Charles Bryant Lang, Jr

Charles Bryant Lang, Jr

Bluff, San Juan County, Utah, USA
Death 3 Apr 1998 (aged 96)
Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial Cremated, Ashes scattered
Memorial ID 15339703 · View Source
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Motion Pictures Cinematographer. He and fellow cinematographer Leon Shamroy received more eighteen Academy Award nominations, than any other cameraman in Hollywood motion picture history, winning the Oscar in 1932 for his cinematography for "A Farewell to Arms". Born in Bluff, Utah, and entered the film industry in 1918, and rose in stature with the Paramount Motion Picture studio before becoming a well sought after freelancer. He was nominated for the Oscar for his work on the films “The Right to Love” (1930), “Arise, My Love” (1940), “Sundown” (1941), “So Proudly We Hail!” (1943), “The Uninvited” (1944), “Cross My Heart” (1946), “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir” (1947), “A Foreign Affair” (1948),”Sudden Fear” (1952), “Sabrina” (1954), “Queen Bee” (1955), “Separate Tables” (1958), “Some Like It Hot” (1959), “The Facts of Life” (1960), “One-Eyed Jacks” (1961), “How the West Was Won” (1962), “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice” (1969) and “Butterflies Are Free” (1972). He was the grandfather of television soap opera actress Katherine Kelly Lang.

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