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|Also Known As:||Died:||April 3, 1998|
|Born:||March 27, 1902||Cause of Death:||pneumonia|
|Birth Place:||Bluff, Utah, USA||Profession:||Cinematography ...|
During the course of his career Lang was nominated for the Best Cinematography Oscar 18 times, the first for "The Right to Love" (1930/31) and the last for "Butterflies Are Free" (1972).
Over the course of his career Lang was variously credited as "Charles Lang", "Charles B. Lang", "Charles Lang, Jr." and "Charles B. Lang, Jr." He is not to be confused with character actor Charles Lang (born 1915), busiest in the 1940s; writer Charles Lang, who scripted "Captain Scarface" (1953) and several TV series of the 1950s; the Charles Lang who worked as an electrician on "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country" (1991) or even sound engineeer Charles B. Lang, long with Warner Brothers.
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