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On the 104 th year of life died in London operator Douglas Slocombe, who began his career in the early 1940s and participated in the creation of 80 films, writes The Guardian .
Among the other works, Slocombe shot several classic comedies Ealing Studios, including “Kind hearts and Coronets” and “Banda from Lavender -Hill “(1951). In addition, he was the operator of the first three films of the saga of Indiana Jones.
He also filmed a tape, “Jesus Christ – Superstar” by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical. Another landmark work Slocombe is a film adaptation of 1974 novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby».
In 1989, he finished his work in film, and in 2008 was awarded the Order of the British Empire. Several of his works have been nominated for an Academy Award
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