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Leon Shamroy (1901–1974)

Cinematographer | Camera and Electrical Department | Director

Leon Shamroy was an American film cinematographer. He is best known for The Black Swan (1942),Wilson (1944), Leave Her to Heaven (1945), David and Bathsheba (1951), The Robe (1953), Cleopatra (1963),... read full biography
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Jul 16, 1901 (died Jul 7, 1974)
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Released Television (2 titles) Episodes
Arnie (1970)
(TV Series) - Director Of Photography (1 episode, 1970) Director Of Photography (1 episode, 1970)   See fewer
Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow (Nov 7, 1970) Season 1, Episode 8 - Director Of Photography Director Of Photography   See fewer
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Prudence and the Chief (1970)
(TV Movie) - Cinematographer Cinematographer   See fewer
Self (2 titles)
The 36th Annual Academy Awards (1964)
(TV Special) - Himself - Winner Himself - Winner   See fewer
Hollywood and the Stars (1964)
(TV Series) - Himself - Director of Photography (1 episode, 1964) Himself - Director of Photography (1 episode, 1964)   See fewer
Anatomy of a Movie: The Cardinal (Feb 3, 1964) Season 1, Episode 19 - Himself - Director of Photography Himself - Director of Photography   See fewer
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Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies (1996)
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