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Daniel L. Fapp

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Also Known As: Daniel Fapp, Dan Fapp Died: July 19, 1986
Born: April 21, 1904 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Kansas City, Kansas, USA Profession: director of photography, lab assistant

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Michael Flanders worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. In 1963, he had his first film role in "Doctor in Distress". In 1967, he wrote for the TV series "Before the Fringe". Flanders began his career with a role in "The Raging Moon" (1970) with Malcolm McDowell. Flanders was also credited in "The Princess Bride" with Cary Elwes (1987). Flanders was most recently credited in "Flanders and Swann" (PBS, 1997-98). Flanders passed away in April 1975 at the age of 53.

Michael Flanders worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. In 1963, he had his first film role in "Doctor in Distress". In 1967, he wrote for the TV series "Before the Fringe". Flanders began his career with a role in "The Raging Moon" (1970) with Malcolm McDowell. Flanders was also credited in "The Princess Bride" with Cary Elwes (1987). Flanders was most recently credited in "Flanders and Swann" (PBS, 1997-98). Flanders passed away in April 1975 at the age of 53.

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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

Entering films as a lab assistant for Paramount, Fapp's first picture as a photographer was "World Premiere" in 1941. His lighting was used to its best advantage in the film "To Each His Own," in which leading lady Olivia de Havilland aged thirty years. In 1959, Fapp left Paramount to freelance with independent producers.

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