Ernest Laszlo

Ernest Laszlo

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Director of Photography - USA
Born April 23, 1898 in Budapest
Died January 6, 1984 in Hollywood, California, USA

Mini-Biography:
Ernest Laszlo was born on April 23, 1898 in Budapest. He was an American Director of Photography, known for Airport (1969), Luv (1967), While the city sleeps (1956), Ernest Laszlo's first movie on record is from 1944. Ernest Laszlo died on January 6, 1984 in Hollywood, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1976.

FilmographyFilmography [Auszug]
1976: The Domino principle (Director of Photography), Directed by Stanley Kramer, with Richard Widmark, Candice Bergen, Ted Gehring,
1973: Showdown (Once Upon a River (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by George Seaton, with Rock Hudson, Dean Martin, Susan Clark,
1969: Airport (Director of Photography), Directed by George Seaton, Henry Hathaway, with Paul Picerni, Helen Hayes, Van Heflin,
1969: Daddy's gone A-Hunting (Director of Photography), Directed by Mark Robson, with Scott Hylands, Mala Powers, ,
1968: The first time (Director of Photography), with , Jacqueline Bisset, Cosette Lee,
1968: Star! (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Wise, with Julie Andrews, Richard Crenna, Michael Craig,
1967: Luv (Director of Photography), Directed by Clive Donner, with Eddie Mayehoff, Harrison Ford, Jack Lemmon,
1966: Fantastic Voyage (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Fleischer, with , Jean Del Val, Arthur Kennedy,
1965: Ship of Fools (Director of Photography), Directed by Stanley Kramer, with Vivien Leigh, Simone Signoret, JosÚ Ferrer,
1965: Baby, the rain must fall (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Mulligan, with Ruth White, Glen Campbell, Zamah Cunningham,
1964: Travelling Lady (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Mulligan, with Steve McQueen, Don Murray, Lee Remick,
1963: It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World (Director of Photography), Directed by Stanley Kramer, with Barrie Chase, Milton Berle, Sid Caesar,
1961: Judgement at Nuremberg (Director of Photography), Directed by Stanley Kramer, with Oscar Beregi jr., Joseph Bernard, Edward Binns,
1961: The last sunset (The day of the Gun (Working title)) (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Aldrich, with Rock Hudson, Joseph Cotten, Kirk Douglas,
1960: Inherit the Wind (Director of Photography), Directed by Stanley Kramer, with Fredric March, Donna Anderson, Jimmy Boyd,
1959: Ten Seconds to Hell (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Aldrich, with , Martine Carol, Jeff Chandler,
1957: Omar Khayyam (Director of Photography), Directed by Wilhelm Dieterle, with Margaret Hayes, Raymond Massey, Debra Paget,
1957: Gunsight ridge (Director of Photography), Directed by Francis D. Lyon, with , Mark Stevens, ,
1956: While the city sleeps (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Vladimir Sokolov, Rhonda Fleming, Ida Lupino,
1955: The Big Knife (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Aldrich, with Jack Palance, Ida Lupino, Wendell Corey,
1955: Kiss me deadly (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Aldrich, with , Marian Carr, Albert Dekker,
1955: The Kentuckian (Il kentuckiano) (Director of Photography), Directed by Burt Lancaster, with Burt Lancaster, Dianne Foster, Diana Lynn,
1954: Vera Cruz (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Aldrich, with Gary Cooper, Burt Lancaster, Denise Darcel,
1954: Apache (Director of Photography), Directed by Robert Aldrich, with Walter Sande, Monte Blue, Charles Bronson,
1953: The naked jungle (Director of Photography), Directed by Byron Haskin, with , William Conrad, John Dierkes,
1953: Stalag 17 (Director of Photography), Directed by Billy Wilder, with William Holden, Don Taylor, Otto Preminger,
1952: The Steel Trap (Director of Photography), with Teresa Wright,
1952: The Star (Director of Photography), Directed by Stuart Heisler, with Bette Davis, Sterling Hayden,
1951: M (Director of Photography), Directed by Joseph Losey, with David Wayne, Raymond Burr, Howard Da Silva,
1950: Dead on Arrival (D.O.A.) (Director of Photography), Directed by Rudolph MatÚ, with Edmond O'Brien, Lynn Baggett, Pamela Britton,
1948: Let's live a little (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Wallace, with Hedy Lamarr, Robert Cummings, Mary Treen,
1948: The girl from Manhattan (Director of Photography), with Dorothy Lamour,
1944: Two Years before the Mast (Director of Photography),
1944: The Hitler Gang (Director of Photography), Directed by John Farrow, with Bobby Watson, Roman Bohnen, Martin Kosleck,

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