Charles J. Stumar

Director of Photography - USA
Born August 28, 1890 in Budapest
Died June 29, 1935 in Westlake Village, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Charles J. Stumar was born on August 28, 1890 in Budapest. He was an American Director of Photography, known for Das Schweigen im Walde (1929), Das Rheinlandmädel (1930), Eine Stunde Glück (1930), Charles J. Stumar's first movie on record is from 1917. Charles J. Stumar died on June 29, 1935 in Westlake Village, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1935.
Biographical Notes in German: gebürtiger Ungar, Kameramann des amerikanischen Stummfilms, Ende der Zwanziger Jahre auch in Deutschland tätig. In den ersten Tonfilmjahren zeichnete Stumar für klassische Gruselfilme wie "Die Mumie" (mit Boris Karloff) verantwortlich. Kam beim Absturz eines vom ihm pilotierten Flugzeuges in Kalifornien ums Leben.

Charles J. Stumar Filmography [Auszug]
1935: [07.01] Manhattan Moon (Director of Photography), Directed by Stuart Walker, with Ricardo Cortez, Dorothy Page, Henry Mollison,
1935: [] The Raven (Director of Photography), Directed by Lew Landers, with Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Lester Matthews,
1935: [05.13] The Werewolf of London (Director of Photography), Directed by Stuart Walker, with Henry Hull, Warner Oland, Valerie Hobson,
1934: [08.13] Romance in the Rain (Director of Photography), Directed by Stuart Walker, with Roger Pryor, Heather Angel, Victor Moore,
1934: [] Let's talk it over (Director of Photography), Directed by Kurt Neumann, with Irene Ware, Otis Harlan, Douglas Fowley,
1934: [] The Countess of Monte Christo (Director of Photography), with Fay Wray,
1934: [] Bombay Mail (Director of Photography),
1933: [] The Mummy (Cagliostro, Im-Hotep (Working title), King of the Dead (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Karl Freund, with Boris Karloff, Zita Johann, David Manners,
1933: [] Billion Dollar Scandal (Director of Photography), with Robert Armstrong, Constance Cummings, James Gleason,
1933: [] Saturday's Millions (Director of Photography),
1932: [09.01] Hearts of Humanity (Director of Photography), Directed by Christy Cabanne, with Jean Hersholt, Jackie Searl, J. Farrell MacDonald,
1932: [] The Doomed Batallion (Director of Photography),
1932: [] Tom Brown of Culver (Director of Photography),
1931: [] Aloha (Director of Photography), Directed by Albert S. Rogell, with Donald Reed, Ben Lyon, Raquel Torres,
1931: [] A House divided (Director of Photography), Directed by William Wyler, with Walter Huston, Douglass Montgomery, Helen Chandler,
1930: [02.17] Liebe auf Befehl (Boudoir Diplomat) (Director of Photography), Directed by Ernst L. Franck, Johannes Riemann, with Tala Birell, Arnold Korff, Johannes Riemann,
1930: [03.16] Eine Stunde Glück (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Julius Brandt, Wilhelm Dieterle, Dolly Haas,
1930: [/ /1] Das Rheinlandmädel (Director of Photography), Directed by Johann Meyer, with Ernst Behmer, Georg Pless, Ilse Nast,
1930: [] Gehetzte Mädchen (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Schönfelder, with Lien Deyers, Ivan Koval-Samborskij, Elza Temáry,
1930: [] Der Nächste, bitte ! (Director of Photography), Directed by Erich Schönfelder, with Lien Deyers,
1930: [] Zeugen gesucht (Director of Photography),
1929: [02.14] Auf Leben und Tod (Director of Photography), Directed by Edmund Heuberger, with Karl Falkenberg, Lotte Stein, Hans Ritter,
1929: [12.06] Geheimpolizisten (Director of Photography), Directed by Edmund Heuberger, with Anton Pointner, , Georg Schmieter,
1929: [/ /1] Das Schweigen im Walde (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Wilhelm Dieterle,
1929: [/ /1] Frühlingsrauschen (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Alexandra Schmitt, Lien Deyers,
1929: [] Die seltsame Vergangenheit der Thea Carter (Director of Photography), with Olaf Fønss,
1929: [] Ludwig II., König von Bayern (Ludwig der Zweite - König von Bayern) (Director of Photography), with Theodor Loos, Gerhard Bienert, Trude von Molo,
1929: [] Durchs Brandenburger Tor (Director of Photography),
1929: [07.09] Der Teufelsreporter (Director of Photography), Directed by Ernst Laemmle, with Maria Forescu, Jonas Garrison, Fred Grosser,
1928: [10.21] The Michigan Kid (Director of Photography), Directed by Irving Willat, with Conrad Nagel, Renée Adorée, Lloyd Whitlock,
1928: [] Anybody seen here Kelly? (Director of Photography),
1928: [] The Shakedown (Director of Photography), Directed by William Wyler, with James Murray, Barbara Kent, George Kotsonaros,
1927: [11.04] Uncle Tom's cabin (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry A. Pollard, with Margarita Fischer, James B. Lowe, Arthur Edmund Carewe,
1927: [] Cohens and Kellys in Paris (Director of Photography),
1926: [] The Cohens and the Kellys (Director of Photography),
1925: [] Raffles the Amateur Cracksman (Director of Photography),
1925: [] Fifth Avenue Girl (Director of Photography),
1923: [] A Lady of Quality (Director of Photography), Directed by Hobart Henley, with Virginia Valli, Lionel Belmore, Margaret Seddon,
1923: [03.17] The Midnight Guest (One Dark Night (Working title), Flesh (Working title)) (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by George Archainbaud, with Grace Darmond, Mahlon Hamilton, Clyde Fillmore,
1923: [01.07] The Power of a Lie (Director of Photography), Directed by George Archainbaud, with Mabel Julienne Scott, David Torrence, Maude George,
1922: [09.00] Skin Deep (Director of Photography), Directed by Lambert Hillyer, with Milton Sills, Florence Vidor, Marcia Manon,
1922: [] Top o' Morning (Director of Photography),
1921: [09.18] Shams of Society (Camera Assistant: additional photographer (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by Thomas B. Walsh, with Barbara Castleton, Montagu Love, Edwards Davis,
1921: [] Lying Lips (Director of Photography), with Florence Vidor,
1920: [] Sex (Director of Photography), Directed by Fred Niblo, with Louise Glaum, Irving Cummings, Viola Barry,
1920: [] Love Madness (Director of Photography),
1920: [] Leopard Woman (Director of Photography),
1919: [12.21] The Lone Wolf's Daughter (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar) ), Directed by William P.S. Earle, with Bertram Grassby, Louise Glaum, Edwin Stevens,
1919: [] Comes again Smith (Director of Photography),
1919: [06.29] Sahara (Forbidden Fire, The Stairway of the Stars (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Arthur Rosson, with Louise Glaum, Matt Moore, Edwin Stevens,
1918: [09.16] Prisoners of the Pines (Prisoners of the Woods) (Director of Photography), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, with J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson, Walter Perry,
1918: [06.24] One Dollar Bid (Director of Photography), Directed by Ernest C. Warde, Raymond B. West, with J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson, Joseph J. Dowling,
1918: [04.28] The Biggest Show on Earth (The Greatest Show on Earth) (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by Jerome Storm, with Enid Bennett, Bliss Chevalier, Ethel Lynne,
1918: [02.18] The Keys of the Righteous (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by Jerome Storm, with Enid Bennett, Earle Rodney, George Nichols,
1918: [02.00] The Cast-Off (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by Raymond B. West, with Bessie Barriscale, Howard C. Hickman, Jack Livingstone,
1918: [01.05] Without Honor (Bearing Her Cross (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Margery Wilson, Walt Whitman, Arthur Moon,
1917: [12.00] Those Who Pay (Director of Photography), Directed by Raymond B. West, with Bessie Barriscale, Howard C. Hickman, Dorcas Matthews,
1917: [11.25] The Regenerates (Blue Blood (Working title)) (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Alma Rubens, Walt Whitman, Darrell Foss,
1917: [10.21] The Firefly of tough luck (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Alma Rubens, Charles Gunn, Walt Whitman,
1917: [09.30] The Tar Heel Warrior (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by E. Mason Hopper, with Walt Whitman, Ann Forrest, ,
1917: [09.16] Mountain Dew (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by Thomas N. Heffron, with Margery Wilson, Charles Gunn, Thomas Washington,
1917: [08.20] Wooden Shoes (Director of Photography), Directed by Raymond B. West, with Bessie Barriscale, Jack Livingstone, Joseph J. Dowling,
1917: [07.29] Borrowed Plumage (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by Raymond B. West, with Bessie Barriscale, Dorcas Matthews, Arthur Maude,
1917: [06.24] Madcap Madge (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by Raymond B. West, with Olive Thomas, Charles Gunn, Dorcas Matthews,
1917: [05.06] The Snarl (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by Raymond B. West, with Bessie Barriscale, Charles Gunn, Howard C. Hickman,
1917: [01.28] Chicken Casey (Director of Photography: (AKA Charles Stumar)), Directed by Raymond B. West, with Dorothy Dalton, Charles Gunn, Howard C. Hickman,

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