Joseph August


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Portrait of Jennie (1949)
Photography
They Were Expendable (1945)
Director of Photography
All That Money Can Buy (1941)
Director of Photography
Melody Ranch (1940)
Photography
Dance, Girl, Dance (1940)
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Primrose Path (1940)
Photography
Nurse Edith Cavell (1939)
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The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939)
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Man of Conquest (1939)
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Gunga Din (1939)
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The Saint in New York (1938)
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This Marriage Business (1938)
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Border G-Man (1938)
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Gun Law (1938)
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Sea Devils (1937)
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The Plough and the Stars (1937)
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Music for Madame (1937)
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A Damsel in Distress (1937)
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There Goes My Girl (1937)
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Fifty Roads to Town (1937)
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The Soldier and the Lady (1937)
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Super-Sleuth (1937)
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Muss 'Em Up (1936)
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Grand Jury (1936)
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Every Saturday Night (1936)
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Sylvia Scarlett (1936)
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Mary of Scotland (1936)
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The Whole Town's Talking (1935)
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After the Dance (1935)
Photography
I'll Love You Always (1935)
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Love Me Forever (1935)
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The Informer (1935)
Photography
Whirlpool (1934)
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Twentieth Century (1934)
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The Defense Rests (1934)
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The Captain Hates the Sea (1934)
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Sisters Under the Skin (1934)
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No Greater Glory (1934)
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Among the Missing (1934)
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Black Moon (1934)
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Master of Men (1933)
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The Circus Queen Murder (1933)
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Cocktail Hour (1933)
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Man's Castle (1933)
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Mystery Ranch (1932)
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Charlie Chan's Chance (1932)
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Vanity Street (1932)
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As the Devil Commands (1932)
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The Silent Witness (1932)
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That's My Boy (1932)
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No More Orchids (1932)
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The Black Camel (1931)
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Mr. Lemon of Orange (1931)
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Seas Beneath (1931)
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Heartbreak (1931)
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Quick Millions (1931)
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The Brat (1931)
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Double Cross Roads (1930)
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Men Without Women (1930)
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On Your Back (1930)
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Up the River (1930)
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Man Trouble (1930)
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Strong Boy (1929)
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Seven Faces (1929)
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The Black Watch (1929)
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Salute (1929)
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The Farmer's Daughter (1928)
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Don't Marry (1928)
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Honor Bound (1928)
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Soft Living (1928)
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Two Arabian Knights (1927)
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Very Confidential (1927)
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Come to My House (1927)
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The Beloved Rogue (1927)
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The Road to Glory (1926)
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Fig Leaves (1926)
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The Flying Horseman (1926)
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Greater Than a Crown (1925)
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Tumbleweeds (1925)
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Lightnin' (1925)
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The Ancient Mariner (1925)
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The Hunted Woman (1925)
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The Fighting Heart (1925)
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Dante's Inferno (1924)
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Not a Drum Was Heard (1924)
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The Folly of Vanity (1924)
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The Vagabond Trail (1924)
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Cupid's Fireman (1923)
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Big Dan (1923)
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The Man Who Won (1923)
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Madness of Youth (1923)
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Good-by Girls (1923)
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The Temple of Venus (1923)
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St. Elmo (1923)
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Truxton King (1923)
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A California Romance (1922)
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Honor First (1922)
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Travelin' On (1922)
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Arabian Love (1922)
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The Love Gambler (1922)
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Three Word Brand (1921)
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The Whistle (1921)
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White Oak (1921)
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Sand! (1920)
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The Testing Block (1920)
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The Toll Gate (1920)
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The Cradle of Courage (1920)
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Breed of Men (1919)
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Wagon Tracks (1919)
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Square Deal Sanderson (1919)
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John Petticoats (1919)
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The Poppy Girl's Husband (1919)
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The Money Corral (1919)
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Wolves of the Rail (1918)
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The Border Wireless (1918)
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Branding Broadway (1918)
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Blue Blazes Rawden (1918)
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Selfish Yates (1918)
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Riddle Gawne (1918)
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The Tiger Man (1918)
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Shark Monroe (1918)
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Truthful Tulliver (1917)
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The Silent Man (1917)
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The Narrow Trail (1917)
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The Desert Man (1917)
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Wolf Lowry (1917)
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The Cold Deck (1917)
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The Square Deal Man (1917)
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The Gun Fighter (1917)
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Civilization (1916)
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The Apostle of Vengeance (1916)
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Between Men (1916)
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The Return of Draw Egan (1916)
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The Primal Lure (1916)
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Hell's Hinges (1916)
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The Aryan (1916)
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The Dawn Maker (1916)
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The Patriot (1916)
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The Devil's Double (1916)
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The Disciple (1915)
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Life Events

1911

First film as assistant cameraman

1918

Co-founded American Society of Cinematographers

Videos

Movie Clip

Devil And Daniel Webster, The (1941) - You're Not Dorothy The tantalizing Belle (Simone Simon) appears to Jabez (James Craig) at the birth of his first child then visits mother Mary (Ann Shirley) and Ma Stone (Jane Darwell) in The Devil And Daniel Webster, 1941.
Devil And Daniel Webster, The (1941) - What A Fine Fellow You Were Tumult as Jabez (James Craig) throws out Webster (Edward Arnold) and Mary (Ann Shirley) then encounters Belle (Simone Simon) and Scratch (Walter Huston) who's come to collect in The Devil And Daniel Webster, 1941, a.k.a. All That Money Can Buy.
Devil And Daniel Webster, The (1941) - The Devil Vs. Jabez Stone Webster (Edward Arnold) demands a trial for Jabez (James Craig) and Scratch (Walter Huston) names his jury in The Devil and Daniel Webster, a.k.a. All That Money Can Buy, from the story by Steven Vincent Benet.
Devil And Daniel Webster, The (1941) - Opening, It Could Even Happen To You The famously unusual opening credits for William Dieterle's The Devil And Daniel Webster, 1941, also known as All That Money Can Buy, from a story by Stephen Vincent Benet.
Devil And Daniel Webster, The (1941) - A Soul Is Nothing Mr. Scratch (Walter Huston) cuts a deal with New Hampshire farmer Jabez Stone (James Craig), who summoned him minutes earlier, by swearing about his poverty, in director William Dieterle's The Devil And Daniel Webster, 1941, a.k.a. All That Money Can Buy, from the story by Stephen Vincent Benet.
Whole Town's Talking, The (1935) - I've Got A Stamp From Shanghai Lowly ad-clerk Jones (Edward G. Robinson), fazed because he’s the look-alike of the major gangster identified in that day’s newspaper, is noticed in the cafe by Hoyt (Donald Meek), then joined by just-fired colleague “Bill” Clark (Jean Arthur), with whom he’s secretly smitten, trouble ensuing, in John Ford’s The Whole Town’s Talking, 1935.
Whole Town's Talking, The (1935) - I'd Like To Meet That Fellow Lowly clerk Jones (Edward G. Robinson), tipsy from celebrating having been hired to write about his gangster look-alike Mannion, returns home to meet the man himself, who's heard about the "passport" given him by the police commissioner, director John Ford with camera tricks, in The Whole Town's Talking, 1935.
Portrait of Jennie (1949) - We'll Take The Flower Gallery owners Mr. Matthews (Cecil Kellaway) and Miss Spinney (Ethel Barrymore) don't quite reject the works of starving artist Eben Adams (Joseph Cotten), the opening scene in Portrait of Jennie, 1949.
Portrait of Jennie (1949) - One More Reason To Grow Up Fast Enigmatic Jennie (Jennifer Jones) appears once more in Central Park, this time for a twirl on the ice with artist Eben Adams (Joseph Cotten) in Portrait of Jennie, 1949.
Portrait of Jennie (1949) - Winter Of The Mind Producer David O. Selznick, atmospherics, a nice miniature of Manhattan, poetry and narration partly by Joseph Cotten drive the opening sequence of Portrait of Jennie, 1949.
Portrait of Jennie (1949) - Don't You Have Anybody To Play With? The music changes as artist Eben Adams (Joseph Cotten, narrating) meets schoolgirl Jennie Appleton (Jennifer Jones, her first scene) who has odd ideas about Cape Cod and time, in Central Park, in Portrait of Jennie, 1949.
Whole Town's Talking, The (1935) - So Long, Slaves! The newspaper editor (Wallace Ford) and ad agency boss (Paul Harvey) are celebrating with lowly employee Jones (Edward G. Robinson), who’s never had a drink before, their idea to have him write about his gangster lookalike, and he meets his supervisor (Etienne Girardot) and his beloved fired colleague Clark (Jean Arthur) on the way out, in The Whole Town’s Talking, 1935.

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