George Diskant


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Bigamist (1953)
Director of Photography
Bandits of Corsica (1953)
Director of Photography
Face to Face (1952)
Photographer "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky"
On Dangerous Ground (1952)
Director of Photography
The Narrow Margin (1952)
Director of Photography
Kansas City Confidential (1952)
Director of Photography
Beware, My Lovely (1952)
Director of Photography
Storm over Tibet (1952)
Photography
Sealed Cargo (1951)
Director of Photography
The Racket (1951)
Director of Photography
Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (1950)
Director of Photography
Between Midnight and Dawn (1950)
Director of Photography
Fortunes of Captain Blood (1950)
Director of Photography
Law of the Badlands (1950)
Director of Photography
The Traveling Saleswoman (1950)
Director of Photography
David Harding, Counterspy (1950)
Director of Photography
A Woman's Secret (1949)
Director of Photography
Port of New York (1949)
Director of Photography
Masked Raiders (1949)
Director of Photography
They Live by Night (1949)
Director of Photography
Variety Time (1948)
Director of Photographer on Leon Errol seq
Guns of Hate (1948)
Director of Photography
Every Girl Should Be Married (1948)
Director of Photography
Fighting Father Dunne (1948)
Director of Photography
Under the Tonto Rim (1947)
Director of Photography
Banjo (1947)
Director of Photography
Desperate (1947)
Director of Photography
Riffraff (1947)
Director of Photography
Vacation in Reno (1946)
Director of Photography
Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (1946)
Director of Photography
Those Endearing Young Charms (1945)
2nd Camera
The Enchanted Cottage (1945)
2nd Camera
Career (1939)
Assistant Camera
Of Human Bondage (1934)
2nd Camera Assistant
The Fountain (1934)
Assistant Camera
The Little Minister (1934)
Assistant Camera
Blind Adventure (1933)
Assistant Camera
Diplomaniacs (1933)
Assistant Camera
Professional Sweetheart (1933)
Assistant Camera
No Other Woman (1933)
Assistant Camera
Little Women (1933)
Assistant Camera
Girl Crazy (1932)
Assistant Camera
The Lost Squadron (1932)
Assistant Camera
The Conquerors (1932)
Assistant Camera
State's Attorney (1932)
Assistant Camera
Ladies of the Jury (1932)
Assistant Camera
Way Back Home (1931)
Assistant Camera
Three Who Loved (1931)
Assistant Camera
Secret Service (1931)
Assistant Camera
Young Donovan's Kid (1931)
Assistant Camera
Are These Our Children (1931)
Assistant Camera
Cimarron (1931)
Camera crew--Land rush scenes

Life Events

Videos

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They Live By Night (1949) - They're Thieves, Just Like Us Keechie (Cathy O'Donnell) fetches Bowie (Farley Granger), injured and left behind after the jailbreak, to his fellow thieves, her uncle Chickamaw (Howard da Silva) and T-Dub (Jay C. Flippen), and her own crook father (Will Wright), the first meeting of the principals, in Nicholas Ray's They Live by Night, 1949.
Woman's Secret, A (1949) - Songs Of Estrellita The prominent movie music director Constantin Bakaleinikoff appears, directing a radio orchestra, as director Nicholas Ray introduces his leading ladies, Susan (Gloria Grahame) and Marian (Maureen O'Hara), opening A Woman's Secret, 1949, from a Vicki Baum novel.
Woman's Secret, A (1949) - Genius, Would You Say? Having confessed to a shooting, Marian (Maureen O'Hara) tells cop Fowler (Jay. C Flippen) she only wants to call her friend Luke (Melvyn Douglas), introduced appearing on a radio quiz show, in Nicholas Ray's A Woman's Secret, 1949.
Woman's Secret, A (1949) - Smudge Pots And Pest Control Having just learned that her own voice won't recover, singer Marian (Maureen O'Hara) and composer Luke (Melvyn Douglas) meet kooky shopgirl and aspiring singer Susan (Gloria Grahame), all in flashback, in Nicholas Ray's A Woman's Secret, 1949.
Desperate (1947) - We Were Gonna Celebrate Two consecutive high points for Audrey Long as innocent Ann, expecting to celebrate her four-month anniversary with war-hero truck-driver husband Steve (Steve Brodie), who was an unwilling participant in a robbery gone wrong, now on the run, early in director Anthony Mann’s Desperate, 1947.
Desperate (1947) - Some Junk For The County Fair The kindly sheriff who was about to take fugitives Steve and Ann (Steve Brodie, Audrey Long) into custody conveniently crashed into a tree, so they move on to their next conveyance, and a famous shot from director Anthony Mann with George E. Diskant’s camera, headed for her family farm, in Desperate, 1947.
Desperate (1947) - It's An Easy Job Ann (Audrey Long) with neighbor (Carol Forman) considers telling trucker husband Steve (Steve Brodie) she's pregnant, he arrives, calls Reynolds (William Challeee), secretly representing thug Walt (Raymond Burr), early in Anthony Mann's Desperate, 1947.
Narrow Margin, The (1952) - After You Detectives Brown (Charles McGraw) and Forbes (Don Beddoe) meet their feisty witness (Marie Windsor) before the train ride, in an early scene from Richard Fleischer's The Narrow Margin, 1952.
Narrow Margin, The (1952) - He's Dead And You're Alive Detective Brown (Charles McGraw) controls fury toward Mrs. Neall (Marie Windsor) the whiny witness he's guarding, then gets steely toward Kemp (David Clarke) who invades their sleeper, in Richard Fleischer's The Narrow Margin, 1952.
Narrow Margin, The (1952) - Steadier Nerves Cold then warm meeting with Ann (Jacqueline White) before Brown (Charles McGraw) sees reason to panic as Kemp (David Clarke) pursues his witness aboard the train in Richard Fleischer's The Narrow Margin, 1952.
They Live by Night (1949) - Opening, This Boy And This Girl The unorthodox and violent opening from the first feature directed by one of Hollywood's least conventional directors, Cathy O'Donnell with Farley Granger, then Howard da Silva and Jay C. Flippen, in Nicholas Ray's They Live By Night, 1949.
They Live By Night (1949) - You Like Your Old Man? Innocent Keechie (Cathy O'Donnell) gets friendlier with fugitive Bowie (Farley Granger) while the leader of his prison-break gang, her uncle Chickamaw (Howard da Silva), moves things along, in Nicholas Ray's directing debut, They Live By Night, 1949.

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