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Also Known As: Gerald Turpin Died:
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Birth Place: Profession: director of photography

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Noted British cinematographer who shot his first film in the 1964 and gain prominence for his work with directors Bryan Forbes ("Seance on a Wet Afternoon" 1964 and "The Whisperers" 1966) and Richard Attenborough (the colorful WWI satire, "Oh What a Lovely War" (1969) and the film biography, "Young Winston" (1972).

Noted British cinematographer who shot his first film in the 1964 and gain prominence for his work with directors Bryan Forbes ("Seance on a Wet Afternoon" 1964 and "The Whisperers" 1966) and Richard Attenborough (the colorful WWI satire, "Oh What a Lovely War" (1969) and the film biography, "Young Winston" (1972).

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1957:
First film as camera operator, "Naked Truth"
1960:
Worked as camera operator on "Peeping Tom"
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Served as cinematographer on episodes of "The Avengers"
1964:
First film as director of photography, "Seance on a Wet Afternoon"
1973:
Last film for over 10 years, "The Last of Sheila"
1985:
Made one-shot return to features as cinematographer for "The Doctor and the Devils"P
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