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Guy Green (I) (1913–2005)


Guy Green is well known to film audiences. Formerly a cinematographer, he was the first British D.P. to receive an Academy Award for his black-and-white photography on David Lean's Great Expectations (1946). He founded the British Society of Cinematographers together with Freddie Young and Jack Cardiff. Green worked with Lean on several films, and ... See full bio »

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Won 1 Oscar. Another 5 wins & 7 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

(1960)
A Patch of Blue Director
(1965)
Great Expectations Cinematographer
(1946)
Blanche Fury Cinematographer
(1948)

Filmography

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 1987 Strong Medicine (TV Movie)
 1981 Isabel's Choice (TV Movie)
 1981 Inmates: A Love Story (TV Movie)
 1980 Jimmy B. & André (TV Movie)
 1979 Jennifer: A Woman's Story (TV Movie)
 1974 Luther
 1968 The Magus
 1963 55 Days at Peking (uncredited)
 1962 Diamond Head
 1961 The Mark
 1959 SOS Pacific
 1958 Desert Patrol
 1958 The Snorkel
 1954 River Beat
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Audio commentary: Recorded the audio commentary for the DVD release of A Patch of Blue (1965).

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Directed four actors to Oscar nominations: Stuart Whitman (Best Actor, The Mark (1961)), Elizabeth Hartman (Best Actress, A Patch of Blue (1965)), Shelley Winters (Best Supporting Actress, A Patch of Blue (1965)), and Brenda Vaccaro (Best Supporting Actress, Once Is Not Enough (1975)). Winters won an Oscar for her performance. See more »

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