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Worked uncredited as assistant to photographer William H. Daniels on The Naked City (1948). He and Daniels shot most of the street scenes on location in New York without the public's knowledge using a hidden camera from the back of an old moving van. A juggler was hired to distract the crowds. (Source: Book "The Mark Hellinger Story" by Jim Bishop...

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Known For

The Madmen of Mandoras
The Madmen of Mandoras Camera and Electrical Department
(1963)
The Man on the Flying Trapeze
(1944)
The Naked City
The Naked City Camera and Electrical Department
(1948)
Sabre Jet
Sabre Jet Editorial Department
(1953)

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 1963 The Madmen of Mandoras (assistant camera)
 1948 The Naked City (assistant camera - uncredited)
 1934 The Affairs of Cellini (camera operator - uncredited)
 1930 Holiday (assistant camera - uncredited)
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 1953 Sabre Jet (color technician)
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Trivia:

Worked uncredited as assistant to photographer William H. Daniels on The Naked City (1948). He and Daniels shot most of the street scenes on location in New York without the public's knowledge using a hidden camera from the back of an old moving van. A juggler was hired to distract the crowds. (Source: Book "The Mark Hellinger Story" by Jim Bishop).

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