Benjamin H. Kline

Benjamin H. Kline (1894-1974) was an American cinematographer and film director. Kline was born in Birmingham, Alabama and started his career as a cinematographer in 1920 with Universal Pictures' Red Lane. Over his career he shot about 350 films and television shows, a number that includes many serials and a large number of Three Stooges short subjects for Columbia Pictures. He worked up through about 1972. His son Richard H. Kline is also a noted cinematographer. Kline directed seven films, one Rin Tin Tin serial and six westerns: Sources also suggest that Kline replaced B. Reeves Eason as uncredited director of the The Galloping Ghost serial in 1931.

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