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Charles G. Clarke

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Director Of Photography

Holiday for Lovers  (1959)

| USA
Directed by: Henry Levin
Cinematography by: Charles G. Clarke
Edited by: Stuart Gilmore

Director Of Photography

These Thousand Hills  (1959)

| USA
Directed by: Richard Fleischer
Cinematography by: Charles G. Clarke
Edited by: Hugh S. Fowler

Director Of Photography

The Barbarian and the Geisha  (1958)

| USA
Directed by: John Huston
Cinematography by: Charles G. Clarke
Edited by: Stuart Gilmore

Director Of Photography

The Hunters  (1958)

| USA
Directed by: Dick Powell
Cinematography by: Charles G. Clarke
Edited by: Stuart Gilmore

Photographer: Spanish Backgrounds

The Sun Also Rises  (1957)

| USA
Directed by: Henry King
Cinematography by: Leo Tover
Edited by: William Mace

Director Of Photography

Stopover Tokyo  (1957)

| USA
Directed by: Richard L. Breen
Cinematography by: Charles G. Clarke
Edited by: Marjorie Fowler

Director Of Photography

Carousel  (1956)

| USA
Directed by: Henry King
Cinematography by: Charles G. Clarke
Edited by: William Reynolds

Director Of Photography

The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit  (1956)

| USA
Directed by: Nunnally Johnson
Cinematography by: Charles G. Clarke
Edited by: Dorothy Spencer

Director Of Photography: Second Unit

Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing  (1955)

| USA
Directed by: Henry King, Otto Lang
Cinematography by: Leon Shamroy
Edited by: William Reynolds

Location Photographer

Hell and High Water  (1954)

| USA
Directed by: Samuel Fuller
Cinematography by: Joseph MacDonald
Edited by: James B. Clark

Location Photographer

Prince Valiant  (1954)

| USA
Directed by: Henry Hathaway
Cinematography by: Lucien Ballard

Location Photographer

How to Marry a Millionaire  (1953)

| USA
Directed by: Jean Negulesco
Cinematography by: Joseph MacDonald

Location Photography: French Riviera

On the Riviera  (1951)

| USA
Directed by: Walter Lang
Cinematography by: Leon Shamroy

Director Of Photography: Second Unit

The Grapes of Wrath  (1940)

| USA
Directed by: John Ford
Cinematography by: Gregg Toland