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George Schneiderman

George Schneiderman


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Also Known As: Died: November 19, 1964
Born: September 20, 1894 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cinematography ...


Cinematography (feature film)

Michael Shayne, Private Detective (1941) as Photography
The Irish-American detective Shayne is hired by a racetrack bigwig (Kolb) to guard his compulsive gambler daughter (Weaver). When her boyfriend is murdered, Shayne gets blamed.
Flirting with Fate (1938) as Photography
The Gladiator (1938) as Photography
52nd Street (1937) as Director of Photography
The Devil Is a Sissy (1936) as Photography
A British boy in New York tries to join a tenement gang.
George White's 1935 Scandals (1935) as Photography
Metropolitan (1935) as Photography
Opera prima donna leaves the Metropolitan to form her own company with Tibbett as leading man. She leaves this company too which means Tibbett and company must carry on without her.
Steamboat Round the Bend (1935) as Photography
Judge Priest (1934) as Photography
A Southern judge confounds civic leaders with his laid-back approach to his job.
Orient Express (1934) as Photography
Hold That Girl (1934) as Photography
George White's Scandals (1934) as Photography
Opening with a credit line that reads "Entire production conceived, created and directed by George White," a film evolves where the only plot line is a thin backstage romance between Jimmy Martin (Rudy Vallee) and Kitty Donnelly (Alice Faye)in and around a dozen or more sketches, revues, black-outs and singing and dancing turns. Made before the birth of the production code, reviewers of the day found much to object about in the implications of Alice Faye's "Nasty Man" song with the Meglin Kiddies, and the dog action in the "Your Dog Loves My Dog" number by Vallee, Faye, Jimmy Durante and Dixie Dunbar. The geometric dance arrangements used in the Vallee, Durante and Cliff Edwards "Every Day Is Father's Day" was not cause for Busby Berkeley to lose any sleep.
Elinor Norton (1934) as Photography
The World Moves On (1934) as Photography
A Louisiana cotton family fights to survive war and the Depression.
Robbers' Roost (1933) as Photography
Walls of Gold (1933) as Photography
Doctor Bull (1933) as Photography
A country doctor ignites gossip when he falls for a small-town widow.
Pilgrimage (1933) as Photography
A possessive mother pushes her son into World War I service rather than see him get married.
Arizona to Broadway (1933) as Photography
Infernal Machine (1933) as Photography
Almost Married (1932) as Photography
Russian beauty Anita Mellikovna, traveling by train with a forged passport and carrying jewels, finds the police on her tail. Seeing Deene Maxwell, whom she met one summer in Scotland, on a train across the tracks, Anita climbs out of her train and enters his compartment. Deene, a British official traveling to Moscow, suggests they pose as husband and wife, since he has diplomatic immunity, and offers to marry her at the British Embassy. After the wedding, Anita reveals that she is already married to an eccentric, violent composer, Louis Capristi, whom she left on their wedding night after he threatened her. Meanwhile, Capristi, under the name Charles Pringle, is imprisoned in an English asylum for the criminally insane since he strangled a woman to death. Anita and Deene are happily in love in England when they are confronted by Capristi, who escaped after he heard about their marriage. Capristi threatens to have them arrested for bigamy unless they allow him to stay a few days until his boat for South America sails. Deene's friend, Scotland Yard Inspector Slante, becomes suspicious of Capristi and posts guards to watch him. One evening in a restaurant in Soho, the French girl Mariette recognizes Capristi as Pringle, and he murders her. Disguising his voice, Capristi calls Deene and lures him out of the house by telling him to meet Slante at Mariette's apartment.
Mystery Ranch (1932) as Photography
To maintain his vast ranch holdings, Henry Steele holds Jane, the daughter of his deceased business partner, against her will. Stalwart ranger Bob Sanborn rescues Jane in a riding incident and is invited to stay over at the ranch by the malevolent Steele, who catches on immediately to the fact that Sanborn has been asked by Jane to help her escape. Steele escorts Bob off the ranch just after giving the order to his vicious ranch hands, Mudo and Tonto, not to let him leave alive.
The Golden West (1932) as Photography
Lovers David Lunch and Betty Summers are caught in the feud between their two families. When David kills the Summers son, he escapes to the West. He marries and when his boy is two he and his wife are killed by Indians who take the boy. Twenty years later the boy is now the Indian chief. Betty's daughter is nearby and the two are destined to meet.
The Gay Caballero (1932) as Photography
Football star Ted Radcliffe goes west to manage an inherited cattle ranch. Empire builder and cattle thief Don Paco is hounded by El Coyote (who is really Don Bob) who now has a partner in Ted. Unfortunately Ted is also falling love with Don Paco's daughter Adela.
Stepping Sisters (1932) as Photography
Careless Lady (1932) as Photography
Young America (1932) as Photography
Already in trouble with the law, Arthur and his friend Nutty break into a drugstore to get medicine for Nutty's grandmother. The druggist's wife, Mrs. Doray, asks for custody. When he hears them arguing over him, Arthur runs away. When he returns Mr. Doray is being held up by bandits at the drugstore.
Charlie Chan Carries On (1931) as Photography
Charlie steps in to solve the murder of a wealthy American found dead in a London hotel. Settings include London, Nice, San Remo, Honolulu and Hong Kong. Fast-paced with lots of wisecracking.
Under Suspicion (1931) as Photography
Riders of the Purple Sage (1931) as Photography
Lassiter's sister was killed and her young daughter taken and raised by outlaws. Years later Lassiter arrives at the Withersteen ranch looking for the now grown daughter. He immediately gets caught up in the ranch's struggle against rustlers. Trailing a rustled herd of horses leads him to the rustler's hideout and the missing daughter.
A Holy Terror (1931) as Photography
Eastern millionaire's son Bard finds his father murdered and flies west to see rancher Drew who may know something about it. En route he crashes his plane into Jerry's bathroom; she falls in love with him which makes her suitor Steve jealous.
Part Time Wife (1930) as Director of Photography
The Big Party (1930) as Director of Photography
Good Intentions (1930) as Director of Photography
Born Reckless (1930) as Camera
Scotland Yard (1930) as Director of Photography
Road House (1928) as Director of Photography
Four Sons (1928) as Director of Photography
A family saga in which three of a Bavarian widow''''s sons go to war for Germany and the fourth goes to America, Germany''''s eventual opponent.
Hangman's House (1928) as Director of Photography
Set in Ireland and notable today as the first movie in which John Wayne is clearly visible, a spectator at the steeplechase. He knocks the fence down and leads the other spectators toward the winning horse.
Colleen (1927) as Director of Photography
The Auctioneer (1927) as Director of Photography
Is Zat So? (1927) as Director of Photography
2 Girls Wanted (1927) as Director of Photography
Three Bad Men (1926) as Director of Photography
The Johnstown Flood (1926) as Director of Photography
Black Paradise (1926) as Director of Photography
The Shamrock Handicap (1926) as Director of Photography
Trovatosi in grosse difficoltà economiche, un vecchio nobiluomo irlandese è costretto a vendere parte della propria scuderia ad un possidente Americano, che si porta via anche il suo miglior fantino. Durante una corsa il fantino si infortuna e, così, viene raggiunto in America dal vecchio padrone, che ha portato con sè anche la figlia ed una puledra. Per risollevare le sorti della scuderia, iscrivono la puledra ad una corsa importante (sarà la ragazza a montarla) e vincono il primo premio. Così possono tornare tutti e quattro in Irlanda.
Whispering Wires (1926) as Director of Photography
The Blue Eagle (1926) as Director of Photography
Lazybones (1925) as Director of Photography
Steve Tuttle (Charles Jones), the titular lazybones, takes on the responsibility of raising a fatherless girl, causing a scandal in his small town. Many years later, having returned from World War I, he discovers that he loves the grown-up girl.
Thank You (1925) as Director of Photography
The Iron Horse (1925) as Director of Photography
A pony express rider honors his father''''s memory by helping build the transcontinental railway.
Kentucky Pride (1925) as Director of Photography
The Roughneck (1924) as Director of Photography
Hearts of Oak (1924) as Director of Photography
The Face on the Barroom Floor (1923) as Director of Photography
The Village Blacksmith (1923) as Director of Photography
Snowdrift (1923) as Director of Photography
Man's Size (1923) as Director of Photography
Cameo Kirby (1923) as Director of Photography
Wrongfully blamed for the death of Col. John Randall, Cameo Kirby (Gilbert) must find the true villain and clear his name before he can declare his love for Adele (Olmstead), the dead man's daughter.
Hoodman Blind (1923) as Director of Photography
Boston Blackie (1923) as Director of Photography
Western Speed (1922) as Director of Photography
Pawn Ticket 210 (1922) as Director of Photography
The Fast Mail (1922) as Director of Photography
Youth Must Have Love (1922) as Director of Photography
Pardon My Nerve (1922) as Director of Photography
Jackie (1921) as Director of Photography
Colorado Pluck (1921) as Director of Photography
Children of the Night (1921) as Director of Photography
Jerrold Jarvis Jones, a lowly shipping clerk, falls asleep on his office stool and has a dream: He is an aggressive, carefully groomed man of the world who welcomes adventure when an attractive girl addresses him as Tourvaine and takes him on an automobile ride. He is taken to a meeting of a secret criminal society known as "Children of the Night" and is mistaken for a new leader who was to arrive from abroad, a role he assumes until exposed. In a series of fights with the crooks, he rescues Sylvia (in real life a secretary in his office) and mingles in the world of high society. Awakening from his dream, he is fired with ambition and astonishes everyone by walking out with the stenographer.
Bare Knuckles (1921) as Director of Photography
Singing River (1921) as Director of Photography
Queenie (1921) as Director of Photography
Flame of Youth (1920) as Camera
Over the Hill to the Poorhouse (1920) as Camera
Based by a true story of an estranged couple stranded in a blizzard at Christmas, Suzanne Shemwell's estranged husband Jim unexpectedly comes to Idaho for a family visit just before the holiday, Suzanne is less than thrilled, but their two daughters, 16-year-old Miranda and seven-year-old Taryn, are
The Hell Ship (1920) as Camera
Her Elephant Man (1920) as Camera
Sunset Sprague (1920) as Camera
Molly and I (1920) as Camera
Love's Harvest (1920) as Camera
Just Pals (1920) as Camera
The Little Wanderer (1920) as Camera
Love Is Love (1919) as Camera
Vagabond Luck (1919) as Camera
The Lost Princess (1919) as Camera
The Great Love (1918) as Camera
An idealistic young American during World War I, itching to fight the Germans and not wanting to wait until the U. S. joined the war, journeys to Canada and enlists in the British army. He is sent for training to England, and then to the front in Ffance, where he is wounded. Returned back to England to recuperate from his wounds, he falls in love with the daughter of an Australian minister.
Salome (1918) as Camera
When Herodias divorces her husband and marries his brother Herod Antipas, governor of Judea, the prophet John the Baptist protests and is imprisoned. Salome, daughter of Herodias and both niece and step-daughter to Herod dances seductively and wins the prize of anything she asks of Herod. The prize she asks is the head of John the Baptist.
Les Miserables (1918) as Camera
Jean Valjean, a good and decent man who has committed a minor crime, is imprisoned but escapes. He is pursued thereafter for years by Javert, the cruel and implacable arm of the law.
A Tale of Two Cities (1917) as Camera
At the outbreak of the French Revolution, Charles Darnay goes to Paris to rescue an imprisoned former family servant. He is himself imprisoned and condemned by the revolutionary forces there. His wife, the former Lucie Manette, is secretly loved by a gentlemanly wastrel, Sydney Carton. Carton embarks on a daring plan to save the husband of the woman he loves.
Cleopatra (1917) as Camera
A Fool There Was (1915) as Camera
John Schuyler, happily married Wall Street lawyer, is appointed as special diplomatic representative to England. By an unhappy accident, his wife and child can't come along; but on the ship with him is "The Vampire," a "notorious woman" who lives off a succession of men she has seduced and ruined. Slighted by Mrs. Schuyler, she has set her sights on the husband. Two months later, we find the Fool languishing with the mistress who has him enmeshed in her toils. Will he follow the others to the depths of degradation?
Carmen (1915) as Camera

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