|Born||Horace Land Woodard
August 18, 1904
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
|Died||April 20, 1973
Los Angeles, California, USA
|Occupation||Producer and cinematographer|
Horace Woodard (August 18, 1904-April 20, 1973) was an American film producer and cinematographer of short films. He won at the 7th Academy Awards along with his brother Stacy Woodard for the category of Best Live Action Short-Novelty. This was for the film City of Wax.
With the exception of Monsieur Fabre these are all short films.
- Monsieur Fabre (1951) (Cinematographer)
- The Negro Soldier (1945) (Cinematographer) (credited as Capt. Horace Woodard)
- Adventures of Chico (1938) (Cinematographer, producer, editor and director)
- Neptune Mysteries: The Struggle to Live Series (1935) (Cinematographer and writer)
- Fang and Claw (1935) (Editor)
- Born to Die (1934) (Producer)
- City of Wax (1934) (Producer)
- "The 7th Academy Awards (1935) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved March 27, 2014.
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