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May 23, 2014


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A fine, if brief, tribute to the late cinematographer.

John Alton was another fine camera artist who understood darkness.


Willis gave the underrated HARPER sequel, THE DROWNING POOL (1975), a memorably murky look. Not a great movie, but it sure looks great.

James Keepnews

Michael Chapman was one of his camera operators on End. He tells a great story about Terry Southern getting arrested after he was caught driving 5 mph, suitably disposed for such velocity.

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