George Benjamin Meehan Jr. (1891–1947) was the cinematographer of more than 150 American films.
Meehan was the cinematographer for Mary of the Movies (1923), Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925), The Ghost Talks (1929), Back to the Woods (1937), The Big Chance (1933), Inside Information (1934), Tarzan’s Revenge (1938), Riders of Black River (1939), The Wildcat of Tucson (1940), Beyond the Sacramento (1940), and Voice of the Whistler (1945).
Meehan was working on King of the Wild Horses when he became ill and was replaced on the project by Philip Tannura. Meehan died on February 10, 1947, in Hollywood, California, and was buried in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park of Glendale, California.
- Battling Buddy (1924)
- The Great Sensation (1925)
- The New Champion (1925)
- Fighting Youth (1925)
- Ship of Wanted Men (1933)
- Two Gun Law (1937)
- The Taming of the West (1939)
- The Return of Wild Bill (1940)
- Bullets for Bandits (1942)
- Terror Trail (1946)