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Ernest Laszlo

Ernest Laszlo



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Also Known As: Died: January 6, 1984
Born: April 23, 1898 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Budapest, HU Profession: Cinematography ...


Cast (feature film)

Cinematography (feature film)

Domino Principle, The (1977)
Tucker is serving a prison sentence for murder. He was in Vietnam and became an excellent marksman. A secret agency helps him to escape so that he can murder a person in a latin-American country. But Tucker only wants to escape, not to kill somebody...
Logan's Run (1975)
A future police officer uncovers the deadly secret behind a society that worships youth.
That's Entertainment! (1974)
An all-star cast, including Fred Astaire and Frank Sinatra, introduces clips from MGM''''s greatest musicals.
Showdown (1973)
In the Old West, Billy and Chuck were best friends until Chuck married the woman they both loved. The two of them drifted apart and eventually, Chuck became a sheriff and Billy a robber. Now Chuck has to hunt down his old friend, and as the chase goes along, they each reminisce about their past toge
Airport (1970) as Director of Photography
A mad bomber plots to blow up a jet on a snowy night.
Daddy's Gone A-Hunting (1969) as Director of Photography
The First Time (1969) as Director of Photography
Three inexperienced teenage boys hope to visit a Canadian bordello.
Star! (1968) as Director of Photography
Gertrude Lawrence rises to stage stardom at the cost of happiness.
Luv (1967) as Director of Photography
A cheating husband tries to match his angry wife with a childhood friend.
The Big Mouth (1967) as Addl photog
A meek bank auditor stands in for a look-alike gangster to uncover a stolen treasure.
Fantastic Voyage (1966) as Director of Photography
A team of scientists shrinks to remove a blood clot from the brain of a defecting scientist.
Baby the Rain Must Fall (1965) as Director of Photography
A parolee tries to launch a musical career and keep out of trouble.
Ship of Fools (1965) as Director of Photography
Passengers on a steam ship in the '30s struggle with their tangled relations and the rise of Nazism.
One Man's Way (1964) as Director of Photography
The Reverend Norman Vincent Peale fights to bring his message to the nation.
4 for Texas (1963) as Director of Photography
Double-crossing outlaws go straight and become rival saloon owners.
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) as Director of Photography
A group of greedy clowns tears up the countryside in search of buried treasure.
The Last Sunset (1961) as Director of Photography
A sheriff finds the outlaw he''''s hunting leading a cattle drive and decides to help him before arresting him.
Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) as Director of Photography
An aging American judge presides over the trial of Nazi war criminals.
Tormented (1960) as Director of Photography
A composer is haunted by the ghost of the former lover he let die.
Inherit the Wind (1960) as Photography
In the twenties, a schoolteacher creates a national furor when he breaks the law against teaching evolution.
Ten Seconds to Hell (1959) as Director of Photography
Six German veterans take on the task of disposing of unexploded bombs.
Attack of the Puppet People (1958) as Camera
A scientist shrinks humans so they can be his puppet friends.
The Space Children (1958) as Director of Photography
A glowing brain-like creature arrives on a beach near a rocket test site via a teleportation beam. The alien communicates telepathically with the children of scientists. The kids start doing the alien's bidding as the adults try to find out what's happening to their unruly offspring.
The Restless Years (1958) as Director of Photography
A high school boy defies local gossip when he falls for an unstable woman¿s illegitimate daughter.
Valerie (1957) as Director of Photography
A rancher has to prove that he didn''''t kill his wife''''s parents.
Omar Khayyam (1957) as Director of Photography
Omar Khayyam was one of the greatest Persian poets. He was also a brilliant mathematician. Though his quatrains were written in the 11th century, they are still popular the world over. The details of his life are unknown, so this movie invents a biography for him and includes in it his real achievements - the invention of a new calendar and the penning of those epigrammatic poems. This film has him romancing a sultan's bride and foiling the assassin sect's plot to kill the sultan's son.
Gunsight Ridge (1957) as Cinematographer
A sheriff tries to find the man who killed his predecessor.
While the City Sleeps (1956) as Director of Photography
Reporters compete to catch a serial killer.
Bandido (1956) as Photography
An American adventurer in Mexico joins a rebel band against a corrupt gun runner.
Kiss Me Deadly (1955) as Photography
Detective Mike Hammer fights to solve the murder of a beautiful hitchhiker with a mysterious connection to the Mob.
The Big Knife (1955) as Photography
An unscrupulous movie producer blackmails an unhappy star into signing a new contract.
The Kentuckian (1955) as Photography
A backwoodsman and his son fight to build a new home in Texas.
Apache (1954) as Photography
Refusing to accept peace, a renegade leads a one-man war against the U.S. Cavalry.
The Naked Jungle (1954) as Director of Photography
A mail-order bride faces the perils of life in the Amazon jungle, including a horde of soldier ants.
About Mrs. Leslie (1954) as Director of Photography
An aging woman recalls the affair that consumed her life.
Vera Cruz (1954) as Photography
During the Mexican Revolution, rival mercenaries team to steal a fortune in gold.
Houdini (1953) as Director of Photography
The famed magician and escape artist rises to stardom while haunted by the loss of his mother.
Scared Stiff (1953) as Director of Photography
A singer and his sidekick help an heiress who''''s inherited a haunted mansion.
Stalag 17 (1953) as Director of Photography
A cynical serviceman in a World War II POW camp has to prove he''''s not an informer.
The Moon Is Blue (1953) as Director of Photography
Two womanizers fall for a woman determined to keep her virginity.
Mutiny (1952) as Director of Photography
Early in the War of 1812, Captain James Marshall is commissioned to run the British blockade and fetch an unofficial war loan from France. As first mate, Marshall recruits Ben Waldridge, a cashiered former British Navy captain. Waldridge brings his former gun crew...who begin plotting mutiny as soon as they learn there'll be gold aboard. The gold duly arrives, and with it Waldridge's former sweetheart Leslie, who's fond of a bit of gold herself. Which side is Waldridge really on?
The Steel Trap (1952) as Director of Photography
A bank employee steals cash from the bank on Friday and, at the bidding of his wife, must return the money before it is discovered missing on Monday morning.
The Star (1952) as Director of Photography
A faded film star fights to hold on to her past glamour despite failing finances.
The First Time (1952) as Director of Photography
Expectant parents Joe and Betsy Bennett anxiously await the arrival of their new baby. Then after the baby arrives, they discover the unpleasant side of parenting: sleepless nights, extra bills and no more free time.
Lady in the Iron Mask (1952) as Director of Photography
3 for Bedroom C (1952) as Director of Photography
The Well (1951) as Director of Photography
In a racially mixed American town, a 5-year-old black girl falls unnoticed into a hidden, forgotten well on her way to school. Having nothing better to go on, the police follow up a report that the child was seen with a white stranger, and rumors run wild. Before hapless, innocent Claude Packard is even found, popular hysteria has him tried and convicted. But Packard's troubles pale by comparison as ever more inflated rumors uncap the well of racial tensions and mob violence. And young Carolyn Crawford, forgotten by most, is still missing...
M (1951) as Director of Photography
When the police hunt for a child killer cramps their style, the criminal underworld tries to track him down.
When I Grow Up (1951) as Director of Photography
Riding High (1950) as Photography
An heiress and her sister''''s fiancee defy her family to race horses.
The Jackie Robinson Story (1950) as Director of Photography
Jackie Robinson plays himself in this true story of the man who broke Major League Baseball's color barrier.
D.O.A. (1950) as Director of Photography
The victim of a slow-acting poison tracks down his own killer.
The Lucky Stiff (1949) as Director of Photography
Semi-successful lawyer John Malone is intrigued by local night club singer Anna Marie St. Clair. After meeting her at the club, he is present when her boss (and more?) is killed, and she is arrested for the crime. Sentenced to death, Malone and his faithful secretary set out to find the real murderer, who is probably also responsible for a protection racket Malone is investigating.
Cover Up (1949) as Director of Photography
An insurance investigator smells something wrong when he looks into a small-town suicide.
Impact (1949) as Director of Photography
After surviving a murder attempt, an auto magnate goes into hiding so his wife can pay for the crime.
Manhandled (1949) as Director of Photography
A phony psychiatrist''''s secretary gets caught up in a murder case.
The Big Wheel (1949) as Director of Photography
A mechanic alienates everyone who loves him when he becomes a champion race car driver.
On Our Merry Way (1948) as Cine [Dorothy Lamour--Victor Moore episode]
Oliver Pease gets a dose of courage from his wife Martha and tricks the editor of the paper (where he writes lost pet notices) into assigning him the day's roving question. Martha suggests, "Has a little child ever changed your life?" Oliver gets answers from two slow-talking musicians, an actress whose roles usually feature a sarong, and an itinerant cardsharp. In each case the "little child" is hardly innocent: in the first, a local auto mechanic's "baby" turns out to be fully developed as a woman and a musician; in the second, a spoiled child star learns kindness; in the third, the family of a lost brat doesn't want him returned. And Oliver, what becomes of him?
Lulu Belle (1948) as Director of Photography
Let's Live a Little (1948) as Director of Photography
A harried, overworked advertising executive is being pursued romantically by one of his clients, a successful perfume magnate ... and his former fiancée. The latest client of the agency is a psychiatrist and author of a new book. When the executive goes over to discuss the ad campaign, the psychiatrist turns out to be a woman. But what does he really need? Romance? Or analysis?
The Girl from Manhattan (1948) as Cinematographer
Dear Ruth (1947) as Director of Photography
A soldier shows up at the doorstep of his romantic pen pal who has no recollection of ever writing him.
Road to Rio (1947) as Director of Photography
Another in the excellent Hope and Crosby 'Road To' series. Scat Sweeney, and Hot Lips Barton, two out of work musicians, stow away on board a Rio bound ship, after accidentally setting fire to the big top of a circus. They then get mixed up with a potential suicide Lucia, who first thanks them, then unexpectedly turns them over to the ship's captain. When they find out that she has been hypnotised, to go through a marriage of convenience, when the ship reaches Rio, the boys turn up at the ceremony, in order to stop the wedding, and to help catch the crooks.
Two Years Before the Mast (1946) as Director of Photography
Charles Stewart, the "Pilgrim" owner's playboy son, finds himself shanghaied on his father's ship commanded by cruel Captain Thompson. When scurvy breaks out he leads a mutiny and is slapped in irons. Floggings and torture abound.
The Hitler Gang (1944) as Director of Photography
This movie shows us the rise of Adolf Hitler from a small radical political adventurer to the dictator of Germany in the way of a gangster film. Exept for some minor inaccuracies the historical facts are given in a correct way.
China (1943) as 2nd Camera
Shortly before Pearl Harbor, American opportunist Jones and partner Johnny are in China to sell oil to the invading Japanese army. Cynical about the sufferings of the Chinese, Jones meets compassionate teacher Carolyn Grant while travelling cross-country to Shanghai. Sparks fly between these strong-willed characters, neither budging an inch. But when Jones witnesses a Japanese atrocity, his feelings toward his customers (and Carolyn) begin to change...
Hold Back the Dawn (1941) as 2nd Camera
A gigolo flees Nazi occupation and sets his sights on a shy schoolteacher who happens to be a US citizen.
I Wanted Wings (1941) as 2nd Camera
Story follows the training and personal lives of three recruits in the Army Air Corps --- a wealthy playboy, a college jock and an auto mechanic. Love interest is supplied by a female photographer and a sultry blonde.
Lost in the Stratosphere (1934) as 2nd Camera
Two military pilots are close friends, and share in a lot of hazardous missions while engaging in a series of good-natured romantic rivalries. But when one of the pilots loses a girl he really cared for, he cannot forgive his friend. Soon afterwards, they must work together on their most dangerous mission yet.
The Crime of the Century (1933) as 2nd Camera
Mama Loves Papa (1933) as Camera Operator
Sky Bride (1932) as Camera Operator
The Phantom President (1932) as Camera Operator
Too bad for presidential hopes of banker T.K. Blair; his party feels he has too little flair for savoir faire. But at a medicine show, the party bosses find Blair's double: huckster Doc Varney. Of course, they scheme to make Varney T.K.'s public spokesman; at first, he even fools Blair's girlfriend Felicia, providing a romantic complication. As election eve approaches, the conspirators face the problem of what to do with Varney...who has difficult decisions of his own to make.
The Miracle Man (1932) as Camera Operator
A gang of crooks evade the police by moving their operations to a small town. There the gang's leader, John Madison, encounters a faith healer and uses him to scam the gullible public of funds for a supposed chapel. But when a real healing takes place, a change comes over the gang.
Madame Butterfly (1932) as Camera Operator
Lieutenant B.F. Pinkerton is on shore-leave in Japan. He and his buddy Lieutenant Barton, out for a night on the town, stop in at a local establishment to check out the food, drink and girls, 'uh, and girls' to quote Lt. Barton. Pinkerton spies Cho-Cho San and immediately falls in lust. Barton counsels Pinkerton that he can 'marry' this beautiful Japanese girl, enjoy himself with cultural approval, then sail happily on back to America unshackled, since abandonment equates divorce in Japan. Barton assures Pinkerton that once abandoned, Cho-Cho will be free to marry whomever she chooses from amongst the Japanese people. When Pinkerton's ship sails out of port, Butterfly waits patiently for her husband to come home. Three years pass. Ever with her eye toward the harbor, Butterfly holds a secret delight that she eagerly wishes to surprise her husband with: their son. Pinkerton arrives in Japan with his American bride by his side. He goes to Butterfly to make his apologies and to finally end what Butterfly for three years has cherished in her heart.
Primrose Path (1931) as Photography
Ladies of the Big House (1931) as 2nd Camera
On their Wedding day, Kathleen and Standish McNeil are followed home by Kid Athens, (a wanted murderer), and Policeman Martin French (sent to get Kathleen as a witness). Athens shoots French and tosses a gun, engraved with "with love" next to French's body. This sets up Kathleen (once a moll for Athen's) and Standish as the murderers. Eager Assistant Attorney John Hartman, who works for Athens, manipulates the jury to a guilty verdict. Standish (Mac) is sent to death row and Kathleen to a violent Woman's Prison. She's befriended by Ivory and Maria, but is viciously treated by inmate, Susie Thompson, a former moll of Athens before Kathleen. Kathleen discovers that her appeal has been denied and decides to escape with pregnant inmate, Maria. Kathleen is allowed a visit with Mac (Standish) and tells him of her plan to escape and tell the world of their innocence. Maria is shot while trying to cut the fence. Kathleen's getaway boat is smashed and she's recaptured...
Huckleberry Finn (1931) as 2nd Camera
A year after their former exploits, Tom Sawyer's puppy love of Becky Thatcher keeps him home while Huck Finn, chafing under "civilizing" influences like school and shoes, plans to run away. His scapegrace, abusive father intervenes; Tom and black Jim help him escape; and (departing from the novel) all three raft down the Mississippi, where they're joined by two likable rogues and meet pretty orphans Ella and Mary Jane. The latter may change Huck's mind about girls...
The Secret Call (1931) as 2nd Camera
Rich Man's Folly (1931) as Camera Operator
Hell's Angels (1930) as Asst photog
Two buddies take on World War I flying aces and a seductive blonde.
Linda (1929) as Director of Photography
Circumstances force a young woman to marry a much older man, although she really loves a young doctor.
The White Outlaw (1929) as Photography
The Pace That Kills (1928) as Director of Photography
Young farmboy leaves for the big city to get a job and find his sister; both of them get involved with drug dealers and become opium/cocaine addicts.
Wings (1927) as Akely cam
In this silent film, romantic rivals fly against the enemy in World War I.

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