Paul Ivano


Director Of Photography

About

Also Known As
Paul Ivano-Ivanichevitch, Paul Ivanechevitch
Birth Place
Germany
Born
May 13, 1900
Died
April 09, 1984

Family & Companions

Alla Nazimova
Companion
Actor. Had affair in the 1920s.
Greta Ivano
Wife
Married 1935.

Notes

"When I think of it, it was this complete disinterest in anything except himself that made me shake him off . . ." --Alla Nazimova on Ivano

Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Naked Flame (1970)
Director of Photography
Chubasco (1968)
Director of Photography
The Nun and the Sergeant (1962)
Director of Photography
Lizzie (1957)
Director of Photography
Kentucky Rifle (1955)
Director of Photography
Hold Back Tomorrow (1955)
Director of Photography
Fangs of the Wild (1954)
Director of Photography
Thy Neighbor's Wife (1953)
Director of Photography
Miss Body Beautiful (1953)
Camera
One Girl's Confession (1953)
Director of Photography
Run for the Hills (1953)
Director of Photography
Captive Women (1952)
Director of Photography
Japanese War Bride (1952)
Loc Photographer
Breakdown (1952)
Director of Photography
Red Snow (1952)
Director of Photography
Strange Fascination (1952)
Director of Photography
For Men Only (1952)
Photography
Gold Raiders (1951)
Director of Photography
The Girl on the Bridge (1951)
Director of Photography
Pickup (1951)
Director of Photography
Hello God (1951)
Cinematographer
Southside 1-1000 (1950)
Photography
The Second Face (1950)
Director of Photography
Champagne for Caesar (1950)
Director of Photography
The Lovable Cheat (1949)
Director of Photography
They Live by Night (1949)
Helicopter Photographer
Search for Danger (1949)
Director of Photography
Million Dollar Weekend (1948)
Director of Photography
The Mozart Story (1948)
Camera [American]
Concert Magic (1948)
Photography
The Gangster (1947)
Director of Photography
Fun on a Weekend (1947)
Director of Photography
The Spider Woman Strikes Back (1946)
Director of Photography
Black Angel (1946)
Director of Photography
Little Miss Big (1946)
Director of Photography
The Dark Horse (1946)
Director of Photography
Honeymoon Ahead (1945)
Director of Photography
Men in Her Diary (1945)
Director of Photography
The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (1945)
Director of Photography
I'll Tell the World (1945)
Director of Photography
Pursuit to Algiers (1945)
Director of Photography
Swing Out Sister (1945)
Director of Photography
Senorita from the West (1945)
Director of Photography
See My Lawyer (1945)
Director of Photography
The Suspect (1945)
Director of Photography
The Frozen Ghost (1945)
Director of Photography
Dead Man's Eyes (1944)
Director of Photography
Slightly Terrific (1944)
Director of Photography
Pardon My Rhythm (1944)
Director of Photography
The Impostor (1944)
Director of Photography
Hi, Beautiful (1944)
Director of Photography
Adventure in Music (1944)
Photography
Destiny (1944)
Director of Photography
All by Myself (1943)
Director of Photography
Flesh and Fantasy (1943)
Director of Photography
Fired Wife (1943)
Director of Photography
Larceny with Music (1943)
Director of Photography
Hitler--Dead or Alive (1943)
Director of Photography
You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith (1943)
Director of Photography
She's for Me (1943)
Director of Photography
Honeymoon Lodge (1943)
Director of Photography
About Face (1942)
Director of Photography
The Shanghai Gesture (1942)
Photography
Isle of Missing Men (1942)
Cinematographer
The Bashful Bachelor (1942)
Director of Photography
Girl from Rio (1939)
Director of Photography
Should a Girl Marry? (1939)
Photography
I Am a Criminal (1938)
Photography
Fury Below (1938)
Photography
The Luck of Roaring Camp (1937)
Photography
Hoosier Schoolboy (1937)
Photography
Atlantic Flight (1937)
Photography
Battle of Greed (1937)
Photography
Island Captives (1937)
Photography
The 13th Man (1937)
Photography
Blazing Barriers (1937)
Photography
Old Louisiana (1937)
Photography
Sum Hun (1936)
Photography
Ambush Valley (1936)
Photography
Vengeance of Rannah (1936)
Photography
The Riding Avenger (1936)
Photography
Cavalcade of the West (1936)
Photography
Blonde Venus (1932)
Addl Camera
An American Tragedy (1931)
Camera
Hell's Angels (1930)
Assistant Photographer
Queen Kelly (1928)
Director of Photography
No Other Woman (1928)
Director of Photography
A Woman of the Sea (1926)
Director of Photography
Yellow Fingers (1926)
Director of Photography
The Dancers (1925)
Director of Photography
Vengeance of The Deep (1923)
Director of Photography

Life Events

1919

Moved to USA

1970

Retired from show business

Videos

Movie Clip

Plow That Broke The Plains, The (1936) - The Sun Baked The Earth Coming out of writer-director Pare Lorentz’s affecting if imprecise montage of the grain-boom following the First World War, a dramatic turn, with Thomas Hardie Chalmers narration, of the catastrophic onset of the Dust Bowl, in the influential federally-financed New Deal documentary, The Plow That Broke The Plains, 1936.
Plow That Broke The Plains, The (1936) - Open, Continent Of Grass Made for the New Deal federal Resettlement Administration by the progressive former critic Pare Lorentz, who had zero film-making experience at the time, and narrated by the former opera star Thomas Hardie Chalmers, the opening of the sensational documentary The Plow That Broke The Plains, 1936.
Gangster, The (1947) - My Sister In Queens Portrayed thus far as a steely but philosophical racketeer and narrator, Barry Sullivan as “Shubunka” reveals his soft spot for performer Nancy (English-born Belita, first brought to Hollywood for ice skating pictures, by now only acting), in Allied Artists’ The Gangster, 1947.
Lizzie (1957) - Never Ask Her How She Feels Opening at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum, where colleagues are already talking about Eleanor Parker (title character), Marion Ross as Ruth, Ric Roman as the janitor Johnny, Hugo Haas, who also played a part, directing, in Lizzie, 1957.
Lizzie (1957) - I Wonder Who I Am So far just anxious, but having gotten another threatening note from “Lizzie” at work, Elizabeth (Eleanor Parker) attempts a heart-to-heart with the bourbon-worshipping Aunt Morgan (Joan Blondell) with whom she boards, in the split-personality drama Lizzie, 1957.
Lizzie (1957) - Are You Afraid Of Me? Plenty worried now, with no recollection of her erratic behavior, because she’s had more threatening notes from an unknown “Lizzie,” and because a co-worker called her by that name, mild-mannered Elizabeth (title character) talks to a shrink (Richard Boone), in Lizzie, 1957.
Lizzie (1957) - Warm And Tender First scene with Eleanor Parker (title character, heretofore mousy “Elizabeth), acting up anywhere other than in her own mirror, Johnny Mathis the singer, his first appearance in his only movie, with an early Bacharach/David tune, Ric Roman as a co-worker not quite recognizing her, in Lizzie, 1957.
Street Angel (1928) - A Vagabond Painter Circus proprietor Mascetto (Henry Armetta) hurries perfomer Angela (Janet Gaynor) to help hold his audience, tempted away by painter Gino (Charles Farrell), in Frank Borzage's Street Angel, 1928.
Street Angel (1928) - Salute The Brave Police! Escaped from jail, Angela (Janet Gaynor) returns to her Naples home to find her mother deceased, then evades the cops with help from street performer Mascetto (Henry Armetta), in Frank Borzage's Street Angel, 1928.
Street Angel (1928) - Si, Si, Mama! Angela (Janet Gaynor), lacking money to buy medicine for her dying mother, has an idea and ventures out into her Naples neighborhood, early in Frank Borzage's Street Angel, 1928.
Second Face, The (1950) - I've Come To My Senses We don’t get any look at heroine Ella Raines in the opening, chasing Claire (Rita Johnson) around LA in a panic then getting in a wreck, in the Eagle-Lion production, from a story and screenplay by the later-acclaimed Swiss-born writer Eugene Vale, The Second Face, 1950.
Second Face, The (1950) - Took Away Some Flesh And Skin Ending the elaborate flashback in which Ella Raines played Phyllis, a talented but un-prepossessing fashion designer who got into a car wreck, first with her surgeon (Mauritz Hugo), then with shop owner Grandon Rhodes, who earlier found her unsatisfactory, in The Second Face, 1950.

Companions

Alla Nazimova
Companion
Actor. Had affair in the 1920s.
Greta Ivano
Wife
Married 1935.

Bibliography

Notes

"When I think of it, it was this complete disinterest in anything except himself that made me shake him off . . ." --Alla Nazimova on Ivano