Alfred Gilks


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Heart Is a Rebel (1958)
Director of Photography
The Searchers (1956)
2nd Unit Photography
Bright Road (1953)
Director of Photography
The Painted Hills (1951)
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Excuse My Dust (1951)
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An American in Paris (1951)
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Two Weeks with Love (1950)
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Vendetta (1950)
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Fiesta (1941)
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These Glamour Girls (1939)
Director of Photography
Dancing Co-Ed (1939)
Director of Photography
Calling Dr. Kildare (1939)
Photography
The Secret of Dr. Kildare (1939)
Photography
Riding on Air (1937)
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Straight from the Shoulder (1936)
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The Milky Way (1936)
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And Sudden Death (1936)
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The Sky Parade (1936)
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Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)
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People Will Talk (1935)
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The Man on the Flying Trapeze (1935)
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Miss Fane's Baby Is Stolen (1934)
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The Notorious Sophie Lang (1934)
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You're Telling Me! (1934)
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Little Miss Marker (1934)
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Midshipman Jack (1933)
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Hell and High Water (1933)
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Over the Seven Seas (1932)
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Secrets of the French Police (1932)
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A Tailor Made Man (1931)
Photography
Kiss Me Again (1931)
Technicolor Camera
The Kibitzer (1930)
Director of Photography
Sweetie (1929)
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Half-way to Heaven (1929)
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Jealousy (1929)
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Red Hair (1928)
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The First Kiss (1928)
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The Big Killing (1928)
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Wife Savers (1928)
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Ten Modern Commandments (1927)
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Get Your Man (1927)
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Figures Don't Lie (1927)
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Old Ironsides (1926)
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The Blind Goddess (1926)
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The Enchanted Hill (1926)
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The Air Mail (1925)
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The Ancient Highway (1925)
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Rugged Water (1925)
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The Female (1924)
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Bluff (1924)
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North of 36 (1924)
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The Next Corner (1924)
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His Children's Children (1923)
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Bluebeard's 8th Wife (1923)
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My American Wife (1923)
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Prodigal Daughters (1923)
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Beyond the Rocks (1922)
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Her Gilded Cage (1922)
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The Impossible Mrs. Bellew (1922)
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Her Husband's Trademark (1922)
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The Great Moment (1921)
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The Snob (1921)
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Peck's Bad Boy (1921)
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Don't Tell Everything (1921)
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Under the Lash (1921)
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The Dancin' Fool (1920)
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Excuse My Dust (1920)
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Double Speed (1920)
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Her Beloved Villain (1920)
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The Sins of Rosanne (1920)
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A City Sparrow (1920)
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Her First Elopement (1920)
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What's Your Hurry? (1920)
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Sick Abed (1920)
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Sound (Feature Film)

Over the Seven Seas (1932)
Sound

Cinematography (Short)

Just What I Needed (1955)
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I Love Children But... (1952)
Director Of Photography
Did'ja Know? (1950)
Cinematographer
You Can't Win (1948)
Cinematographer
Tiny Troubles (1939)
Cinematographer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

American in Paris, An (1951) - A Simple Girl Variations on Gershwin's "Embraceable You" support Henri (Georges Guetary) as he describes his girlfriend Lise (Leslie Caron) to Adam (Oscar Levant) in a fantasy musical sequence in An American In Paris, 1951.
American in Paris, An (1951) - Opening, This Is Paris The opening sequence from Vincente Minnelli's An American in Paris, 1951, which offers a brief tour of Paris and introduces "Jerry," the Gene Kelly character.
Secrets Of The French Police (1932) - He'll Have You On The Streets First scene for Danish Gwili Andre, as flower girl "Eugenie," with pickpocket boyfriend Leon (John Warburton), joined by her angered father (Christian Rub), trouble looming, in Secrets Of The French Police, 1932.
Secrets Of The French Police (1932) - Princess Anastasia Leon (John Warburton) at a Paris cafe, French detective St. Cyr (Frank Morgan) playing the drunk, observing evil Baron Lonzoi (Lucien Prival) calling master crook General Moloff (Gregory Ratoff), in Secrets Of The French Police, 1932.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - One Of Those Indian Places Beginning with nouveau-riche Americans Egbert (Charlie Ruggles) and Effie (Mary Boland), discussing Charles Laughton (title character,) a valet, about to be informed by his employer the Earl (Roland Young) that he's been lost in a card game, early in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap< 1935.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - That Ruthless Reality In Paris, English valet Ruggles (Charles Laughton) tries to keep up as his new American employer Floud (Charlie Ruggles) ditches his wife's cultural instructions and trashes social barriers, in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.
Ruggles of Red Gap (1935) - English Cowboy Butler Ruggles (Charles Laughton) assumes his false identity as "The Colonel" as he calls on the widow Judson (ZaSu Pitts) and her troublesome dog in Leo McCarey's Ruggles of Red Gap, 1935.
Ruggles Of Red Gap (1935) - Superlative Sauce Valet Charles Laughton (title character), at his first social in his new American home town, meets forthright widow Mrs. Judson (ZaSu Pitts), having given up resisting his new employers' determination to declare him a colonel, in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.
American in Paris, An (1951) - Third Year Girls Jerry (Gene Kelly), an ex-G-I and sidewalk artist, meets art patron Milo (Nina Foch) on the street in Vincente Minnelli's An American In Paris, 1951, Noel Neill the derided American student.
American In Paris, An (1951) - Adam's Fantasy Probably the only time the ubiquitous wit and piano virtuoso Oscar Levant (as "Adam") ever got five minutes alone on screen, in a fantasy of himself conducting and playing (his pal George) Gershwin's "Concerto in F," from An American In Paris, 1951.
Thunder In The City (1937) - You Mean The Blimps? Auto baron Snyderling (James Carew) and minions are talking about ad-man Armstrong, the character played by Edward G. Robinson, who personally arranged a re-write by his friend Robert E. Sherwood, for this picture for which he was loaned out to Columbia's English subsidiary, opening Thunder In The City, 1937.
Thunder In The City (1937) - The Duchess Fails Knocking about the English manor home of distant relatives, American ad-man Armstrong (Edward G. Robinson), cut loose by his firm, meets the forthright duke and duchess (Nigel Bruce, Constance Collier) and their daughter (Luli Deste), with her suitor (Ralph Richardson), in Thunder In The City, 1937.

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