Edward Cronjager


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Devil's Partner (1961)
Director of Photography
The Girl in Lovers Lane (1960)
Director of Photography
The Threat (1960)
Director of Photography
Désirée (1954)
Loc Director of Photographer
Siege at Red River (1954)
Director of Photography
Powder River (1953)
Director of Photography
Treasure of the Golden Condor (1953)
Director of Photography
Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953)
Director of Photography
Lure of the Wilderness (1952)
Director of Photography
Bloodhounds of Broadway (1952)
Director of Photography
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951)
Director of Photography
Best of the Badmen (1951)
Director of Photography
Two Tickets to Broadway (1951)
Director of Photography
House by the River (1950)
Director of Photography
The Capture (1950)
Director of Photography
The Countess of Monte Cristo (1948)
Director of Photography
Relentless (1948)
Director of Photography
An Innocent Affair (1948)
Director of Photography
Honeymoon (1947)
Director of Photography
Desert Fury (1947)
Director of Photography
Canyon Passage (1946)
Director of Photography
Do You Love Me (1946)
Director of Photography
Colonel Effingham's Raid (1946)
Director of Photography
Nob Hill (1945)
Director of Photography
Paris--Underground (1945)
Cinematographer
Home in Indiana (1944)
Director of Photography
Irish Eyes Are Smiling (1944)
Director of Photography
My Friend Flicka (1943)
Director of Photography
Margin for Error (1943)
Director of Photography
The Gang's All Here (1943)
Director of Photography
Heaven Can Wait (1943)
Director of Photography
To the Shores of Tripoli (1942)
Director of Photography
The Pied Piper (1942)
Director of Photography
Friendly Enemies (1942)
Director of Photography
Girl Trouble (1942)
Director of Photography
Life Begins at Eight-Thirty (1942)
Director of Photography
Western Union (1941)
Director of Photography
A Very Young Lady (1941)
Director of Photography
I Wake Up Screaming (1941)
Director of Photography
Rise and Shine (1941)
Director of Photography
Sun Valley Serenade (1941)
Director of Photography
I Was an Adventuress (1940)
Director of Photography
Girl in 313 (1940)
Director of Photography
Young People (1940)
Photography
The Gay Caballero (1940)
Director of Photography
City of Chance (1940)
Photography
Youth Will Be Served (1940)
Director of Photography
Everything Happens at Night (1939)
Director of Photography
While New York Sleeps (1939)
Photography
The Escape (1939)
Director of Photography
Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence (1939)
Director of Photography
Winner Take All (1939)
Photography
Chicken Wagon Family (1939)
Director of Photography
The Gorilla (1939)
Photography
Too Busy to Work (1939)
Director of Photography
Rascals (1938)
Photography
Gateway (1938)
Photography
Keep Smiling (1938)
Photography
Island in the Sky (1938)
Photography
One in a Million (1937)
Photography
Thin Ice (1937)
Photography
Wake Up and Live (1937)
Photography
Wife, Doctor and Nurse (1937)
Photography
The Texas Rangers (1936)
Photography
Three Married Men (1936)
Photography
Special Investigator (1936)
Photography
Yellow Dust (1936)
Photography
Jalna (1935)
Photography
Roberta (1935)
Photography
Enchanted April (1935)
Photography
In Person (1935)
Photography
The Nitwits (1935)
Photography
Down to Their Last Yacht (1934)
Photography
Strictly Dynamite (1934)
Photography
Kentucky Kernels (1934)
Photography
Spitfire (1934)
Photography
Ann Vickers (1933)
Photography
Diplomaniacs (1933)
Photography
No Other Woman (1933)
Photography
Professional Sweetheart (1933)
Photography
If I Were Free (1933)
Photography
Sweepings (1933)
Photography
The Lost Squadron (1932)
Photography
Hell's Highway (1932)
Photography
Bird of Paradise (1932)
Photography
Girl Crazy (1932)
Photography
Roar of the Dragon (1932)
Photography
The Conquerors (1932)
Photography
Secret Service (1931)
Photography
Cimarron (1931)
Photography
Public Defender (1931)
Photography
Young Donovan's Kid (1931)
Photography
He Knew Women (1930)
Director of Photography
Lovin' the Ladies (1930)
Director of Photography
Seven Keys to Baldpate (1930)
Director of Photography
Shooting Straight (1930)
Director of Photography
The Love Doctor (1929)
Director of Photography
Nothing But the Truth (1929)
Director of Photography
Redskin (1929)
Director of Photography
Fashions in Love (1929)
Director of Photography
The Wheel of Life (1929)
Camera
Fast Company (1929)
Director of Photography
What a Night (1928)
Director of Photography
Warming Up (1928)
Director of Photography
Moran of the Marines (1928)
Director of Photography
Just Married (1928)
Director of Photography
Sporting Goods (1928)
Director of Photography
Easy Come, Easy Go (1928)
Director of Photography
Shanghai Bound (1927)
Director of Photography
Paradise for Two (1927)
Director of Photography
Knockout Reilly (1927)
Director of Photography
The Gay Defender (1927)
Director of Photography
Man Power (1927)
Director of Photography
The Quarterback (1926)
Director of Photography
Say It Again (1926)
Director of Photography
Let's Get Married (1926)
Director of Photography
Womanhandled (1925)
Director of Photography

Life Events

1925

First film as cinematographer "Womanhandled"

Videos

Movie Clip

Sun Valley Serenade (1941) - Chattanooga Choo Choo After the vocal and instrumental from Glenn Miller's band, the last bit of the number, Dorothy Dandridge the girl singer, with her future husband, the taller Nicholas brother Harold, and his brother Fayard, the famous tune by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon, in Sun Valley Serenade, 1941.
Sun Valley Serenade (1941) - That Must Be Her Chest Measurement At Ellis Island on a publicity stunt, big band pianist Ted (John Payne), manager Nifty (Milton Berle) and bandleader Phil (Glenn Miller, the bandleader), arrive to pick up their kid war orphan, who turns out to be Sonja Henie, in Twentieth Century-Fox's It Happened In Sun Valley, 1941.
Ann Vickers (1933) - I Once Bit A Policeman Popular Settlement House worker Irene Dunne (title character) meets Captain Resnick (Bruce Cabot), about to ship off to war in Europe, John Cromwell directing, from the first novel published by Sinclair Lewis after he won the Nobel Prize for Literature, in Ann Vickers, 1933.
Ann Vickers (1933) - Muck And Slime Of Life Following what in the original Sinclair Lewis novel is openly called an abortion, social worker Irene Dunne (title character) is more vague as she convalesces and reflects with doctor and friend Malvina (Edna May Oliver), in Ann Vickers, 1933, directed by John Cromwell.
Ann Vickers (1933) - You Look Reasonably Disillusioned A good four reels into the film, Irene Dunne (title character), now a famous author and social scientist, finally meets Walter Huston, her fellow above-the-title star, a leading judge who recently blurbed her book, in Ann Vickers, 1933, from the Sinclair Lewis novel.
Honeymoon (1947) - The Walter Pidgeon Type American consul David (Franchot Tone) brought stranded bride Barbara (Shirley Temple) to a Mexico City club for a meal, as she tries to locate her soldier fiancé Phil, but she’s up for dancing too, which worries his future father-in-law (Julio Villareal), in Honeymoon, 1947.
Honeymoon (1947) - Every Smart Young Diplomat Franchot Tone is David, U.S. Consul in Mexico City receiving his local fiancée (Lina Romay), Gene Lockhart with his staff, then young Barbara (Shirley Temple) from Minnesota, needing help because her soldier fiancé (Guy Madison) couldn’t make their wedding date, in RKO’s Honeymoon, 1947.
Nitwits, The (1935) - You Opened My Eyes George Stevens with a clever opening, directing his third feature and his second Wheeler & Woolsey vehicle, with a song introduced by Joey Ray, Joan Andrews also singing, the tune by Felix Bernard and L. Wolfe Gilbert, Donald Kerr the lackey, Hale Hamilton the music company boss, and the stars, Bert and Robert, running the cigar shop (Betty Grable in the photo!), in The Nitwits, 1935.
Nitwits, The (1935) - Music In My Heart If Betty Grable looks like she’s 18 it’s because she was, in one of her earliest credited features, as Mary, secretary to the boss upstairs at the music publishing company, who needs a murder song, so she can’t wait to tell her songwriting beau Johnnie (Bert Wheeler) down at the cigar shop, launching into a Jimmy McHugh-Dorothy Fields original, in the Wheeler & Woolsey comedy The Nitwits, 1935.
Nitwits, The (1935) - The Black Widow's Going To Get You! Having by chance written a song about the “Black Widow,” not knowing that music publishing company boss Lake (Hale Hamilton), to whom they’re pitching the song, is being tormented by a blackmailer by that very name, Bert hesitates but Robert manages to perform, in the Wheeler & Woolsey vehicle The Nitwits, 1935.
Kentucky Kernels (1934) - Nothing But Nets George Stevens directs this unusually warm opening to a comedy-team formula picture, Paul Page as a rich guy ending it all, then the partners, dreamy Bert Wheeler and grouchy Bert Wheeler, passively fishing, in RKO's Kentucky Kernels, 1934.
Kentucky Kernels (1934) - One Silly Little Habit Comedy teammates Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey (specs and cigar, playing a magician) are adopting, from Margaret Dumont, an orphan, for the depressed rich guy they've befriended, and it's troublesome Spanky McFarland, so they meet a cop (Edgar Dearing) too, early in Kentucky Kernels, 1934.

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Family

Jules Cronjager
Uncle
Director of photography.

Companions

Kay Sutton
Wife
Actor. Divorced.
Yvette Cronjager
Wife
Fifth wife; born in November 1913; died in September 1998.

Bibliography