Dev Jennings


Biography

Filmography

 

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Paleface (1948)
Camera, 2d unit
Confessions of a Vice Baron (1943)
Photography
Her Jungle Love (1938)
Photographer Associate
Born to the West (1937)
Photography
Stranger in Town (1932)
Photography
The Famous Ferguson Case (1932)
Photography
Finn and Hattie (1931)
Photography
The Public Enemy (1931)
Photography
50 Million Frenchmen (1931)
Photography
Side Show (1931)
Photography
Manhattan Parade (1931)
Photography
Dumbbells in Ermine (1930)
Director of Photography
Golden Dawn (1930)
Director of Photography
Bride of the Regiment (1930)
Director of Photography
The Life of the Party (1930)
Director of Photography
The Matrimonial Bed (1930)
Director of Photography
Oh Sailor, Behave (1930)
Director of Photography
Divorce Among Friends (1930)
Director of Photography
Song of the West (1930)
Director of Photography
Hold Everything (1930)
Director of Photography
Sally (1929)
Director of Photography
The Sap (1929)
Director of Photography
Heart Trouble (1928)
Director of Photography
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)
Director of Photography
Flying Romeos (1928)
Director of Photography
Vamping Venus (1928)
Director of Photography
What Price Beauty (1928)
Director of Photography
The General (1927)
Photography
The Missing Link (1927)
Camera
College (1927)
Director of Photography
Battling Butler (1926)
Director of Photography
Steel Preferred (1926)
Director of Photography
The Eagle (1925)
Director of Photography
The Million Dollar Handicap (1925)
Director of Photography
Cobra (1925)
Director of Photography
The Footlight Ranger (1923)
Director of Photography
Children of Jazz (1923)
Director of Photography
The Gunfighter (1923)
Director of Photography
Brass Commandments (1923)
Director of Photography
Two Kinds of Women (1922)
Director of Photography
The Boss of Camp 4 (1922)
Director of Photography
Without Compromise (1922)
Director of Photography
The Glory of Clementina (1922)
Director of Photography
Bells of San Juan (1922)
Director of Photography
The Sting of the Lash (1921)
Director of Photography
The Lure of Jade (1921)
Director of Photography
Salvage (1921)
Director of Photography
The Mistress of Shenstone (1921)
Director of Photography
Roads of Destiny (1921)
Director of Photography
The Daredevil (1920)
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Madame X (1920)
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The Great Lover (1920)
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The Woman in Room 13 (1920)
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Evangeline (1919)
Camera
The Feud (1919)
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Miss Adventure (1919)
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The Forbidden Room (1919)
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Should a Husband Forgive? (1919)
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Treat 'Em Rough (1919)
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Cowardice Court (1919)
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The Bride of Fear (1918)
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Six Shooter Andy (1918)
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Fame and Fortune (1918)
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Cheating the Public (1918)
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Ace High (1918)
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Mr. Logan, U.S.A. (1918)
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Confession (1918)
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The Danger Zone (1918)
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The Scarlet Pimpernel (1917)
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Durand of the Bad Lands (1917)
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One Touch of Sin (1917)
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The Spy (1917)
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Her Temptation (1917)
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The Mediator (1916)
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The Jungle Child (1916)
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The Corner (1916)
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The Eye of the Night (1916)
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Bullets and Brown Eyes (1916)
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The Dividend (1916)
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A Gamble in Souls (1916)
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The Sin Ye Do (1916)
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Lieutenant Danny, U.S.A. (1916)
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The No-Good Guy (1916)
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Matrimony (1915)
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The Winged Idol (1915)
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The Edge of the Abyss (1915)
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Visual Effects (Feature Film)

The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)
Special Photography Effects
Samson and Delilah (1950)
Special Photography Effects
Calcutta (1947)
Special Photographer Effects Assistant, miniatures
California (1947)
Assistant Special Photographer Effects, Miniatures
Unconquered (1947)
Special Photography Effects
Blaze of Noon (1947)
Special Photography Effects
Two Years Before the Mast (1946)
Special Photography Effects
The Searching Wind (1946)
Miniatures Assistant
Road to Utopia (1946)
Miniatures
The Virginian (1946)
Special Effects Assistant
Monsieur Beaucaire (1946)
Assistant Special Photographer Effects, miniatures
To Each His Own (1946)
Special Photographer Effects, miniatures
O.S.S. (1946)
Assistant Special Photographer Effects, miniatures
The Dark Mirror (1946)
Special Photography Effects
Hold That Blonde (1945)
Special Effects Assistant
Practically Yours (1944)
Special Photography Effects
Spawn of the North (1938)
Special Photographer Effects Assistant
Champagne Waltz (1937)
Photography Effects
Rhythm on the Range (1936)
Special Photography Effects

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Duffy's Tavern (1945)
Assistant miniatures

Cinematography (Short)

War Mamas (1931)
Director Of Photography

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

General, The (1927) - Cannon Engineer Johnnie (director and star Buster Keaton) has hijacked a cannon, which gives him problems, as he chases the Yankees who've stolen his locomotive, in The General, 1927.
General, The (1927) - Big Shanty Johnnie (director and star Buster Keaton) gets his train stolen by Yankee spies, his ex-girl Annabelle (Marion Mack) aboard, and gives chase, in Keaton's 1927 masterpiece The General.
Public Enemy, The (1931) - Such A Muscle! The tailor, though he makes a rather emphatic statement, is quite un-credited by Warner Bros., needling Tom (James Cagney, title character) and Matt (Donald Woods), on a spending spree after they’ve pulled off a big job, in William A. Wellman’s The Public Enemy, 1931.
Battling Butler (1926) - Go Out And Rough It Opening with his parents and valet (Snitz Edwards), director Buster Keaton is affluent milquetoast Alfred Butler, who agrees that camping might toughen him up, in Battling Butler, 1926, produced Joseph Schenck, distributed by Metro-Goldwyn, exteriors shot at the Talmadge on Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles.
Battling Butler (1926) - A Little Road Work In a panic to prevent his new wife (Sally O’Neil) realizing he’s not the lightweight champ boxer (Francis McDonald) who borrowed his name, Alfred “Battling” Butler (director and star Buster Keaton), aided by his valet (Snitz Edwards) contrives to act like he’s training with the real crew, in Battling Butler, 1926.
Battling Butler (1926) - Put Up Your Hands Because the real lightweight champ who took his name has quit (in order to avoid fighting the dreaded “Alabama Murderer”), and to prevent his new wife finding out he’s not a boxer at all, director and star Buster Keaton trains, with his valet (Snitz Edwards) and coach (Tom Wilson), in Battling Butler, 1926.
Battling Butler (1926) - Isn't She Pretty? Playing the over-resourced but incompetent hunter Alfred Butler (shooting along the Kern River, near Bakersfield), director and star Buster Keaton blunders around with his valet (Snitz Edwards), but is pleased to meet the charming “Mountain Girl” (Sally O’Neil), early in Battling Butler, 1926.
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) - William Canfield Jr. Meeting the son he hasn’t seen in many years, Bill (Ernest Torrence), with first-mate Tom (Lewis), is looking for a guy with a white carnation, not expecting the dandified college man William Jr. (Buster Keaton), the first appearance by the director and star, in Steamboat Bill, Jr., 1928.
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) - Hat Shop Arrived in River Junction, his father (Ernest Torrence), alarmed at his appearance and tastes, brings the title character (director and star Buster Keaton) to the hat shop, a famous routine — certainly not the “mere slapstick” Keaton greatly disliked — from Steamboat Bill, Jr., 1928.
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928) - Storm Clouds In The Offing Now committed to protecting his jailed father’s interest against rival King (Tom McGuire), hospitalized Bill (director and star Buster Keaton) is compelled into action by weather conditions, beginning the landmark action-comedy finalè of Steamboat Bill, Jr., 1928.
Public Enemy, The (1931) - So You Don't Wanna Die? Chicago thugs Tom (James Cagney, title character) and Matt (Edward Woods) intercept their former mentor Putty Nose (Murray Kinnell), who's back in town after leaving them holding the bag years earlier, in William A. Wellman's The Public Enemy, 1931.
Public Enemy , The (1931) - Nickel Snatcher! Weepy Ma Powers (Beryl Mercer) tells increasingly wayward Chicago punk Tom (James Cagney) that his virtuous streetcar-operator older brother Mike (Donald Cook) has enlisted, leading to a confrontation in William A. Wellman's The Public Enemy, 1931.

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