John Stumar


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Rhythm Round-up (1945)
Director of Photography
Dangerous Blondes (1943)
Director of Photography
Power of the Press (1943)
Director of Photography
Klondike Kate (1943)
Director of Photography
The Return of the Vampire (1943)
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Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1942)
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The Spirit of Stanford (1942)
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Not a Ladies' Man (1942)
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Harmon of Michigan (1941)
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Under Age (1941)
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Two Latins from Manhattan (1941)
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Naval Academy (1941)
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I Was a Prisoner on Devil's Island (1941)
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The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance (1941)
Director of Photography
Music in My Heart (1940)
Photography
The Secret Seven (1940)
Photography
The Durango Kid (1940)
Director of Photography
Those High Grey Walls (1939)
Photography
The Lady and the Mob (1939)
Photography
Parents on Trial (1939)
Photography
Mr. Boggs Steps Out (1938)
Photography
One Man Justice (1937)
Photography
Something to Sing About (1937)
Photography
Two-Fisted Gentleman (1936)
Photography
Counterfeit (1936)
Photography
Devil's Squadron (1936)
Photography
End of the Trail (1936)
Photography
The Unwelcome Stranger (1935)
Photography
Atlantic Adventure (1935)
Photography
If You Could Only Cook (1935)
Photography
Escape from Devil's Island (1935)
Photography
The Best Man Wins (1935)
Photography
Whirlpool (1934)
Photography
Voice in the Night (1934)
Photography
Name the Woman (1934)
Photography
Most Precious Thing in Life (1934)
Photography
Young and Beautiful (1934)
Photography
Jealousy (1934)
Photography
One Is Guilty (1934)
Photography
Once to Every Woman (1934)
Photography
Laughter in Hell (1933)
Photography
Before Midnight (1933)
Photography
Above the Clouds (1933)
Photography
Fury of the Jungle (1933)
Photography
The Crowd Roars (1932)
Photography
USC vs. Tulane (1932)
Camera
Cornered (1932)
Photography
The Flood (1931)
Camera
Leftover Ladies (1931)
Photography
Recaptured Love (1930)
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Second Choice (1930)
Director of Photography
The Time, the Place, and the Girl (1929)
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Girl Overboard (1929)
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Home James (1928)
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13 Washington Square (1928)
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Red Lips (1928)
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Buck Privates (1928)
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The Irresistible Lover (1927)
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Down the Stretch (1927)
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The Claw (1927)
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Wild Beauty (1927)
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The Love Thief (1926)
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The Home Maker (1925)
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Head Winds (1925)
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A Woman's Faith (1925)
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The Price of Pleasure (1925)
Director of Photography
The Tornado (1925)
Director of Photography
Listen Lester (1924)
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The Family Secret (1924)
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Wine (1924)
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Daddies (1924)
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A Lady of Quality (1924)
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A Million To Burn (1923)
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Dollar Devils (1923)
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Temporary Marriage (1923)
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The Darling of New York (1923)
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The Forgotten Law (1922)
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Blaze Away (1922)
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Mother Eternal (1921)
Director of Photography
Pardon My French (1921)
Director of Photography
Black Is White (1920)
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The Song of the Soul (1920)
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L'xx Apache (1919)
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Extravagance (1919)
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Naughty, Naughty! (1918)
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Love Me (1918)
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A Burglar for a Night (1918)
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Quicksand (1918)
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Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Flying G-Men (1939)
Photography
The Mill On The Floss (1937)
Photography
L' Apache (1919)
Photography
The Kaiser's Shadow (1918)
Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Once To Every Woman (1933) - Men Aren't Born Great We’ve just met Fay Wray as take-charge head nurse Mary Fanshawe, and she’s summoned distracted trainee Doris (Mary Carlisle) for a chewing-out, followed by her first visit with Dr. Preston (Walter Byron), discussing a rival, and her projected ambitions, early in Once To Every Woman, 1933.
Once To Every Woman (1933) - I Can Get Away With It All exposition here as we’ve just met junior hot-shot surgeon Jim (Ralph Bellamy) and his mentor and boss Selby (Walter Connolly), and they move quickly to the challenging brain patient on their ward, in RKO’s racy Once To Every Woman, 1933, starring Fay Wray.
Once To Every Woman (1933) - Nothing Professional Conscientious surgeon Jim Barclay (Ralph Bellamy) has just made good his threat to resign, but feels a need to take a crack at ambitious but chilly nurse Mary (Fay Wray), and winds up warning her about her beau Freddie (Walter Byron), himself busy with Mary Carlisle, in Once To Every Woman, 1933.
Music In My Heart (1940) - Punchinello Celebrating their engagement, with a reprise of a Bob Wright-Chet Forrest original, this is the only musical bit in the picture for Rita Hayworth, as Manhattanite Patricia, because it’s really a vehicle for Tony Martin, as singer Bob, support from Edith Fellows, George Tobias and George Humbert, in Music In My Heart, 1940.
Music In My Heart (1940) - It's A Blue World Star Tony Martin as singer Bob, with an Academy Award-nominated Bob Wright-Chet Forrest tune, which charted for 14 weeks, has won a radio gig, and we cut away to listener Rita Hayworth, who’s back with her millionaire boyfriend (Alan Mowbray), because she thinks Tony deceived her, which we’ll soon learn he hasn’t, near the end of Columbia’s Music In My Heart, 1940.
Music In My Heart (1940) - You Catching The Boat? We've already met Tony Martin as English singer Bob, happily rushing to a Manhattan dock because he's being deported after a big breakthrough performance, and now he meets Rita Hayworth as Patricia, also headed to the boat, Don Brodie the winning cabbie, in Columbia's Music in My Heart, 1940.
Music In My Heart (1940) - Oh, What A Lovely Dream! Through a flimsy plot device in this Columbia Pictures vehicle for non-contract star Tony Martin, he’s been recruited to sing for a Manhattan politician (Joseph Crehan), from the neighborhood where his prospective new girlfriend Pat (Rita Hayworth) lives, and plays piano, with a Bob Wright-Chet Forrest original, in Music In My Heart, 1940.

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