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Also Known As: Gerald Fisher Died:
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Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: director of photography, camera operator, camera assistant, technician

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Made his debut as a cinematographer in 1967 with Joseph Losey's "Accident" and shot most of the director's subsequent films as well as as Sidney Lumet's "The Sea Gull" (1968), "The Offence" (1973) and "Running On Empty" (1988) and John Huston's "Wise Blood" (1979).

Made his debut as a cinematographer in 1967 with Joseph Losey's "Accident" and shot most of the director's subsequent films as well as as Sidney Lumet's "The Sea Gull" (1968), "The Offence" (1973) and "Running On Empty" (1988) and John Huston's "Wise Blood" (1979).

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Upon leaving school worked for Kodak as a draughtsman and at De Havilland Aircraft Company
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Served in Roayl Navy during WWII
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Became clapperboy and focus-puller with Alliance Riverside Studios
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Joined Wessex Films as an assistant on documentaries
1947:
First film as technician and camera assistant, "The Brass Monkey"
1955:
First film as camera operator, "The March Hare" (camera operator for one day only)
1957:
Rose from assistant cameraman at British Lion Studios in Shepperton to camera-operator on "The Bridge on the River Kwai"
1967:
First film as director of photograpahy, "Accident"
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