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Roland Totheroh

Highest Rated: 100% The Idle Class (1921)

Lowest Rated: 92% A Woman of Paris (1923)

Birthday: Nov 29, 1890

Birthplace: San Francisco, California, USA

Former newspaper illustrator who entered film in 1910 as a cameraman with Essanay studios in Chicago. Totheroh's multi-film association with Charlie Chaplin began when the latter left Keystone for Essanay in 1915. Their collaboration spanned over three decades and included most of Chaplin's masterpieces: "The Tramp" (1915), "The Kid" (1921), "The Gold Rush" (1925) and (as co-cinematographer) "City Lights" (1931), "Modern Times" (1936), "The Great Dictator"(1940) and "Limelight" (1952).

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
93% 95% The Great Dictator Cinematographer - 1940
98% 95% Modern Times Cinematographer $163.2K 1936
98% 96% City Lights Cinematographer $18.2K 1931
100% 93% The Gold Rush Cinematographer - 1925
92% 75% A Woman of Paris Cinematographer - 1923
No Score Yet 81% Pay Day Cinematographer - 1922
100% 81% The Idle Class Cinematographer - 1921
No Score Yet 81% Shoulder Arms Cinematographer - 1918
No Score Yet 71% The Adventurer Cinematographer - 1917
No Score Yet 79% The Cure Cinematographer - 1917
No Score Yet No Score Yet Easy Street Cinematographer - 1917
No Score Yet 65% The Pawnshop Cinematographer - 1916
No Score Yet 74% The Vagabond Cinematographer - 1916
No Score Yet 83% Behind the Screen Cinematographer - 1916
No Score Yet 69% One A.M. Cinematographer - 1916