Arthur L. Todd

 

Arthur L. Todd

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Arthur L. Todd was a film worker. He was born in Mew Jersey, USA on 12 February 1895. Arthur L. Todd passed away 28 August 1942, he was 47 years. He is known for Earthworm Tractors (1936), Wild Boys of the Road (1933), A Devil with Women (1930), South of Suez (1940) and Back in Circulation (1937).

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Arthur L. Todd

Born 1895-02-12 (127 years ago) in Mew Jersey, USA. Dead 1942-08-28 (47 years).

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Arthur L. Todd was an American cinematographer whose work included Hot Saturday, I've Got Your Number and You're in the Army Now.

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