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Also Known As: Died: February 5, 1997
Born: September 13, 1907 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Union City, New Jersey, USA Profession: director of photography

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Began working at Paramount; transferred to the camera department
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Began career as assistant cinematographer on "Street of Sin"
1929:
Joined special effects department at Warner Bros.
1932:
Worked on "White Zombie" with his uncle Arthur
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Worked on TV pilot for "The Invisible Man"
1936:
Worked at Columbia Studios visual effects department, where he executed process, miniature and insert photography
1942:
Joined Republic Studios as an operating cameraman in both special effects and production cinematography
1966:
Promoted to director of photography
1966:
Photographed 103 episodes of NBC series "The Virginian"
1972:
Became a member of ASC
1975:
Worked on the NBC 90-minute pilot and series of "The Invisible Man"
1980:
Underwent major surgery
1987:
Retired in April
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Education

California Institute of Technology: Pasadena , California -

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wife:
Valerie Martinelli. Survived him.

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uncle:
Aurthur Martinelli. Cinematographer. Enzo's guardian.
brother:
Tony Martinelli. Died in 1996.
son:
Vincent Martinelli. Cinematographer. Member of ASC; survived him.

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