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Günther Krampf (1899–1950)

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Leading German cinematographer, an exponent of expressionism. In films from 1920, he worked with Murnau, Wiene and other leading directors of the Weimar period. Moved to Britain in 1931.

Died:

(age 51) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Pandora's Box
Pandora's Box Cinematographer
(1929)
The Ghoul
The Ghoul Cinematographer
(1933)
The Hands of Orlac
The Hands of Orlac Cinematographer
(1924)
Rome Express
Rome Express Cinematographer
(1932)

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 1949 Tinker (Documentary)
 1947 Fame Is the Spur (director of photography - as Gunther Krampf)
 1945 Frenzy
 1944 Aventure malgache (Short) (uncredited)
 1944 Bon Voyage (Short) (uncredited)
 1943 Warn That Man
 1942 The Night Has Eyes (as Gunther Krampf)
 1942 Black Sheep of Whitehall (as Gunther Krampf, photography)
 1940 Three Cockeyed Sailors (as Gunther Krampf, photography)
 1940 Convoy (as Gunther Krampf, photography: interiors)
 1939 The Fugitive
 1939 False Rapture
 1939 The Outsider
 1938 Marigold
 1937 Gaiety Girls
 1936 Man of Affairs (as G. Krampf)
 1936 Everything Is Thunder (as G. Krampf)
 1935 Transatlantic Tunnel (as G. Krampf, photography)
 1934 Little Friend (as G. Krampf)
 1933 The Ghoul
 1933 Sleeping Car
 1932 Rome Express
 1931 Das Kind und die Welt (Documentary)
 1931 The Bells
 1931 The Outsider
 1930 Cyankali
 1930 Masken
 1929 Alraune
 1929 Narkose
 1929 Pandora's Box
 1928 Theatre
 1927 Sindflut
 1922 Nosferatu (uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

G. Krampf | Gunther Krampf
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Leading German cinematographer, an exponent of expressionism. In films from 1920, he worked with Murnau, Wiene and other leading directors of the Weimar period. Moved to Britain in 1931.

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