Lester White


Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Like Mother Like Daughter (1969)
Claude's friend
The Deadly Affair (1967)
Harek

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Street of Darkness (1958)
Director of Photography
The Monster that Challenged the World (1957)
Director of Photography
Drango (1957)
Addl Photographer
5 Against the House (1955)
Director of Photography
Top Gun (1955)
Director of Photography
Wyoming Renegades (1955)
Director of Photography
Women's Prison (1955)
Director of Photography
The Lone Gun (1954)
Director of Photography
Overland Pacific (1954)
Director of Photography
Pushover (1954)
Director of Photography
Drums of Tahiti (1954)
Director of Photography
The Outlaw Stallion (1954)
Director of Photography
Jesse James vs. the Daltons (1954)
Director of Photography
Massacre Canyon (1954)
Director of Photography
The 49th Man (1953)
Director of Photography
White Lightning (1953)
Photography
The Stranger Wore a Gun (1953)
Director of Photography
Gun Fury (1953)
Director of Photography
Sky Commando (1953)
Director of Photography
Fort Ti (1953)
Director of Photography
Harem Girl (1952)
Director of Photography
Hurricane Island (1951)
Director of Photography
When the Redskins Rode (1951)
Director of Photography
New Mexico (1951)
Addl Photographer
Gasoline Alley (1951)
Director of Photography
The Fireball (1950)
Photography
He's a Cockeyed Wonder (1950)
Director of Photography
The Good Humor Man (1950)
Director of Photography
The Daring Caballero (1949)
Director of Photography
The Fuller Brush Man (1948)
Director of Photography
Jungle Jim (1948)
Director of Photography
Little Mister Jim (1947)
Director of Photography
The Spirit of West Point (1947)
Director of Photography
The Hidden Eye (1945)
Director of Photography
Blonde Fever (1945)
Director of Photography
Lost in a Harem (1944)
Director of Photography
Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble (1944)
Director of Photography
Whistling in Brooklyn (1943)
Director of Photography
White Savage (1943)
Director of Photography
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1943)
Director of Photography
Sherlock Holmes in Washington (1943)
Director of Photography
A Yank on the Burma Road (1942)
Director of Photography
Miss Annie Rooney (1942)
Director of Photography
The Courtship of Andy Hardy (1942)
Director of Photography
Babes on Broadway (1942)
Director of Photography
The Invisible Agent (1942)
Director of Photography
Life Begins for Andy Hardy (1941)
Director of Photography
Andy Hardy's Private Secretary (1941)
Director of Photography
Beyond Tomorrow (1940)
Director of Photography
Calling Dr. Kildare (1939)
Photography
Judge Hardy and Son (1939)
Director of Photography
Burn 'Em Up O'Connor (1939)
Photography
The Hardys Ride High (1939)
Photography
Henry Goes Arizona (1939)
Director of Photography
Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever (1939)
Photography
Out West with the Hardys (1938)
Photography
Listen, Darling (1938)
Photography
Judge Hardy's Children (1938)
Photography
Yellow Jack (1938)
Photography
Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938)
Photography
You're Only Young Once (1937)
Photography
Women Men Marry (1937)
Photography
Bad Guy (1937)
Photography
A Family Affair (1937)
Photography
We Went to College (1936)
Photography
Exclusive Story (1936)
Photography
Sworn Enemy (1936)
Photography
Speed (1936)
Photography
The Longest Night (1936)
Photography
Absolute Quiet (1936)
Photography
Murder Man (1935)
Photography
Society Doctor (1935)
Photography
Calm Yourself (1935)
Photography
Times Square Lady (1935)
Photography
Laughing Boy (1934)
Photography
The Merry Widow (1934)
2nd Camera
A Wicked Woman (1934)
Photography
Another Language (1933)
Camera Operator
Hold Your Man (1933)
2nd Camera
The Barbarian (1933)
2nd Camera
When Ladies Meet (1933)
2nd Camera
The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933)
Photography
Strange Interlude (1932)
Camera Operator
Disorderly Conduct (1932)
Camera Operator
Silence (1931)
2nd Camera

Writer (Feature Film)

The Bob Hope Vietnam Christmas Show (1966)
Screenwriter

Visual Effects (Feature Film)

The Canterville Ghost (1944)
Special Effects Camera

Writer (Special)

Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope on Campus (1975)
Writer

Special Thanks (Special)

Bob Hope Special: Bob Hope on Campus (1975)
Writer

Cinematography (Short)

Seeing Hands (1943)
Cinematographer
The Woman in the House (1942)
Cinematographer
Ghost Treasure (1941)
Cinematographer
The Miracle of Sound (1940)
Director Of Photography
Women in Hiding (1940)
Cinematographer
Buyer Beware (1940)
Cinematographer
The Ship That Died (1938)
Cinematographer
"What Do You Think?" Tupapaoo (1938)
Cinematographer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Beyond Tomorrow (1940) - The Soul Of Man Is Immortal Quote from Benjamin Franklin, a city montage and the introduction of Harry Carey as Melton, C. Aubrey Smith as Major Chadwick, then joined by their more festive housemate and partner in their prosperous engineering firm, Charles Winninger as O’Brien, in Beyond Tomorrow, 1940, produced by the acclaimed cinematographer Lee Garmes.
Beyond Tomorrow (1940) - It Rarely Seemed Like Christmas We’ve learned that housekeeper Tanya (Maria Ouspenskaya) is a refugee Russian noble, long part of the unrelated family household comprised of prosperous engineering-firm partners and roommates Chadwick (C. Aubrey Smith), Melton (Harry Carey) and O’Brien (Charles Winninger), on Christmas Eve, in Beyond Tomorrow, 1940.
Beyond Tomorrow (1940) - Somebody Here Lose A Wallet? Alone for Christmas Eve dinner, New York engineering-firm partners and bachelor roommates Melton, O’Brien and Chadwick (Harry Carey, Charles Winninger, C. Aubrey Smith) tried a bet to see who would return deliberately lost wallets containing ten dollars cash, producing first Richard Carlson, then Jean Parker, in Beyond Tomorrow, 1940.
Murder Man, The (1935) - Very Fatally Dead In the press room at the precinct, crime beat reporters (William Demarest, Bobby Watson, Lucien Littlefield, Fuzzy Knight, and James Stewart as "Shorty") get word of a big time killing, early in The Murder Man, 1935.
Murder Man, The (1935) - Cynical Drunken Bum First appearance for the much sought after murder specialist reporter Steve Grey (Spencer Tracy), returned from a bender and visiting Mary (Virginia Bruce) and Robins (Robert Barrat) in the newsroom, in The Murder Man, 1935.
Murder Man, The (1936) - I'll Be At Sing Sing Advice columnist Mary (Virginia Bruce) drops in on vacationing crime reporter Steve (Spencer Tracy), not realizing Shorty (James Stewart) has arrived in her rumble seat with a message from their editor, in The Murder Man, 1935.
Laughing Boy (1934) - It Is White Man's Way Family-oriented young Navajo (Ramon Novarro, title character) is more virtuous than his new fianceè “Slim Girl” (Lupe Velez), whom he’s bringing home to meet his folks after meeting her at a cosmopolitan tribal gathering in the southern part of the reservation, in MGM’s Laughing Boy, 1934.
Family Affair, A (1937) - Keep It Dark! Mom Hardy (Spring Byington) and Aunt Milly (Sara Haden) with Andy (Mickey Rooney, his first scene in the role) taking a call from sister Marion (Cecilia Parker), and the judge (Lionel Barrymore) arrives home, in the first Hardy family movie, A Family Affair, 1937.
Speed (1936) - -- Flesh Is Weak Usually popular test-driver Terry (James Stewart) is annoying other people's girlfriends (Patricia Wilder) at the company banquet because the new P-R girl Jane (Wendy Barrie) snubbed him, his pal Josephine (Una Merkel) offering counsel, in MGM's Speed, 1936.
Speed (1936) - Modernized Confusion Test driver Terry (James Stewart, in his first top-billed role) is showing the new PR gal Jane (Wendy Barrie) around the plant, joined by his buddy, inventor-mechanic Gadget (Ted Healy) then getting big-footed by the bigger-shot engineer Frank (Weldon Heyburn), early in MGM’s Speed, 1936.
Speed (1936) - -- Isn't The Driver Hurt? MGM creating auto industry ambiance using Chrysler facilities in Detroit for the action shots, Wendy Barrie, Weldon Heyburn and Ted Healy introduce themselves before James Stewart, as "Terry," in his first top-billed role, in the low-budget feature Speed, 1936.
Family Affair, A (1937) - You've Changed! Andy (Mickey Rooney), who doesn't like girls, is baffled upon arriving to pick up Polly Benedict (Margaret Marquis), in the first Hardy family movie, A Family Affair, 1937.

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