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Jack Greenhalgh

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Born: July 23, 1904 Cause of Death:
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Cinematography (feature film)

Robot Monster (1953) as Director of Photography
The Robot Monster has been sent to Earth as the advance party of an impending invasion. Ordered by The Great One to capture several humans, the Robot Monster becomes confused once it learns more about humans.
Danger Zone (1951) as Director of Photography
Sky High (1951) as Photography
Mask of the Dragon (1951) as Director of Photography
Lt. Dan Oliver (Richard Emory), an American soldier in Korea, agrees to deliver a jade dragon statuette to a curio shop in Los Angeles. Soon after his arrival, he is murdered. Phil Ramsey (Richard Travis) and Ginny O'Donnell (Sheila Ryan) trace the murder to the shop of Professor Kim Ho (Jack Reitzen). Ramsey receives a package mailed to him by Oliver from Honolulu that contains the jade dragon, and takes it to the curio shop to force a showdown with Kim Ho. He is attacked by Ho's hoods and is about to be killed when Ginny arrives with Police Lt. McLaughton (Lyle Talbot) and the police.
Yes Sir, Mr. Bones (1951) as Photography
Slaughter Trail (1951) as Director of Photography
An Indian hating bandit''''s reign of terror could lead to a range war.
New Mexico (1951) as Addl photog
Captain Hunt of the cavalry is trying to promote good relations with the Indian chief Acoma. But Hunt's superiors in the military insist on pursuing policies that will provoke a conflict, and Chief Acoma is not willing to let himself be insulted.
Fingerprints Don't Lie (1951) as Director of Photography
Pier 23 (1951) as Director of Photography
The Sword of Monte Cristo (1951) as Director of Photography
In 1858 France, Emperor Louis Napoleon (David Bond) sends Captain Renault (George Montgomery) of the Royal Dragoons, Minister La Roche (Berry Kroeger) and Major Nicolet (William Conrad) to Normandy in search of the members of a group of rebels. A Masked Cavalier (Paula Corday), the niece, Lady Christianne, of the Marquis De Montableau (Robert Warwick), announces at a secret meeting of the Normandy underground leaders that the fabled treasure of Monte Cristo was willed to her and she will use it to finance their cause. Her uncle, the only one who can decipher the symbols on the sword of Monte Cristo, the key to the treasure, derides her stand against the Emperor. La Roche takes possession of the sword and has the Marquis put into the dungeon. Christianne, as the Masked Cavalier, regains the sword from La Roche, but Captain Renault apprehends her and returns to sword to La Roche.
Lost Continent (1951) as Director of Photography
Major Joe Nolan heads a rescue mission in the South Pacific to recover a downed atomic rocket. The crew crashlands on a mysterious island, and spend a LOT of running time climbing rocks. They meet up with a native girl, a big lizard, and some fake-looking dinosaurs. And they climb more rocks.
Leave It to the Marines (1951) as Photography
Roaring City (1951) as Director of Photography
Dennis O'Brien (Hugh Beaumont) is hired by Barton (Stanley Price) to bet on Harper, an old fighter, against Lundy (Greg McClure), placing the bets in the name of Steve Belzig. Lundy dies of a blood clot during the bout. At Barton's hotel, after the fight, Dennis finds Gannon (William Tannen) and Lundy, where he learns that Belzig is Lundy's real name and that Barton and Gannon had the fight fixed for Lundy to take a dive in the first round, but Barton told Lundy to wait until the seventh and Harper didn't last that long. Dennis is knocked out and comes to to find police Lt. Burger (Richard Travis) in the room with him with Lundy dead. Accused of the murder and out on bail, Dennis starts his own investigation and finds that Gale Chase (Rebel Randall) is connected with Gannon. He makes Gannon think that Gale is double-crossing him, but is arrested by Burger before he can harm Gale...(end first story...start second story)...Irma Rand (Joan Valerie) hires Dennis to pose as Ted Fallon, husband of her step-daughter Sylvia (Wanda McKay). She introduces him to Eddie (Abner Biberman) and Bill Rafferty (Anthony Warde), who knock him out and he awakens to find himself next to the body of the real Ted Fallon. He goes to Sylvia's apartment where he is again slugged by the two thugs, but this time he awakens and finds both men dead. The always-late Lt.Burger accuses him of these crimes. He learns from his buddy, Professor Shicker (Edward Brophy) that Sylvia had cashed $30,000 worth of bonds belonging to Rafferty and is planning to flee the country with Irma. Catching up to them Dennis and Burger learn that Irma killed Ted Fallon...and Sylvia, believing that Rafferty did it, killed him and Eddie.
G. I. Jane (1951) as Photography
F.B.I. Girl (1951) as Director of Photography
Savage Drums (1951) as Director of Photography
Three Desperate Men (1951) as Director of Photography
When they learn that their brother Matt Denton (Ross Latimer) is awaiting trial in California, charged with train robbery, deputies Tom Denton (Preston Foster) and Fred Denton (Jim Davis) leave their home in Fort Grant, Texas and head west. They arrive in Tulare just in time to rescue Matt from being hanged, but a guard is killed during their escape. Ed Larkin (Rory Mallinson) who framed Matt, falsely accuses them of a long list of crimes. They return to Fort Grant so that Tom can see his sweetheart Laura Brook (Virginia Grey). They encounter outlaw Bill Devlin (William Haade) who persuades them to hold up a train which Laura unwittingly told them would carry a large payroll. Soon the whole territory is enraged at their deeds. They return to Fort Grant to hold up the two banks that are filled with huge sums of cattle money.
Varieties on Parade (1951) as Photography
Kentucky Jubilee (1951) as Director of Photography
Rogue River (1950) as Director of Photography
The story of two step-brothers, raised by their father, the chief of police, in a small Oregon lumber town. One brother is hard-working, always within the law, the other a 'rogue.' When gold dust comes up missing from a crime scene, brother is pitted against brother and the father sides against one of the brothers.
Dakota Lil (1950) as Director of Photography
State Department File 649 (1949) as Director of Photography
Satan's Cradle (1949) as Director of Photography
Crooked lawyer Steve Gentry (Douglas Fowley) has plans to take over the town and mines of Silver City from Jim Mason. He kills Mason in what looks like a mine accident, and then brings in Lil (Ann Savage), who produces a fake marriage certificate and takes over Mason's property as his widow. Preacher Lane (Byron Foulger) attempts to arouse the townspeople to drive out Gentry, Lil and their cohorts and is beaten up by a couple of the Gentry henchmen. The Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo) and Pancho (Leo Carrillo) encounter the preacher, and head for Silver City. They subsequently reveal Gentry's machinations, and restore Silver City to the decent town it previously was.
16 Fathoms Deep (1948) as Photography
Miraculous Journey (1948) as Director of Photography
Adventures of Casanova (1948) as Director of Photography
The Strange Mrs. Crane (1948) as Director of Photography
Money Madness (1948) as Director of Photography
Lady at Midnight (1948) as Director of Photography
Heartaches (1947) as Director of Photography
Lady Chaser (1947) as Director of Photography
The Red Stallion (1947) as 2nd Unit Photography
Yong Joel Curtis (Ted Donaldson) finds an orphaned colt in the woods, whom he names "Red" and raises and trains him. When he learns that his grandmother (Jane Darwell) is going to have to sell her ranch to pay off the debts, he trains Red, with the help of Andy McBride (Robert Paige), as a race horse with the intention of selling his beloved animal friend in order to pay off his grandmother's debts.
Three on a Ticket (1947) as Director of Photography
A private detective, who has been shot, stumbles into the office of Michael Shayne (Hugh Beaumont), and dies before Shayne can question him. Shayne finds a baggage ticket in his hand. He claims it and finds the checked-bag contains the loot from a robbery. Now, he has about fifty minutes left of the running time to find the crooks, bring them to justice and return the money to the rightful owners. And needs all of it.
High Conquest (1947) as Photography
Seven Were Saved (1947) as Director of Photography
Adventure Island (1947) as Photography
Rory Calhoun, Paul Kelly and John Abbot are beachcombers/semi-derelicts on an unnamed but well-policed tropical island. Kelly, a sea captain in disgrace, is ordered to pilot a ship full of champaigne to Sydney, that has been lying in the harbor since its captain and most of the crew died of plague. He takes the other two along and plans on sailing elsewhere to sell the cargo. After anchors aweigh, they discover that Rhonda Fleming, the daughter of the deceased captain, is on board. This complicates matters, as does a fire on board, as does the discovery that the champaigne cargo is really water. They arrive at an uncharted island ruled by Alan Napier, a sophisticated British gentleman who is several cards short of playing with a full deck. Crazy as a bedbug. More complications arise, such as snake pits and acid-assassination attempts. Napier likes to keep his island tidy...something Sam Newfield was unable to do with this film as the director. At PRC, he was used to Buster Crabbe and "Fuzzy" St. John riding in and connecting the dots.
I Cover Big Town (1947) as Director of Photography
One of the four films in the Pine-Thomas series based on radio's long-running "Big Town." This time out, society editor Lorelei Kilbourne (Hillary Brooke) is assigned to the police beat. Her paper, "The Illustrated Press", following its usual policy of socially-correct muckraking by crusading editor Steve Wilson, is putting heat on the chief of police (Robert Shayne.) But Lorelei believes the chief is qualified to do the job. She and managing editor Steve Wilson (Philip Reed), who, in the film series, is wrong more often than right, discover a corpse and then proceed to help the police solve the crime. The police chief lends enough of a helping hand to be vindicated.
Hollywood Barn Dance (1947) as Director of Photography
A country-western band tries to raise money to rebuild their small-town church.
Fear in the Night (1947) as Director of Photography
Bank teller Vince Grayson wakes from a nightmare in which he and an unknown woman murdered a man in a strange, mirrored room. Only a dream...but Vince finds that he has physical objects and bruises from his "dream." His cop brother-in-law dismisses his story...until the family, on a picnic, takes shelter from a thunderstorm in a deserted mansion containing that mirrored room. Is doom closing in on Vince?
Too Many Winners (1947) as Director of Photography
Jungle Flight (1947) as Director of Photography
Kelly Jordan (Robert Lowery) and Andy Melton (Robert Kent) are former AAF fliers operating a cargo service over the South American mountain ranges in order to get enough money to return to Texas and buy a commercial line. Andy is killed when his overloaded plane crashes and explodes. Kelly meets Laurey Roberts (Ann Savage), who gets him to take her to the mining-camp operation as a cook, as she is running away from her ex-husband, Tom Hammond (Douglas Fowley), who has just been released from prison. Hammond catches up with Laurey, but he is killed in a gun fight, and Kelly and Laurie leave looking for a peaceful life in Texas.
Larceny in Her Heart (1946) as Director of Photography
In the second of the PRC "Michael Shayne" series,civic crusader Burton Stallings (Gordon Richards) hires private detective Michael Shayne (Hugh Beaumont) to locate the former's missing step-daughter Helen (Marie Harmon.) Shayne discovers that Stallings himself has had Helen confined in an asylum in order to obtain her money.
Strange Voyage (1946) as Director of Photography
Terrors on Horseback (1946) as Director of Photography
When Fuzzy's niece is killed in a stage holdup, Billy and Fuzzy go after the killers. They catch Tryon only to have him shot before he can talk. When Gordon confesses he is also killed. But Billy has a plan. He announces Gordon is alive and will shortly name the killer.
Ambush Trail (1946) as Photography
Bolton, trying to get the ranchers to leave, has his outlaw gang ambush all incoming supply wagons. Curly Thompson, out to stop them, gets framed for murder and put in jail.
Overland Riders (1946) as Director of Photography
Billy arrives to buy Barkley's cattle and gets involved in Landreau's scheme to get Barkley's ranch. When Landreau kills Barkley he takes the money Billy paid him. But Billy had been wounded earlier and blood got on the money. Billy suspects Landreau and needs to get into his safe and see his money.
Gas House Kids (1946) as Director of Photography
Outlaws of the Plains (1946) as Director of Photography
A gang of swindlers led by Nord Finner (Charles King) take advantage of simple-minded Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) by "advising" him through a "mysterious voice" which he believes is that of a deceased Indian chief. Fuzzy persuades his fellow townsmen to join him in buying worthless property, but Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) comes trotting onto the scene.
Blonde for a Day (1946) as Director of Photography
Avalanche (1946) as Director of Photography
Murder Is My Business (1946) as Director of Photography
The Mask of Diijon (1946) as Director of Photography
Lightning Raiders (1946) as Director of Photography
Gentlemen with Guns (1946) as Director of Photography
Six Gun Man (1946) as Photography
The Flying Serpent (1946) as Director of Photography
The demented archaeologist Dr. Andrew Forbes (George Zucco) discovers a living, breathing serpent creature known to the Aztecs as Quetzalcoatl (the Killer Bird God) and accidentally kills his wife by giving her one of the beast's feathers, causing the creature to track her down and slaughter her. Now Dr. Forbes uses this twisted knowledge to extract revenge upon his enemies by placing one of the serpent's feathers on his intended victim and letting the beast loose to wreak havoc.
The Lady Confesses (1945) as Director of Photography
Gangster's Den (1945) as Director of Photography
Stagecoach Outlaws (1945) as Director of Photography
Kirby sends his henchmen to break killer Matt Brawley out of jail. But Brawley has already broken out and they return with Fuzzy instead. Realizing they think he's Brawley, Fuzzy plays the part. He and Bill plan to round up the gang but Fuzzy is in trouble when the real Brawley shows up to expose the hoax.
Shadow of Terror (1945) as Photography
Youth Aflame (1945) as Cinematographer
Enemy of the Law (1945) as Photography
To get the money hidden by Gray before he was caught, the Rangers send Perkins to prison to become his friend. When the two get out, Perkins is unaware that Gray has printed the map to the loot on the bottom of his foot.
White Pongo (1945) as Director of Photography
Suspecting that a safari guide is a wanted killer, undercover policeman Geoffrey Bishop (Richard Fraser) joins a safari led by the suspect for a scientist that hopes to find and prove that a fabled white gorilla is a missing link.
Prairie Rustlers (1945) as Director of Photography
Danny Boy (1945) as Director of Photography
His Brother's Ghost (1945) as Director of Photography
Thorne and his gang are wiping out the ranchers. When they get to the Jones ranch they wound Andy. When he dies Billy Carson has his brother Fuzzy become Andy's ghost. They then set out to bring in the gang.
Navajo Kid (1945) as Photography
Border Badmen (1945) as Director of Photography
Fuzzy thinks he is the heir to a millionaire's fortune. When he and his friend Billy go to claim it, they encounter a swindler who wants the estate for himself.
Fighting Bill Carson (1945) as Director of Photography
Apology for Murder (1945) as Director of Photography
Reporter Kenny Blake (Hugh Beaumont) falls in love with scheming Toni Kirkland (Ann Savage) not knowing that she is married to a man years older than she. By the time he finds out, he is so under her spell that he murders her husband which is what Toni had planned all along. City editor McKee (Charles D. Brown), Kenny's boss and best friend, begins to pursue the tangled threads of the crime relentlessly and gradually closes the net on Kenny. The latter is mortally wounded by Toni, who has deserted him for another man.
Shadows of Death (1945) as Director of Photography
The Big Show-Off (1945) as Photography
Joe Bagley (Lionel Stander),owner of the Blue Heaven Club,tries to foster a romance between shy pianist Sandy Elliott (Arthur Lake)and band vocalist June Mayfield(Dale Evans.) Joe tells June that Sandy is really a professional,masked wrestler known as "The Devil." Wally Porter (George Meeker),also in love with June doesn't believe the story. The real wrestler breaks a leg in a match and Sandy,in order to keep up the ruse now has to wear a cast on his leg.June attends a match and hears the real Devil announce his engagement to another girl.
Swing Hostess (1944) as Director of Photography
A girl who is having a hard time finding a job gets involved with a record mix up and falls in love with a handsome band leader.
Valley of Vengeance (1944) as Director of Photography
Billy Carson arrives in King City looking for two men and kills them both. Caught by the Marshal he tells his story. When he and Fuzzy were boys, their wagon train was attacked and their parents killed. Years later the recently reunited boyhood friends get a clue as to their parents murderers and head to King City.
Fuzzy Settles Down (1944) as Director of Photography
Wishing to settle down, Fuzzy uses his reward money to buy a newspaper. He then raises money for the new telegraph line. When it is stolen, Barlowe incites the towns people to hang him. But his pal Billy Carson is at work to clear him.
Wild Horse Phantom (1944) as Director of Photography
Billy Carson gets the Governor to let Daggett and his gang escape from prison in hopes that they will lead him to the money they got when they robbed the bank. Billy and Fuzzy trail the gang to an old mine, but it looks like Billy's plan will fail when Daggett is unable to remember where he hid the money.
Rustlers' Hideout (1944) as Director of Photography
Bringing a herd of cattle to Dave Crockett, Billy halts before going through the pass where many herds have been rustled. He is right as there are two men after Crockett's ranch and packing plant which will be theirs if Crockett fails to pay off his note. When their attempt to get Crockett's son in financial trouble is broken up by Billy and their men fail to rustle the herd, they then poison the water hole.
Hitler's Madman (1943) as Director of Photography
The Nazis take revenge on a Czech village after one of their most sadistic commanders is assassinated there.
My Son, the Hero (1943) as Director of Photography
Queen of Broadway (1943) as Director of Photography
Fugitive of the Plains (1943) as Director of Photography
Fighting Frontier (1943) as Director of Photography
A cowboy risks his life to infiltrate an outlaw band.
The Kid Rides Again (1943) as Director of Photography
Dead Men Walk (1943) as Director of Photography
A small-town doctor's twin returns from the grave seeking vengeance.
The Mad Monster (1942) as Director of Photography
A mad scientist''''s experiments turn an innocent man into a nocturnal killer.
Texas Manhunt (1942) as Director of Photography
Law and Order (1942) as Director of Photography
In this entry in PRC's "Billy the Kid" series (aka "Billy the Kid in Law and Order" but known nowhere as "Billy the Kid's Law and Order") Billy the Kid (Buster Crabbe) and his pals Jeff Travis (Dave O'Brien as Tex O'Brien) and Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John), are arrested and brought to Ft. Culver, where Billy is amazed to discover that he and the post commander, Lt. Ted Morrison (Buster Crabbe), are exact doubles. Learning of a plot to swindle Aunt Mary Todd (Sarah Padden), a rich, blind relative of Morrison's, by marrying her off to imposter Simms (Hal Price) instead of her sweetheart George Fremont (George Morrell) who is on his way to her ranch, Billy and his pals escape and head for the ranch. Mil Crawford (Charles King), head of the gang scheming to get hold of the blind woman's fortune through Simms, has two men hold up the stage and kill Fremont and Morrison. Finding the bodies, Billy impersonates Morrison, and Crawford is furious when he sees Billy and mistakes him for the nephew, figuring his men had failed.The next day Linda (Wanda McKay), the niece of Fremont, arrives for the wedding and Billy meets her stagecoach and arranges for her to denounce Simms as an imposter.
Tumbleweed Trail (1942) as Director of Photography
Sheriff of Sage Valley (1942) as Director of Photography
Broadway Big Shot (1942) as Director of Photography
Outlaws of Boulder Pass (1942) as Director of Photography
Harkness controls Boulder Pass and his men are overcharging the ranches for its usage. When Tom Cameron steps in to rob the tollgate keepers and return the money to the ranchers, he gets caught.
The Lone Rider in Texas Justice (1942) as Director of Photography
Jungle Siren (1942) as Director of Photography
The Lone Rider in Cheyenne (1942) as Director of Photography
Prairie Pals (1942) as Director of Photography
Overland Stagecoach (1942) as Director of Photography
Tomorrow We Live (1942) as Director of Photography
A master criminal uses mind control to force an ex-con to commit crimes.
The Mysterious Rider (1942) as Director of Photography
Border Roundup (1942) as Director of Photography
In this 10th film of PRC's "Lone Rider" series, crooked banker Masters (I. Stanford Jolley) learns from rancher Jeff Sloane (John Elliott) that he and his partner, Sourdough (Jimmy Aubrey), have discovered a gold mine. Masters has his henchman Blackie (Charles King) and his gang, kill Sourdough and take Sloane a prisoner to force him to reveal the location of the gold strike. Masters tries to frame Smoky Moore (Dennis Moore) for the murder, by planting on him the gun used in the murder by Indian Pete (Nick Thompson), but his pals Tom Cameron/The Lone Rider (George Houston) and Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John) rescue him as the gang is taking him to the sheriff (Edward Peil.) After talking to Sloane's daughter, Amy (Patricia Knox), Tom is convinced that Masters is behind the killing and is also holding the old man a prisoner somewhere. He and his two pals set out to find and free Sloane and to also prove Masters' guilt.
Along the Sundown Trail (1942) as Director of Photography
Prisoner of Japan (1942) as Director of Photography
Billy the Kid's Smoking Guns (1942) as Director of Photography
Rolling Down the Great Divide (1942) as Director of Photography
Raiders of the West (1942) as Director of Photography
The Lone Rider and the Bandit (1942) as Director of Photography
Billy the Kid Trapped (1942) as Director of Photography
Stanton breaks Billy and his two friends Fuzzy and Jeff out of jail. He wants them free so three of his men can impersonate them for the robberies and murders he has planned.
Too Many Women (1942) as Director of Photography
Billy the Kid in Santa Fe (1941) as Director of Photography
Law of the Timber (1941) as Photography
The Lone Rider Ambushed (1941) as Director of Photography
The Lone Rider in Frontier Fury (1941) as Director of Photography
The Texas Marshal (1941) as Director of Photography
The Lone Rider in Ghost Town (1941) as Director of Photography
Tom and Fuzzy investigate a ghost town which, in this case, is supposedly haunted by real ghosts. The town is an outlaw gang's hideout, and they scare folks away to protect their mine.
Desperate Cargo (1941) as Director of Photography
Billy the Kid's Round-Up (1941) as Director of Photography
The Lone Rider Rides On (1941) as Director of Photography
Billy the Kid Wanted (1941) as Director of Photography
Billy the Kid's Range War (1941) as Director of Photography
Williams is out to stop Ellen Goreham from completing her road that is under construction and is using a man to impersonate Billy the Kid. When Billy sees the wanted posters and learns of the murders he supposedly committed, he sets out to find the imposter. His sidekick Fuzzy is there to help him but his friend Jeff, now a Marshal, is also after him.
Billy the Kid's Fighting Pals (1941) as Director of Photography
Billy, Fuzzy, and Jeff are on the run from the law again. This time they travel to a new town where Fuzzy is made Marshal. But Hardy and his outlaw gang control the town and none of the previous Marshals survived for very long.
Outlaws of the Rio Grande (1941) as Director of Photography
Escort Girl (1941) as Photography
A woman tries to hide her job as a paid escort from her visiting daughter.
Emergency Landing (1941) as Photography
Dangerous Lady (1941) as Director of Photography
The Lone Rider Fights Back (1941) as Director of Photography
The Lone Rider Crosses the Rio (1941) as Director of Photography
Secrets of a Model (1940) as Photography
Pretty girl in need of money for her dying mom's operation poses for a sculpture. Later she gets involved with drunken playboys and gets pregnant.
Frontier Crusader (1940) as Director of Photography
I Take This Oath (1940) as Photography
Billy the Kid's Gun Justice (1940) as Director of Photography
Billy the Kid in Texas (1940) as Director of Photography
Mr. Washington Goes to Town (1940) as Photography
Hold That Woman! (1940) as Director of Photography
Texas Renegades (1940) as Director of Photography
The Invisible Killer (1940) as Photography
Gun Code (1940) as Director of Photography
Marked Men (1940) as Photography
Arizona Gang Busters (1940) as Photography
Schmidt is the head of a group of spies building an arsenal along the border. Tim from the American side and Gringo from the Mexican side have been sent to investigate. But when they arrive they find the men they were to meet murdered and themselves arrested for the murders.
Riders of Black Mountain (1940) as Photography
Billy the Kid Outlawed (1940) as Photography
Torture Ship (1939) as Director of Photography
Mercy Plane (1939) as Photography
Buried Alive (1939) as Photography
Trigger Pals (1939) as Photography
Kent wants the Allen ranch. So he has Steve and his men rustle their cattle using Pete as an informant. When the Trigger Pals Lucky, Stormy, and Fuzzy fight back, Kent frames Stormy for the rustling.
Bad Boy (1939) as Director of Photography
Beasts of Berlin (1939) as Director of Photography
The Mystic Circle Murder (1939) as Photography
Fighting Mad (1939) as Photography
King of the Sierras (1938) as Camera
Where the West Begins (1938) as Photography
West of Rainbow's End (1938) as Camera
Phantom Ranger (1938) as Photography
Frontier Scout (1938) as Photography
After fighting in the Civil War, Wild Bill Hickok and Whiney head west to investigate missing cattle herds. There they meet their war buddy Norris who is now in the cattle business. When he is unable to explain the missing herds, Bill goes into action.
Code of the Rangers (1938) as Photography
Two Gun Justice (1938) as Camera
A western town is being overrun and ruled by a gang of outlaws led by Bart (John Merton). Former Ranger Tim (Tim McCoy) is called out of retirement and assigned to clean up the gang. He disguises himself as a Mexican bandit, joins the gang and works from within.
Rough Riding Rhythm (1938) as Photography
Gunsmoke Trail (1938) as Photography
Learning of Walters' inheritance, Larson kills him and assumes his identity. When Larson's men try to kill Walter's niece Lola, Jack Lane breaks it up. This leads to a showdown with Jack outnumbered by Larson and his gang. Having saved Loma's life earlier, he has Fuzzy ride for him and his men.
The Devil Diamond (1937) as Photography
Tough to Handle (1937) as Camera
Thanks for Listening (1937) as Cinematographer
A band of settlers on the Oregon Trail is attacked by outlaws, who steal their horses. The horses are returned and the outlaws chased off by three cowboys who just happen to pass by. Years later, the three cowboys again save the settlers when they are threatened by some rebellious farmworkers.
Anything for a Thrill (1937) as Photography
Roaring Six Guns (1937) as Photography
Sing While You're Able (1937) as Camera
High Hat (1937) as Photography
Valley of Terror (1937) as Photography
A cowboy finds himself in jail for rustling cattle. His buddy gets the idea to form a lynch mob in the hopes of arranging his escape once the mob takes him out of jail. However, things don't quite work out the way he planned.
Whistling Bullets (1937) as Photography
Swing It Professor (1937) as Cinematographer
The Fighting Texan (1937) as Photography
Rich Relations (1937) as Photography
Racing Blood (1936) as Photography
Border Caballero (1936) as Photography
Border Phantom (1936) as Photography
Cowboy Larry O'Day and his sidekick Lucky Smith happen upon a distraught Barbara Hartwell, who is about to be arrested for the murder of her uncle. With Barbara behind bars, Larry is determined to find the real killer and soon finds himself in the middle of a mystery involving crazed German entomologists and a smuggling ring bringing Chinese "picture girls" across the Mexican border for sale to wealthy Chinese bachelors.
Rogue of the Range (1936) as Photography
Lawless Land (1936) as Photography
Tell Your Children (1936) as Chief cam
Drug dealers lure a pair of young innocents into marijuana addiction.
Everyman's Law (1936) as Photography
The Crooked Trail (1936) as Cinematographer
Roarin' Guns (1936) as Photography
The Lion's Den (1936) as Photography
Lightnin' Bill Carson (1936) as Photography
Go-Get-'Em-Haines (1936) as Assistant Camera
Galloping Dynamite (1936) as Photography
Aces and Eights (1936) as Photography
Harden and Morgan are after Hernandez's rancho. They lend money to his son Jose which is then won back in a crooked poker game. But the notorious card sharp Tim Madigan now posing as Tom Harrington steps in to help Hernandez.
Under Cover Man (1936) as Photography
Ghost Patrol (1936) as Photography
A Professor has an invention that will bring down planes causing them to crash and Dawson is forcing him to use it on those carrying money. When Tim arrives to investigate he is mistaken for a noted outlaw. So he assumes that identity to force Dawson to make him a partner. But just as a plane bringing Tim help is arriving, his true identity is revealed and while he is a prisoner, Dawson forces the Professor to start his machine.
The Traitor (1936) as Photography
The Pace That Kills (1935) as Photography
A drug dealer gets a small town waitress hooked on cocaine.
Timber War (1935) as Photography
Bulldog Courage (1935) as Photography
Trails of the Wild (1935) as Camera
His Fighting Blood (1935) as Photography
La melodía prohibida (1933) as 2nd Camera
Bachelor's Affairs (1932) as Assistant Camera
Hell's Angels (1930) as Asst photog
Two buddies take on World War I flying aces and a seductive blonde.
The Sunset Legion (1928) as Asst photog
The Two-Gun Man (1926) as Assistant Camera

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Texas Marshall, The (1941) as Photography

Cinematography (short)

Famous Movie Dogs (1940)
Well known canine performers of the 1930s, including Asta from the Thin Man series, vie for a part in an upcoming movie in this short film. Vitaphone Release 9686.
Home Movies (1940)
In this short film, a blunderer tries to show some house guests the film he took on a vacation trip.

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