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Lois Crisler (1896–1971)

Lois Crisler was born on August 9, 1896 in Spokane, Washington, USA. She was a cinematographer, known for White Wilderness (1958), The Olympic Elk (1952) and The Best of Walt Disney's True-Life Adventures (1975). She was married to Herb Crisler. She died on June 3, 1971 in Seattle, Washington. See full bio »


(age 74) in Seattle, Washington, USA

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Known For

White Wilderness
White Wilderness Cinematographer
The Olympic Elk
The Olympic Elk Cinematographer
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color


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 1955-1961 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- The Crisler Story/Prowlers of the Everglades (1957) ... (photographed by)
- Behind the True-Life Cameras/Olympic Elk (1955) ... (segment "Olympic Elk", photography)
 1958 White Wilderness (Documentary) (photographed by)
 1952 The Olympic Elk (Documentary short) (photographed by)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Published Arctic Wild (1958) and Captive Wild (1968).

Alternate Names:

Lois E. Brown Crisler

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Wife of naturalist Herb Crisler (married December 1941) with whom she observed and filmed animals in the wild. Worked for Disney's True-Life Adventure documentary series in the 1950's, culminating in an 18-months stay within the Arctic Circle.

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