Irving Glassberg


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Cry Tough (1959)
Photography
The Rabbit Trap (1959)
Photography
The Tarnished Angels (1958)
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Day of the Bad Man (1958)
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The Lady Takes a Flyer (1958)
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Twilight for the Gods (1958)
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The Big Beat (1958)
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Four Girls in Town (1957)
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Joe Butterfly (1957)
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Outside the Law (1956)
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The Price of Fear (1956)
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Backlash (1956)
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The Rawhide Years (1956)
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Showdown at Abilene (1956)
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Captain Lightfoot (1955)
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The Purple Mask (1955)
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Francis Joins the WACS (1954)
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Ride Clear of Diablo (1954)
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The Black Shield of Falworth (1954)
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Border River (1954)
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The Mississippi Gambler (1953)
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The Lawless Breed (1953)
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Walking My Baby Back Home (1953)
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Sally and Saint Anne (1952)
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The Duel at Silver Creek (1952)
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Bend of the River (1952)
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Flesh and Fury (1952)
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The Black Castle (1952)
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Here Come the Nelsons (1952)
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Cave of Outlaws (1951)
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The Fat Man (1951)
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The Strange Door (1951)
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Francis Goes to the Races (1951)
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The Prince Who Was a Thief (1951)
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Kansas Raiders (1950)
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Shakedown (1950)
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I Was a Shoplifter (1950)
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Francis (1950)
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Outside the Wall (1950)
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Spy Hunt (1950)
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Sword in the Desert (1949)
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Yes Sir, That's My Baby (1949)
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Calamity Jane and Sam Bass (1949)
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Arctic Manhunt (1949)
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The Story of Molly X (1949)
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Undertow (1949)
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Red Canyon (1949)
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Black Bart (1948)
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Larceny (1948)
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Feudin', Fussin and A-Fightin' (1948)
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Casbah (1948)
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River Lady (1948)
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The Web (1947)
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Bad Bascomb (1946)
2nd Camera
Up Goes Maisie (1946)
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Week-End at the Waldorf (1945)
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Anchors Aweigh (1945)
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Maisie Goes to Reno (1944)
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The Heavenly Body (1944)
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Thunder Afloat (1939)
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6,000 Enemies (1939)
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She's Dangerous (1937)
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Hold 'Em Yale (1935)
Camera Operator
Private Scandal (1934)
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I Love That Man (1933)
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Ride Him, Cowboy (1932)
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Prestige (1932)
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Madison Sq. Garden (1932)
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70,000 Witnesses (1932)
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Is My Face Red? (1932)
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The Devil Is Driving (1932)
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Bought (1931)
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The Road to Singapore (1931)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Bend Of The River (1952) - Having A Little Trouble? Trail guide McClintock (James Stewart) visits Portland where his buddy Cole (Arthur Kennedy) has signed on with the saloon, along with would-be settler Laura (Julie Adams), but they re-unite when supplier Hendricks (Howard Petrie) makes trouble, gambler Wilson (Rock Hudson) offering backup, in Anthony Mann's Bend Of The River, 1952.
Bend Of The River (1952) - What Law? McLyntock (James Stewart) tangles with the miners (Jack Lambert, Henry Morgan) trying to get out of hauling supplies from the riverboat to the settlement, backed up by Cole and Wilson (Arthur Kennedy, Rock Hudson), Julia Adams and her dad (Jay C. Flippen) joining the wagon train, in Anthony Mann’s Bend Of The River, 1952.
Bend Of The River (1952) - Right Handsome Fella Director Anthony Mann busy with exposition, as McClintock (James Stewart) and others (Stepin Fetchit, Lillian Randolph, Jay C. Flippen, Chubby Johnson, Howard Petrie) check on injured Laura (Julia Adams), then Arthur Kennedy and Frank Ferguson observe as her sister (Lori Nelson) meets gambler Wilson (Rock Hudson), in 1847 Portland, in Bend Of The River, 1952.
Tarnished Angels, The (1957) - Open, Who's Your Old Man? Director Douglas Sirk’s opening, introducing stars Rock Hudson, Robert Stack, Jack Carson and Dorothy Malone, whose form-fitting wardrobe will be a running theme, in his film from William Faulkner’s lesser-known novel about Depression-era barnstorming, The Tarnished Angels, 1957.
Tarnished Angels, The (1957) - Making Time With A Bearded Lady Smitten reporter Burke (Rock Hudson) with Laverne (Dorothy Malone), sexpot wife of barnstorming pilot Roger (Robert Stack), who has a nasty idea on how she can help him get a new plane, Jack Carson the disgusted sidekick, in Douglas Sirk’s The Tarnished Angels, 1957, from a William Faulkner novel.
Tarnished Angels, The (1957) - Lost Farms And Faded Loves Rock Hudson as New Orleans newsman Burke returns to his apartment where he’s putting up new friends, only Laverne (Dorothy Malone) still up, as her barnstormer husband Roger (Robert Stack), mechanic Jiggs (Jack Carson) and her son snooze, in Douglas Sirk’s The Tarnished Angels, 1957.
Sword In The Desert (1949) - What Do You Use For A Heart? The opening from director George Sherman and writer-producer Robert Buckner, Dana Andrews as American ship captain Dillon, smuggling Jews to Palestine in a deal with Vogel (Stephen McNally), in Hollywood's first movie about Zionism, Sword In The Desert, 1949.
Sword In The Desert (1949) - Jewish Army Of Resistance Vogel (Stephen McNally), who has just smuggled a group of Jews into British Palestine, with his Haganah fighter friend Jeno (Paul Marion), tuning in as Sabra and Kurta (Marta Toren, Jeff Chandler, their first appearances) broadcast on underground radio, in Sword In The Desert, 1949.
Francis (1950) - Don't Be An Ass Stirling (Donald O'Connor), back on the job at the base in WWII Burma, is pretty well convinced he just had some sort of episode, when he gets a note and rushes off to see the mule (voice of Chill Wills), who talks again, in the first film of seven in the series, Francis, 1950.
Bend Of The River (1952) - I Just Don't Like Hangings In the opening scene of director Anthony Mann's Oregon Trail Western, guide McClintock (James Stewart) is all friendly with the Bailes (Lori Nelson, Jay C. Flippen, Julia Adams) then ventures out for a typically intriguing meeting with Cole (Arthur Kennedy), in Bend Of The River, 1952.
Feudin', Fussin' and A-Fightin' - Opening, Maribel Opening credits with title tune by Burton Lane and Al Dubin, followed by "Big Bend" Mayor Maribel (Marjorie Main) facing off rival Chauncey (Harry Shannon) about the upcoming race in Feudin', Fussin' and A-Fightin', 1948.
Feudin', Fussin' and A-Fightin' - Me And My Shadow Salesman Wilbur (Donald O'Connor) has contrived to get himself locked in a barn with a firm tap floor where he performs the Al Jolson number "Me and My Shadow," in Feudin, Fussin' and A-Fightin', 1948.

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