Harold Rosson Biography (1895-1988)



Born in 1895, in New York City, NY; died on September 6, 1988, in Palm Beach,FL; married Jean Harlow (an actress), 1933 (divorced, 1935). Career:Cinematographer. Awards, Honors: Honorary Award (shared with W. HowardGreene), best color cinematography, 1937, for The Garden of Allah; Academy Award nomination, best cinematography, color, 1940, for The Wizard of Oz; Academy Award nomination, best cinematography, black and white, 1941, for Boom Town; Academy Award nomination (shared with Robert Surtees), best cinematography, black and white, 1945, for Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo; Academy Award nomination, best cinematography, black and white, 1951,for The Asphalt Jungle; Academy Award nomination, best cinematography, black and white, 1957, for The Bad Seed..

Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Occupation
Cinematographer
Birth Details
1895
New York, New York, United States
Death Details
September 6, 1988
Palm Beach, Florida, United States

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