Harry Jackson (cinematographer)

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Harry Jackson (1896–1953) was an American cinematographer.

Jackson was born in Nebraska, and was first employed in Hollywood as a still photographer for Warner Brothers. As a cinematographer he was active through the end of the silent era in 1927, through his death in 1953, shooting about 75 films altogether. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Color Cinematography for his work on 1947's Mother Wore Tights.

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