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Robert Capa (I) (1913–1954)

Robert Capa was born on October 22, 1913 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary as Endre Friedman. He is known for his work on Temptation (1946), The 400 Million (1939) and From D-Day to Germany (1944). He died on May 25, 1954 in Thai Binh, Vietnam. See full bio »


(age 40) in Thai Binh, Vietnam

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Temptation Hamza
The 400 Million Cinematographer


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 1953 Beat the Devil (still photographer - uncredited)
 1946 Notorious (still photographer - uncredited)
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 1946 Temptation
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 1939 The 400 Million (Documentary)
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 1939 The 400 Million (Documentary) (assistant: China)
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 1944 From D-Day to Germany (Documentary)
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 2015 Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words (Documentary)
Self (uncredited)
 2004 Robert Capa: The Man Who Believed His Own Legend (TV Movie documentary)

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Photographer and news film cinematographer, best known for front-line war pictures.

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3 Biographical Movies | 6 Print Biographies | 1 Portrayal | 4 Articles | 1 Pictorial | See more »

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Personal Quote:

If your pictures aren't good enough, you're not close enough.


Took part in the D-Day landing - "armed" only with camera he was the only photographer in the first wave hitting the Omaha beach. See more »

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