David S. Hall

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Art Director, Art Department

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Art Director, Art Department


Birth date
1905-07-23
Death date
1964-07-23
Awards
Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 1 win.

Known For


My Fair Lady
My Fair Lady
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (1964)
Tora! Tora! Tora!
Tora! Tora! Tora!
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (1970)
Wee Willie Winkie
Wee Willie Winkie
Art Director (1937)
The Greatest Story Ever Told
The Greatest Story Ever Told
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (1965)
 

Activities


RoleTitleYear
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorThe Don Is Dead
(first assistant director - as David Hall)
1973
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorDouble Indemnity
(TV Movie) (assistant director - as David Hall)
1973
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorAce Eli and Rodger of the Skies
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1973
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorThe Seven Minutes
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1971
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorThe Mephisto Waltz
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1971
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorTora! Tora! Tora!
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1970
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorBeyond the Valley of the Dolls
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1970
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorThe Boston Strangler
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1968
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorIn Like Flint
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1967
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorThe Greatest Story Ever Told
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1965
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorGoodbye Charlie
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1964
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorMy Fair Lady
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1964
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorBack Street
(assistant director - uncredited)
1961
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorReturn to Peyton Place
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1961
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorSanctuary
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1961
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorThe Jim Backus Show
(TV Series) (assistant director - 1 episode) - Painting Caper (1960) ... (assistant director - as Dave Hall)
1960
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorLet's Make Love
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1960
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorHound-Dog Man
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1959
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorWoman Obsessed
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1959
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorThe Diary of Anne Frank
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1959
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorFräulein
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1958
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorKiss Them for Me
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1957
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorThe Three Faces of Eve
(assistant director - as David Hall)
1957
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorI Love You Again
(second assistant director - uncredited)
1940
RoleTitleYear
Art directorThe Greatest Story Ever Told
(as David Hall)
1965
Art directorStory of G.I. Joe
(uncredited)
1945
Art directorDouble Indemnity
(uncredited)
1944
Art directorI Love You Again
(uncredited)
1940
Art directorCharlie Chan in Reno1939
Art directorThe Three Musketeers
(as David Hall)
1939
Art directorWhile New York Sleeps
(as David Hall)
1938
Art directorAlways in Trouble
(as David Hall)
1938
Art directorI'll Give a Million
(as David Hall)
1938
Art directorJosette
(as David Hall)
1938
Art directorDouble Wedding
(uncredited)
1937
Art directorWife, Doctor and Nurse1937
Art directorWee Willie Winkie
(as David Hall, art direction)
1937
Art directorDante's Inferno1935
Art directorA Holy Terror1931
Art directorWomen of All Nations
(as David Hall)
1931
Art directorThe Dancers1930
RoleTitleYear
Art departmentSecond Honeymoon
(associate art director - as David Hall)
1937
Art departmentDouble Wedding
(associate art director - uncredited)
1937
Art departmentSeventh Heaven
(associate art director)
1937
Art departmentHot for Paris
(settings - as David Hall)
1929
Art departmentThe Iron Mask
(artist)
1929
RoleTitleYear
Production designerDouble Indemnity
(uncredited)
1944
Production designerLadies in Retirement
(as David Hall)
1941
Production designerAdam Had Four Sons
(as David Hall)
1941
RoleTitleYear
ProducerStory of G.I. Joe
(associate producer - as David Hall)
1945
ProducerTomorrow, the World!
(associate producer - as David Hall)
1944
RoleTitleYear
Set decoratorThe Red Dance
(as David Hall)
1928