Upcoming Prequels, Sequels, and Spin-offs

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Known For

Northwest Trail Additional Crew
(1945)
God's Country Additional Crew
(1946)
Song of Old Wyoming Additional Crew
(1945)
The Glorious Adventure Cinematographer
(1922)

Filmography

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 1959 Counterplot (still photographer)
 1946 Wild West (color director - uncredited)
 1946 Death Valley (color director - as William Crespinel)
 1946 Romance of the West (cinecolor supervisor - as W.T. Crespinel)
 1946 God's Country (cinecolor supervisor - as William Crespinel)
 1945 Northwest Trail (color director)
 1945 Song of Old Wyoming (cinecolor supervisor - as W.T. Crespinel)
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 1945 The Enchanted Forest (color supervisor - as W.T. Crespinel)
 1945 Wildfire (color director - as W.T. Grespinel)
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 1944 Wells Fargo Days (Short) (producer - as W.T. Crespinel)
 1939 The Man from Tascosa (Short) (producer - as W. T. Crespinel)
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Personal Details

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Alternate Names:

W. T. Crespinel | W.T. Crespinel | William Crespinel | W.T. Grespinel
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Trivia:

Owner of Cinecolor, a company that developed a process for motion-picture color film that was popular with lower-budget producers and studios, as it was significantly cheaper than Technicolor and Deluxe. See more »

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Star Sign:

Cancer

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