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Distinguished, versatile cinematographer who worked at Paramount, MGM, and Fox during a career that spanned three decades. Mellor did his best work with directors George Stevens ("A Place in the Sun" 1951) and, especially, William Wellman ("Westward the Woman" 1951, etc.). Mellor also contributed to several Anthony Mann westerns and a number of MGM musicals.

Distinguished, versatile cinematographer who worked at Paramount, MGM, and Fox during a career that spanned three decades. Mellor did his best work with directors George Stevens ("A Place in the Sun" 1951) and, especially, William Wellman ("Westward the Woman" 1951, etc.). Mellor also contributed to several Anthony Mann westerns and a number of MGM musicals.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Mighty Joe Young (1949) Bank messenger
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 You Gotta Stay Happy (1949) Elevator operator
3.
 Good Sam (1948) Boy in probation office
4.
 Beyond Glory (1948) Plebe in ballroom
5.
 A Double Life (1948) Head usher
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 Kilroy Was Here (1947) Soldier
8.
 This Land Is Mine (1943) Man in courtroom
9.
 Petticoat Larceny (1943) Page boy
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