Books of photographs:
"Naked City" (1945); "Weegee's People" (1946); "Naked Hollywood" (1953), featuring distorted photos; posthumous collections "Weegee's New York: Photographs 1935-1960" (1982) and "Weegee" (c.1986).
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I sort of circle around the scene not showing a lot of blood, I take corpses from an angle that makes 'em look comfortable. (from a 1968 interview in the New York Times)
His odd voice was mimicked by Peter Sellers in order to create the German mad scientist character of Dr. Strangelove in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964).