Percy Hilburn


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Iron Man (1931)
Cinematographer
The Unholy Three (1930)
Photography
Redemption (1930)
Director of Photography
Good News (1930)
Director of Photography
Way for a Sailor (1930)
Director of Photography
The Rogue Song (1930)
Director of Photography
Children of Pleasure (1930)
Director of Photography
The Mysterious Island (1929)
Director of Photography
His Glorious Night (1929)
Director of Photography
West of Zanzibar (1928)
Director of Photography
The Cossacks (1928)
Director of Photography
Man, Woman, and Sin (1927)
Director of Photography
The Demi-Bride (1927)
Director of Photography
After Midnight (1927)
Director of Photography
Body and Soul (1927)
Director of Photography
Valencia (1926)
Director of Photography
The Flaming Forest (1926)
Director of Photography
Memory Lane (1926)
Director of Photography
The Blackbird (1926)
Director of Photography
Beverly of Graustark (1926)
Director of Photography
Ben-Hur (1925)
Photography
The Great Divide (1925)
Director of Photography
Confessions of a Queen (1925)
Director of Photography
The Tower of Lies (1925)
Director of Photography
The White Desert (1925)
Director of Photography
The Dixie Handicap (1925)
Director of Photography
Women Who Give (1924)
Director of Photography
Broken Barriers (1924)
Director of Photography
The Eternal Struggle (1923)
Director of Photography
Hearts Aflame (1923)
Director of Photography
The Storm (1922)
Director of Photography
The Man with Two Mothers (1922)
Director of Photography
The Old Nest (1921)
Director of Photography
Bunty Pulls the Strings (1921)
Director of Photography
Snowblind (1921)
Director of Photography
The Poverty of Riches (1921)
Director of Photography
The Branding Iron (1920)
Camera
Dangerous Days (1920)
Camera
The Woman and the Puppet (1920)
Camera
Godless Men (1920)
Camera
The Girl from Outside (1919)
Camera
The World and Its Woman (1919)
Camera
Sis Hopkins (1919)
Camera
Shadows (1919)
Camera
The Stronger Vow (1919)
Camera
When Doctors Disagree (1919)
Camera
The Pest (1919)
Camera
Flame of the Desert (1919)
Camera
A Japanese Nightingale (1918)
Camera
Innocent (1918)
Camera
The Turn of the Wheel (1918)
Camera
The Narrow Path (1918)
Camera
The Hell Cat (1918)
Camera
The Call of the East (1917)
Camera
The Cost of Hatred (1917)
Camera
On the Level (1917)
Camera
The Crystal Gazer (1917)
Camera
The Winning of Sally Temple (1917)
Camera
The Evil Eye (1917)
Camera
A School for Husbands (1917)
Camera
The Sunset Trail (1917)
Camera
Her Strange Wedding (1917)
Camera
The Yellow Pawn (1916)
Camera
A Gutter Magdalene (1916)
Camera
The Years of the Locust (1916)
Camera
The Race (1916)
Camera
Tennessee's Pardner (1916)
Camera
The House with the Golden Windows (1916)
Camera
The Selfish Woman (1916)
Camera
To Have and to Hold (1916)
Camera
Each Pearl a Tear (1916)
Camera
The Goose Girl (1915)
Camera
The Explorer (1915)
Camera
The Puppet Crown (1915)
Camera

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Redemption (1930) - I'm Afraid I'm A Barbarian Still in the opening scene, Russian playboy Fedya (John Gilbert) revels with his Gypsy friends, especially Renée Adorée as Masha, when he’s distracted by Lisa (Eleanor Boardman) and old friend Victor (Conrad Nagel), in MGM’s Redemption 1930, remotely based on a Tolstoy play.
Redemption (1930) - Thou Has Not Promised Thyself... Director Fred Niblo clinging to silent-film conventions, shifting from a fledgling pre-revolutionary Russian romance to a high Orthodox wedding, in a lofty MGM soundstage, John Gilbert as rogue Fedya and Eleanor Boardman as smitten Lisa, in Redemption 1930, remotely based on a Tolstoy play.
Way For A Sailor (1930) - That's What I Call Seafood Merchant sailors on leave in Singapore, John Gilbert as Jack and Jim Tully as Ginger and planning a scam to stretch their funds when they encounter their abusive crew boss “Tripod” (Wallace Beery) from the ship, in the middle of being fleeced by a pleasure-boat pimp (Sôjin Kamayama), in MGM’s Way For A Sailor, 1930.
Way For A Sailor (1930) - You'd Drop Dead Ten Times A Day Back to London after a wild world-wide tour, sailor Jack (John Gilbert), with buddy Ginger (Jim Tully) remembers to take a run at pay clerk Joan (Leila Hyams, her first scene), though she’s not interested, early in MGM’s Way For A Sailor, 1930, also starring Wallace Beery.
West Of Zanzibar (1928) - You Poor Blind Idiot Opening scenes, magician Flint (Lon Chaney) is alarmed to learn that his wife and assistant (Jacqueline Gadsdon) plans to leave him for sly African ivory trader Crane (Lionel Barrymore), in Tod Browning's West Of Zanzibar, 1928.
West Of Zanzibar (1928) - Gold Of The Congo Spooky voodoo in Africa mystifies ivory trader Crane (Lionel Barrymore), who doesn't yet know that his old enemy Crane (Lon Chaney), supported by "Doc" (Warner Baxter), has hunted him down seeking revenge, in Tod Browning's West Of Zanzibar, 1928.
West Of Zanzibar (1928) - There's Nothing Too Low Doc (Warner Baxter) can't understand why his boss, magician-turned African ivory hijacker Flint (Lon Chaney), is so cruel to his apparent captive Maizie (Mary Nolan), whom he believes to be his unfaithful wife's illegitimate daughter, in Tod Browning's West Of Zanzibar, 1928.
West Of Zanzibar (1928) - Made A Terrible Wreck Now legless ex-magician Flint (Lon Chaney), come to Africa to get even with ivory trader Crane (Lionel Barrymore), who stole his now-deceased wife, confronts him with Maizie (Mary Nolan), whom he believes to be Crane's illegitimate daughter, in Tod Browning's West Of Zanzibar, 1928.
Ben-Hur (1925) - The Young Prince Introduction of the titular hero Judah (Ramon Novarro), about Jerusalem, meeting Esther (May McAvoy), the daughter of his family's trusted slave, early in MGM's Ben-Hur, 1925.
Ben-Hur (1925) - Jehovah Smite You! As the Roman governor arrives in Jerusalem, Tirzah (Kathleen Key), sister of the hero Judah (Ramon Novarro), knocks a tile from the roof, causing a dust up with his heretofore welcomed old friend Messala (Francis X. Bushman), now a Roman officer, in MGM's Ben-Hur, 1925.
Ben-Hur (1925) - The Prophets Are Fulfilled Rejoining the three wise men, introducing the shepherds, spectacular trick photography and Mary (Betty Bronson) with child, still in the opening reel of MGM's epic Ben-Hur, 1925.
Ben-Hur (1925) - Pagan Rome Gaudy credits, prologue and large sets opening the famous MGM 1925 production of Ben-Hur, starring Ramon Novarro and Francis X. Bushman, produced by Irving Thalberg.

Bibliography