Harry Oliver was born on April 4, 1888 in Hastings, Minnesota, USA. He was an American Art Director, known for Viva Villa ! (1934), Sparrows (1926), Seventh Heaven (1927), Harry Oliver's first movie on record is from 1919. Harry Oliver died on July 5, 1973 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1934.
Harry Oliver Filmography [Auszug]
1934:  Viva Villa ! (Art Director), Directed by Jack Conway, Howard Hawks, with Wallace Beery, Fay Wray, Émile Chautard,
1927:  Seventh Heaven (Art Director), Directed by Frank Borzage, with Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, Ben Bard,
1926: [05.14] Sparrows (Art Director), Directed by William Beaudine, with Mary Pickford, Roy Stewart, Mary Louise Miller,
1920: [06.00] Below the Surface (The Oath (Working title)) (Art Director: technical director (AKA Harold G. Oliver)), Directed by Irving Willat, with Hobart Bosworth, Grace Darmond, Lloyd Hughes,
1919: [12.14] Behind the door (Art Director: (technical director)), Directed by Irving Willat, with Hobart Bosworth, Jane Novak, Wallace Beery,
1919: [10.12] The Grim Game (Art Director: (AKA Harold G. Oliver)), Directed by Irving Willat, with , Ann Forrest, Thomas Jefferson,
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