Arthur L. Todd


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Lady Gangster (1942)
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Bad Men of Missouri (1941)
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The Smiling Ghost (1941)
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The Great Mr. Nobody (1941)
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Three Sons O'Guns (1941)
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You're in the Army Now (1941)
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An Angel from Texas (1940)
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A Fugitive from Justice (1940)
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River's End (1940)
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South of Suez (1940)
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Naughty but Nice (1939)
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The Angels Wash Their Faces (1939)
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On Dress Parade (1939)
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Torchy Blane...Playing with Dynamite (1939)
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City in Terror (1939)
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The Amazing Mr. Williams (1939)
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Going Places (1938)
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Torchy Gets Her Man (1938)
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Penrod and His Twin Brother (1938)
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Crime School (1938)
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Girls on Probation (1938)
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He Couldn't Say No (1938)
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Penrod's Double Trouble (1938)
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Men in Exile (1937)
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Melody for Two (1937)
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Torchy Blane, the Adventurous Blonde (1937)
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Back in Circulation (1937)
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Sing Me a Love Song (1937)
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Marry the Girl (1937)
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Her Husband's Secretary (1937)
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Boulder Dam (1936)
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Murder by an Aristocrat (1936)
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The Murder of Dr. Harrigan (1936)
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Earthworm Tractors (1936)
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Jailbreak (1936)
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Snowed Under (1936)
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Down the Stretch (1936)
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Here Comes Carter (1936)
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Broadway Hostess (1935)
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Red Hot Tires (1935)
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The Payoff (1935)
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Alibi Ike (1935)
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We're in the Money (1935)
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Miss Pacific Fleet (1935)
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The Florentine Dagger (1935)
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I've Got Your Number (1934)
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Babbitt (1934)
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Harold Teen (1934)
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Return of the Terror (1934)
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Big Hearted Herbert (1934)
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College Coach (1933)
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Wild Boys of the Road (1933)
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Girl Missing (1933)
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Ever in My Heart (1933)
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Elmer the Great (1933)
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She Had to Say Yes (1933)
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Hot Saturday (1932)
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Wild Horse Mesa (1932)
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Million Dollar Legs (1932)
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Their Mad Moment (1931)
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Monkey Business (1931)
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Once a Sinner (1931)
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Under Suspicion (1931)
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The Lawyer's Secret (1931)
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Touchdown! (1931)
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Sooky (1931)
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Así es la vida (1930)
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What a Man (1930)
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A Devil With Women (1930)
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The Dancers (1930)
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Loose Ankles (1930)
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Embarrassing Moments (1930)
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His Lucky Day (1929)
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Red Hot Speed (1929)
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The Forward Pass (1929)
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One Hysterical Night (1929)
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Clear the Decks (1929)
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That's My Daddy (1928)
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Good Morning, Judge (1928)
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Hot Heels (1928)
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The Night Bird (1928)
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Thanks for the Buggy Ride (1928)
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Golf Widows (1928)
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How To Handle Women (1928)
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The Fourth Commandment (1927)
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The Cheerful Fraud (1927)
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Fast and Furious (1927)
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Out All Night (1927)
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The Small Bachelor (1927)
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Watch Your Wife (1926)
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What Happened to Jones (1926)
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Her Big Night (1926)
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Skinner's Dress Suit (1926)
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Take It From Me (1926)
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Rolling Home (1926)
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Just a Woman (1925)
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One Year To Live (1925)
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Sporting Life (1925)
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In Every Woman's Life (1924)
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The White Moth (1924)
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Torment (1924)
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Gold Heels (1924)
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The Brass Bottle (1923)
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Speed King (1923)
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The Isle of Lost Ships (1923)
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Forget-Me-Not (1922)
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According to Hoyle (1922)
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The Dream Cheater (1920)
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The House of Whispers (1920)
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$30,000 (1920)
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The Coast of Opportunity (1920)
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Number 99 (1920)
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The Devil to Pay (1920)
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The Green Flame (1920)
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Live Sparks (1920)
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The Challenge of Chance (1919)
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The Lord Loves the Irish (1919)
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Deliverance (1919)
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Betsy Ross (1917)
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Life Events

Videos

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Million Dollar Legs (1932) - Klopstokia, Goats And Nuts Opening with pace and absurdity, Edward Cline directing for producer Herman J. Mankiewicz from a story by his brother Joseph L. ., we meet George Barbier as Baldwin, top-billed Jack Oakie as his salesman Tweeny and Susan Fleming with Dickie Moore as her little brother, in Million Dollar Legs, co-starring W.C. Fields.
Million Dollar Legs (1932) - Put Yourself Under Arrest! Introducing second-billed W.C. Fields, president of Klopstokia, dueling with a Dictaphone when he’s intercepted by smitten salesman Tweeny (Jack Oakie), and we soon discover his crush (Susan Fleming) is the president’s daughter, in Million Dollar Legs, 1932, from a story by Joseph L. Mankiewicz.
Million Dollar Legs (1932) - The Usual Oath Of Allegiance Hugh Herbert the ringleading secretary of treasury, Billy Gilbert sneezing, Vernon Dent, Teddy Hart, Irving Bacon also in the cabinet, as W.C. Fields, of course the President, asserts his dominance, in the nutso Paramount comedy in Million Dollar Legs, 1932, from producer Herman J. Mankiewicz, from a story by his brother Joseph L.
Ever In My Heart (1933) - Two Little German Puppies Fairly newly married Mary (Barbara Stanwyck) and her German immigrant professor husband Hugo (Otto Kruger) settle on a dachshund then welcome a baby, sometime around 1910, in director Archie Mayo's semi-political melodrama Ever In My Heart, 1933.
Ever In My Heart (1933) - United We Stand Proud wife Mary (Barbara Stanwyck) and buddy Jeff (Ralph Bellamy) remarking as all celebrate the citizenship of German immigrant Hugo (Otto Kruger), his boss Hoffman (Frank Reicher) especially pleased, everything okay so far, in Ever In My Heart, 1933, directed by Archie Mayo.
Elmer The Great (1933) - Don't Tell Nobody! Donna Mae Roberts on the switchboard, Charles Wilson the big-shot calling from Chicago, Patricia Ellis as Nellie at the store, various other characters in the Indiana home town, in a script based on a Broadway play by Ring Lardner and George M. Cohan, opening the First National Joe E. Brown vehicle, Elmer The Great, 1933.
Loose Ankles (1930) - You Don't Mind Being Compromised? Timid Gil (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) has answered an ad from wealthy Ann (Loretta Young) for an "unscrupulous" man, as she tries to stop her too-rich family from getting another inheritance by causing a public scandal, her maid (Daphne Pollard) helping, in Loose Ankles, 1930.

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