Archie Stout

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    • Archie Stout

      zzoms4sc4nekmo4k.jpgARCHIE STOUT

      Information From IMdb

      Date of Birth
      30 March 1886, Renwick, Iowa, USA

      Date of Death
      10 March 1973, Los Angeles, California, USA

      Birth Name
      Archibald Stout

      Spouse
      Evelyn (? - ?)

      Trivia
      He is the only cinematographer to be nominated
      and win an Academy Award for second unit photography
      for John Ford's The Quiet Man (1952).

      Filmography
      Cinematographer:
      1. The High and the Mighty (1954)
      2. Hondo (1953)
      3. Island in the Sky (1953)
      4. The Sun Shines Bright (1953) (director of photography)
      5. Trouble Along the Way (1953) (director of photography)
      ... aka Alma Mater
      6. Big Jim McLain (1952) (director of photography)
      ... aka Jim McLain
      7. On the Loose (1951)
      ... aka The Restless Age (USA)
      8. Hard, Fast and Beautiful (1951)
      ... aka Mother of a Champion (USA)
      9. Outrage (1950/I)
      10. Never Fear (1949)
      ... aka The Young Lovers
      11. Lust for Gold (1949) (director of photography)
      ... aka For Those Who Dare (UK: new title)
      12. Fort Apache (1948)
      ... aka War Party
      13. Tarzan and the Huntress (1947)
      ... aka Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan and the Huntress (USA: complete title)
      14. Angel and the Badman (1947) (photography) (as Archie J. Stout)
      ... aka The Angel and the Outlaw
      15. Abilene Town (1946) (director of photography) (as Archie J. Stout)
      16. Captain Kidd (1945)
      17. Tarzan and the Amazons (1945)
      ... aka Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan and the Amazons (USA: complete title)
      18. Dark Waters (1944)
      19. Alaska (1944)
      20. Summer Storm (1944)
      21. It Happened Tomorrow (1944)
      22. The Texas Rangers Ride Again (1940)
      23. Rulers of the Sea (1939) (uncredited)
      24. Beau Geste (1939)
      25. Mystery Plane (1939)
      26. Professor Beware (1938)
      27. The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938) (photographed by)
      28. Hills of Old Wyoming (1937)
      29. Borderland (1937)
      30. Trail Dust (1936) (director of photography)
      31. Conflict (1936) (as A.J. Stout)
      32. Sea Spoilers (1936)
      33. Hopalong Cassidy Returns (1936)
      34. Three on the Trail (1936)
      35. Call of the Prairie (1936)
      36. Heart of the West (1936)
      37. Nevada (1935) (photographed by)
      38. Bar 20 Rides Again (1935) (director of photography)
      39. Lawless Range (1935)
      40. The Eagle's Brood (1935) (photographed by)
      41. Westward Ho (1935)
      42. Hop-Along Cassidy (1935)
      ... aka Hopalong Cassidy Enters (USA: reissue title)
      43. Paradise Canyon (1935)
      ... aka Paradise Ranch
      44. The Dawn Rider (1935)
      45. The Desert Trail (1935)
      46. Rainbow Valley (1935)
      47. Rocky Mountain Mystery (1935)
      ... aka The Fighting Westerner
      48. Texas Terror (1935) (photographed by) (uncredited)
      49. Sing Sing Nights (1934)
      ... aka Reprieved
      50. 'Neath the Arizona Skies (1934)
      ... aka 'Neath Arizona Skies
      51. Flirting with Danger (1934)
      52. The Lawless Frontier (1934)
      53. The Trail Beyond (1934)
      54. Happy Landing (1934)
      ... aka Air Patrol (UK)
      55. The Star Packer (1934)
      ... aka He Wore a Star (UK)
      56. Randy Rides Alone (1934)
      57. Monte Carlo Nights (1934)
      58. The Man from Utah (1934) (photographed by)
      59. Blue Steel (1934)
      ... aka An Innocent Man (USA)
      60. The Last Round-Up (1934)
      61. House of Mystery (1934)
      62. Mystery Liner (1934)
      ... aka The Ghost of John Holling
      63. West of the Divide (1934)
      64. The Lucky Texan (1934)
      ... aka Gold Strike River (USA: alternative title)
      65. Sixteen Fathoms Deep (1934)
      66. Sagebrush Trail (1933)
      ... aka Stolen Goods (USA: alternative title)
      67. Riders of Destiny (1933) (photography by)
      68. Ranger's Code (1933)
      ... aka The Rangers' Code (USA: alternative title)
      69. Galloping Romeo (1933)
      70. Rainbow Ranch (1933)
      71. The Fugitive (1933)
      72. The Fighting Texans (1933)
      ... aka Randy Strikes Oil
      ... aka Randy Strikes Out
      73. Sunset Pass (1933)
      74. Under the Tonto Rim (1933)
      75. The Mysterious Rider (1933)
      ... aka The Fighting Phantom (USA: reissue title)
      76. The Fighting Champ (1932)
      77. Self Defense (1932)
      78. Lucky Larrigan (1932)
      79. Young Blood (1932)
      ... aka Lola (UK)
      80. The Man from Arizona (1932)
      81. Texas Buddies (1932)
      82. Hidden Valley (1932)
      83. Heritage of the Desert (1932)
      ... aka When the West Was Young (USA: reissue title)
      84. Broadway to Cheyenne (1932) (photographed by)
      85. Klondike (1932) (uncredited)
      ... aka The Doctor's Sacrifice (UK)
      86. Son of Oklahoma (1932)
      87. Honor of the Mounted (1932)
      ... aka Beyond the Border (UK)
      88. Flames (1932)
      89. Law of the North (1932)
      90. Mason of the Mounted (1932)
      91. Riders of the Desert (1932)
      92. Vanishing Men (1932)
      93. The County Fair (1932)
      94. Law of the West (1932)
      95. Police Court (1932)
      ... aka Son of Mine (UK)
      96. Single-Handed Sanders (1932)
      ... aka Wyoming (UK)
      97. South of Santa Fe (1932)
      98. Ghost City (1932)
      99. Law of the Sea (1931)
      100. Galloping Thru (1931)
      101. Forgotten Women (1931)
      102. Land of Wanted Men (1931)
      103. Two Fisted Justice (1931)
      104. Oklahoma Jim (1931)
      105. In Line of Duty (1931)
      106. Near the Trail's End (1931)
      107. The Man from Death Valley (1931)
      108. The Montana Kid (1931)
      109. Mother and Son (1931)
      110. Partners of the Trail (1931)
      111. Son of the Plains (1931)
      ... aka Vultures of the Law (UK)
      112. Dugan of the Badlands (1931)
      113. Ships of Hate (1931)
      114. The Ridin' Fool (1931)
      115. Rider of the Plains (1931)
      ... aka The Greater Love
      116. God's Country and the Man (1931)
      ... aka Rose of the Rio Grande (USA: review title)
      ... aka Trail of the Law (USA: TV title)
      117. Gun Smoke (1931) (as A.J. Stout)
      118. The Conquering Horde (1931) (as A.J. Stout)
      119. It Pays to Advertise (1931)
      120. Sunrise Trail (1931)
      121. Derelict (1930/I) (as Archie J. Stout)
      122. Headin' North (1930) (photographed by)
      123. The Sea God (1930) (as Archie J. Stout)
      124. Manslaughter (1930)
      125. The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu (1930)
      126. The Benson Murder Case (1930)
      127. Men Are Like That (1930) (as Archie J. Stout)
      128. Young Eagles (1930) (as A.J. Stout)
      129. Dangerous Paradise (1930) (as Archie J. Stout)
      ... aka Two Against Death (USA: alternative title)
      130. Darkened Rooms (1929) (as Archie J. Stout)
      131. Varsity (1928) (as A.J. Stout)
      132. Feet of Clay (1924)
      133. The Ten Commandments (1923)
      134. The Drivin' Fool (1923) (as A.J. Stout)
      135. His Nibs (1921) (as A.J. Stout)

      Camera and Electrical Department:

      1. The Quiet Man (1952) (director of photography: second unit)
      2. Law of the Trigger (1952) (cinematographer: archive footage)
      3. The Thing from Another World (1951) (director of photography: second unit) (uncredited)
      ... aka The Thing (USA: short title)
      4. Rio Grande (1950) (camera operator: second unit)
      ... aka John Ford and Merian C. Cooper's Rio Grande (USA: complete title)
      5. Wagon Master (1950) (photographer: second unit)
      6. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) (camera operator: second unit) (uncredited) (director of photography: second unit) (uncredited)
      7. Rebecca (1940) (director of photography: second unit) (uncredited)
      8. The Hurricane (1937) (photographer: South Seas)
      9. The Texas Rangers (1936) (photographer: second unit) (uncredited)

      Visual Effects:

      1. The Westerner (1940) (special effects cinematography)
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: Duke's Cinematographers- Archie Stout

      Cinematographers, were responsible for putting the magic
      onto the silver screen, and without them, the spectacle would never be!

      Four such men,
      William H. Clothier,Archie Stout, Winton Hoch and Bert Glennon
      were without doubt very special to Duke and his movies.
      Clothier and Hoch, more or less took over the mantle,
      from Stout, for the years after!

      Archie Stout was Duke's first favourite cinematographer,
      and like Clothier, spent most of his working life, with Duke.

      He served as the cinematographer on most of Duke's early
      Lone Star Movies.
      Paul Malvern the producer of those movies declared:-
      He was the finest exterior cameraman, ever born...
      These films are beautiful to look at.

      Stout later worked for John Ford, as Second Unit work
      on such classics as Wagonmaster

      He is the only cinematographer to be nominated
      and win an Academy Award for second unit photography
      for John Ford's The Quiet Man (1952).



      Archie Stout made 30 movies with Duke

      The High and the Mighty (1954)
      Hondo (1953)
      Island in the Sky (1953)
      Trouble Along the Way (1953) (director of photography)
      Big Jim McLain (1952) (director of photography)
      The Quiet Man (1952) (director of photography: second unit)
      Rio Grande (1950) (camera operator: second unit)
      She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) (camera operator: second unit) (uncredited)
      (director of photography: second unit) (uncredited)
      Fort Apache (1948)
      Angel and the Badman (1947) (photography) (as Archie J. Stout)
      Conflict (1936) (as A.J. Stout)
      Sea Spoilers (1936)
      Lawless Range (1935)
      Westward Ho (1935)
      Paradise Canyon (1935)
      The Dawn Rider (1935)
      The Desert Trail (1935)
      Rainbow Valley (1935)
      Texas Terror (1935) (photographed by) (uncredited)
      Neath the Arizona Skies (1934)
      The Lawless Frontier (1934)
      The Trail Beyond (1934)
      The Star Packer (1934)
      Randy Rides Alone (1934)
      The Man from Utah (1934) (photographed by)
      Blue Steell (1934)
      West of the Divide (1934)
      The Lucky Texan (1934)
      Sagebrush Trail (1933)
      Riders of Destiny (1933) (photography by)
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

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    • Re: Duke's Cinematographers- Archie Stout

      Jim just three,

      1. Yakima Canutt. 42
      2. John Ford. 32
      2=Chuck Roberson. 32

      I've got one more Cinematographer to post,
      Wiiliam Hoch.

      I think they were fantastic at what they did,
      and as you say, unsung heroes!
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

      The post was edited 1 time, last by ethanedwards ().

    • Re: Duke's Cinematographers- Archie Stout

      ethanedwards wrote:

      Cinematographers, were responsible for putting the magic
      onto the silver screen, and without them, the spectacle would never be!

      Three such men,
      William H. Clothier,Archie Stout and Winton Hoch
      were without doubt very special to Duke and his movies.
      Clothier and Hoch, more or less took over the mantle,
      from Stout, for the years after!

      Archie Stout was Duke's first favourite cinematographer,
      and like Clothier, spent most of his working life, with Duke.

      Just to re- introduce one of Duke's favourite co-workers
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England