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us: Walker, Joseph B.

  • [Joseph B. Walker (1892-1985) was an American cinematographer.]
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    • Joseph Bailey
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    • us: Walker, Joseph, 1892-1985
    • us: Walker, Joseph B. (Joseph Bailey), 1892-1985
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        Denver, Colo.
    • Death Place

        Las Vegas, Nev.
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        Walker, Joseph, 1892-1985Walker, Joseph, 1892-1985
    • Sources

      • found: His The light on her face, c1984: t.p. (Joseph B. Walker, ASC)
      • found: Halliwell's filmgoer's & video viewer's comp., 1990: (Walker, Joseph; b. 1892, d. 1985; American cinematographer)
      • found: IMDB, May 25, 2011 (Joseph Walker; Joseph Bailey Walker; b. Aug. 22, 1892 in Denver, Colo.; d. Aug. 1, 1985 in Las Vegas, Nev.)
      • found: Wikipedia WWW, Dec. 2, 2011 (under Joseph Walker (cinematographer): Joseph Walker, A.S.C. (August 22, 1892 - August 1, 1985) was an American cinematographer who worked on 145 films during a career that spanned thirty-three years. Born Joseph Bailey Walker in Denver, Colorado, Walker worked as a wireless telephone engineer, inventor, and photographer of documentaries for the Red Cross during World War I[1] before starting his feature film career in 1919 with the Canadian film Back to God's Country, which was filmed near the Arctic Circle. For the next seven years he freelanced at various studios, working for noted directors W.S. Van Dyke, Francis Ford, and George B. Seitz, among others. He joined Columbia Pictures in 1927 and worked almost exclusively at the studio until he retired in 1952.[1]
    • General Notes

      • [Joseph B. Walker (1892-1985) was an American cinematographer.]
    • Change Notes

      • 1985-03-01: new
      • 2013-01-08: revised
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