Alfred C. Ortlieb
May 22, 1888
|Spouse(s)||Marie Messannat (m. 1914)|
Alfred was born in Ivry-sur-Seine, France, to Adolphe Ortlieb. After being educated in Paris, he began his career as a salesman before working as a cinematographer at Gaumont, Selig, and Metro. He often collaborated with director René Plaissetty, and supposedly shot all of Plaissetty's early films.
- The Unfair Sex (1926)
- Lover's Island (1925)
- The Fair Cheat (1923)
- None So Blind (1923)
- The Streets of New York (1922)
- Love's Penalty (1921)
- The Black Panther's Cub (1921)
- The Bait (1921)
- Deep Waters (1920)
- The White Circle (1920)
- Lifting Shadows (1920)
- A Modern Salome (1920)
- Tarnished Reputations (1920)
- The A.B.C. of Love (1919)
- The Thirteenth Chair (1919)
- The Twin Pawns (1919)
- Greater Love Hath No Man (1915)
- The Shooting of Dan McGrew (1915)
- American Cinematographer. ASC Holding Corporation. 1922.
- Cinema News. 1916.
- "Two Early Color Tests - The American Society of Cinematographers". ascmag.com. Retrieved 2019-12-16.
- "Raymond Hitchcock Now Under Lubin Banner". The Morning Post. 10 Nov 1915. Retrieved 2019-12-16.