Arthur E. Arling Net Worth

Arthur E. Arling Net Worth is
$19 Million

Arthur E. Arling Bio/Wiki, Net Worth

Arthur E. Arling, A.S.C. (September 19, 1906 – October 16, 1991) was a Hollywood cameraman and cinematographer. His early work included 1939's Gone with the Wind and 1946's The Yearling, for which he won a joint Oscar which he shared with Charles Rosher and Leonard Smith. He was also nominated for an Oscar for the 1955 Lillian Roth biopic I'll Cry Tomorrow. Arling, a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy during World War II, is buried at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California.

Date Of BirthSeptember 19, 1906, Missouri, United States
DiedOctober 16, 1991, Riverside County, California, United States
Place Of BirthMissouri, USA
ProfessionCinematographer, Camera Department
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Cinematography
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Cinematography, Black-and-White
Star SignVirgo
1Started as an assistant cameraman at Fox. Graduated to full director of photography in 1946. Remained under contract at 20th Century Fox until 1953, then with MGM (1954-56) and Universal (1957-61).
2Had been a member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) since 1941.
3Educated at the New York Institute of Photography.


Once Before I Die1966director of photography - as Arthur Arling
Ski Party1965
The Secret Invasion1964
Strait-Jacket1964director of photography - as Arthur Arling
My Six Loves1963director of photography
Boys' Night Out1962director of photography
When the Girls Take Over1962as Arthur Arling
The Notorious Landlady1962director of photography - as Arthur Arling
Lover Come Back1961director of photography
Swingin' Along1961
The Story of Ruth1960
Take a Giant Step1959
Pillow Talk1959director of photography
Steve Canyon1958-1959TV Series director of photography - 16 episodes
Peter GunnTV Series 7 episodes, 1958 director of photography - 1 episode, 1958
Once Upon a Horse...1958
This Happy Feeling1958director of photography
Kathy O'1958director of photography
Flood Tide1957
The Kettles on Old MacDonald's Farm1957
Man in the Shadow1957/Idirector of photography
Tammy and the Bachelor1957
The Great American Pastime1956
Ransom!1956director of photography
I'll Cry Tomorrow1955director of photography
MGM Parade1955TV Series 2 episodes
Love Me or Leave Me1955director of photography
The Glass Slipper1955director of photography
Three for the Show1955
Red Garters1954
The Farmer Takes a Wife1953director of photography
Treasure of the Golden Condor1953uncredited
The I Don't Care Girl1953
Belles on Their Toes1952director of photography
Meet Me After the Show1951
Call Me Mister1951
My Blue Heaven1950
Wabash Avenue1950
You're My Everything1949
Mother Is a Freshman1949
Captain from Castile1947director of photography
Hollywood Wonderland1947Short as Arthur Arling
The Homestretch1947as Arthur Arling
The Yearling1946director of photography - as Arthur Arling
Scenic Grandeur1941Documentary short as Art Arling
More Worlds to Conquer1941Short as Art Arling
Here Comes the Cavalry1941Short as Arthur Arling
Mendelssohn's Wedding March1939Short as Art Arling
Three on a Honeymoon1934
Merely Mary Ann1931

Camera Department

Red Skies of Montana1952location director of photography: New Mexico - uncredited
A Little Bit of Heaven1940camera operator - uncredited
Rebecca1940camera operator - uncredited
Gone with the Wind1939camera operator - uncredited
Sweethearts1938camera crew: Technicolor - uncredited
Nothing Sacred1937camera operator - uncredited
Doubting Thomas1935camera operator - uncredited
Baby Take a Bow1934camera operator - uncredited
It's Great to Be Alive1933camera operator - uncredited
Cavalcade1933second camera operator - uncredited
6 Hours to Live1932camera operator - uncredited
A Passport to Hell1932camera operator - uncredited
She Wanted a Millionaire1932second camera operator - uncredited


The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind1988TV Movie documentaryHimself - Camera Operator (as Arthur Arling)

Won Awards

1947OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Cinematography, ColorThe Yearling (1946)

Nominated Awards

1956OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Cinematography, Black-and-WhiteI'll Cry Tomorrow (1955)

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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