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Also Known As: Raymond Rennahan Died: May 30, 1980
Born: May 1, 1896 Cause of Death: heart failure
Birth Place: Las Vegas, New Mexico, USA Profession: director of photography

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Pioneer of color photography who began his career as a cameraman in 1917. Rennahan produced striking color images for films such as "The Mystery of the Wax Museum" (1933) and "Wings of the Morning" (1937)--the first British Technicolor film, co-shot with Jack Cardiff. He switched to working in TV in the late 1950s.

Pioneer of color photography who began his career as a cameraman in 1917. Rennahan produced striking color images for films such as "The Mystery of the Wax Museum" (1933) and "Wings of the Morning" (1937)--the first British Technicolor film, co-shot with Jack Cardiff. He switched to working in TV in the late 1950s.

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wife:
Lilian Hunt. Married on May 11, 1916.

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father:
John Rennahan.
mother:
Mary Rennahan.
daughter:
Rae Moore.

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