Paul P. Perry

Paul P. Perry

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Director of Photography - USA
Born December 13, 1891 in Denver, Colorado, USA
Died October 24, 1963 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Paul P. Perry was born on December 13, 1891 in Denver, Colorado, USA. He was an American Director of Photography, known for Joan the Woman (1916), The Cruise of the Make-Believes (1918), Such a Little Pirate (1918), Paul P. Perry's first movie on record is from 1916. Paul P. Perry died on October 24, 1963 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1922.

FilmographyFilmography [Auszug]
1922: Singed Wings (Director of Photography), Directed by Penrhyn Stanlaws, with Ernest Torrence, Mabel Trunnelle, Bebe Daniels,
1920: Behold My Wife (Director of Photography: (AKA Paul Perry)), Directed by George Melford, with Mabel Julienne Scott, Milton Sills, Winter Hall,
1919: Good Gracious, Annabelle (Director of Photography), Directed by George Melford, with Billie Burke, Herbert Rawlinson, ,
1918: Such a Little Pirate (The Laughing Lass (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by George Melford, with Lila Lee, Theodore Roberts, Harrison Ford,
1918: The Cruise of the Make-Believes (Director of Photography: (AKA Paul Perry)), Directed by George Melford, with Lila Lee, Harrison Ford, Raymond Hackett,
1918: The City of Dim Faces (Director of Photography), Directed by George Melford, with Sessue Hayakawa, Doris Pawn, Marin Sais,
1918: Sandy (Director of Photography: (AKA Paul Perry)), Directed by George Melford, with Jack Pickford, Louise Huff, James Neill,
1918: The Bravest Way (Director of Photography: (AKA Paul Perry)), Directed by George Melford, with Sessue Hayakawa, Florence Vidor, Tsuru Aoki,
1918: The Hidden Pearls (Director of Photography: (AKA Paul Perry)), Directed by George Melford, with Sessue Hayakawa, Margaret Loomis, Florence Vidor,
1917: Nan of Music Mountain (Director of Photography), Directed by George Melford, Cecil B. DeMille, with Wallace Reid, Ann Little, Theodore Roberts,
1917: Ghost House (Director of Photography), Directed by William C. de Mille, with Jack Pickford, Louise Huff, Olga Grey,
1917: What Money Can't Buy (Director of Photography), Directed by Lou Tellegen, with Jack Pickford, Louise Huff, Theodore Roberts,
1917: Lost and Won (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Reicher, Cecil B. DeMille, with Marie Doro, Elliott Dexter, Carl Stockdale,
1916: Joan the Woman (Director of Photography), Directed by Cecil B. DeMille, with Geraldine Farrar, Raymond Hatton, Hobart Bosworth,
1916: Unprotected (Director of Photography), Directed by James Young, with Blanche Sweet, Theodore Roberts, Ernest Joy,
1916: The Lash (Director of Photography), Directed by James Young, with Marie Doro, Elliott Dexter, James Neill,
1916: The Thousand-Dollar Husband (Director of Photography), Directed by James Young, with Blanche Sweet, Theodore Roberts, Tom Forman,

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