Joseph H. August

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Director of Photography, Art Director - USA
Born April 26, 1890 in Idaho Springs, Colorado, USA
Died September 25, 1947 in Culver City, Los Angeles, California, USA
Other names or known as : Джозеф Х. Аугуст,

Mini-Biography:
Joseph H. August was born on April 26, 1890 in Idaho Springs, Colorado, USA. He was an American Director of Photography, Art Director, known for The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941), Portrait of Jennie (1948), Lightnin' (1925), Joseph H. August's first movie on record is from 1914. Joseph H. August died on September 25, 1947 in Culver City, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1948.

Joseph H. August Filmography [Auszug]
1948: Portrait of Jennie (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with David Wayne, Lillian Gish, Anne Francis,
1945: They were expendable (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, Robert Montgomery, with Jeff York, Jack Pennick, Robert Montgomery,
1941: The Devil and Daniel Webster (All that money can buy, Here is a man, A certain Mr. Scratch, Alles, was mit Geld zu kaufen ist, Das ist wahrhaftig ein Mann) (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Edward Arnold, James Craig, Jane Darwell,
1940: The Primrose Path (Director of Photography), Directed by Gregory La Cava, with Ginger Rogers, Joel McCrea, Marjorie Rambeau,
1939: The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Katharine Alexander, Kathryn Adams, George Zucco,
1939: Gunga Din (Director of Photography), Directed by George Stevens, with Joan Fontaine, Abner Biberman, Victor McLaglen,
1937: The Soldier and the Lady (Michael Strogoff) (Director of Photography), Directed by George Nichols Jr., with Adolf Wohlbrück, Elizabeth Allan, Akim Tamiroff,
1936: Sylvia Scarlett (Director of Photography), Directed by George Cukor, with Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Edmund Gwenn,
1935: The Informer (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Victor McLaglen, Heather Angel, Preston Foster,
1934: The Captain hates the Sea (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with Leon Errol, Claude Gillingwater, John Gilbert,
1934: Twentieth Century (20th Century) (Director of Photography: (AKA Joseph August)), Directed by Howard Hawks, with John Barrymore, Carole Lombard, Walter Conolly,
1933: Man's castle (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Walter Connolly, Glenda Farrell, Spencer Tracy,
1931: The Brat (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Sally O'Neil, Alan Dinehart, Frank Albertson,
1931: Seas beneath (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with George O'Brien, Marion Lessing, Warren Hymer,
1930: Up the River (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Spencer Tracy, Warren Hymer, Humphrey Bogart,
1930: Man trouble (Director of Photography), Directed by Berthold Viertel, with Sharon Lynn, Dorothy Mackaill, Kenneth Mackenna,
1929: Salute (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with George O'Brien, Helen Chandler, Stepin Fetchit,
1929: Strong Boy (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Victor McLaglen, Leatrice Joy, J. Farrell MacDonald,
1929: The Black watch (King of the Khyber Rifles) (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Victor McLaglen, Myrna Loy, Roy D'Arcy,
1928: Honor Bound (Director of Photography), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with George O'Brien, George Irving, Harry Gripp,
1928: Soft living (Director of Photography), Directed by James Tinling, with Madge Bellamy, Olive Tell, Henry Kolker,
1927: Two Arabian Knights (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Milestone, with William Boyd, Mary Astor, Louis Wolheim,
1927: The Beloved Rogue (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Lawson Butt, John Barrymore, Conrad Veidt,
1926: Fig Leaves (Director of Photography), Directed by Howard Hawks, with George O'Brien, Olive Borden, William Cameron Menzies,
1926: The road to glory (Director of Photography), Directed by Howard Hawks, with May McAvoy, Leslie Fenton, Ford Sterling,
1925: The Ancient Mariner (Director of Photography), Directed by Chester Bennett, Henry Otto, with Clara Bow, Leslie Fenton, Earle Williams,
1925: Lightnin' (Director of Photography), Directed by John Ford, with Jay Hunt, Edythe Chapman, Madge Bellamy,
1923: St. Elmo (Director of Photography: AKA Joe August), Directed by Jerome Storm, with John Gilbert, Barbara La Marr, Bessie Love,
1922: Arabian Love (Director of Photography), Directed by Jerome Storm, with John Gilbert, Barbara Bedford, Barbara La Marr,
1918: Branding Broadway (Director of Photography), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Seena Owen, Arthur Shirley,
1918: He comes up smiling (Director of Photography), Directed by Allan Dwan, with Douglas Fairbanks, Marjorie Daw, Herbert Standing,
1918: Riddle Gawne (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, Lambert Hillyer, with William S. Hart, Katherine MacDonald, Lon Chaney,
1918: The Border Wireless (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Wanda Hawley, Charles Arling,
1918: Shark Monroe (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Katherine MacDonald, Joseph Singleton,
1918: Blue Blazes Rawden (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Maude George, Robert McKim,
1918: Wolves of the Rail (Bloodhound (Working title)) (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Vola Vale, C. Norman Hammond,
1917: The Narrow Trail (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, Lambert Hillyer, with William S. Hart, Sylvia Breamer, Milton Ross,
1917: The Silent Man (Desert Dust (Working title)) (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Vola Vale, Robert McKim,
1917: The Regenerates (Blue Blood (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Alma Rubens, Walt Whitman, Darrell Foss,
1917: The Cold Deck (Director of Photography: (AKA Joseph August)), Directed by William S. Hart, Clifford Smith, with William S. Hart, Mildred Harris, Edwin Wallock,
1917: Golden Rule Kate (Director of Photography), Directed by Reginald Barker, with Louise Glaum, William Conklin, Jack Richardson,
1917: The Desert Man (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Margery Wilson, Buster Irving,
1917: The Gun Fighter (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Margery Wilson, Joseph J. Dowling,
1917: Truthful Tulliver (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, Robert A. Brunton, with William S. Hart, Alma Rubens, Nina Byron,
1916: The Return of Draw Egan (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Margery Wilson, Robert McKim,
1916: The Patriot (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Georgie Stone, Francis Carpenter,
1916: The Dawn Maker (Director of Photography: AKA Joe August), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Blanche White, William Desmond,
1916: The Apostle of Vengeance (Director of Photography), Directed by Reginald Barker, with William S. Hart, Nona Thomas, Joseph J. Dowling,
1916: Civilization (Director of Photography), Directed by Thomas H. Ince, Reginald Barker, with Herschel Mayall, Lola May, Howard C. Hickman,
1916: The Aryan (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by Reginald Barker, William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Gertrude Claire, Charles K. French,
1916: Hell's Hinges (Director of Photography), Directed by Charles Swickard, William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Clara Williams, Jack Standing,
1916: The Between Men (Director of Photography: (AKA Joe August)), Directed by William S. Hart, with William S. Hart, Enid Markey, House Peters,
1915: The Despoiler (The Awakening, War's Women) (Director of Photography), Directed by Reginald Barker, with Frank Keenan, Enid Markey, Charles K. French,
1915: The Coward (Blood Will Tell) (Director of Photography), Directed by Reginald Barker, with Frank Keenan, Charles Ray, Gertrude Claire,
1914: The Bargain (The Two-Gun Man in the Bargain) (Director of Photography: (?)), Directed by Reginald Barker, with William S. Hart, J. Frank Burke, Clara Williams,

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