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Wolfgang Suschitzky (1912–2016)

Wolfgang Suschitzky was born on August 29, 1912 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. He is known for his work on Get Carter (1971), Theater of Blood (1973) and Ulysses (1967). He was married to Beatrice Cunningham, Ilona Suschitzky and Helena "Puck" Voute. He died on October 7, 2016 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 104) in London, England, UK

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Get Carter
Get Carter Cinematographer
Theater of Blood
Theater of Blood Cinematographer
Ulysses Cinematographer
Ring of Bright Water
Ring of Bright Water Cinematographer


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 1985 Claudia
 1984 The Chain
 1983 Good and Bad at Games (TV Movie)
 1980-1981 Worzel Gummidge (TV Series) (22 episodes)
- Muvvers' Day (1981)
- The Golden Hind (1981)
- Worzel in Revolt (1981)
 1980 Staying On (TV Movie)
 1980 Falling in Love Again (director of photography - as Wolf Suschitzky)
 1977 The Queen's Garden (Documentary)
 1975 Oil Well (Documentary short)
 1974 Moments
 1973 Theater of Blood (director of photography)
 1973 A Better Mousetrap (Documentary short)
 1972 Living Free (director of photography - as Wolfgang Suschitsky)
 1971 Get Carter (director of photography)
 1971 Pesticides in Focus (Documentary short)
 1970 The Art of Claude Lorrain (Short)
 1969 Ring of Bright Water (lighting cameraman)
 1969 G.I.G.O. - Garbage In, Garbage Out (Documentary short)
 1968 Carbon (Documentary short)
 1968 The Vengeance of She (director of photography - as Wolf Suschitzky)
 1967 Ulysses
 1967 On Form (Short)
 1967 Something Nice to Eat (Documentary short)
 1967 The Tortoise and the Hare (Short)
 1966 The Specialist (Short)
 1966 The River Must Live (Documentary short)
 1965 Design for Today (Documentary short)
 1964 Emma (Short)
 1964 Trinidad & Tobago (Documentary short)
 1964 The Vital Link (Documentary short)
 1963 Snow (Documentary short) (as Wolf Suschitzky, photography)
 1961 Lunch Hour (director of photography)
 1961 Vidunderhunden bara (Short documentary)
 1961 Cradle of Genius (Documentary short)
 1961 Fair Oriana (Documentary short)
 1960 Carnival fantastique (Short)
 1960 Stone Into Steel (Documentary short)
 1959 The Invisible Man (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Bank Raid (1959) ... (as W. Suschitsky)
 1958 Birthright (Documentary short)
 1958 Steel Town (Documentary short) (as W. Suschitsky)
 1957-1958 The New Adventures of Charlie Chan (TV Series) (20 episodes)
- Without Fear (1958) ... (as W. Suschitzky)
- Voodoo Death (1958) ... (as W. Suschitzky)
- Three for One (1958) ... (as W. Suschitzky)
- Three Men on a Raft (1958) ... (as W. Suschitzky)
- The Point of No Return (1958) ... (as W. Suschitzky)
 1955 The Bespoke Overcoat (Short) (as W. Suschitzky, lighting cameraman)
 1954 People Like Maria (Documentary)
 1954 Mining Review 7th Year No. 6 (Documentary short)
 1953 Mining Review 6th Year No. 10 (Documentary short) (uncredited)
 1952 Mining Review 6th Year No. 1 (Documentary short)
 1951 Mining Review 4th Year No. 12 (Documentary short)
 1949 Mining Review 2nd Year No. 6 (Documentary short) (uncredited)
 1949 The Sardinian Project (Documentary short) (as W. Suschitzky)
 1948 Here's Health (Short)
 1947 Dover, Spring 1947 (Documentary short) (as W. Suschitzky)
 1947 Fair Rent (Short)
 1946 Birthday (Short) (photography)
 1946 Apples from Your Garden (Documentary short) (uncredited)
 1946 Chasing the Blues (Short)
 1946 The Bridge (Documentary short)
 1946 Triumph Over Deafness (Documentary short)
 1944 Children of the City (Short documentary)
 1944 New Builders (Documentary short)
 1944 Penicillin (Documentary short)
 1943 Debris Tunnelling (Documentary short)
 1943 Defeat Tuberculosis (Documentary short)
 1943 Hello! West Indies (Documentary short) (studio)
 1943 Power for the Highlands (Documentary short)
 1943 Subject for Discussion (Documentary short) (as W. Suschitzky)
 1943 World of Plenty (Documentary short)
 1942 Life Begins Again (Documentary short)
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Wanted to become a zoologist, but, finding work opportunities scarce, decided to study photography instead. Suschitzsky eventually graduated from the Höhere Graphische Bundes-Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt (School of Design and Graphic Arts) in Vienna. A lifelong passion for photographing animals led, in 1956, to his supplying the photographs for the book The Kingdom of the Beasts by Julian Huxley. See more »

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