Carroll Clark

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Carroll Clark
Born (1894-02-06)February 6, 1894
Mountain View, California
Died May 17, 1968(1968-05-17) (aged 74)
Glendale, California
Occupation Art director
Years active 1927 - 1968

Carroll Clark (6 February 1894 – 17 May 1968) was an American art director. He was nominated for seven Academy Awards in the category Best Art Direction.[1][2] He worked on 173 films between 1927 and 1968. He was born in Mountain View, California and died in Glendale, California.

Early filmography[edit]

Year Film
1927 The Magic Garden
1930 Swing High
1930 Holiday
1930 Her Man
1930 Big Money
1930 Sin Takes a Holiday
1931 The Painted Desert
1931 Lonely Wives
1931 Beyond Victory
1931 Born to Love
1931 Sweepstakes
1931 The Common Law
1931 Rebound
1931 The Big Gamble
1931 Sundown Trail
1931 Smart Woman (uncredited)
1931 Devotion
1931 The Tip Off
1931 Freighters of Destiny
1931 Bad Company
1931 Suicide Fleet
1931 The Big Shot
1932 Partners
1932 Panama Flow
1932 Prestige
1932 A Woman Commands
1932 Lady With a Past
1932 The Saddle Buster
1932 Carnival Boat
1932 Young Bride
1932 Symphony of Six Million
1932 The Roadhouse Murder
1932 State's Attorney
1932 Ghost Valley
1932 Westward Passage
1932 Is My Face Red
1932 What Price Hollywood?
1932 Roar of the Dragon
1932 Beyond the Rockies
1932 Bird of Paradise
1932 The Age of Consent
1932 Thirteen Women
1932 The Most Dangerous Game
1932 Hold 'em Jail
1932 Hell's Highway
1932 Come On Danger!
1932 A Bill of Divorcement
1932 The Phantom of Crestwood
1932 Little Orphan Annie
1932 The Sport Parade
1932 The Conquerors
1932 Rockabye
1932 Renegades of the West
1932 Secrets of the French Police
1933 No Other Woman (uncredited)
1933 The Monkey's Paw
1933 The Great Jasper
1933 King Kong (uncredited)
1933 Cross Fire (uncredited)
1933 Aggie Appleby Maker of Men
1933 The Right to Romance
1933 Flying Down To Rio
1934 Hips, Hips, Hooray!
1934 Spitfire
1934 This Man is Mine
1934 Of Human Bondage
1934 Cockeyed Cavaliers
1934 Bachelor Bait
1934 The Fountain
1934 Down to Their Last Yacht
1934 The Gay Divorcee
1934 Lightning Strikes Twice
1934 The Little Minister
1935 Enchanted April
1941 Playmates
1942 Joan of Paris

Award Nominations[edit]

Clark was nominated for seven Academy Awards for Best Art Direction:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Carroll Clark". theoscarsite.com. Retrieved 2011-01-28. 
  2. ^ "IMDb.com: Carroll Clark - Awards". IMDb.com. Retrieved 2008-12-07. 

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