Harry Wild


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Conqueror (1956)
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Underwater! (1955)
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Top of the World (1955)
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She Couldn't Say No (1954)
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The French Line (1954)
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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)
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Affair with a Stranger (1953)
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Son of Paleface (1952)
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The Las Vegas Story (1952)
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Macao (1952)
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Two Tickets to Broadway (1951)
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Gambling House (1951)
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My Forbidden Past (1951)
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His Kind of Woman (1951)
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Walk Softly, Stranger (1950)
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Easy Living (1949)
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The Threat (1949)
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The Big Steal (1949)
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Strange Bargain (1949)
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Pitfall (1948)
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Station West (1948)
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The Woman on the Beach (1947)
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Tycoon (1947)
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They Won't Believe Me (1947)
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Till the End of Time (1946)
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The Falcon's Adventure (1946)
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Nocturne (1946)
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Radio Stars on Parade (1945)
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Johnny Angel (1945)
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Wanderer of the Wasteland (1945)
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First Yank into Tokyo (1945)
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West of the Pecos (1945)
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Cornered (1945)
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The Falcon Out West (1944)
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Mademoiselle Fifi (1944)
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Murder, My Sweet (1944)
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Nevada (1944)
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So This Is Washington (1943)
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Stage Door Canteen (1943)
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Tarzan's Desert Mystery (1943)
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Tarzan Triumphs (1943)
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Rookies in Burma (1943)
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Land of the Open Range (1942)
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Valley of the Sun (1942)
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Riding the Wind (1942)
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The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
Addl Photographer
Six-Gun Gold (1941)
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The Bandit Trail (1941)
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Cyclone on Horseback (1941)
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Dude Cowboy (1941)
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Come on Danger (1941)
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Robbers of the Range (1941)
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The Saint in Palm Springs (1941)
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Citizen Kane (1941)
Photographer of addl scenes, inserts and retakes
Prairie Law (1940)
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Wagon Train (1940)
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Bullet Code (1940)
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Legion of the Lawless (1940)
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The Fargo Kid (1940)
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Millionaires in Prison (1940)
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Laddie (1940)
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The Fighting Gringo (1939)
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Trouble in Sundown (1939)
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Racketeers of the Range (1939)
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Arizona Legion (1939)
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The Rookie Cop (1939)
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The Marshal of Mesa City (1939)
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Timber Stampede (1939)
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The Renegade Ranger (1938)
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Lawless Valley (1938)
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Painted Desert (1938)
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Army Girl (1938)
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Lady Behave! (1938)
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Portia on Trial (1937)
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Racing Lady (1937)
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Don't Tell the Wife (1937)
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The Big Game (1936)
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Chasing Yesterday (1935)
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Bachelor Bait (1934)
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Cockeyed Cavaliers (1934)
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Flying Devils (1933)
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Diplomaniacs (1933)
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Midshipman Jack (1933)
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Son of the Border (1933)
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The Monkey's Paw (1933)
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The Animal Kingdom (1932)
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Girl Crazy (1932)
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The Lost Squadron (1932)
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Hell's Highway (1932)
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Men of Chance (1932)
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Secrets of the French Police (1932)
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Young Donovan's Kid (1931)
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Way Back Home (1931)
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Three Who Loved (1931)
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Cimarron (1931)
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Are These Our Children (1931)
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Cinematography (Short)

A Panic In The Parlor (1941)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Mademoiselle Fifi (1944) - In Occupied France Opening from director Robert Wise and screenwriters Josef Mischel and Peter Ruric, from a Guy de Maupassant story, establishing France during the 1870 Prussian occupation, Charles Waldron a priest, Kurt Kreuger the improbably named title character, in Mademoiselle Fifi, 1944, starring Simone Simon.
Mademoiselle Fifi (1944) - Little Launderesses Or Liberals Introducing the protagonist, Simone Simon as laundress Elisabeth, catching a stage during the 1870 Prussian occupation of France with her social superiors (the bourgeoisie Alan Napier, Romaine Callender, Helen Freeman, Norma Varden, and Edmund Glover the priest), Jason Robards the voluble merchant, John Emery the agitator, in Mademoiselle Fifi, 1944.
Mademoiselle Fifi (1944) - More Than A Patriot Everybody happier as resourceful laundress Elisabeth (Simone Simon) has shared her plentiful poultry with her famished upper-class stage coach companions, congratulated especially by Norma Varden and Jason Robards Sr., during the 1870 Prussian occupation of France, in RKO’s Mademoiselle Fifi, 1944.
Till The End Of Time (1946) - Silver Star Purple Heart Interesting contrast between actors, one known for sublime talent, the other for not acting, Robert Mitchum (as "Tabershaw") and Guy Madison (as "Harper"), being de-mobbed in Edward Dmytryk's Till The End Of Time, 1946.
Till The End Of Time (1946) - I'm Driving You Home Nice scene by director Edward Dmytryk, soldier-come-home Cliff (Guy Madison) meets barkeep Scuffy (Harry von Zell), pal Pinky (Loren Tindall) and the forward war-widow Pat (Dorothy McGuire) in Till The End Of Time, 1946.
Till The End Of Time (1946) - Some Super Ideas Soldier Cliff (Guy Madison) arrives home and meets the eager new girl next door with overpowering pigtails, Helen (Jean Porter, who would later marry the director) in Edward Dmytryk's Till The End Of Time, 1946.
Pitfall (1948) - She Probably Doesn't Appeal To You Ending their day-long first encounter, including boating, married insurance man John (Dick Powell) leaves model Mona (Lizabeth Scott), from whom he was collecting ill-gotten gains, sneaks home late, then handles creepy P-I Mac (Raymond Burr), in Pitfall, 1948, directed by Andre De Toth.
Woman On The Beach, The - Afraid Of Ghosts Fresh from a visit to his sensible fiancee', Coast Guardsman Burnett (Robert Ryan) meets mysterious beachcomber Peggy (Joan Bennett), early in director Jean Renoir's The Woman On The Beach, 1947.
Pitfall (1948) - Are You A Prowler? The first encounter between bored, married insurance man John (Dick Powell) and world-weary model Mona (Lizabeth Scott), who's come to her apartment to collect gifts her now-convicted boyfriend purchased with embezzled funds, early in director Andre De Toth's Pitfall, 1948.
Pitfall (1948) - No South America? Played just about as it would be in a comedy, Dick Powell as insurance man John and Jane Wyatt as wife Sue are introduced by director Andre De Toth, in the highly-regarded Noir Pitfall, 1948, which writer Jay Dratler originally titled Husbands Die First.
Tarzan Triumphs (1943) - Iron Bird Come Having explained that Jane's away in England caring for her mother, Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller) and Boy (Johnny Sheffield) notice a plane, which turns out to be German and drops radio-man Schmidt (Rex Williams), early in Tarzan Triumphs, 1943.
Tarzan Triumphs (1943) - Making Slaves Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller) and Boy (Johnny Sheffield) are chatting with German Schmidt (Rex Williams), whom they've rescued, when they discover neighboring native princess Zandra (Frances Gifford) in trouble, pursued by pith-helmeted Nazis led by Sig Ruman, in Tarzan Triumphs, 1943.

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