Leon Shamroy

Director of Photography - USA
Born July 16, 1901 in New York, NY, US
Died July 7, 1974 in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Leon Shamroy was born on July 16, 1901 in New York, NY, US. He was an American Director of Photography, known for White Witch Doctor (1953), The Egyptian (1954), Caprice (1966), Leon Shamroy's first movie on record is from 1932. Leon Shamroy died on July 7, 1974 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1969.

Leon Shamroy Filmography [Auszug]
1969: [/ /1] Justine (Director of Photography), Directed by George Cukor, with Anouk Aimée, , Philippe Noiret,
1966: [/ /1] Caprice (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tashlin, with Doris Day, Fritz Feld, Richard Harris,
1965: [/ /1] The Glass Bottom Boat (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tashlin, with Rod Taylor, Doris Day, Arthur Godfrey,
1964: [/ /1] The Agony and the Ecstasy (Director of Photography), Directed by Carol Reed, with Harry Andrews, Diane Cilento, Rex Harrison,
1963: [06.12] Cleopatra (Director of Photography: Todd-AO), Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Rouben Mamoulian, with Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Rex Harrison,
1962: [02.19] Tender is the night (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Jennifer Jones, Jason Robards, Joan Fontaine,
1959: [11.17] Beloved Infidel (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Gregory Peck, Deborah Kerr, Eddie Albert,
1959: [/ /1] The blue Angel (Director of Photography), Directed by Edward Dmytryk, with Edit Angold, Theodore Bikel, May Britt,
1958: [] The Bravados (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Gregory Peck, Stephen Boyd, May Britt,
1956: [12.01] The girl can't help it (Director of Photography), Directed by Frank Tashlin, with Tom Ewell, Jayne Mansfield, Edmond O'Brien,
1954: [] The Egyptian (Director of Photography), Directed by Michael Curtiz, with Edmund Purdom, Michael Wilding, Gene Tierney,
1953: [/ /1] White Witch Doctor (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry Hathaway, with Susan Hayward, Robert Mitchum, Walter Slezak,
1953: [] The Robe (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry Koster, with Dawn Addams, , ,
1953: [] Tonight we sing (Director of Photography), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with David Wayne, Anne Bancroft, ,
1952: [09.18] The Snows of Kilimanjaro (Ernest Hemingway's The Snows of Kilimanjaro) (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Ava Gardner, Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward,
1951: [08.10] David and Bathsheba (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, James Robertson Justice,
1949: [12.21] Twelve o'clock high (12 o'clock high) (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with , Gary Merrill, Hugh Marlowe,
1947: [] That Lady in Ermine (Director of Photography), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, Otto Preminger, with Betty Grable, Douglas Fairbanks jr., Walter Abel,
1945: [] A Tree grows in Brooklyn (Director of Photography), Directed by Elia Kazan, with Robert J. Anderson, Lloyd Nolan, Ruth Nelson,
1943: [/ /1] Buffalo Bill (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with , William Hade, Frank Fenton,
1942: [] The Black Swan (Rafael Sabatini's The Black Swan) (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry King, with Tyrone Power, Maureen O'Hara, Laird Cregar,
1942: [/ /1] Ten gentlemen of West Point (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry Hathaway, with Douglass Dumbrille, Henry Davenport, Esther Dale,
1941: [/ /1] Roxie Hart (Director of Photography), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Phil Silvers, George Montgomery, Adolphe Menjou,
1939: [02.16] Made for Each Other (Director of Photography), Directed by John Cromwell, with , Carole Lombard, Alma Kruger,
1937: [/ /1] She asked for it (Director of Photography), Directed by Earl C. Kenton, with Harry Beresford, Alan Birmingham, Richard Carle,
1936: [01.30] You only live once (Du lebst nur einmal) (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Henry Fonda, Charles Chic Sale, Warren Hymer,
1935: [08.10] Accent on Youth (Director of Photography), Directed by Wesley Ruggles, with Sylvia Sidney, Herbert Marshall, Phillip Reed,
1934: [12.08] Behold my Wife (Director of Photography), Directed by Mitchell Leisen, with Sylvia Sidney, Gene Raymond, Laura Hope Crews,
1934: [] Thirty-Day Princess (Director of Photography), Directed by Marion Gering, with Sylvia Sidney, Cary Grant, Edward Arnold,
1934: [06.06] Are We Civilized? (Director of Photography), Directed by Edwin Carewe, with William Farnum, Anita Louise, Frank McGlynn,
1933: [06.09] Thirty Day Princess (Director of Photography), Directed by Marion Gering, with Sylvia Sidney, Donald Cook, Mary Astor,
1932: [11.20] A Strange Adventure (Director of Photography), Directed by Phil H. Whitman, Hampton Del Ruth, with Regis Toomey, June Clyde, Lucille La Verne,

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