Ira H. Morgan
|Ira H. Morgan|
2 April 1889|
Fort Ross, California USA
|Died||10 April 1959
San Rafael, California
|Known for||Work with Frank Buck|
Ira Harry Morgan (2 April 1889 – 10 April 1959, age 70) was am American cinematographer. He successfully transitioned from the Silent era to the Age of talkies. He filmed famed animal-trainer Frank Buck’s film Tiger Fangs.
Morgan broke in as a cameraman with Gaumont News, a pioneer newsreel. Later he was behind the camera when Essanay Films were made at Niles Canyon, Alameda County, where the old Bronco Billy series was produced. In 1919 he joined director King Vidor.
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