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Milton R. Krasner, A.S.C.
Born February 17, 1901
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died July 16, 1988
Woodland Hills, California
Occupation Cinematographer

Milton R. Krasner, A.S.C. (February 17, 1901 – July 17, 1988) was a film cinematographer. He won an Academy Award for Three Coins in the Fountain (1954).[1]

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Career

Working in films since the 1930s, director of photography Krasner is remembered for his work in the 1950s at 20th Century-Fox, where he photographed many of the studio's Technicolor films including Demetrius and the Gladiators (1954), Désirée (1954), The Rains of Ranchipur (1955), among others. His last film was Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970).

Some of his memorable films include A Double Life, The Set-Up, All About Eve and The Seven Year Itch.

Filmography

  • I Love That Man (1933)[2]
  • Sitting Pretty (1933)
  • Golden Harvest (1933)
  • Strictly Personal (1933)
  • Paris Interlude (1934)
  • Death on the Diamond (1934)
  • Here Comes the Groom (1934)
  • Private Scandal (1934)
  • The Great Flirtation (1934)
  • She Made Her Bed (1934)
  • Murder in the Fleet (1935)
  • The Great Impersonation (1935)
  • Great God Gold (1935)
  • Women Must Dress (1935)
  • Cheers of the Crowd (1935)
  • Hold 'em, Yale (1935)
  • Honeymoon Limited (1935)
  • The Virginia Judge (1935)
  • Forbidden Heaven (1935)
  • Laughing Irish Eyes (1936)
  • Mister Cinderella (1936)
  • Crash Donovan (1936)
  • Mysterious Crossing (1936)
  • Yellowstone (1936)
  • Arbor Day (1936)
  • The Girl on the Front Page (1936)
  • Love Letters of a Star (1936)
  • She's Dangerous (1937)
  • Midnight Intruder (1937)
  • There Goes the Groom (1937)
  • A Girl With Ideas (1937)
  • Love in a Bungalow (1937)
  • Prescription for Romance (1937)
  • We Have Our Moments (1937)
  • The Lady Fights Back (1937)
  • Oh, Doctor! (1937)
  • The Missing Guest (1938)
  • The Crime of Dr. Hallet (1938)
  • Newsboys' Home (1938)
  • The Jury's Secret (1938)
  • Nurse From Brooklyn (1938)
  • The Storm (1938)
  • The Devil's Party (1938)
  • Missing Evidence (1939)
  • The House of Fear (1939)
  • You Can't Cheat an Honest Man (1939)
  • I Stole a Million (1939)
  • The Family Next Door (1939)
  • Little Accident (1939)
  • Diamond Frontier (1940)
  • The Bank Dick (1940)
  • Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar (1940)
  • Sandy is a Lady (1940)
  • Ski Patrol (1940)
  • Oh, Johnny, How You Can Love! (1940)
  • The House of the Seven Gables (1940)
  • Man From Montreal (1940)
  • Trail of the Vigilantes (1940)
  • The Invisible Man Returns (1940)
  • Hired Wife (1940)
  • Zanzibar (1940)
  • Private Affairs (1940)
  • Paris Calling (1941)
  • Buck Privates (1941)
  • This Woman is Mine (1941)
  • Bachelor Daddy (1941)
  • Too Many Blondes (1941)
  • The Lady From Cheyenne (1941)
  • Swing Frolic (1942)
  • The Spoilers (1942)
  • A Gentleman After Dark (1942)
  • Pardon My Sarong (1942)
  • Men of Texas (1942)
  • The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)
  • Arabian Nights (1942)
  • Gung Ho! (1943)
  • We've Never Been Licked (1943)
  • The Mad Ghoul (1943)
  • Two Tickets to London (1943)
  • So's Your Uncle (1943)

Awards

Wins

Nominations

  • Academy Awards: Oscar, Best Color Cinematography, for Arabian Nights; shared with: William V. Skall and W. Howard Greene; 1943.

Double penetration (1984)

References

  1. ^ Milton R. Krasner at the Internet Movie Database.
  2. ^ Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to World Film, since 1885. 2008. Index home page.

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