Tony Gaudio


Director Of Photography

Biography

Highly prolific cinematographer--he allegedly shot over 1,000 films--in the US from 1906.

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The Price of Success (1925)
Director

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Red Pony (1949)
Director of Photography
The Countess of Monte Cristo (1948)
Director of Photography
Swell Guy (1947)
Director of Photography
That's My Man (1947)
Director of Photography
Love from a Stranger (1947)
Director of Photography
I've Always Loved You (1946)
Director of Photography
The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (1946)
Director of Photography
A Song to Remember (1945)
Director of Photography
Experiment Perilous (1944)
Director of Photography
Days of Glory (1944)
Director of Photography
I'll Be Seeing You (1944)
Photography
The Constant Nymph (1943)
Director of Photography
Corvette K-225 (1943)
Director of Photography
Background to Danger (1943)
Director of Photography
Wings for the Eagle (1942)
Director of Photography
Larceny, Inc. (1942)
Director of Photography
The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942)
Director of Photography
You Can't Escape Forever (1942)
Director of Photography
High Sierra (1941)
Director of Photography
Navy Blues (1941)
Director of Photography
Affectionately Yours (1941)
Director of Photography
The Great Lie (1941)
Director of Photography
The Letter (1940)
Photography
Knute Rockne--All American (1940)
Director of Photography
The Fighting 69th (1940)
Photography
Brother Orchid (1940)
Photography
'Til We Meet Again (1940)
Photography
The Old Maid (1939)
Photography
Juarez (1939)
Photography
We Are Not Alone (1939)
Photography
Garden of the Moon (1938)
Photography
The Dawn Patrol (1938)
Photography
The Sisters (1938)
Photography
Torchy Blane in Panama (1938)
Photography
The Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse (1938)
Photography
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
Photography
The King and the Chorus Girl (1937)
Photography
San Quentin (1937)
2nd Unit Photography
The Life of Emile Zola (1937)
Photography
God's Country and the Woman (1937)
Photography
Another Dawn (1937)
Photography
Kid Galahad (1937)
Photography
The White Angel (1936)
Photography
The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936)
Photography
Anthony Adverse (1936)
Photography
Front Page Woman (1935)
Photography
Dr. Socrates (1935)
Photography
Bordertown (1935)
Photography
Go into Your Dance (1935)
Director of Photography
The Case of the Lucky Legs (1935)
Photography
The White Cockatoo (1935)
Photography
Little Big Shot (1935)
Photography
Oil for the Lamps of China (1935)
Photography
Upper World (1934)
Photography
Fog over Frisco (1934)
Photography
The Man with Two Faces (1934)
Photography
Happiness Ahead (1934)
Photography
The Dragon Murder Case (1934)
Photography
Mandalay (1934)
Photography
Ladies Must Love (1933)
Photography
The World Changes (1933)
Photography
The Silk Express (1933)
Photography
Private Detective 62 (1933)
Photography
Ex-Lady (1933)
Photography
Blondie Johnson (1933)
Photography
Voltaire (1933)
Photography
Lady Killer (1933)
Photography
The Narrow Corner (1933)
Photography
Tiger Shark (1932)
Photography
The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932)
Photography
Sky Devils (1932)
Photography
Little Caesar (1931)
Photography
The Lady Who Dared (1931)
Photography
General Crack (1930)
Director of Photography
Hell's Angels (1930)
Ch Camera Camera
Tiger Rose (1929)
Director of Photography
On With the Show (1929)
Director of Photography
She Goes to War (1929)
Director of Photography
The Racket (1928)
Director of Photography
The Notorious Lady (1927)
Director of Photography
An Affair of the Follies (1927)
Director of Photography
The Blonde Saint (1926)
Director of Photography
The Temptress (1926)
Director of Photography
Upstage (1926)
Camera
The Lady (1925)
Director of Photography
Graustark (1925)
Director of Photography
Déclassée (1925)
Director of Photography
The Only Woman (1924)
Director of Photography
Secrets (1924)
Director of Photography
Within the Law (1923)
Director of Photography
Adam and Eva (1923)
Addl Photographer
Ashes of Vengeance (1923)
Director of Photography
The Voice from the Minaret (1923)
Director of Photography
Shattered Idols (1922)
Director of Photography
The Eternal Flame (1922)
Director of Photography
Pilgrims of the Night (1921)
Director of Photography
The Ten Dollar Raise (1921)
Director of Photography
The Sin of Martha Queed (1921)
Director of Photography
The Other Woman (1921)
Director of Photography
The Fighting Shepherdess (1920)
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The Forbidden Thing (1920)
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Kismet (1920)
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The Inferior Sex (1920)
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An Adventuress (1920)
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Whispering Devils (1920)
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The Unpardonable Sin (1919)
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Big Tremaine (1916)
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Pidgin Island (1916)
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The River of Romance (1916)
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Classmates (1914)
Camera
Princess Nicotine (1909)
Cinematographer

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Strongheart (1914)
Photography

Life Events

1903

First film as cinematographer

1906

Immigrated to the US

1925

Film director

Videos

Movie Clip

Ex-Lady (1933) - That's What He Said Now at a chic Manhattan show hosted by painter Nick (Monroe Owsley), Bette Davis, as in-demand magazine illustrator Helen, parries his advances, with provocative chat about his nudes, until they’re joined by her less-prominent but loyal beau Don (Gene Raymond), who reaffirms their plan to not marry, in the edgy pre-Code Warner Bros.’ sex comedy Ex-Lady, 1933.
Kid Galahad (1937) - He Used To Be A Farmer Harry Carey as trainer Silver has been sent by the girlfriend of his promoter boss (Bette Davis and Edward G. Robinson, not seen here) to hide novice prize-fighter Ward (Wayne Morris, title character) with Edward G’s mom (Soledad Jimenez) and, not previously mentioned, kid sister Marie (Jane Bryan), Michael Curtiz directing, in Warner Bros.’ Kid Galahad, 1937.
Kid Galahad (1937) - Sugar Is Going For Gooseberry Crooked fight manager Morgan (Humphrey Bogart) arrives at the party thrown by rival Nick (Edward G. Robinson), whom he’s just-about ruined, girlfriend Bette Davis smoothing things over, all the gals swooning over the just-introduced title character bellhop Guisenberry (Wayne Morris), in Kid Galahad, 1937.
Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, The (1938) - Some Slight Mental Aberration Loyal nurse Randolph (Gale Page) tries to keep up as her employer (Edward G. Robinson), who’s just informed her that he committed a series of big jewel heists, explains his reasoning, which is getting near science fiction, in the Warner Bros. crime drama The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, 1938.
Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, The (1938) - You Make The Perfect Target It’s nowhere near clear what Edward G. Robinson’s angle is, but he’s the title character, at a society party, interrupting a burglary by Billy Wayne, Humphrey Bogart escaping, as hostess Mrs. Updyke (Georgia Caine) twitters, Anatole Litvak directing, in Warner Bros.’ The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, 1938.
Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, The (1938) - The Guy's A Ghost Edward G. Robinson (title character, dabbling in jewel thievery to satisfy his scientific curiosity) has bluffed his way in to meet fence Jo Keller (Claire Trevor), surprised to find out she’s a girl, Maxie Rosenbloom her goon, Humphrey Bogart her cohort “Rocks,” in The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, 1938.
Story Of Louis Pasteur, The (1936) - A Victim Of Your Bigotry Paris, 1860, summoned to the court of emperor Napoleon III (Walter Kingsford) in recognition for earlier feats, chemist Paul Muni (title character) rants about germs, irritating physician Charbonnet (Fritz Leiber) and gets blamed (by Porter Hall) for a murder committed by a civilian who supported his theories, then is consoled by Martel (Donald Woods), in The Story Of Louis Pasteur, 1936.
Story Of Louis Pasteur, The (1936) - Predict The Hour Of My Death Divided over whether to support the title character (Paul Muni), their colleague, in his so-far unsuccessful quest for a rabies vaccine, the French medical academy leadership, led by fictional Charbonnet (Fritz Leiber), visits his lab, prompting a dramatic exhibition, in Warner Bros. The Story Of Louis Pasteur, 1936, with Akim Tamiroff as Zaranoff. and Raymond Brown as Radisse, with the pipe.
Story Of Louis Pasteur, The (1936) - Our Criminal Disregard For Germs The last of three vignettes introducing the title character (Paul Muni) finds rulers Napoleon III and Eugenie (Walter Kingsford, Iphigenie Castiglioni) more open-minded than Charbonnet (Fritz Leiber), as the wife (Josephine Hutchinson) and assistant (Henry O'Neill) keep faith, in The Story Of Louis Pasteur, 1936.
Story Of Louis Pasteur, The (1936) - Savior Of The Sheep Ca. 1870, officials Radisse (Raymond Brown) and Martel (Donald Woods) visit Arbois, site of the current Pasteur museum, where Paul Muni (title character), with daughter (Anita Louise) and aide Roux (Henry O'Neill), is treating anthrax, in Warner Bros.' The Story Of Louis Pasteur, 1936.
Blondie Johnson (1933) - Not During Business Hours Arriving in the big city, having sworn to turn things around after her mom died upstate from sheer poverty, the so-far virtuous title character (Joan Blondell) tries some trickery on cabbie Red (Sterling Holloway), Ray Enright directing, early in Warner Bros.’ Blondie Johnson, 1933.
Blondie Johnson (1933) - Still Five Cents? Entrance of second-billed Chester Morris as Danny, entering the big-city speak’, noticing the title character (Joan Blondell) and sorta buying her sob story, not recognizing that the cabbie he calls (Sterling Holloway) is her scam partner on her first night in town, early in Blondie Johnson, 1933.

Trailer

Adventures of Robin Hood, The -- (Re-issue Trailer) The Sherwood Forest legend (Errol Flynn) leads his Merry Men in a battle against the wicked Prince John in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938).
Anthony Adverse - (Original Trailer) Seven Oscar nominations went to Anthony Adverse (1936), Warner Brothers' adaptation of the best selling novel about 18th-Century Italy.
Kid Galahad (1937) - (Original Trailer) A mob-connected trainer (Edward G. Robinson) grooms a bellhop for the boxing ring. Co-starring Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart.
Navy Blues (1941) - (Original Trailer) Look for a young Jackie Gleason with lots of Warners' best comedians in the service comedy Navy Blues (1941).
Man With Two Faces, The - (Original Trailer) Edward G. Robinson plays a ham actor in the film version of a George S. Kaufman - Alexander Wolcott play.
Wings for The Eagle - (Original Trailer) A draft dodger (Dennis Morgan) rediscovers his patriotism working at an aircraft factory in Wings for The Eagle (1942).
God's Country and the Woman - (Original Trailer) A lady lumberjack falls for one of her workers, not realizing it's a business rival in disguise in God's Country and the Woman (1937).
Go Into Your Dance - (Original Trailer) Real-life husband and wife Al Jolson and Ruby Keeler star in the musical melodrama Go Into Your Dance (1935).
Garden of the Moon - (Original Trailer) A nightclub owner and a band leader compete for the heart of the lead singer at the Garden Of The Moon (1938) directed by Busby Berkeley.
Experiment Perilous - (Original Trailer) A small-town doctor (George Brent) tries to help a beautiful woman (Hedy Lamarr) with a deranged husband (Paul Lukas).
Ex-Lady - (Original Trailer) A female artist (Bette Davis) is torn between her belief in free love and the constraints of romance in the pre-Code drama, Ex-Lady (1933).
Constant Nymph, The - (Original Trailer) A composer (Charles Boyer) marries a rich woman rather than her young cousin (Joan Fontaine) who loves him in The Constant Nymph (1943).

Family

Eugene Gaudio
Brother
Director of photography.
Frank Gaudio
Son
Camera man.

Bibliography