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Also Known As: Died: July 19, 2001
Born: July 30, 1917 Cause of Death: complications from Alzheimer's disease
Birth Place: St Louis, Missouri, USA Profession: producer, director of photography, photographer

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Began career as a photographer in Hollywood
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During WWII, served in the US Army Signal Corps as a cameraman; achieved rank of captain
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Served as director of photography on two John Huston-directed documentaries, "Report From the Aleutians" (1943) and "The Battle of San Pietro" (1945)
1946:
Debut as associate producer, "The Killers", directed by Robert Siodmak
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Was one of the founders of the Committee for the First Amendment, which attempted to protest the hunt for Communists in Hollywood
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Moved to Europe
1957:
Settled in London; met Peter O'Toole
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Launched Keep Films; except for "Lawrence of Arabia", produced or co-produced every film in which O'Toole starred from 1959 to 1975
1980:
Returned to USA to live
1996:
After wife's death, moved back to Paris
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wife:
Joyce Buck. Interior designer. Died in 1996.

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brother:
Gene Buck. Survived him.
daughter:
Joan Juliet Buck. Magazine editor. Edited the French edition of <i>Vogue</i>.

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