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Director of Photography - USA
Born June 23, 1892 in Chicago, IL, USA
Died February 27, 1979 in Woodland Hills, CA, US

Mini-Biography:
John F. Seitz was born on June 23, 1892 in Chicago, IL, USA. He was an American Director of Photography, known for Tiger in the Sky (1955), Sunset Boulevard (1950), The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1939), John F. Seitz's first movie on record is from 1916. John F. Seitz died on February 27, 1979 in Woodland Hills, CA, US. His last motion picture on file dates from 1960.

Filmography [Auszug]
1960: Guns of the timberland (tonnerre sur Timberland) (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert D. Webb, with Frankie Avalon, Jeanne Crain, Alan Ladd,
1959: The Man in the Net (Director of Photography), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Charles McGraw, Diane Brewster, Tom Helmore,
1959: Island of Lost Women (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Jeff Richards, Venetia Stevenson,
1958: The Badlanders (Director of Photography), Directed by Delmer Daves, with Adam Williams, Anthony Caruso, John Day,
1958: The Deep Six (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolph Maté, with Alan Ladd, Dianne Foster, William Bendix,
1956: The Big Land (Stampeded) (Director of Photography), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with Virginia Mayo, Alan Ladd, Edmond O'Brien,
1956: Santiago (Director of Photography), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with Alan Ladd, Lloyd Nolan, Rossana Podestà,
1956: A Cry in the Night (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Edmond O'Brien, Brian Donlevy, Natalie Wood,
1955: Tiger in the Sky (The McConnell Story, Starfighter Tiger) (Director of Photography), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with Frank Ferguson, Frank Faylen, Alan Ladd,
1955: Hell on Frisco Bay (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with William Demarest, Joanne Dru, Alan Ladd,
1955: Many rivers to cross (Director of Photography), Directed by Roy Rowland, with John Hudson, Victor McLaglen, Ralph Moody,
1954: Rogue Cop (Director of Photography), Directed by Roy Rowland, with Alan Hale jr., Robert Taylor, Janet Leigh,
1954: Saskatchewan (O'Rourke of the Royal Mounted) (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Frank Chase, Alan Ladd, J. Carrol Naish,
1954: The Rocket Man (Director of Photography), Directed by Oscar Rudolph, with James Coburn,
1953: Fort Algiers (Director of Photography), Directed by Lesley Selander, with Robert Boon, Yvonne De Carlo, Leif Erickson,
1953: Botany Bay (Director of Photography), Directed by John Farrow, with Alan Ladd, James Mason, Patricia Medina,
1953: Desert Legion (Director of Photography), Directed by Joseph Pevney, with Alan Ladd, Richard Conte, Arlene Dahl,
1953: Invaders from Mars (Director of Photography), Directed by William Cameron Menzies, with Max Wagner, Hillary Brooke, Helena Carter,
1952: The Iron Mistress (Director of Photography), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with Alan Ladd, Virginia Mayo, Douglas Dick,
1952: The San Francisco Story (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Parrish, with Florence Bates, Yvonne De Carlo, Sidney Blackmer,
1952: The Savage (Director of Photography), Directed by George Marshall, with Michael Tolan, Susan Morrow, Peter Hansen,
1951: When worlds collide (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolph Maté, with Richard Derr, John Hoyt, Barbara Rush,
1951: Appointment with Danger (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Allen, with Alan Ladd, Phyllis Calvert, Ernst Verebes,
1951: Dear Brat (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Mona Freeman, Natalie Wood,
1950: Sunset Boulevard (Director of Photography), Directed by Billy Wilder, with William Holden, Gloria Swanson, Erich von Stroheim,
1950: Captain Carey, U.S.A. (After Midnight) (Director of Photography), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Alan Ladd, Wanda Hendrix, Franz Lederer,
1950: The Goldbergs (Molly) (Director of Photography), Directed by Walter Hart, with Gertrude Berg, Ernst Verebes,
1949: The Great Gatsby (Director of Photography), Directed by Elliott Nugent, Jack Conway, with Alan Ladd, Betty Field, Henry Hull,
1949: Chicago Deadline (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Allen, with Alan Ladd, Donna Reed, June Havoc,
1948: The big clock (Director of Photography), Directed by John Farrow, with Ernst Verebes, Elsa Lanchester, Charles Laughton,
1948: The Night has a Thousand Eyes (Director of Photography), Directed by John Farrow, with Mary Adams, John Alexander, Roman Bohnen,
1948: On Our Merry Way (A Miracle can happen) (Director of Photography), Directed by King Vidor, Leslie Fenton, with James Stewart, Henry Fonda, Paulette Goddard,
1948: Saigon (Director of Photography), Directed by Leslie Fenton, with Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake,
1948: Beyond Glory (Director of Photography), Directed by John Farrow, with Henry Travers, Donna Reed, George MacReady,
1947: The imperfect Lady (Mrs. Loring's Secret, They Met at Midnight) (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Allen, with Miles Mander, Ray Milland, Cedric Hardwicke,
1947: Wild Harvest (Director of Photography), Directed by Tay Garnett, with Richard Erdman, Alan Ladd, Robert Preston,
1947: Calcutta (Director of Photography), Directed by John Farrow, with Alan Ladd, Ernst Verebes,
1946: The Well-Groomed Bride (Director of Photography), Directed by Sidney Lanfield, with Jean Heather, Ray Milland, Sonny Tufts,
1946: Home, Sweet Homicide (Director of Photography), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with James Gleason, Randolph Scott, Lynn Bari,
1945: The Lost Weekend (Director of Photography), Directed by Billy Wilder, with Lillian Fontaine, Philip Terry, Jane Wyman,
1945: The Unseen (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Allen, with Isobel Elsom, Gail Russell, Herbert Marshall,
1944: Casanova Brown (Director of Photography), Directed by Sam Wood, with Gary Cooper, Anita Louise, Teresa Wright,
1944: Hail the conquering hero (Director of Photography), Directed by Preston Sturges, with Raymond Walburn, Georgia Caine, William Demarest,
1944: The Hour Before the Dawn (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Nils Asther, Veronica Lake, John Sutton,
1944: Double indemnity (Director of Photography), Directed by Billy Wilder, with Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson,
1943: Five graves to Cairo (Director of Photography), Directed by Billy Wilder, with Franchot Tone, Anne Baxter, Akim Tamiroff,
1943: The Miracle of Morgan's Creek (Director of Photography), Directed by Preston Sturges, with Betty Hutton, Eddie Bracken, William Demarest,
1942: The Moon and Sixpence (Director of Photography), Directed by Albert Lewin, with Florence Bates, Herbert Marshall, Doris Dudley,
1942: This gun for hire (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Louise La Planche, Veronica Lake, Robert Preston,
1942: Fly-By-Night (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Siodmak, with Richard Carlson, Nancy Kelly, Albert Bassermann,
1942: Lucky Jordan (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Miles Mander, Helen Walker, Sheldon Leonard,
1941: Sullivan's Travels (Director of Photography), Directed by Preston Sturges, with Robert Warwick, Porter Hall, Veronica Lake,
1940: We Who Are Young (Director of Photography: /xx/), Directed by Harold S. Bucquet, with Lana Turner, John Shelton, Gene Lockhart,
1940: Dr. Kildare's Strange Case (Director of Photography), Directed by Harold S. Bucquet, with Emma Dunn, Lionel Barrymore, Laraine Day,
1940: Dr. Kildare's Crisis (Director of Photography), Directed by Harold S. Bucquet, with Alma Kruger, Lionel Barrymore, Laraine Day,
1940: A Little Bit of Heaven (Director of Photography), Directed by Andrew V. Marton, with Gloria Jean, Robert Stack, Hugh Herbert,
1939: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Abenteuer am Mississippi) (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Rex Ingram, Walter Connolly, William Frawley,
1939: Another thin man (The Return of the Thin Man) (Director of Photography: /xx/), Directed by W. S. Van Dyke, with Alexander D'Arcy, Harry Bellaver, Don Costello,
1939: The Hardys Ride High (Director of Photography), Directed by George B. Seitz, with Sara Haden, Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone,
1939: Sergeant Madden (Director of Photography), Directed by Josef von Sternberg, with Wallace Beery, Alan Curtis, Laraine Day,
1939: Prophet Without Honor (Director of Photography), Directed by Felix E. Feist,
1939: 6000 Enemies (Director of Photography), Directed by George B. Seitz, with John Arledge, Rita Johnson, Paul Kelly,
1939: Thunder Afloat (Director of Photography), Directed by George B. Seitz, with Wallace Beery, Chester Morris, Virginia Grey,
1939: Bad Little Angel (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Thiele, with Lois Wilson, Gene Reynolds, Guy Kibbee,
1939: Let's Talk Turkey (Director of Photography), Directed by Felix E. Feist,
1938: Lord Jeff (The Boy from Barnardo's) (Director of Photography), Directed by Sam Wood, with Freddie Bartholomew, Mickey Rooney, Charles Coburn,
1938: The crowd roars (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Jane Wyman, Donald Red Barry, Charles D. Brown,
1938: Love Is a Headache (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Thorpe, with Franchot Tone, Gladys George, Ted Healy,
1938: Young Dr. Kildare (Director of Photography), Directed by Harold S. Bucquet, with Philip Terry, Lew Ayres, Lynne Carver,
1938: Stablemates (Director of Photography), Directed by Sam Wood, with Wallace Beery, Mickey Rooney, Arthur Hohl,
1938: A Christmas Carol (Director of Photography: /xx/), Directed by Edwin L. Marin, with Reginald Owen, Gene Lockhart,
1937: Between two women (Surrounded by Women) (Director of Photography), Directed by George B. Seitz, with Virginia Bruce, Helen Troy, June Clayworth,
1937: Navy Blue and Gold (Director of Photography), Directed by Sam Wood, with Philip Terry, Robert Young, Florence Rice,
1937: Carnival in Paris (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Thiele, with Henry Brandon, Ann Rutherford, Harry Burns,
1937: Madame X (Director of Photography), Directed by Sam Wood, with Warren William, John Beal, Reginald Owen,
1936: Fifteen Maiden Lane (Director of Photography), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Claire Trevor, Cesar Romero, Douglas Fowley,
1936: The Country Doctor (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with John Qualen, June Lang, Slim Summerville,
1936: Captain January (Director of Photography), Directed by David Butler, with Shirley Temple, Guy Kibbee, Slim Summerville,
1936: Poor Little Rich Girl (Director of Photography), Directed by Irving Cummings, with Jane Darwell, Alice Faye, Gloria Stuart,
1935: One More Spring (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Roger Imhof, Janet Gaynor, Warner Baxter,
1935: Helldorado (Director of Photography), Directed by James Cruze, with Richard Arlen, Madge Evans, Ralph Bellamy,
1935: The Farmer Takes a Wife (Director of Photography), Directed by Victor Fleming, with Jane Withers, Henry Fonda, Charles Bickford,
1935: Curly Top (Director of Photography), Directed by Irving Cummings, with Shirley Temple, John Boles, Rochelle Hudson,
1935: Redheads on Parade (Director of Photography), Directed by Norman Z. McLeod, with John Boles, Dixie Lee, Jack Haley,
1935: Navy Wife (Beauty's Daughter) (Director of Photography), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Ben Lyon, Ralph Bellamy, Jane Darwell,
1935: The Littlest Rebel (Director of Photography), Directed by David Butler, with Shirley Temple, John Boles, Jack Holt,
1934: Marie Galante (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Spencer Tracy, Ketti Gallian, Leslie Fenton,
1934: Springtime for Henry (Director of Photography), with Arthur Hoyt, Nancy Carroll, Nigel Bruce,
1934: Coming-Out Party (Director of Photography), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Harry Green, Gene Raymond, Alison Skipworth,
1934: All Men Are Enemies (Director of Photography), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with Helen Twelvetrees, Mona Barrie, Hugh Williams,
1933: Ladies they talk about (Women in Prison) (Director of Photography), Directed by William Keighley, with Lillian Roth, Preston Foster, Lyle Talbot,
1933: Dangerously Yours (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Mischa Auer, Miriam Jordan, Herbert Mundin,
1933: Adorable (Princess at Your Orders) (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Hans Heinrich von Twardowski, Henri Garat, C. Aubrey Smith,
1933: Paddy the Next Best Thing (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry Lachman, with Janet Gaynor, Warner Baxter, Walter Connolly,
1933: Mr. Skitch (Director of Photography), Directed by James Cruze, with Eugene Pallette, Rochelle Hudson, ZaSu Pitts,
1932: A passport to Hell (Burnt Offering, Undesirable Lady (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Elissa Landi, Paul Lukacs, Warner Oland,
1932: She Wanted a Millionaire (Director of Photography), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Joan Bennett, Spencer Tracy, Una Merkel,
1932: Careless Lady (Director of Photography), Directed by Kenneth Mackenna, with Nora Lane, John Boles, Minna Gombell,
1932: Six Hours to Live (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Warner Baxter, Miriam Jordan, John Boles,
1932: The Woman in Room 13 (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Elissa Landi, Ralph Bellamy, Neil Hamilton,
1931: Over the Hill (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Sally Eilers, Mae Marsh,
1931: Hush Money (Director of Photography), Directed by Sidney Lanfield, with Hardie Albright, Joan Bennett, Myrna Loy,
1931: The age for love (Director of Photography), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with Charles Starrett, Mary Duncan, Billie Dove,
1931: Misbehaving Ladies (A Main Street Princess, Once There Was a Princess, The Queen of Main Street) (Director of Photography), Directed by William Beaudine, with Virginia Grey, Ben Lyon, Louise Fazenda,
1931: Merely Mary Ann (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, Beryl Mercer,
1931: East Lynne (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Ann Harding, Clive Brook, Conrad Nagel,
1931: The Right of Way (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Snitz Edwards, Loretta Young, Fred Kohler,
1931: Young Sinners (Director of Photography), Directed by John G. Blystone, with Thomas Meighan, Hardie Albright, Dorothy Jordan,
1931: Men of the Sky (Director of Photography), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with Irene Delroy, Bramwell Fletcher,
1930: Kismet (Director of Photography), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Otis Skinner, Loretta Young, David Manners,
1930: The Bad Man (Director of Photography), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Walter Huston, Myrna Loy, James Rennie,
1930: Murder Will Out (Director of Photography), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Hedda Hopper, Jack Marshall, Noah Beery,
1930: In the Next Room (Director of Photography), Directed by Edward F. Cline, with Alice Day,
1930: Back Pay (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Corinne Griffith, Grant Withers, Montagu Love,
1930: Sweethearts and Wives (Director of Photography), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Billie Dove, Clive Brook, Sidney Blackmer,
1930: Road to Paradise (Director of Photography), Directed by William Beaudine, with Kathlyn Williams, Jack Mulhall, Raymond Hatton,
1929: The Squall (Director of Photography), Directed by Alexander Korda, with Loretta Young, Knute Erickson, George Hackathorn,
1929: The Painted Angel (Director of Photography), Directed by Willard Webb, with Edmund Lowe, Billie Dove,
1929: Her private Life (Director of Photography), Directed by Alexander Korda, with Billie Dove, Walter Pidgeon, Thelma Todd,
1929: Saturday's Children (Director of Photography), Directed by Gregory La Cava,
1929: The Divine Lady (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Montagu Love, Victor Varconi, H.B. Warner,
1929: Hard to Get (Director of Photography), Directed by William Beaudine, with Dorothy Mackaill, Charles Delaney,
1929: A Most Immoral Lady (Director of Photography), Directed by John Griffith Wray, with Donald Reed, Walter Pidgeon, Sidney Blackmer,
1929: Careers (Director of Photography), Directed by John Francis Dillon, with Billie Dove, Antonio Moreno, Thelma Todd,
1928: Adoration (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Lloyd, with Billie Dove, Antonio Moreno,
1928: Outcast (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Corinne Griffith, James Ford, Louise Fazenda,
1928: The Patsy (The Politic Flapper) (Director of Photography), Directed by King Vidor, with Dell Henderson, Marion Davies, Marie Dressler,
1928: Across To Singapore (Director of Photography), Directed by William Nigh, with Ramon Novarro, Joan Crawford, Anna May Wong,
1928: The Trail of '98 (Director of Photography), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Russell Simpson, Ralph Forbes, Karl Dane,
1927: The Fair Co-Ed (Director of Photography), Directed by Sam Wood, with Marion Davies,
1926: The Magician (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Alice Terry, Paul Wegener, Ivan Petrovich,
1925: Mare Nostrum (Our Sea) (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Antonio Moreno, Alice Terry, Hughie Mack,
1924: The Price of a Party (Director of Photography), Directed by Charles Giblyn, with Hope Hampton, Harrison Ford, Arthur Edmund Carewe,
1924: Classmates (Winning Through) (Director of Photography), Directed by John S. Robertson, with Richard Barthelmess, Charlotte Walker, Madge Evans,
1924: The Arab (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Ramon Novarro, Alice Terry, Jerrold Robertshaw,
1923: Scaramouche (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Lloyd Ingraham, Alice Terry, Ramon Novarro,
1923: Where the Pavement ends (The Passion Vine) (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Edward Connelly, Alice Terry, Ramon Novarro,
1922: Trifling Women (Black Orchids) (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Barbara La Marr, Ramon Novarro, Pomeroy Doc Cannon,
1922: The Prisoner of Zenda (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Lewis Stone, Alice Terry, Robert Edeson,
1921: Turn to the Right (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Alice Terry, Jack Mulhall, Harry Myers,
1921: The conquering power (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Alice Terry, Rudolph Valentino, Eric Mayne,
1921: Uncharted Seas (Director of Photography), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Alice Lake, Carl Gerard, Rudolph Valentino,
1921: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Rudolph Valentino, Alice Terry, Pomeroy Doc Cannon,
1920: Hearts are Trumps (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Winter Hall, Frank Brownlee, Alice Terry,
1920: Shore Acres (Director of Photography), Directed by Rex Ingram, with Alice Lake, Robert Walker, Edward Connelly,
1920: The Sagebrusher (Director of Photography), Directed by Edward Sloman, with Roy Stewart, Marguerite de la Motte, Noah Beery,
1919: The Westerners (Director of Photography), Directed by Edward Sloman,
1918: Up Romance Road (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with William Russell, Charlotte Burton, John Burton,
1918: Powers That Prey (Extra! Extra! (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Mary Miles Minter, Allan Forrest, Harvey Clark,
1918: Beauty and the Rogue (Bobby (Working title), Mlle. Tiptoe (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Mary Miles Minter, Allan Forrest, Orrall Humphrey,
1917: The Mate of the Sally Ann (Peggy Rebels) (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Adele Farrington, Allan Forrest, George Periolat,
1917: A Game of Wits (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Gail Kane, George Periolat, Spottiswoode Aitken,
1917: The Bride's Silence (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Ashton Dearholt, Lew Cody, Henry A. Barrows,
1917: Souls in Pawn (The Woman in Black (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Edward Peil, Douglas MacLean, Robert Klein,
1917: Edged Tools (The Serpent's Tooth) (Director of Photography), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Gail Kane, William Conklin, Edward Peil,
1917: Whose Wife? (Director of Photography), Directed by Rollin S. Sturgeon, with Gail Kane, Elizabeth Taylor, Edward Peil,
1916: The Ranger of Lonesome Gulch (Director of Photography), Directed by N. N., with Ann Little, Tom Chatterton, Jack Richardson,
1916: The Quagmire (Director of Photography), Directed by Tom Chatterton, with Tom Chatterton, Ann Little, Jack Richardson,

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