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Lee Garmes (1898–1978)

One of the most innovative of pioneer cameramen, Lee Garmes started his career on the East Coast with the New York Motion Picture Company, but was soon persuaded by the director Thomas H. Ince to join him in Hollywood. Garmes quickly climbed his way up the ladder, from painter's assistant to prop boy (future director Henry Hathaway shared the same... See full bio »

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 1973 Why
 1971 Why (Short)
 1966 A Big Hand for the Little Lady (director of photography)
 1964 Lady in a Cage (director of photography)
 1963 The Lieutenant (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1961 The Defenders (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Quality of Mercy (1961)
 1961 Misty
 1956 D-Day the Sixth of June (director of photography)
 1955 Man with the Gun (director of photography)
 1955 The Desperate Hours (director of photography)
 1952 Thunder in the East (director of photography)
 1952 The Lusty Men
 1952 The Captive City (director of photography)
 1951 Detective Story (director of photography)
 1951 That's My Boy
 1950 Our Very Own
 1950 The Furies (uncredited)
 1950 My Friend Irma Goes West (director of photography)
 1949 The Fighting Kentuckian (director of photography)
 1949 Caught (director of photography)
 1948 Portrait of Jennie (uncredited)
 1947 The Paradine Case (photographed by)
 1947 Nightmare Alley (director of photography)
 1947 The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (director of photography)
 1946 Duel in the Sun (director of photography)
 1946 Young Widow
 1945 Love Letters (director of photography)
 1944 Guest in the House (director of photography)
 1944 Since You Went Away (photographed by)
 1943 Jack London (uncredited)
 1943 Stormy Weather (uncredited)
 1943 Flight for Freedom (director of photography)
 1943 Forever and a Day (uncredited)
 1942 China Girl
 1942 Jungle Book (director of photography)
 1941 Lydia (director of photography)
 1940 Angels Over Broadway (director of photography)
 1939 Gone with the Wind (photographed by, uncredited)
 1937 Dreaming Lips
 1936 Conquest of the Air (uncredited)
 1935 The Scoundrel
 1933 I Am Suzanne!
 1932 Strange Interlude (photographed by)
 1932 Scarface
 1932 Shanghai Express (photographed by)
 1931 City Streets
 1931 Dishonored
 1931 Kiss Me Again (photography)
 1930 Morocco (photographed by)
 1930 Whoopee!
 1930 Bright Lights (photography)
 1929 Disraeli (photographed by)
 1929 Prisoners
 1928 The Barker
 1928 Waterfront
 1928 Yellow Lily
 1927 The Love Mart
 1926 The Show Off (photographed by)
 1925 Keep Smiling
 1925 Goat Getter
 1925 Crack o' Dawn
 1925 The Pacemakers (Short)
 1924 The Lighthouse by the Sea (uncredited)
 1924 Find Your Man
 1924 Bee's Knees (Short)
 1924 The Square Sex (Short)
 1924 For the Love of Mike (Short)
 1924 Sherlock's Home (Short)
 1924 William Tells (Short)
 1924 King Leary (Short)
 1924 Money to Burns (Short)
 1924 Julius Sees Her (Short)
 1923 Judy Punch (Short)
 1923 The End of a Perfect Fray (Short)
 1923 Gall of the Wild (Short)
 1923 Some Punches and Judy (Short)
 1923 Two Stones with One Bird (Short)
 1923 Six Second Smith (Short)
 1923 The Knight That Failed (Short)
 1923 The Knight in Gale (Short)
 1919 Nobody Home
 1919 Nugget Nell
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Unsold pilot: Shot a pilot for a western series to be called "Mountain Man". See more »
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Personal Quote:

A cameraman is often the savior of a film. His lighting can be the main factor in its success. See more »

Trivia:

Uncle of Virgil W. Vogel. See more »

Star Sign:

Gemini

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