927)
Director of Photography
Arizona Bound (1927)
Director of Photography
Born to the West (1926)
Director of Photography
The Last Frontier (1926)
Director of Photography
Man of the Forest (1926)
Director of Photography
The Vanishing American (1926)
Director of Photography
Forlorn River (1926)
Director of Photography
The Devil's Cargo (1925)
Director of Photography
A Son of His Father (1925)
Director of Photography
Adventure (1925)
Director of Photography
In the Name of Love (1925)
Director of Photography
The Heritage of the Desert (1924)
Director of Photography
The Heart Raider (1923)
Director of Photography
Nobody's Money (1923)
Director of Photography
Mr. Billings Spends His Dime (1923)
Director of Photography
Rent Free (1922)
Director of Photography
The Charm School (1921)
Director of Photography
Too Much Speed (1921)
Director of Photography
The Hell Diggers (1921)
Director of Photography
Miss Hobbs (1920)
Camera
Too Much Johnson (1920)
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The Six Best Cellars (1920)
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Held by the Enemy (1920)
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Always Audacious (1920)
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Burglar Proof (1920)
Camera
The Woman Next Door (1919)
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Love Insurance (1919)
Camera
Why Smith Left Home (1919)
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It Pays to Advertise (1919)
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Something to Do (1919)
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The Winning Girl (1919)
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A Very Good Young Man (1919)
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The Best Man (1919)
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The Way of a Man with a Maid (1918)
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The Mystery Girl (1918)
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Women's Weapons (1918)
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Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Sob Sister (1931)
Still Photographer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Daughter Of Shanghai (1937) - Foreign Horde Floods U.S. Splashy aerial action to start, bracketed with blaring headlines as Feds in a bi-plane intercept John Patterson (as pilot Lang) and Anthony Quinn (age 22, as sidekick Morgan) smuggling Chinese persons into San Francisco, in the Paramount programmer and Anna May Wong vehicle, Daughter Of Shanghai, 1937.
Daughter Of Shanghai (1937) - Let's Have A Look At You Deft enough work by Robert Florey directing for Paramount, as Anna May Wong (as Lan Ying, title character) has made her way to Central America hunting the head of the human-smuggling ring that killed her father back in San Francisco, inveigling Charles Bickford as the proprietor Hartman, Gino Corrado his interpreter, Evelyn Brent his dance wrangler, in Daughter Of Shanghai, 1937.
Daughter Of Shanghai (1937) - If We Must Be Prosaic In San Francisco’s Chinatown we meet Cecil Cunningham as Mrs. Hunt, patron of merchant Quan Lin (Ching Wah Lee) and daughter Lan Ying (top-billed Anna May Wong), J . Carrol Naish and Buster Crabbe the intruding slave-racketeers, and Ernest Whitman the muscle Sam, in Daughter Of Shanghai, 1937.
Good News (1947) - French Lesson Tait College football star Tommy (Peter Lawford) at the library meets hard working student Connie (June Allyson), who helps him learn French to woo another girl, with a Comden & Green specialty number, in Good News, 1947.
Summer Holiday (1948) - Our Home Town From the top, Walter Huston as dad Nat Miller introduces the gimmick, original tunes by Harry Warren and Ralph Blane serving as exposition in the musical adaptation of Eugene O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness, bringing in Butch Jenkins, Michael Kirby, Marilyn Maxwell, Selena Royle, Frank Morgan and Agnes Moorehead, in Summer Holiday, 1948, produced by Arthur Freed for MGM.
Summer Holiday (1948) - Afraid To Fall In Love Setting may look a little more Hollywood than the purported Danville, Connecticut, but Mickey Rooney as graduating Richard is lobbying for a smooch from girlfriend Muriel (Gloria De Haven), director Rouben Mamoulian giving them rope with a Harry Warren/Ralph Blane original, in Summer Holiday, 1948, from producer Arthur Freed for MGM.
Summer Holiday (1948) - The Stanley Steamer Graduation from Danville, CT High School, June 1906, Mickey Rooney as ebullient Richard hears first from Gloria De Haven as girlfriend Muriel, then joins Agnes Moorehed (“Cousin Lily”) and his dad (Walter Huston) as they board the genuine car, with another original song by Harry Warren and Ralph Blane, in the musical adaptation of Eugene O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness!, from MGM’s Arthur Freed unit, Summer Holiday, 1948.
Good News (1947) - He's A Ladies Man After practice, inexplicably British football jock Tommy (Peter Lawford) leads Bobby (Ray McDonald), Danny (Mel Torme) and pals in a Buddy DeSylva tune about how to attract girls, in the Arthur Freed MGM musical Good News, 1947.
Duchess Of Idaho (1950) - Baby, Come Out Of The Clouds Second leads John Lund (as "Doug") and Paula Raymond (his secretary "Ellen") in the audience as Lena Horne is introduced, performing Baby, Come Out Of The Clouds by Henry Nemo and Lee Pearl, in MGM's Duchess Of Idaho, 1950.
Stars In My Crown (1950) - Sharing The Parson's Heart Rejoining narration in the voice of the mature John (Dean Stockwell), exposition on the circumstances of his living with preacher Josiah Gray (Joel McCrea) and his wife and church organist Harriet (Ellen Drew), Jacques Tourneur directing in the MGM version of the novel by Alabama’s Joe David Brown, Stars In My Crown, 1950.
Stars In My Crown (1950) - I'm Always A Boy In Walesburg With narration by Marshall Thompson, the screenplay derived from the somewhat autobiographical novel by Alabamian Joe David Brown, we meet Dean Stockwell as young John, Joel McCrea the preacher, plus Polly Bailey, Amanda Blake, Adeline de Walt Reynolds, Wilson Wood, Ed Begley and Arthur Hunnicutt, in MGM’s Stars In My Crown, 1950.
Stars In My Crown (1950) - I'm Not Interested In Souls Southern gun-toting preacher Gray (Joel McCrea) is called to the bedside of a parishoner, crossing paths with James Mitchell (known-best for theater and as Palmer Courtland on All My Children) as Dr. Harris Jr., who plans to leave his hometown, because the locals don’t trust his modern methods, in the face of a typhus outbreak, in Stars In My Crown, 1950.

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