OUT OF THE PAST
TEAMWORK: Here, director W.S. "Woody" Van Dyke, II (looking into a viewfinder of the lead camera), in assocation with cinematographer Clyde De Vinna, utilized some trees to serve as a make-shift camera crane while on location in Africa for the film Trader Horn. This 1929 film also marked the first time Hollywood shot a film with its principal actors in Africa. Photo courtesy of Rudy Behlmer.