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Per G. Jonson
April 11, 1910
October 16, 1975
ski jumper, cinematographer
Per G. Jonson (11 April 1910 – 16 October 1975) was a Norwegian ski jumper and cinematographer.
In 1934, Per Jonson set two hill records on
Bloudkova velikanka in Planica at the international competition. First one was 78 meters long. At the second one he landed at 89 meters world record distance, however this record was set in unofficial training and was recognized only as a hill record.
His was one of the best ski jumpers of his time,
Birger Ruud and his brother Sigmund Ruud. In 1933, he was in Zakopane coaching Polish national ski jumping team.
training together with legends such as
He shot a short film about skiing in
Karpathos which impressed German director Leni Riefenstahl, that she hired him as assistant director for the 1936 Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. He has primarily worked as a cinematographer on Norwegian films, in addition to occasionally working as director and producer. At the end of his career he established his own film production company.
Filmography [ edit ]
Planica, jučer, danas, sutra ( Yugoslavian short film) 1964:
Vår i Skandinavia (short commercial) 1959:
(producer) Ugler i mosen 1959:
Hete septemberdager (producer) 1958:
På slaget åtte 1958:
I slik en natt 1958:
Selv om de er små 1957:
Smuglere i smoking 1957:
Peter van Heeren 1956:
Roser til Monica 1956:
Kvinnens plass 1956:
Hjem går vi ikke 1954:
Savnet siden mandag 1954:
Kranes konditori 1951:
Flukten fra Dakar 1950:
Oslo 24 timer av byens liv 1950:
Marianne på sykehus (short film) 1949:
Svendsen går videre 1948:
5 år - som vi så dem 1947:
Sankt Hans fest 1946:
Kjærlighet og vennskap 1940:
Tante Pose 1940:
Mannen som alla ville mörda 1940:
Gjest Baardsen 1939:
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