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Also Known As: Died: May 10, 1974
Born: August 2, 1894 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: San Francisco, California, USA Profession: director of photography, director, newsreel company manager

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Innovative cinematographer best known for the sophisticated crane shots in "Broadway" (1929) and as one of the first cameramen to regularly and fluently use dolly and boom shots. Mohr demonstrated his technical proficiency on a number of highly regarded films (including the Oscar-winning "A Midsummer Night's Dream" 1935 and "The Phantom of the Opera" 1940), but from the mid-1950s did the bulk of his work in TV. His third wife was actress Evelyn Venable.

Innovative cinematographer best known for the sophisticated crane shots in "Broadway" (1929) and as one of the first cameramen to regularly and fluently use dolly and boom shots. Mohr demonstrated his technical proficiency on a number of highly regarded films (including the Oscar-winning "A Midsummer Night's Dream" 1935 and "The Phantom of the Opera" 1940), but from the mid-1950s did the bulk of his work in TV. His third wife was actress Evelyn Venable.

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DIRECTOR:

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  When Love Is Young (1937) Director
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wife:
Evelyn Venable. Professor, actor. Third wife; eloped c. 1934; retired to raise Mohr's children; survived him.

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daughter:
Delores Mohr. Tour guide. Born on November 26, 1935.
daughter:
Rosalia Mohr. Born on March 26, 1937; named after Mohr's mother.

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