George Barnes

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Director of Photography - USA
Born October 16, 1892 in Pasadena, California, USA
Died May 30, 1953 in Hollywood, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
George Barnes was born under the given name George Scott Barnes on October 16, 1892 in Pasadena, California, USA. He was an American Director of Photography, known for Gold diggers of 1935 (1935), The Return of Frank James (1940), Something to live for (1952), George Barnes's first movie on record is from 1918. He was married to Melba Kruger (?-?), Joan Blondell (1933-1936), Elizabeth (Betty) Wood (1936-1938), Margaret Atkinson. George Barnes died on May 30, 1953 in Hollywood, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1953.

George Barnes Filmography [Auszug]
1953: [/ /1] Road to Bali (Director of Photography), Directed by Hal Walker, with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour,
1953: [] The war of the Worlds (Director of Photography), Directed by Byron Haskin, with Gene Barry, Robert Cornthwaite, Sandro Giglio,
1953: [] Little Boy Lost (Director of Photography), Directed by George Seaton, with Bing Crosby, Claude Dauphin, ,
1952: [09.00] Just for You (Director of Photography), Directed by Elliott Nugent, with Bing Crosby, Jane Wyman, Ethel Barrymore,
1952: [/ /1] Something to live for (Director of Photography), Directed by George Stevens, with Richard Derr, Douglas Dick, Ray Milland,
1952: [] The Greatest Show on Earth (Director of Photography), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Charlton Heston, James Stewart, Betty Hutton,
1949: [] Samson and Delilah (Director of Photography), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Hedy Lamarr, Angela Lansbury, Victor Mature,
1949: [] The File on Thela Jordan (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Siodmak, with Wendell Croey, Paul Kelly, Stanley Ridges,
1948: [////1] Boy with the green hair (Director of Photography), Directed by Joseph Losey, with Pat O'Brien, Robert Ryan, Regis Toomey,
1948: [/ /1] No minor vices (Tra moglie e marito ...) (Director of Photography), Directed by Lewis Milestone, Jane Wyatt, with Dana Andrews, Bernard Gorcey, Louis Jourdan,
1948: [] The Force of Evil (Director of Photography), Directed by Abraham Polonsky, with Howland Chamberlin, John Garfield, Thomas Gomez,
1945: [12/28] Spellbound (Director of Photography), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck, Michael Chekhov,
1944: [07.20] Since you went away (Director of Photography: (/xx/)), Directed by John Cromwell, with Claudette Colbert, Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten,
1942: [] Once upon a Honeymoon (Director of Photography), Directed by Leo McCarey, with , Dell Henderson, Cary Grant,
1941: [12.25] Remember the day (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Claudette Colbert, John Payne, ,
1941: [] That uncertain feeling (Director of Photography), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, with Merle Oberon, Melvyn Douglas, Burgess Meredith,
1940: [08.16] The Return of Frank James (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Henry Fonda, , Jackie Cooper,
1940: [/ /1] Devil's Island (Director of Photography), Directed by William Clemens, with Tom Wilson, Adia Kuznetzoff, Edward Keane,
1938: [] Hollywood Hotel (Director of Photography), Directed by Busby Berkeley, with , Hugh Herbert, Louella Parsons,
1937: [/ /1] Marked woman (Director of Photography), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with Humphrey Bogart, Jane Bryan, Eduardo Ciannelli,
1937: [] Ever Since Eve (Director of Photography), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with Marion Davies, Robert Montgomery, Frank McHugh,
1936: [/ /1] Black legion (Director of Photography), Directed by Archie Mayo, with Robert Barrat, Ann Sheridan, Joseph Sawyer,
1936: [] Cain and Mabel (Director of Photography), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with Marion Davies, Clark Gable, Roscoe Karns,
1935: [/ /1] Gold diggers of 1935 (Director of Photography), Directed by Busby Berkeley, with Glenda Farrell, Grant Mitchell, Joseph Cawthorn,
1935: [] Broadway Gondolier (Director of Photography), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, with Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Adolphe Menjou,
1934: [12.01] Flirtation Walk (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, Pat O'Brien,
1934: [/ /1] Dames (Broadway Show) (Director of Photography), Directed by Ray Enright, Busby Berkeley, with Guy Kibbee, Phil Regan, Joan Blondell,
1934: [03.31] Gambling Lady (Director of Photography), Directed by Archie Mayo, with , Joel McCrea, Pat O'Brien,
1933: [/ /1] Footlight Parade (Director of Photography), Directed by Lloyd Bacon, William Keighley, with John Garfield, Claire Dodd, Frank McHugh,
1932: [11.06] Sherlock Holmes (Director of Photography), Directed by William K. Howard, with Clive Brook, Clive Brook, Miriam Jordan,
1932: [] Blondie of the Follies (Director of Photography), Directed by Edmund Goulding, with Marion Davies, Anita Loos, Robert Montgomery,
1931: [08.26] Street Scene (Director of Photography), Directed by King Vidor, with Beulah Bondi, William Collier jr., Max Montor,
1930: [] Raffles (Director of Photography), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast, with Ronald Colman, Kay Francis, Bramwell Fletcher,
1928: [01.07] Sadie Thompson (Director of Photography), Directed by Raoul Walsh, with , ,
1927: [08.14] The magic flame (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Ronald Colman, Vilma Banky, Agostino Borgato,
1926: [10.14] The Winning of Barbara Worth (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with E.J. Ratcliffe, Paul McAllister, ,
1926: [/ /1] The Son of the Sheik (Director of Photography), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with Rudolph Valentino, Vilma Banky, Charles Requa,
1926: [03.21] Mademoiselle Modiste (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Corinne Griffith, Norman Kerry, Willard Louis,
1925: [09.27] The Dark Angel (Director of Photography), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with Vilma Banky, George Bunny, Ronald Colman,
1925: [/ /1] The Eagle (Director of Photography), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Rudolph Valentino, Vilma Banky, Eric Mayne,
1924: [12.08] Janice Meredith (Director of Photography), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Marion Davies, Holbrook Blinn, Harrison Ford,
1924: [09.15] Yolanda (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert G. Vignola, with Marion Davies, Lyn Harding, Holbrook Blinn,
1923: [08.02] Peg o'my heart (Director of Photography), Directed by King Vidor, with Mahlon Hamilton, Aileen O'Malley, Russell Simpson,
1923: [07.22] The Love Piker (Director of Photography), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Anita Stewart, William Norris, Robert Frazer,
1922: [/ /1] The Royal Adventure (Director of Photography), Directed by King Vidor,
1922: [02.09] Dusk to Dawn (Director of Photography), Directed by King Vidor, with Jack Mulhall, Florence Vidor, ,
1921: [06.19] The Bronze Bell (Director of Photography), Directed by James W. Horne, with , , John Davidson,
1921: [06.05] The Heart Line (Director of Photography), Directed by Frederick A. Thomson,
1920: [12.26] Silk Hosiery (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with , Enid Bennett, Joan Standing,
1920: [11.14] Her Husband's Friend (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Enid Bennett, Rowland V. Lee, Tom Chatterton,
1920: [08.01] Hairpins (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo,
1920: [04.18] The False Road (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo,
1920: [01.11] The Woman in the Suitcase (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Enid Bennett, William Conklin, Rowland V. Lee,
1919: [12.00] Dangerous Hours (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Lloyd Hughes, Barbara Castleton, Claire du Brey,
1919: [11.09] What Every Woman Learns (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Enid Bennett, Milton Sills, Irving Cummings,
1919: [09.21] Stepping Out (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Enid Bennett, Niles Welch, Julia Faye,
1919: [08.10] The Virtuous Thief (The Co-Respondent (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Enid Bennett, Niles Welch, Lloyd Hughes,
1919: [05.25] The Haunted Bedroom (The Ghost of the Whispering Oaks (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Enid Bennett, Dorcas Matthews, ,
1919: [04.27] The Law of Men (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Enid Bennett, Niles Welch, Andrew Robson,
1919: [03.23] Partners Three (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Enid Bennett, Casson Ferguson, J.P. Lockney,
1918: [09.15] Vive la France! (The Cross of Shame (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Roy William Neill, with Dorothy Dalton, Edmund Lowe, Fred Starr,
1918: [01.27] Flare-Up Sal ('Flare Up Sal' of Jimtown (Working title)) (Camera Assistant), Directed by Roy William Neill, with Dorothy Dalton, Thurston Hall, William Conklin,

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