Wednesday, December 7

Cinematography (Color)

1953 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1953 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1953 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerThe Quiet ManWinton C. HochA retired American boxer returns to the village of his birth in Ireland, where he finds love.Amazon1953 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesHans Christian AndersenHarry Stradling Sr.AmazonIvanhoeFreddie YoungAmazonMillion Dollar MermaidGeorge J. FolseyAmazonThe Snows of KilimanjaroLeon ShamroyAmazon
1967 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1967 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1967 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerA Man for All SeasonsTed MooreThe story of Sir Thomas More, who stood up to King Henry VIII when the King rejected the Roman Catholic Church to obtain a divorce and remarry.Amazon1967 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesFantastic VoyageErnest LaszloAmazonHawaiiRussell HarlanAmazonThe ProfessionalsConrad L. HallAmazonThe Sand PebblesJoseph MacDonaldAmazon
1966 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1966 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1966 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerDoctor ZhivagoFreddie YoungThe life of a Russian physician and poet who, although married to another, falls in love with a political activist's wife and experiences hardship during World War I and then the October Revolution.Amazon1966 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesThe Agony and the EcstasyLeon ShamroyAmazonThe Great RaceRussell HarlanAmazonThe Greatest Story Ever ToldWilliam C. MellorAmazonThe Sound of MusicTed D. McCordAmazon
1965 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1965 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1965 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerMy Fair LadyHarry Stradling Sr.Snobbish phonetics Professor Henry Higgins (Sir Rex Harrison) agrees to a wager that he can make flower girl Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) presentable in high society.Amazon1965 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesBecketGeoffrey UnsworthAmazonCheyenne AutumnWilliam H. ClothierAmazonMary PoppinsEdward ColmanAmazonThe Unsinkable Molly BrownDaniel L. FappAmazon
1964 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1964 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1964 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerCleopatraLeon ShamroyQueen Cleopatra VII of Egypt experiences both triumph and tragedy as she attempts to resist the imperial ambitions of Rome.Amazon1964 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesHow the West Was WonWilliam H. DanielsAmazonIrma la DouceJoseph LaShelleAmazonIt's a Mad Mad Mad Mad WorldErnest LaszloAmazonThe CardinalLeon ShamroyAmazon
1963 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1963 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1963 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerLawrence of ArabiaFreddie YoungThe story of T.E. Lawrence, the English officer who successfully united and led the diverse, often warring, Arab tribes during World War I in order to fight the Turks.Amazon1963 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesGypsyHarry Stradling Sr.AmazonHatari!Russell HarlanAmazonMutiny on the BountyRobert SurteesAmazonThe Wonderful World of the Brothers GrimmPaul VogelAmazon
1962 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1962 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1962 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerWest Side StoryDaniel L. FappTwo youngsters from rival New York City gangs fall in love, but tensions between their respective friends build toward tragedy.Amazon1962 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesA Majority of OneHarry Stradling Sr.AmazonFannyJack CardiffAmazonFlower Drum SongRussell MettyAmazonOne-Eyed JacksCharles LangAmazon
1961 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1961 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1961 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerSpartacusRussell MettyThe slave Spartacus leads a violent revolt against the decadent Roman Republic.Amazon1961 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesBUtterfield 8Joseph RuttenbergAmazonExodusSam LeavittAmazonPepeJoseph MacDonaldAmazonThe AlamoWilliam H. ClothierAmazon
1960 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1960 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1960 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerBen-HurRobert SurteesWhen a Jewish prince is betrayed and sent into slavery by a Roman friend, he regains his freedom and comes back for revenge.Amazon1960 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesPorgy and BessLeon ShamroyAmazonThe Big FishermanLee GarmesAmazonThe Five PenniesDaniel L. FappAmazonThe Nun's StoryFranz PlanerAmazon
1959 Awards, Academy Awards, All Movie Awards, Cinematography (Color), Film Awards, Film Awards By Year

1959 Academy Awards – Cinematography (Color) Winner and Nominees

1959 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) WinnerGigiJoseph RuttenbergWeary of the conventions of Parisian society, a rich playboy and a youthful courtesan-in-training enjoy a platonic friendship, but it may not stay platonic for long.Amazon1959 Academy Awards - Cinematography (Color) NomineesAuntie MameHarry Stradling Sr.AmazonCat on a Hot Tin RoofWilliam H. DanielsAmazonSouth PacificLeon ShamroyAmazonThe Old Man and the SeaJames Wong HoweAmazon