Archie Stout


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Hondo (1954)
Photography
The High and the Mighty (1954)
Photography
Trouble Along the Way (1953)
Director of Photography
The Sun Shines Bright (1953)
Director of Photography
Island in the Sky (1953)
Photography
Big Jim McLain (1952)
Director of Photography
The Quiet Man (1952)
2nd Unit Photography
Hard, Fast and Beautiful (1951)
Director of Photography
On the Loose (1951)
Director of Photography
The Thing from Another World (1951)
2nd Unit Photography
Rio Grande (1950)
2nd unit Photographer
Never Fear (1950)
Director of Photography
Wagon Master (1950)
2nd Unit Photography
Outrage (1950)
Director of Photography
Lust for Gold (1949)
Director of Photography
Fort Apache (1948)
Cinematographer
Tarzan and the Huntress (1947)
Photography
Angel and the Badman (1947)
Photography
Abilene Town (1946)
Director of Photography
Captain Kidd (1945)
Cinematographer
Tarzan and the Amazons (1945)
Photography
The Story of G. I. Joe (1945)
Director of Photography
It Happened Tomorrow (1944)
Director of Photography
Alaska (1944)
Photography
Summer Storm (1944)
Director of Photography
Dark Waters (1944)
Cinematographer
American Empire (1942)
2d unit Camera
Rebecca (1940)
2nd unit Photographer
Texas Rangers Ride Again (1940)
Director of Photography
Rulers of the Sea (1939)
Sea Photographer
Mystery Plane (1939)
Director of Photography
Beau Geste (1939)
Photography
Professor Beware (1938)
Photography
The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938)
Photography
The Hurricane (1937)
South Seas Photographer
Hills of Old Wyoming (1937)
Photography
Borderland (1937)
Photography
Call of the Prairie (1936)
Photography
Trail Dust (1936)
Photography
Heart of the West (1936)
Photography
Three on the Trail (1936)
Photography
The Texas Rangers (1936)
2nd unit Photographer
Hopalong Cassidy Returns (1936)
Photography
Sea Spoilers (1936)
Cinematographer
Conflict (1936)
Cinematographer
Nevada (1935)
Photography
The Eagle's Brood (1935)
Photography
Paradise Canyon (1935)
Photography
Hop-Along Cassidy (1935)
Photography
Lawless Range (1935)
Photography
Westward Ho (1935)
Photography
The Desert Trail (1935)
Photography
The Dawn Rider (1935)
Photography
Rocky Mountain Mystery (1935)
Photography
Bar 20 Rides Again (1935)
Photography
Texas Terror (1935)
Photography
The Star Packer (1934)
Photography
'Neath the Arizona Skies (1934)
Photography
Sing Sing Nights (1934)
Photography
Sixteen Fathoms Deep (1934)
Photography
The House of Mystery (1934)
Photography
West of the Divide (1934)
Photography
Blue Steel (1934)
Photography
The Man from Utah (1934)
Photography
The Lawless Frontier (1934)
Photography
Monte Carlo Nights (1934)
Photography
Mystery Liner (1934)
Photography
The Trail Beyond (1934)
Photography
Randy Rides Alone (1934)
Photography
Flirting with Danger (1934)
Photography
The Lucky Texan (1934)
Photography
The Last Round-Up (1934)
Photography
Happy Landing (1934)
Photography
Oliver Twist (1933)
Photography
Fighting Texans (1933)
Photography
Riders of Destiny (1933)
Photography
Galloping Romeo (1933)
Photography
Sunset Pass (1933)
Photography
The Fugitive (1933)
Photography
Rainbow Ranch (1933)
Photography
The Mysterious Rider (1933)
Photography
Sagebrush Trail (1933)
Photography
Ranger's Code (1933)
Photography
Breed of the Border (1933)
Photography
Under the Tonto Rim (1933)
Photography
Hidden Valley (1932)
Photography
Riders of the Desert (1932)
Photography
From Broadway to Cheyenne (1932)
Photography
Texas Buddies (1932)
Photography
Heritage of the Desert (1932)
Photography
Law of the West (1932)
Photography
Flames (1932)
Photography
The County Fair (1932)
Photography
Police Court (1932)
Photography
The Fighting Champ (1932)
Photography
Lucky Larrigan (1932)
Photography
Single-Handed Sanders (1932)
Photography
Son of Oklahoma (1932)
Photography
Law of the North (1932)
Photography
Young Blood (1932)
Photography
Self-Defense (1932)
Photography
Mason of the Mounted (1932)
Photography
South of Santa Fe (1932)
Photography
Honor of the Mounted (1932)
Camera
The Ghost City (1932)
Photography
Oklahoma Jim (1931)
Photography
The Montana Kid (1931)
Photography
Son of the Plains (1931)
Photography
Ships of Hate (1931)
Photography
The Ridin' Fool (1931)
Photography
God's Country and the Man (1931)
Photography
Forgotten Women (1931)
Photography
Mother and Son (1931)
Photography
In Line of Duty (1931)
Photography
Near the Trail's End (1931)
Photography
Partners of the Trail (1931)
Photography
Two Fisted Justice (1931)
Photography
Sunrise Trail (1931)
Photography
Land of Wanted Men (1931)
Photography
Law of the Sea (1931)
Photography
Galloping Thru (1931)
Camera
Rider of the Plains (1931)
Photography
The Conquering Horde (1931)
Photography
Gun Smoke (1931)
Photography
It Pays to Advertise (1931)
Photography
Young Eagles (1930)
Director of Photography
The Benson Murder Case (1930)
Director of Photography
Dangerous Paradise (1930)
Director of Photography
The Sea God (1930)
Director of Photography
The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu (1930)
Director of Photography
Men Are Like That (1930)
Director of Photography
Manslaughter (1930)
Director of Photography
Derelict (1930)
Director of Photography
Darkened Rooms (1929)
Director of Photography
Varsity (1928)
Director of Photography
The Drivin' Fool (1923)
Director of Photography
His Nibs (1921)
Director of Photography

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

The Westerner (1940)
Special Effects

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

High And The Mighty, The (1954) - Whistlin' Dan After the aerial credit sequence, the first order of business for director William A. Wellman, introducing his producing-partner and star John Wayne, as co-pilot Dan Roman, who meets mechanic Sneed (George Chandler), via the script from Ernest K. Gann, and the same team that made the hit Island In The Sky the previous year, in The High And The Mighty, 1954.
High And The Mighty, The (1954) - Cocktails With The Chipmunks Laraine Day as heiress Lydia is tearing into her husband Howard (John Howard) over his latest business fumbling, in their first extended conversation, overheard across the aisle by Phil Harris as gregarious Ed, Ann Doran his wife, novelist and screenwriter Ernest Gann committing to the melodrama, in The High And The Mighty, 1954.
Captain Kidd (1945) - Deep Enough To Bury A Man The title character (Charles Laughton) makes an example of Blades (Abner Biberman) as his crew (including John Carradine, Gilbert Roland and Sheldon Leonard) bury loot off Madagascar, in an early scene from Captain Kidd, 1945.
Captain Kidd (1945) - Touched Off The Magazine The title character (Charles Laughton), secretly a pirate, and aide Lorenzo (Gilbert Roland) transfer the nobleman (Lumsden Hare) and daughter (Barbara Britton) and their treasure to their ship, their game soon revealed, the under-cover good guy Mercy (Randolph Scott) worried, in Captain Kidd, 1945.
Captain Kidd (1945) - Opening, Dead Men Don't Talk The opening sequence of director Rowland V. Lee's Captain Kidd, 1945, leads into some historical framing and the title character (Charles Laughton) commenting on dead men keeping secrets.
Captain Kidd (1945) - Bursting With Noble Blood Appearing before King William (Henry Daniell) back in England, Charles Laughton (title character) wheedles a commission by posing as a witness to an act of piracy he himself committed, embarrassing a royal guard (Reginald Sheffeild) in the process in Captain Kidd, 1945.
Outrage (1950) - Jim's Working Late This scene, with Mala Powers as engaged office worker Ann (Mala Powers) pursued by the menacing, scarred lunch-counter guy (Albert Mellen), is, along with the never-named subject of rape, the best known feature of director Ida Lupino's Outrage, 1950.
Fort Apache (1948) - Who And What Are You? En route to her father's new post, Philadelphia (Shirley Temple) meets disrobed Michael (John Agar, his first scene), who offends Colonel Thursday (Henry Fonda), before the escort (Pedro Armendariz, Victor McLaglen, Jack Pennick, Dick Foran) arrives, early in John Ford's Fort Apache, 1948.
Fort Apache (1948) - Gentlemen, This Is A Horse Undiluted John Ford cavalry comedy as Mulcahy (Victor McLaglen), and Beaufort (Pedro Armendariz) introduce recruits (led by Hank Worden) to riding, in Fort Apache, 1948.
Fort Apache (1948) - You Know How Children Are Colonel Thursday (Henry Fonda), Captain York (John Wayne) and director John Ford are together in their disgust with Indian agent Meacham (Grant Withers), Victor McLaglen, Pedro Armendariz supporting, in Fort Apache, 1948.
It Happened Tomorrow (1944) - Opening Credits Opening title sequence from director Rene` Clair's It Happened Tomorrow, 1944, starring Dick Powell, Linda Darnell and Jack Oakie.
It Happened Tomorrow (1944) - Yesterday's News Newsmen are celebrating the promotion of Larry (Dick Powell) from obit desk and getting wisdom from ancient librarian Pop Benson (John Philliber) in Rene` Clair's It Happened Tomorrow, 1944.

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