Gus Peterson

Director of Photography - USA
Born July 19, 1893 in San Francisco, California, USA
Died December 17, 1969 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Gus Peterson was born on July 19, 1893 in San Francisco, California, USA. He was an American Director of Photography, known for The Oregon Trail (1935), Riders of the Rockies (1937), Trouble in Texas (1937), Gus Peterson's first movie on record is from 1914. Gus Peterson died on December 17, 1969 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1937.

Gus Peterson Filmography [Auszug]
1937: [/ /1] Riders of the Rockies (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert North Bradbury, with , Tex Ritter, 'Snub' Pollard,
1937: [/ /1] Trouble in Texas (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert North Bradbury, with Tex Ritter, Rita Hayworth, Yakima Canutt,
1935: [/ /1] The Oregon Trail (Director of Photography), Directed by Scott Pembroke, with John Wayne, Ann Rutherford, Frank Rice,
1922: [08.00] Heart's Haven (Director of Photography), Directed by Benjamin B. Hampton, with Robert McKim, Claire Adams, ,
1919: [09.01] Her Purchase Price (Director of Photography), Directed by Howard C. Hickman, with Bessie Barriscale, Alan Roscoe, Joseph J. Dowling,
1918: [07.07] A Good Loser (Director of Photography: (AKA G.C. Peterson)), Directed by Dick Donaldson, with Lee Hill, Arthur Millett, Peggy Pearce,
1918: [] Old Love for New (Director of Photography: (AKA G.E. Peterson)), Directed by Raymond Wells, with Margery Wilson, Lee Hill, ,
1918: [06.16] His Enemy, the Law (Director of Photography: (AKA G.C. Peterson)), Directed by Raymond Wells, with Jack Richardson, Irene Hunt, Jack Livingstone,
1918: [04.21] The Hand at the Window (The Fingerprint (Working title)) (Director of Photography: (AKA C.G. Peterson)), Directed by Raymond Wells, with Joe King, Margery Wilson, Francis McDonald,
1918: [02.10] Real Folks (Director of Photography: (AKA C.G. Peterson)), Directed by Walter Edwards, with Francis McDonald, Alberta Lee, J. Barney Sherry,
1918: [01.20] The Argument (Evidence (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Walter Edwards, with J. Barney Sherry, Pauline Starke, Audelle Higgins,
1918: [01.13] I love you (Director of Photography: (AKA Gus C. Peterson)), Directed by Walter Edwards, with Alma Rubens, John Lince, Francis McDonald,
1917: [11.18] The Fuel of Life (Director of Photography), Directed by Walter Edwards, with Belle Bennett, Eugene Burr, Texas Guinan,
1917: [10.07] Ashes of Hope (Director of Photography), Directed by Walter Edwards, with Jack Livingstone, Belle Bennett, Jack Richardson,
1917: [02.26] The Girl and the Crisis (Director of Photography: (AKA Gus Petersen)), Directed by William V. Mong, with Dorothy Davenport, Charles Perley, Harry Holden,
1915: [] The Beachcomber (Director of Photography: (AKA Gus C. Peterson)), Directed by Phil Rosen, with Hobart Bosworth, Helen Wolcott, ,
1914: [11.23] The Chechako (Director of Photography: (AKA Gus C. Peterson) ), Directed by Hobart Bosworth, with Jack Conway, Myrtle Stedman, Joe Ray,

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