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Lewis Wood Physioc (June 30, 1879 - January 16, 1972) was a cinematographer, matte artist, and painter in the United States. After his film career he taught film at USC in Los Angeles. He was the older brother of Wray Physioc.
- Rolling Stones (film) (1916)
- The Kiss (1916 film)
- A Coney Island Princess (1916) by Edward Sheldon starring Irene Fenwick and Owen Moore
- The Long Trail (film) (1917)
- Bab's Burglar (1917)
- Seven Keys to Baldpate (1917 film) starring George M. Cohan and Anna Q. Nilsson with cinematography by Ned Van Buren and Physioc
- A Girl Like That (1917)
- The Antics of Ann (1917)
- Bab's Diary (1917) starring Marguerite Clark
- The Claw (1918)
- Upstairs and Down (1919) starring Olive Thomas, David Butler, and Robert Ellis (actor, born 1892)
- The Glorious Lady (1919)
- The No-Gun Man (1924)
- The Millionaire Cowboy (1924)
- Western Limited (1932) starring Estelle Taylor, Edmund Burns, and Lucien Prival
- Midnight Patrol
- The Beast of Borneo (1934)
- Giesen, Rolf (January 30, 2008). Special Effects Artists: A Worldwide Biographical Dictionary of the Pre-digital Era with a Filmography. McFarland & Company. ISBN 9780786429318 – via Google Books.
- "Lewis Physioc - Artist, Fine Art Prices, Auction Records for Lewis Physioc". www.askart.com. Retrieved 5 April 2019.
- "Lewis W Physioc Art Deco Architectural Painting" – via www.shopgoodwill.com from Artists in California, 1786-1940 by Edan Hughes.
- Keating, Patrick (December 15, 2009). Hollywood Lighting from the Silent Era to Film Noir. Columbia University Press. ISBN 9780231520201.
- Engineers, Society of Motion Picture and Television (January 30, 1932). "Journal". Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.
- An Evening's Entertainment: The Age of the Silent Feature Picture, 1915-1928. Scribner. January 30, 1990. ISBN 9780684184159.
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