Harry J. Wild

Harry J. Wild

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Harry J. Wild, A.S.C. (1900 - 1961) was a film and television cinematographer. Wild worked at RKO Pictures studios from 1931 through the 1950s. In total Wild was involved in 91 major film projects and two extended television series. [imdb name|id=0928346|name=Harry J. Wild.]

In 1931, he began his career and was hired as second cameraman and operator on nine projects, most notably Fred Niblo's "Young Donovan'a Kid" (1931). In 1936, Wild shot his first feature, Wallace Fox's sports drama "The Big Game". [ [http://theoscarsite.com/whoswho/wild_h.htm The Oscar Site] . Web site, 2008. Last accessed: February 20, 2008.] Two years later he shared an Academy Award nomination for the Republic Pictures film "Army Girl" (1938).

According to film critic Spencer Selby, Wild was a prolific "film noir" cinematographer, shooting 13 of them, including: Dmytryk's "Murder, My Sweet" (1944), "Johnny Angel" (1945), "Nocturne" (1946), the Jean Renoir-directed "The Woman on the Beach" (1947), "They Won't Believe Me" (1947), and others. [Selby, Spencer. "Dark City: The Film Noir," page 239, 1984. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers.]

Filmography

* "The Big Game" (1936) [Goble, Alan. "The Complete Index to World Film, since 1885." 2008. [http://www.citwf.com/indexx.asp Index home page] .]
* "Racing Lady" (1937)
* "Don't Tell the Wife" (1937)
* "Portia on Trial" (1937)
* "Lady Behave!" (1938)
* "Painted Desert" (1938)
* "Army Girl" (1938)
* "Lawless Valley" (1938)
* "The Renegade Ranger" (1938)
* "Arizona Legion" (1939)
* "The Rookie Cop" (1939)
* "Racketeers of the Range" (1939)
* "Timber Stampede" (1939)
* "The Fighting Gringo" (1939)
* "The Marshal of Mesa City" (1939)
* "Trouble in Sundown" (1939)
* "The Fargo Kid" (1940)
* "Bullet Code" (1940)
* "Millionaires in Prison" (1940)
* "Laddie" (1940)
* "Legion of the Lawless" (1940)
* "Prairie Law" (1940)
* "Wagon Train" (1940)
* "The Bandit Trail" (1941)
* "Dude Cowboy" (1941)
* "The Saint in Palm Springs" (1941)
* "Cyclone on Horseback" (1941)
* "Robbers of the Range" (1941)
* "Come on Danger" (1942)
* "Riding the Wind" (1942)
* "Valley of the Sun" (1942)
* "Land of the Open Range" (1942)
* "Six-Gun Gold" (1942)
* "Rookies in Burma" (1943)
* "So This is Washington" (1943)
* "Tarzan Triumphs" (1943)
* "Stage Door Canteen" (1943)
* "Tarzan's Desert Mystery" (1943)
* "Nevada" (1944)
* "Mademoiselle Fifi" (1944)
* "The Falcon Out West" (1944)
* "Radio Stars on Parade" (1945)
* "Cornered" (1945)
* "Johnny Angel" (1945)
* "West of the Pecos" (1945)
* "Wanderer of the Wasteland" (1945)
* "Murder, My Sweet" (1945)
* "First Yank Into Tokyo" (1945)
* "The Woman on the Beach" (1946)
* "Till the End of Time" (1946)
* "Nocturne" (1946)
* "The Falcon's Adventure" (1946)
* "They Won't Believe Me" (1947)
* "Tycoon" (1947)
* "Pitfall" (1948)
* "Station West" (1948)
* "Strange Bargain" (1949)
* "The Big Steal" (1949)
* "Easy Living" (1949)
* "The Threat" (1949)
* "Walk Softly, Stranger" (1950)
* "Gambling House" (1950)
* "His Kind of Woman" (1951)
* "Two Tickets to Broadway" (1951)
* "My Forbidden Past" (1951)
* "The Las Vegas Story" (1952)
* "Macao" (1952)
* "Son of Paleface" (1952)
* "She Couldn't Say No" (1952)
* "The French Line" (1953)
* "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" (1953)
* "Affair With a Stranger" (1953)
* "Top of World" (1955)
* "Underwater!" (1955)

Television

* "The Bob Cummings Show" (1955-1958)
* "Law of the Plainsman" (1959)
* "" (1959-1960)
* "The Twilight Zone" (1960 ("Third from the Sun" episode)

Awards

Nominations
* Academy Awards: Oscar, Best Cinematography, for "Army Girl" (1938).

References

External links

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