Charles G. Clarke

Director of Photography - USA
Born March 18, 1899
Died July 1, 1983

Mini-Biography:
Charles G. Clarke was born on March 18, 1899. He was an American Director of Photography, known for Violent saturday (1955), Upstream (1927), Four Sons (1928), Charles G. Clarke's first movie on record is from 1916. Charles G. Clarke died on July 1, 1983. His last motion picture on file dates from 1960.

Charles G. Clarke Filmography [Auszug]
1960: [] Flaming Star (Director of Photography), Directed by Don Siegel, with Karl Swenson, John McIntire, L.Q. Jones,
1958: [/ /1] The hunters (Kampfflieger) (Director of Photography), Directed by Dick Powell, with May Britt, Richard Egan, John Gabriel,
1957: [] The Wayward Bus (Director of Photography), Directed by Victor Vicas, with Robert Bray, Dee Pollock, Dolores Michaels,
1955: [/ /1] Violent saturday (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Fleischer, with Donna Corcoran, J. Carrol Naish, Ernest Borgnine,
1951: [/ /1] Kangaroo (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with , Maureen O'Hara, Henry Murdock,
1950: [/ /1] The big lift (Director of Photography), Directed by George Seaton, with Cornell Borchers, Montgomery Clift, Danny Davenport,
1949: [/ /1] Slattery's Hurricane (Director of Photography), Directed by André de Toth, with Linda Darnell, Veronica Lake, Gary Merrill,
1946: [/ /1] The Iron Curtain (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Gene Tierney, Frederic Tozere, Stefan Schnabel,
1939: [] Frontier Marshal (Director of Photography), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Randolph Scott, Nancy Kelly, Cesar Romero,
1934: [] Viva Villa ! (Director of Photography), Directed by Jack Conway, Howard Hawks, with Wallace Beery, Fay Wray, Émile Chautard,
1934: [/ /1] Evelyn Prentice (Director of Photography), Directed by William K. Howard, with William Powell, Myrna Loy, Una Merkel,
1934: [04.16] Tarzan and his mate (Director of Photography), Directed by Cedric Gibbons, Jack Conway, with , Maureen O'Sullivan, Neil Hamilton,
1928: [12.02] The red dance (The Red Dancer of Moscow) (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Dolores Del Rio, Charles Farrell, Ivan Linow,
1928: [11.25] Riley the Cop (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with J. Farrell MacDonald, Nancy Drexel, David Rollins,
1928: [02.13] Four Sons (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Margaret Mann, James Hall, Charles Morton,
1927: [/ /1] Ham and Eggs at the Front (Director of Photography), Directed by Roy del Ruth, with Heinie Conklin, Louise Fazenda, William Irving,
1927: [01/30] Upstream (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with , Earle Foxe, Grant Withers,
1925: [] Without Mercy (Director of Photography), Directed by George Melford, with Dorothy Phillips, Rockliffe Fellowes, Vera Reynolds,
1923: [10.25] The Light That Failed (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Clarke) ), Directed by George Melford, with Jacqueline Logan, Percy Marmont, David Torrence,
1916: [06.26] Shoes (Unshoed Maiden (Reissue title)) (Camera Assistant), Directed by Lois Weber, with Mary MacLaren, Harry Griffith, Mrs. Witting,

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