Sidney Hickox

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Director of Photography - USA
Born July 15, 1895 in New York, NY, US
Died May 16, 1982 in La Canada, CA, USA

Mini-Biography:
Sidney Hickox was born on July 15, 1895 in New York, NY, US. He was an American Director of Photography, known for Along the great Divide (1951), The Big Sleep (1946), All through the Night (1942), Sidney Hickox's first movie on record is from 1929. Sidney Hickox died on May 16, 1982 in La Canada, CA, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1951.
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Sidney Hickox Filmography [Auszug]
1951: [10.03] Lightning strikes twice (Director of Photography), Directed by King Vidor, with Mercedes McCambridge, Ruth Roman, Zachary Scott,
1951: [/ /1] Along the great Divide (Flucht durch die Wüste) (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with John Agar, James Anderson, Morris Ankrum,
1951: [] Distant drums (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Gary Cooper, Mari Aldon, ,
1949: [] White heat (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with James Cagney, Virginia Mayo, Edmond O'Brien,
1949: [06.11] Colorado territory (North of the Rio Grande) (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo, Dorothy Malone,
1948: [/ /1] Silver River (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Bruce Bennett, Ann Sheridan, Thomas Mitchell,
1948: [] Fighter Squadron (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Shepperd Strudwick, John Rodney, Walter Reed,
1947: [] Dark Passage (Director of Photography), Directed by Delmer Daves, with Lauren Bacall, Bruce Bennett, Humphrey Bogart,
1947: [06.06] Cheyenne (The Wyoming Kid) (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Dennis Morgan, Jane Wyman, Janis Paige,
1946: [] The Big Sleep (Director of Photography), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, ,
1946: [] The man I love (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Dolores Moran, Robert Alda, Bruce Bennett,
1944: [10.11] To have and have not (Ernest Hemingway's To Have and Have Not) (Director of Photography), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Humphrey Bogart, Walter Brennan, Lauren Bacall,
1944: [] Uncertain Glory (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Errol Flynn, Paul Lukacs, ,
1942: [/ /1] Gentleman Jim (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with Ward Bond, Jack Carson, Alan Hale,
1942: [/ /1] The Big Shot (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Seiler, with Murray Alper, Minor Watson, Richard Travis,
1942: [01.10] All through the Night (Director of Photography), Directed by Vincent Sherman, with Humphrey Bogart, Conrad Veidt, ,
1941: [/ /1] The wagons roll at night (Director of Photography), Directed by Ray Enright, with Humphrey Bogart, Sylvia Sidney, Eddie Albert,
1941: [06.18] Underground (Director of Photography), Directed by Vincent Sherman, with Ilka Grüning, Lisa Golm, Roland Drew,
1939: [/ /1] Indianapolis Speedway (Director of Photography), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with , Reid Kilpatrick, Sam Hayes,
1938: [] Men are such fools (Director of Photography), Directed by Busby Berkeley, with Carole Landis, Kathleen Lockhart, Gene Lockhart,
1937: [] Confession (Director of Photography), Directed by Joe May, with Kay Francis, Ian Hunter, Basil Rathbone,
1936: [] Give me your Heart (Director of Photography), Directed by Archie Mayo, with George Brent, Kay Francis, Patric Knowles,
1936: [] Two against the world (The Case of Mrs. Pembrook, Five Star Final) (Director of Photography), Directed by William C. McGann, with Henry O'Neill, Robert Middlemass, Helen MacKellar,
1936: [] Trailin' West (On Secret Service) (Director of Photography), Directed by Noel M. Smith, with Dick Foran, Paula Stone, ,
1936: [] Stolen Holiday (Director of Photography), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Kay Francis, Claude Rains, Ian Hunter,
1935: [] Bright Lights (Director of Photography), Directed by Busby Berkeley, with Joe E. Brown, Joseph Crehan, Gordon Westcott,
1934: [] Dames (Broadway Show) (Director of Photography), Directed by Ray Enright, Busby Berkeley, with Guy Kibbee, Phil Regan, Joan Blondell,
1934: [] Twenty Million Sweethearts (Director of Photography), Directed by Ray Enright, with Pat O'Brien, Dick Powell, Ginger Rogers,
1934: [] I Sell Anything (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Florey, with Pat O'Brien, Ann Dvorak, Claire Dodd,
1933: [/ /1] Frisco Jenny (Jenny Frisco) (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Louis Calhern, Robert Warwick, Pat O'Malley,
1933: [/ /1] Central Airport (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with J. Carrol Naish, Charles Sellon, Willard Robert,
1933: [/ /1] Wild boys of the road (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Charley Grapewin, Grant Mitchell, Claire McDowell,
1933: [] The little giant (Director of Photography), Directed by Roy del Ruth, with Mary Astor, Berton Churchill, Don Dillaway,
1932: [09.30] A Bill of Divorcement (Director of Photography: (as Sidney Hickox)), Directed by George Cukor, with John Barrymore, Billie Burke, David Manners,
1932: [07.23] The Purchase Price (Night Flower, The Mud Lark (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent, Lyle Talbot,
1932: [/ /1] Hatchet Man (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Edmund Breese, , Evelyn Selbie,
1932: [] Love is a Racket (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Lee Tracy, Marjorie Petterson, John Marston,
1932: [04.30] So big! (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Blanche Friderici, Olin Howland, Harry Holman,
1930: [03.11] Der Tanz geht weiter (Those who dance) (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Lissy Arna, Carla Bartheel, Wilhelm Dieterle,
1930: [05.02] Die Maske fällt (The Way of all Men) (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Leo White, , Anton Pointner,
1930: [] Dämon des Meeres (Moby Dick) (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, Michael Curtiz, with Lissy Arna, Bert Sprotte, Anton Pointner,
1929: [/ /1] Why Be Good? (That's a Bad Girl (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Colleen Moore, , ,
1929: [/ /1] Hot Stuff (Director of Photography), Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with William Bakewell, Charles Sellon, Buddy Messinger,
1929: [] Synthetic Sin (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Colleen Moore, Antonio Moreno, Edythe Chapman,

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