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Also Known As: Died: January 15, 1958
Born: December 17, 1885 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Minchinhampton, England, GB Profession: actor

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Distinguished cinematographer of Hungarian parentage who began his career in Germany in the 1920s. Mate shot several films for Carl Theodor Dreyer, notably the dream-like masterpiece "Vampyr" (1932), before moving to Hollywood in 1934. His expressionist sensibility redeemed several lesser films, like Tay Garnett's "Professional Soldier" (1935), as well as making significant contributions to classics such as Charles Vidor's "Gilda" (1946). Mate turned to directing in 1947, with results ranging from the highly competent to the forgettable; his most famous directorial effort is the riveting 1949 noir standard "D.O.A."

Distinguished cinematographer of Hungarian parentage who began his career in Germany in the 1920s. Mate shot several films for Carl Theodor Dreyer, notably the dream-like masterpiece "Vampyr" (1932), before moving to Hollywood in 1934. His expressionist sensibility redeemed several lesser films, like Tay Garnett's "Professional Soldier" (1935), as well as making significant contributions to classics such as Charles Vidor's "Gilda" (1946). Mate turned to directing in 1947, with results ranging from the highly competent to the forgettable; his most famous directorial effort is the riveting 1949 noir standard "D.O.A."

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Cash on Delivery (1956) Doctor
2.
 The Golden Mask (1954)
3.
 The Secret of St. Ives (1949) Daniel Romaine
4.
 Adventures of Don Juan (1949) Lord Chalmers
5.
 Everybody Does It (1949) Mr. Rudolf Hertz
6.
 That Forsyte Woman (1949) James Forsyte
7.
 The Secret Garden (1949) Dr. Griddlestone
8.
 Joan of Arc (1948) Jean de la Fontaine
9.
 Julia Misbehaves (1948) Vicar
10.
 For the Love of Rusty (1947) Dr. Francis Xavier Fay
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