Daniel B. Clark - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Daniel B. Clark’s height is 5ft 9.5in (1.77 m)

Daniel B. Clark was an American cinematographer. He worked on around a hundred films and television series during his career. During the late 1920s he was President of the American Society of Cinematographers.

Best Known For Movie: Charlie Chan in Egypt
Height: 5ft 9.5in (1.77 m)
Born: April 28, 1890, Missouri, United States
Filmography: The Cisco Kid (1953-1954), Your Favorite Story (1953-1954), Meet Corliss Archer (1954), I Led 3 Lives (1953), Boston Blackie (1952), The Unexpected (1952), Five of a Kind (1938), Change of Heart (1938), Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo (1937), Checkers (1937), Born Reckless (1937), Sing and Be Happy (1937), Angel’s Holiday (1937), Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937), Step Lively, Jeeves! (1937), The Holy Terror (1937), Reunion (1936), Back to Nature (1936), Pepper (1936), Educating Father (1936), Human Cargo (1936), Champagne Charlie (1936), Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936), The Country Doctor (1936), Song of the Saddle (1936), This Is the Life (1935), Ladies Love Danger (1935), Angelina o el honor de un brigadier (1935), Charlie Chan in Egypt (1935), Julieta compra un hijo (1935), Asegure a su mujer (1935), Señora casada necesita marido (1935), Charlie Chan in Paris (1935), Straightaway (1933), Smoky (1933), Rustlers’ Roundup (1933), Terror Trail (1933), Hidden Gold (1932), The Golden West (1932), The Fourth Horseman (1932), My Pal, the King (1932), The Texas Bad Man (1932), The Rider of Death Valley (1932), Destry Rides Again (1932), The Rainbow Trail (1932), Mamá (1931), Their Mad Moment (1931), The Black Camel (1931), The Last of the Duanes (1930), Rough Romance (1930), Harmony at Home (1930), The Lone Star Ranger (1930), Why Leave Home? (1929), Red Wine (1928), The Air Circus (1928), Painted Post (1928), Hello Cheyenne (1928), A Horseman of the Plains (1928), Daredevil’s Reward (1928), The Arizona Wildcat (1927), Silver Valley (1927), Tumbling River (1927), The Circus Ace (1927), Outlaws of Red River (1927), The Broncho Twister (1927), The Last Trail (1927), The Canyon of Light (1926), The Great K & A Train Robbery (1926), No Man’s Gold (1926), Hard Boiled (1926), Tony Runs Wild (1926), My Own Pal (1926), The Yankee Señor (1926), The Best Bad Man (1925), The Everlasting Whisper (1925), The Lucky Horseshoe (1925), The Rainbow Trail (1925), Riders of the Purple Sage (1925), Dick Turpin (1925), The Deadwood Coach (1924), Oh, You Tony! (1924), The Last of the Duanes (1924), The Heart Buster (1924), The Trouble Shooter (1924), Ladies to Board (1924), Eyes of the Forest (1923), North of Hudson Bay (1923), The Lone Star Ranger (1923), Soft Boiled (1923), Stepping Fast (1923), Three Jumps Ahead (1923), Romance Land (1923), Catch My Smoke (1922), Tom Mix in Arabia (1922), Do and Dare (1922), Just Tony (1922), For Big Stakes (1922), The Fighting Streak (1922), Up and Going (1922), The Road Demon (1921), Mr. Moto in Danger Island (1939), Today We Live (1933), In Old Chicago (1937), Wagon Wheels West (1943).
Other Names: D. Bryan Clark, Daniel Clark, Dan Clark
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Cinematographer
Died: November 14, 1961, San Bernardino County, California, United States
Awards: Academy Scientific and Engineering Award

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