Paul C. Vogel

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Paul Vogel, A.S.C. (August 22, 1899 – November 24, 1975) was an American cinematographer. His credits included The Tell-Tale Heart (1941), Angels in the Outfield (1951), The Tender Trap (1955), High Society (1956), The Time Machine (1960), The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962), Hold On!, and Return of the Seven (both 1966).

Vogel began his career in the 1920s and, aside from taking a break from film to serve in World War II, worked steadily until retiring in 1967. One of his more challenging films was Robert Montgomery's Chandler film noir Lady in the Lake (1947), which was completely shot from the point of view of the protagonist. In this movie, Montgomery appears as Marlowe only in the opening sequence and briefly at intervals thereafter, being present the rest of the while as the camera is present, with the result of making the audience seem to occupy the position of detective.

His brother, Joseph R. Vogel, was a vice president of Loew's, Inc. and later president of MGM.

Awards and nominations[edit]

In 1949, he won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography for Battleground (1949).[1]

Filmography[edit]

1927 : Running Wild- Gregory La Cava

1931 : The Great Lover- Harry Beaumont

1932 : Freaks- Tod Browning

1937 : Fit for a King - Edward Sedgwick

1938 : Everybody's doing it - Christy Cabanne

1938 : Wide Open Faces- Kurt Neumann

1939 : They All Come Out - Jacques Tourneur

1939 : The Ash can fleet - Fred Zinnemann

1941 : The Tell-Tale Heart- Jules Dassin

1941 : Army Champions

1942 : Pacific Rendezvous - George Sidney

1942 : Sunday Punch - David Miller

1942 : Kid Glove Killer - Fred Zinnemann

1942 : Tish de S. Sylvan Simon

1947 : Lady in the Lake- Robert Montgomery

1947 : High Wall - Curtis Bernhardt

1949 : Scene of the Crime- Roy Rowland

1949 : Battleground- William A. Wellman

1950 : Black Hand - Richard Thorpe

1950 : Watch the Birdie- Jack Donohue

1950 : The Happy Years - William A. Wellman

1950 : A Lady without Passport- Joseph H. Lewis

1951 : Three Guys named Mike- Charles Walters

1951 : Angels in the Outfield - Clarence Brown

1951 : The Tall Target- Anthony Mann

1952 : The Girl in White - John Sturges

1952 : You for Me - Don Weis

1953 : The Clown - Robert Z. Leonard

1953 : The Girl who had everything- Richard Thorpe

1953 : Arena - Richard Fleischer

1953 : Half a Hero - Don Weis

1954 : Rose Marie - Mervyn LeRoy

1954 : Green Fire- Andrew Marton

1954 : The Student Prince- Richard Thorpe

1955 : The Tender Trap- Charles Walters

1955 : The Scarlet Coat- John Sturges

1955 : It's a Dog Life - Herman Hoffman

1955 : Interrupted Melody- Curtis Bernhardt

1955 : Jupiter's Darling- George Sidney

1956 : The Rack - Arnold Laven

1956 : High Society- Charles Walters

1957 : Bernardine - Henry Levin

1957 : The Wings of Eagles- John Ford

1957 : Public Pigeon No. One - Norman Z. McLeod

1957 : Tarzan, the Ape Man- Joseph M. Newman

1959 : The Gazebo- George Marshall

1960 : The Time Machine - George Pal

1962 : The Magic Sword- Bert I. Gordon

1962 : Period of Adjustment- George Roy Hill

1962 : The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm

1963 : The Gun Hawk- Edward Ludwig

1964 : Mail Order Bride- Burt Kennedy

1965 : Village of the Giants - Bert I. Gordon

1965 : The Money Trap- Burt Kennedy

1965 : When the Boys meet the Girls- Alvin Ganzer

1965 : The Rounders- Burt Kennedy

1966 : Old On ! - Arthur Lubin

1966 : Return of the Seven- Burt Kennedy

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The 22nd Academy Awards (1950) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Archived from the original on 6 July 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-18.