Irving Glassberg

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Irving Glassberg
Born October 19, 1906
Poland
Died September 9, 1958
Los Angeles, California
Occupation Cinematographer

Irving Glassberg, A.S.C. (19 October 1906 – 9 September 1958) was a Polish-American cinematographer, who worked on many Universal Pictures during the forties and fifties. Glassberg, along with Arthur Lubin was responsible for getting Clint Eastwood into the movies.[1]

Partial filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1959 Cry Tough
The Rabbit Trap
1958 Twilight for the Gods
The Big Beat
Day of the Bad Man
The Lady Takes a Flyer
The Tarnished Angels
1957 Joe Butterfly
Four Girls in Town
1956 Showdown at Abilene
The Rawhide Years
Outside the Law
Backlash
The Price of Fear
1955 The Purple Mask
Captain Lightfoot
1954 The Black Shield of Falworth
Francis Joins the WACS
Ride Clear of Diablo
Border River
1953 Walking My Baby Back Home
The Mississippi Gambler
The Lawless Breed
1952 The Black Castle
The Duel at Silver Creek
Sally and Saint Anne
Flesh and Fury
Here Come the Nelsons
Bend of the River
1951 The Strange Door
Cave of Outlaws
The Prince Who Was a Thief
The Fat Man
Francis Goes to the Races
1950 Kansas Raiders
Shakedown
Spy Hunt
I Was a Shoplifter
Francis
Outside the Wall
1949 Undertow
The Story of Molly X
Sword in the Desert
Arctic Manhunt
Yes Sir, That's My Baby
Calamity Jane and Sam Bass
Red Canyon
1948 Larceny
Feudin', Fussin' and A-Fightin'
River Lady
Casbah
Black Bart
1947 The Web

References[edit]

  1. ^ McGilligan (1999), p.52

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