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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Glen MacWilliams (May 21, 1898 – April 15, 1984), was an American cinematographer. Born in California, MacWilliams started his career in the silent days. He worked in the United Kingdom for much of the 1930s, working on several musicals with Jessie Matthews. He returned to the US in the 1940s where he worked extensively for 20th Century Fox, filming Laurel and Hardy's first two films for the studio and also worked with Alfred Hitchcock on Lifeboat in 1944. He had previously worked with Hitchcock on one occasion in Britain. He later worked in television on such shows as Highway Patrol, Wanted: Dead or Alive, The Untouchables and My Living Doll before he retired in the mid-1960s.
May 21, 1898, Saratoga, California, USA
April 15, 1984
1918 Headin' SouthDirector of Photography 1922 Oliver TwistDirector of Photography 1922 TroubleDirector of Photography 1924 The Mine with the Iron DoorDirector of Photography 1925 LazybonesDirector of Photography 1931 The Front PageDirector of Photography 1934 EvergreenDirector of Photography 1935 The ClairvoyantDirector of Photography 1941 Great GunsDirector of Photography 1942 Blue, White and PerfectDirector of Photography 1943 WintertimeDirector of Photography 1944 LifeboatDirector of Photography 1944 Wing and a PrayerDirector of Photography 1945 The SpiderDirector of Photography 1946 ShockDirector of PhotographyLimited to the 15 most popular items