Henry Freulich

Director of Photography - USA
Born April 14, 1906 in New York, NY, US
Died December 3, 1985 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Henry Freulich was born on April 14, 1906 in New York, NY, US. He was an American Director of Photography, known for The saracen blade (1954), The public menace (1935), Grand Exit (1935), Henry Freulich's first movie on record is from 1935. Henry Freulich died on December 3, 1985 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1956.

Henry Freulich Filmography [Auszug]
1956: [] Over-Exposed (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Seiler, with Cleo Moore, Richard Crenna, Isobel Elsom,
1956: [] The White Squaw (Director of Photography), Directed by Ray Nazarro, with David Brian, , ,
1955: [02.10] Pirates of Tripolis (Director of Photography), Directed by Felix E. Feist, with Paul Henreid, Patricia Medina, Paul Newland,
1954: [/ /1] The saracen blade (Director of Photography), Directed by William Castle, with Rick Jason, Ricardo Montalban, ,
1949: [06.24] Not Wanted (Director of Photography), Directed by Elmer Clifton, Ida Lupino, with Sally Forrest, Keefe Brasselle, Leo Penn,
1935: [09.30] The public menace (Director of Photography), Directed by Erle C. Kenton, with Jean Arthur, George Murphy, Douglass Dumbrille,
1935: [/ /1] Grand Exit (Director of Photography), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Wyrley Birch, Guy Usher, Onslow Stevens,

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