Joseph A. Valentine

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Joseph A. Valentine
Born Giuseppe Valentino
(1900-07-24)July 24, 1900
New York City, New York
Died May 18, 1949(1949-05-18) (aged 48)
Cheviot Hills, California, USA
Occupation Cinematographer
Years active 1924-1949

Joseph A. Valentine (July 24, 1900, New York City, as Giuseppe Valentino – May 18, 1949, (Cheviot Hills, California, USA) was an Italian-American cinematographer, five-time nominee for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography, and co-winner once in 1949. [1]

Trained in photography, he moved to working in films in the 1920s and from 1924 became a chief cinematographer. Working on several B-films, his final years were spent on the cinematography for three Alfred Hitchcock films.

Valentine was nominated for the Academy Award in 1937 for Wings Over Honolulu, in 1938 for Mad About Music, in 1939 for First Love, in 1940 for Spring Parade. In 1949, on his fifth nomination, he won for Joan of Arc.


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