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Harry Jackson (I) (1896–1953)

Harry Jackson was born on April 15, 1896 in Nebraska, USA. He is known for his work on The Band Wagon (1953), Three Little Words (1950) and Halls of Montezuma (1950). He died on August 3, 1953 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1954 Rhapsody (director of photography - uncredited)
 1953 The Band Wagon (director of photography)
 1952 Pony Soldier
 1952 Lydia Bailey
 1951 Anne of the Indies (director of photography)
 1950 Halls of Montezuma (director of photography)
 1950 American Guerrilla in the Philippines (director of photography)
 1950 A Ticket to Tomahawk (director of photography)
 1949 The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (director of photography)
 1948 Apartment for Peggy (director of photography)
 1948 Fury at Furnace Creek (director of photography)
 1944 Greenwich Village (director of photography - uncredited)
 1942 To the Shores of Tripoli (director of photography)
 1941 We Go Fast (director of photography)
 1940 Li'l Abner (director of photography)
 1940 Song of the Islands (Short)
 1939 Mr. Sheldon Goes to Town (Short)
 1938 City Girl (director of photography)
 1937 45 Fathers
 1937 Charlie Chan on Broadway (photography)
 1936 White Legion
 1936 In His Steps
 1936 Charlie Chan at the Race Track (photography)
 1936 In Paris, A.W.O.L. (photographed by)
 1935 $10 Raise
 1933 Jungle Bride
 1932 Get That Girl
 1932 Dumb Dicks (Short) (photographed by)
 1932 Guests Wanted (Short)
 1932 Partners (photographed by)
 1930 Reno
 1929 New Orleans
 1928 Drums of Love
 1928 Lucky Boy
 1927 Three Hours
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Jackson started his career as a still photogapher for Warner Bros. in 1927, before moving to Fox in 1934.

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