Ernest Haller

Ernest Haller

Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Death 21 Oct 1970 (aged 74)
Marina del Rey, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial Glendale, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Plot Freedom Mausoleum, Sanctuary of Security, C-23386
Memorial ID 18342 · View Source
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Motion Picture Cinematographer. He was a respected Hollywood cameraman for over 40 years, doing work in color and black and white. Haller shared an Academy Award for "Gone With the Wind" (1939), and received Oscar nominations for "Jezebel" (1938), "All This, and Heaven Too" (1940), "Mildred Pierce" (1945), "The Flame and the Arrow" (1950), "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" (1962), and "Lilies of the Field" (1963). Among his other credits are "Parisian Nights" (1925), "The Dawn Patrol" (1930), "The Emperor Jones" (1933), "Dark Victory" (1939), "The Roaring Twenties" (1939), "Mr. Skeffington" (1944), "Deception" (1946), "Rebel Without a Cause" (1955), and "Dead Ringer" (1964). Haller was born in Los Angeles, California, and entered films as an actor in 1914. He soon moved behind the camera, graduating to director of photography in 1920. Much of his best work was done at Warner Brothers, his home motion picture studio from 1935 to 1955. During the late 1960s Haller shot episodes of several television shows, including "Star Trek". He died in a car crash.

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