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Sol Halprin

Sol Halprin


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Director (feature film)

The Rains Came (1939) as 2nd Unit Director
A Hindu doctor's affair with a British noblewoman is disrupted by a violent flood.

Cinematography (feature film)

The Diary of Anne Frank (1959) as Head cam
A young girl comes of age while hiding from the Nazis.
The Robe (1953) as Cam dept head
Biblical epic in which a Roman military tribune, who commands the unit that crucified Jesus Christ, tries to learn about the man he killed.
Stanley and Livingstone (1939) as Process photog
An American newspaper searches Africa for a lost explorer.
Think Fast, Mr. Moto (1937) as Process
Mr Moto encounters mysterious goings-on on a ship bound for Shanghai. He recognises his steward as the murderer of a man in San Francisco, and catches him trying to steal an important letter from the stateroom of another passenger, Robert Hitchings. Hitchings, son of the owner of the shipping line, falls in love with Gloria, who refuses to tell him anything about her life and disappears when they arrive in Shanghai. In Shanghai, Mr Moto uncovers the secret which links the murder in San Francisco, the mysterious letter, and Gloria.
Now I'll Tell (1934) as Cam crew--New York background shots
Golden is a two-bit gambler who has promised wife Virginia he'll quit when he makes $200,000. When he fixes a fight he gets mobster Mossiter mad, then loses his fortune to him. He pawns his wife's jewels and takes out an insurance policy on himself.
The Devil's in Love (1933) as Cam crew
Double Cross Roads (1930) as Director of Photography
The Big Trail (1930) as Grandeur cam
A young mountaineer leads hundreds of settlers on a difficult journey from the Mississippi River to California.
The Cowboy Kid (1928) as Director of Photography
The Girl-Shy Cowboy (1928) as Director of Photography
Taking a Chance (1928) as Director of Photography

Visual Effects (feature film)

The Dark Corner (1946) as Transparency projection shots
A secretary helps her private eye boss when he''''s framed for murder.
Centennial Summer (1946) as Transparencies
In 1876 Philadelphia, two sisters (Jeanne Crain and Linda Darnell) vie for the affections of a Frenchman (Cornel Wilde) who's come to town to prepare the French pavilion for the Centennial exposition.
Johnny Comes Flying Home (1946) as Transparency projection shots
Sentimental Journey (1946) as Transparency projection shots
An actress becomes fatally ill and adopts an orphan so that her husband will not be alone once she has died.
Dragonwyck (1946) as Transparency projection shots
A farm girl signs on as governess in a gloomy mansion.
Shock (1946) as Transparencies
Dr. Cross (Vincent Price), a psychiatrist, is treating a young woman, Janet Stewart (Anabel Shaw), who is in a coma-state, brought on when she heard loud arguing, went to her window and saw a man strike his wife with a candlestick and kill her. As she comes out of her shock, she recognizes Dr. Cross as the killer. He takes her to his sanitarium and urged by his nurse/lover, Elaine Jordan (Lynn Bari), gives Janet an overdose of insulin. But he can't bring himself to murder her in cold blood and asks Elaine to get the medicine to save her. She refuses, they argue, and he strangles her. He saves Janet's life, but now faces two murder charges.
Leave Her to Heaven (1946) as Transparency projection shots
A beautiful neurotic will stop at nothing to hold onto her husband's love.
Fallen Angel (1945) as Transparency projection shots
A man is accused of killing a waitress he had tried to seduce with his wife''''s money.
Captain Eddie (1945) as Special Photography Effects
WWI flyer Eddie Rickenbaker remembers his life which brought him from a car salesman, race driver and pilot in WWI, to an important person in the early years of civil airline service, after his plane crashed in the South Pacific in late 1942.
That I May Live (1937) as Process Photography

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