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Also Known As: Lee Dewey Garmes Died: August 31, 1978
Born: May 27, 1898 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Peoria, Illinois, USA Profession: director of photography, director, painter's assistant, associate director, assistant cameraman, prop boy

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Celebrated cinematographer, in Hollywood from 1916. Garmes shot his first feature in 1924 and subsequently proved himself adept at romantic, exotic subjects, photographing several Josef von Sternberg films in the early 1930s. Outstanding achievements include "Zoo in Budapest" (1933), "China Girl" (1942) and Max Ophuls's "Caught" (1949).

Celebrated cinematographer, in Hollywood from 1916. Garmes shot his first feature in 1924 and subsequently proved himself adept at romantic, exotic subjects, photographing several Josef von Sternberg films in the early 1930s. Outstanding achievements include "Zoo in Budapest" (1933), "China Girl" (1942) and Max Ophuls's "Caught" (1949).

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Hannah Lee (1953) Director
3.
  Specter of the Rose (1946) Co-dir
4.
  Angels over Broadway (1940) Co-dir
5.
  Once in a Blue Moon (1935) Assoc dir
6.
  The Scoundrel (1935) Assoc dir
7.
  Crime Without Passion (1934) Assoc dir

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1916:
Painter's assistant
1916:
Prop boy
1916:
Assistant cameraman
1924:
Director of photography
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Education

North Denver High School: Denver , Colorado -

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wife:
Ruth Hall. Actor. Lead in Ken Maynard Westerns.

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