The day of birth of W. Wallace Kelley is not on record. He is an American Director of Photography, known for The Patsy (1964), The Errand Boy (1961), Town tamer (1964), W. Wallace Kelley's first movie on record is from 1956. His last motion picture on file dates from 1967.
W. Wallace Kelley Filmography [Auszug]
1967: [/ /1] The day of the evil gun (Director of Photography), Directed by Jerry Thorpe, with John Anderson, Harry Dean Stanton, Nico Minardos,
1965: [/ /1] Apache uprising (Director of Photography), Directed by R.G. Springsteen, with Rory Calhoun, Corinne Calvet, Lon Chaney jr.,
1964:  The Patsy (Director of Photography), Directed by Jerry Lewis, with Jerry Lewis, Ina Balin, Everett Sloane,
1964: [/ /1] Town tamer (Director of Photography), Directed by Lesley Selander, with Dana Andrews, T Moore, Pat O'Brien,
1961: [/ /1] The Errand Boy (Director of Photography), Directed by Jerry Lewis, with , Jerry Lewis, Michael Landon,
1956: [10.05] The Ten Commandments (Director of Photography), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Charlton Heston, Yul Brynner, Anne Baxter,
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