Robert H. Planck

Born:  August 19, 1902, Huntington, Indiana

Died:  October 31, 1971, Camarillo, California

 

1929:  Three Live Ghosts

1930:  Be Yourself!, The Bat Whispers, Reaching For The Moon

1931:  The Secret Witness

1932:  The Silver Lining

1933:  Primavera En Otono, El Rey De Los Gitanos, Life In The Raw, It’s Great To Be Alive, Una Viuda Romantica, Broken Dreams, Yo Tu Y Ella

1934:  Frontier Marshal, Manhattan Love Song, Granaderos Del Amor, Money Means Nothing, Our Daily Bread, Jane Eyre, The Moonstone, King Kelly of the USA, Secret of the Chateau

1935:  Life Returns, Rendezvous At Midnight, Let ‘Em Have It, Red Salute, The Melody Lingers On

1936:  It’s Up to You, The Last of the Mohicans, Career Woman

1937:  We Who Are About To Die, Woman-Wise, Time Out For Romance, Thin Ice, That I May Live, This Is My Affair, Life Begins In College, Love and Hisses

1938:  The Baroness and the Butler, Kentucky Moonshine, Always Goodbye, Hold That Co-Ed, The Duke of West Point

1939:  King of the Turf, The Man In The Iron Mask

1940:  That Inferior Feeling, Strange Cargo, Susan and God, Escape

1941:  A Woman’s Face, When Ladies Meet

1942:  We Were Dancing, Ship Ahoy, Her Cardboard Lover, Eyes In the Night, Reunion In France

1943:  Above Suspicion, Girl Crazy

1944:  The Heavenly Body, Two Girls And A Sailor, The White Cliffs of Dover, The Canterville Ghost, Maisie Goes To Reno

1945:  Anchors Aweigh, Week-End At The Waldorf

1946:  Up Goes Maisie, Love Laughs At Andy Hardy, The Show-Off

1947:  It Happened In Brooklyn, Cass Timberlane

1948:  Luxury Liner, The Three Musketeers

1949:  Little Women, Madame Bovary, The Doctor and the Girl

1950:  Please Believe Me, Summer Stock

1951:  Royal Wedding, Rich Young and Pretty, Texas Carnival

1952:  The Belle of New York

1953:  Lili, Remains To Be Seen, Scandal at Scourie, Torch Song

1954:  Rhapsody, Prisoner of War, Athena

1955:  Moonfleet, The King’s Fleet

1956:  Diane, Gaby

1957:  The Young Stranger, Jeanne Eagels, The Girl Most Likely

 

Academy Award Nominations:  Best Cinematography-Color, Anchors Aweigh (1945); The Three Musketeers (1948); Little Women (1949); Lili (1953)