|Place of birth:||:||Brooklyn, New York, USA|
|Also Known as||:||George B. Meehan|
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia George Benjamin Meehan, Jr. (1891–1947) was the cinematographer of more than 150 American films. Meehan was born on July 19, 1891 in Brooklyn, New York. During World War I he was a cinematographer in the United States Army. He married Louise Harriett Mahoney Meehan (1891–1974), who hailed from Montana. 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), and Beyond the Sacramento (1940). George Meehan died on February 10, 1947 in Hollywood, Los Angeles and was buried in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park of Glendale, California.