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William A. Fraker (1923–2010)

William A. Fraker was born on September 29, 1923 in Los Angeles, California, USA as William Ashman Fraker. He is known for his work on Rosemary's Baby (1968), Tombstone (1993) and WarGames (1983). He was married to Denise. He died on May 31, 2010 in Los Angeles. See full bio »

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 2001 Town & Country (director of photography)
 2000 Rules of Engagement (director of photography)
 1995 Father of the Bride Part II (director of photography)
 1994 There Goes My Baby (director of photography)
 1993 Tombstone (director of photography)
 1992 Memoirs of an Invisible Man (director of photography)
 1990 The Freshman (director of photography)
 1989 An Innocent Man (director of photography)
 1989 Chances Are (director of photography)
 1987 Baby Boom (director of photography)
 1987 Burglar (director of photography)
 1986 SpaceCamp (director of photography)
 1985 Fever Pitch
 1984 Protocol (director of photography)
 1984 Irreconcilable Differences (director of photography)
 1983 WarGames (director of photography)
 1982 The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (director of photography)
 1980 Divine Madness (Documentary)
 1980 The Hollywood Knights (director of photography)
 1979 1941 (director of photography)
 1979 Old Boyfriends (director of photography)
 1978 Heaven Can Wait (director of photography)
 1978 American Hot Wax (director of photography)
 1977 Looking for Mr. Goodbar (director of photography)
 1976 Gator (director of photography)
 1975 Coonskin
 1975 Aloha, Bobby and Rose (director of photography)
 1975 Rancho Deluxe (director of photography)
 1969 Paint Your Wagon (director of photography)
 1968 Bullitt (director of photography)
 1968 Rosemary's Baby (director of photography - as William Fraker)
 1967 The President's Analyst (director of photography)
 1967 The Fox (as William Fraker)
 1967 Games (director of photography)
 1966 Incubus (uncredited)
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