Arthur Martinelli

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Director of Photography - USA
Born April 29, 1881 in Italy
Died September 7, 1967 in Hollywood, California, US

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Arthur Martinelli was born on April 29, 1881 in Italy. He was an American Director of Photography, known for Mary Lou (1928), Old Louisiana (1937), Zwei rote Rosen (1928), Arthur Martinelli's first movie on record is from 1916. Arthur Martinelli died on September 7, 1967 in Hollywood, California, US. His last motion picture on file dates from 1937.

Arthur Martinelli Filmography [Auszug]
1937: [/ /1] Old Louisiana (Director of Photography), Directed by Tom Keene, Charles Miller, with Wally Albright, Raphael Bennett, Carlos de Valdez,
1937: [04.12] Under Strange Flags (Director of Photography), Directed by Irving Willat, with Tom Keene, Luana Walters, ,
1933: [05.12] Supernatural (Director of Photography), Directed by Victor Halperin, with Carole Lombard, Alan Dinehart, Vivienne Osborne,
1928: [09.24] Mary Lou (Director of Photography), Directed by Friedrich Zelnik, with Lya Mara, Fred Louis Lerch, Ivan Koval-Samborskij,
1928: [08.01] Zwei rote Rosen (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Land, with Oreste Bilancia, Teddy Bill, Liane Haid,
1926: [05.02] The Greater Glory (The Viennese Medley (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Curt Rehfeld, Silvano Balboni, with , Anna Q. Nilsson, May Allison,
1922: [04.17] The Face Between (Director of Photography), Directed by Bayard Veiller, with Bert Lytell, , Sylvia Breamer,
1921: [12.26] The Idle Rich (Junk (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Maxwell Karger, with Bert Lytell, Virginia Valli, John Davidson,
1921: [09.05] A Trip to Paradise (Director of Photography), Directed by Maxwell Karger, with Bert Lytell, Virginia Valli, Brinsley Shaw,
1921: [07.04] The Man who (Director of Photography), Directed by Maxwell Karger, with Bert Lytell, Lucy Cotton, Virginia Valli,
1921: [04.11] A Message from Mars (Director of Photography), Directed by Maxwell Karger, with Bert Lytell, , Maud Milton,
1920: [12.20] The Misleading Lady (Director of Photography), Directed by George Irving, George W. Terwilliger, with Bert Lytell, Lucy Cotton, Frank Currier,
1920: [11.29] Polly with a past (Director of Photography), Directed by Leander de Cordova, with Ina Claire, Ralph Graves, ,
1920: [09.06] Love, Honor & Obey (Director of Photography), Directed by Leander de Cordova, with Wilda Bennett, Claire Whitney, ,
1920: [02.00] The Walk-offs (Director of Photography), Directed by Herbert Blaché, with May Allison, Emory Johnson, Effie Conley,
1919: [11.01] Fair and Warmer (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry Otto, with May Allison, Pell Trenton, Eugene Pallette,
1919: [08.18] A Favor to a Friend (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ince, with , Jack Mulhall, ,
1919: [06.16] Fools and Their Money (Director of Photography), Directed by Herbert Blaché, with , Jack Mulhall, Emmett King,
1919: [05.04] The red lantern (Additional Camera), Directed by Albert Capellani, with Alla Nazimova, Margaret McWade, Virginia Ross,
1919: [04.28] The Amateur Adventuress (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry Otto, with , Allan Sears, Eugene Pallette,
1919: [02.17] Johnny-on-the-Spot (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry L. Franklin, with Hale Hamilton, , Philo McCullough,
1918: [12.16] Sylvia on a Spree (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry L. Franklin, with , , Frank Currier,
1918: [09.16] Kildare of Storm (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry L. Franklin, with Emily Stevens, King Baggot, Crauford Kent,
1918: [07.15] A Successful Adventure (The Way to a Man's Heart) (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry L. Franklin, with May Allison, Harry Hilliard, Edward Connelly,
1918: [05.27] Pay Day (Director of Photography), Directed by Sidney Drew, Mrs. Sidney Drew, with Sidney Drew, Mrs. Sidney Drew, Florence Short,
1918: [05.20] The Winning of Beatrice (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry L. Franklin, with May Allison, Hale Hamilton, Frank Currier,
1917: [12.10] Alias Mrs. Jessop (Director of Photography), Directed by Will S. Davis, with Emily Stevens, Howard Hall, William H. Tooker,
1917: [07.02] The Trail of the Shadow (Director of Photography), Directed by Edwin Carewe, with , , Harry S. Northrup,
1917: [06.18] The Greatest Power (Her Greatest Power) (Director of Photography), Directed by Edwin Carewe, Edward LeSaint, with Ethel Barrymore, William B. Davidson, Harry S. Northrup,
1917: [02.05] The End of the Tour (Director of Photography), Directed by George D. Baker, with Lionel Barrymore, Ethel Corcoran, Frank Currier,
1916: [08.07] God's Half Acre (Director of Photography: (--??--) AKA Mr. Martinelli), Directed by Edwin Carewe, with , Jack W. Johnston, Helen Dahl,
1916: [06.26] The Purple Lady (Director of Photography), Directed by George Lessey, with Ralph Herz, Irene Howley, Alan Hale,

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