Ernest Laszlo


Director Of Photography

About

Also Known As
Ernst Laszlo, Ernie Laslow
Birth Place
Budapest, HU
Born
April 23, 1898
Died
January 06, 1984

Biography

Distinguished cinematographer, in Hollywood from 1926. An eight-time Oscar nominee, Laszlo won the award once, for "Ship of Fools" (1965)....

Biography

Distinguished cinematographer, in Hollywood from 1926. An eight-time Oscar nominee, Laszlo won the award once, for "Ship of Fools" (1965).

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

James Wong Howe, A.S.C.: A Lesson in Light (1973)
Himself

Cinematography (Feature Film)

The Domino Principle (1977)
Director Of Photography
Logan's Run (1975)
Director Of Photography
That's Entertainment! (1974)
Director Of Photography
Showdown (1973)
Director Of Photography
Airport (1970)
Director of Photography
Daddy's Gone A-Hunting (1969)
Director of Photography
The First Time (1969)
Director of Photography
Star! (1968)
Director of Photography
The Big Mouth (1967)
Addl Photographer
Luv (1967)
Director of Photography
Fantastic Voyage (1966)
Director of Photography
Ship of Fools (1965)
Director of Photography
Baby the Rain Must Fall (1965)
Director of Photography
One Man's Way (1964)
Director of Photography
4 for Texas (1963)
Director of Photography
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963)
Director of Photography
The Last Sunset (1961)
Director of Photography
Judgment at Nuremberg (1961)
Director of Photography
Inherit the Wind (1960)
Photography
Tormented (1960)
Director of Photography
Ten Seconds to Hell (1959)
Director of Photography
The Space Children (1958)
Director of Photography
Attack of the Puppet People (1958)
Camera
The Restless Years (1958)
Director of Photography
Omar Khayyam (1957)
Director of Photography
Gunsight Ridge (1957)
Cinematographer
Valerie (1957)
Director of Photography
Bandido (1956)
Photography
While the City Sleeps (1956)
Director of Photography
The Kentuckian (1955)
Photography
The Big Knife (1955)
Photography
Kiss Me Deadly (1955)
Photography
Apache (1954)
Photography
The Naked Jungle (1954)
Director of Photography
About Mrs. Leslie (1954)
Director of Photography
Vera Cruz (1954)
Photography
Scared Stiff (1953)
Director of Photography
Stalag 17 (1953)
Director of Photography
Houdini (1953)
Director of Photography
The Moon Is Blue (1953)
Director of Photography
Lady in the Iron Mask (1952)
Director of Photography
The Star (1952)
Director of Photography
The Steel Trap (1952)
Director of Photography
Mutiny (1952)
Director of Photography
The First Time (1952)
Director of Photography
3 for Bedroom C (1952)
Director of Photography
M (1951)
Director of Photography
When I Grow Up (1951)
Director of Photography
The Well (1951)
Director of Photography
D.O.A. (1950)
Director of Photography
Riding High (1950)
Photography
The Jackie Robinson Story (1950)
Director of Photography
Manhandled (1949)
Director of Photography
Impact (1949)
Director of Photography
The Big Wheel (1949)
Director of Photography
Cover Up (1949)
Director of Photography
The Lucky Stiff (1949)
Director of Photography
The Girl from Manhattan (1948)
Cinematographer
Let's Live a Little (1948)
Director of Photography
On Our Merry Way (1948)
Cine [Dorothy Lamour--Victor Moore episode]
Lulu Belle (1948)
Director of Photography
Road to Rio (1947)
Director of Photography
Dear Ruth (1947)
Director of Photography
Two Years Before the Mast (1946)
Director of Photography
The Hitler Gang (1944)
Director of Photography
China (1943)
2nd Camera
Hold Back the Dawn (1941)
2nd Camera
I Wanted Wings (1941)
2nd Camera
Lost in the Stratosphere (1934)
2nd Camera
The Crime of the Century (1933)
2nd Camera
Mama Loves Papa (1933)
Camera Operator
The Miracle Man (1932)
Camera Operator
Sky Bride (1932)
Camera Operator
Madame Butterfly (1932)
Camera Operator
The Phantom President (1932)
Camera Operator
Primrose Path (1931)
Photography
Ladies of the Big House (1931)
2nd Camera
The Secret Call (1931)
2nd Camera
Huckleberry Finn (1931)
2nd Camera
Rich Man's Folly (1931)
Camera Operator
Hell's Angels (1930)
Assistant Photographer
Linda (1929)
Director of Photography
The White Outlaw (1929)
Photography
The Pace That Kills (1928)
Director of Photography
Wings (1927)
Akely Camera

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Logan's Run (1975)
Dp/Cinematographer

Cast (Short)

A LOOK INTO THE 23RD CENTURY (1976)
Himself

Life Events

1926

Immigrated to USA

Videos

Movie Clip

Impact (1949) - Need A Hand? Steep acceleration here from nebulous ill-intent to vicious (though incompetent) murder attempt, fake brother-in-law Jim (Tony Barrett) contrived the flat tire en route from Sausalito to San Rafael (presumably via US-101, which looks a lot different today), in league with the wife (Irene) of auto exec Walt (Brian Donlevy), who gets victimized, leading to all kinds of trouble, in Impact, 1949.
Impact (1949) - Buy Your Little Factories Dictionary opening from director Arthur Lubin, then Brian Donlevy as California auto executive Walt, whom one would not want to mess with, confronting his board (led by Clarence Kolb as Darcy) then gone soft on the phone with his wife (Helen Walker), in Impact, 1949.
D.O.A. (1950) - Who's The Blonde? Partying tourist Frank Bigelow (Edmond O'Brien) in a San Francisco jazz club, with barkeep (Peter Leeds) and pretty Jeanie (Virginia Lee), critical events underway, in Rudolph Mate's D.O.A., 1950.
D.O.A. (1950) - I Want To Report A Murder Edmond O'Brien (as "Frank Bigelow") on a long staggering walk into Los Angeles city hall, where he finds a police captain (Roy Engel), opening Rudolph Mate's D.O.A., 1950.
D.O.A. (1950) - You've Been Murdered A San Francisco Doctor (Frank Gerstle) confirms the diagnosis for Frank Bigelow (Edmond O'Brien), who hurtles down Market St. all the way to the Embarcadero, Rudolph Mate' directing cinematographer Ernest Laszlo, in D.O.A., 1950.
4 For Texas (1963) - Open, We're The Good Guys All action opening, Robert Aldrich directing, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin are among the stagecoach passengers, Dean narrating, and Charles Bronson leading the pursuit, including Jack Elam, also Percy Helton fretting on board, in the partial-Rat Pack comic-Western 4 For Texas, 1964, co-starring Anita Ekberg and Ursula Andress.
4 For Texas (1963) - Blood Of Christopher Columbus About an hour into the picture, Dean Martin as would-be saloon operator Joe Jarrett, guided by his man Prince George (Edric Connor), who’s in league with Angel (Nick Dennis) on the riverboat, is sizing it up as a location when the owner (Ursula Andress as Max) finally appears, in 4 For Texas, 1964, also starring Frank Sinatra and Anita Ekberg.
4 For Texas (1963) - Nothing Like A Straight Answer Back in Galveston after misadventures including one in which Joe Jarrett (Dean Martin) relieved him of $100,000, relaxed but shady entrepreneur Zack Thomas (Frank Sinatra) trades jabs with friendly immigrant hostess Elya (Anita Ekberg, her first scene), in 4 For Texas, 1964, directed by Robert Aldrich.
4 For Texas (1963) - Easy Come, Easy Go Still part of the lengthy opening joust between buddies Frank Sinatra (as Zach Thomas) and Dean Martin (as Joe Jarrett), playing clever strangers who together saved their stagecoach from robbers, the money here changing hands a third time, then Dean visiting his beloved Miss Ermaline (Marjorie Bennett), in 4 For Texas, 1964.
Ship Of Fools (1965) - You May Even Find Yourself Opening scenes on the liner off Mexico, 1933, philosopher Glocken (Michael Dunn) speaking to the camera, then Schumann (Oskar Werner) with captain Thiele (Charles Korvin), in Stanley Kramer's Ship Of Fools, 1965, from Katherine Ann Porter's play.
Baby The Rain Must Fall (1965) - I Got Out A Bit Early Ex-con Texan singer Henry (Steve McQueen) is surprised to see his wife Georgette (Lee Remick) and daughter (Kimberly Block), having failed to tell them he was out of prison, and having failed to tell buddy Slim (Don Murray) and his landlord-employers (Carol Veazie, Charles Watts) they existed, in Baby The Rain Must Fall, 1965.
Baby The Rain Must Fall (1965) - Open, I Almost Fried Joining the opening from the To Kill A Mockingbird team, director Robert Mulligan, producer Alan J. Pakula and writer Horton Foote, from Baby The Rain Must Fall, introducing Zama Cunninghan, Lee Remick and young Kimberly Block, shot in Foote's hometown of Wharton, Texas.

Trailer

Stalag 17 -- (Re-issue Trailer) He's a cynic but is he a traitor? William Holden won a Best Actor award as the hard-boiled POW running scams in Billy Wilder's Stalag 17 (1953).
Moon is Blue, The - (Original Trailer) Two womanizers (William Holden, David Niven) fall for a woman determined to keep her virginity in The Moon is Blue (1953).
Last Sunset, The - (Original Trailer) A sheriff (Rock Hudson) finds the outlaw (Kirk Douglas) he's hunting leading a cattle drive and decides to help him before arresting him in Robert Aldrich's The Last Sunset (1961).
Bandido - (Original Trailer) Robert Mitchum is an American adventurer in Mexico who joins a rebel band against a corrupt gun runner in Bandido (1956).
That's Entertainment! - (Original Trailer) An all-star cast, including Frank Sinatra and Fred Astaire, introduce clips from MGM's greatest musicals in That's Entertainment! (1974).
Inherit the Wind -- (Original Trailer) In the twenties, a schoolteacher creates a national furor by teaching evolution in his class in Inherit the Wind (1960), directed by Stanley Kramer and starring Spencer Tracy and Fredric March.
Vera Cruz - (Original Trailer) During the Mexican Revolution, rival mercenaries team up to steal a fortune in gold in Vera Cruz (1954) starring Gary Cooper.
Apache - (Textless Trailer) Burt Lancaster is one of Geronimo's chiefs who leads a one-man assault on the U.S. Cavalry in Robert Aldrich's Apache (1954).
Judgment at Nuremberg -- (Original Trailer) Eleven Academy Award nominations went to this all-star Stanley Kramer production Judgment At Nuremberg (1961).
Logan's Run - (Original Trailer) A futuristic police officer uncovers the deadly secret behind a society that worships youth in Logan's Run (1976) starring Michael York, Jenny Aguttar, Peter Ustinov, and Farrah Fawcett-Majors.
Big Knife, The - (Original Trailer - textless) An unscrupulous movie producer (Rod Steiger) blackmails an unhappy actor (Jack Palance) into signing a new contract in The Big Knife (1955), directed by Robert Aldrich.
Star! - (Original Trailer) Julie Andrews plays Gertrude Lawrence, Star! (1968) of London and Broadway in the 1920's.

Bibliography