(interview) Bernard Rosenberg and Harry Silverstein. _The Real Tinsel._ New York: The Macmillan Company, 1970. "Hal Mohr," pp. 351-370.
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[on working with director Fritz Lang
on Rancho Notorious
(1952)] Fritz had the faculty of riding the camera dolly. He had to watch through the finder; he'd hold the operator to one side while he'd be looking through. Hell, an operator has to have complete control of the camera while a scene is being shot. In rehearsal it's all right, but when you're shooting the scene, you have to leave that man ...
Hal Mohr and his third wife, Evelyn Venable
, were introduced by Will Rogers
on the set of David Harum
(1934). Rogers was also the best man at their wedding -- not long before Rogers died in a plane crash.