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Charles G. Clarke

Highest Rated: 100% Tarzan and His Mate (1934)

Lowest Rated: 75% The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956)

Birthday: Mar 19, 1899

Birthplace: Potter Valley, California, USA

Began his career as a portrait photographer in 1912. Clarke designed a battery-run camera motor which became the industry standard during the silent era, was a pioneer of matte photography techniques, and developed a reputation for location work under difficult conditions. He was nominated four times for an Academy Award.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Madison Avenue Cinematographer - 1962
No Score Yet 33% The Sound and the Fury Cinematographer - 1959
75% 73% The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit Cinematographer - 1956
No Score Yet No Score Yet Three Brave Men Cinematographer - 1956
83% 61% Carousel Cinematographer - 1956
No Score Yet 67% Prince of Players Cinematographer - 1955
No Score Yet 65% The Virgin Queen Cinematographer - 1955
No Score Yet 77% Stars and Stripes Forever Cinematographer - 1952
No Score Yet 14% Kangaroo Cinematographer - 1952
No Score Yet 45% The Big Lift Director of Photography - 1950
No Score Yet 59% Captain From Castile Cinematographer - 1947
96% 87% Miracle on 34th Street Cinematographer - 1947
No Score Yet No Score Yet Tampico Cinematographer - 1944
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Perfect Snob Cinematographer - 1941
No Score Yet No Score Yet Man of the People Cinematographer - 1937
No Score Yet 67% Stand-In Cinematographer - 1937
100% 75% Tarzan and His Mate Cinematographer - 1934
No Score Yet 80% Girls Demand Excitement Cinematographer - 1931
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sharp Shooters Cinematographer - 1928
No Score Yet No Score Yet Singed Cinematographer - 1927
No Score Yet No Score Yet Upstream Cinematographer - 1927
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Son of Tarzan Arab Slave Trader (Character),
Cinematographer
- 1920

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