Rudolph Maté Movies List

Rudolph Maté
Rudolph Maté
21-01-1898
Krakau, Galicia, Austria-Hungary [now Kraków, Malopolskie, Poland]
38
Metropolitan

Rudolph Maté Filmography

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Los 300 héroes
Los 300 héroes ( English )
Director: Rudolph Maté
Release date: 01-08-1962
The Barbarians
The Barbarians ( English )
Director: Rudolph Maté , Roberto Fizz , Franco Prosperi
Music Director: Franco Ferrara
Release date: 03-10-1960
For the First Time
For the First Time ( English )
Director: Rudolph Maté
Release date: 26-08-1959
Three Violent People
Three Violent People ( English )
Director: Rudolph Maté
Music Director:
Release date: 09-02-1957
The Rawhide Years
The Rawhide Years ( English )
Director: Rudolph Maté
Release date: 01-07-1956
Miracle in the Rain
Miracle in the Rain ( English )
Director: Rudolph Maté , Mel Dellar , Lee White
Music Director: Franz Waxman , Ray Heindorf
Release date: 31-03-1956
The Far Horizons
The Far Horizons ( English )
Director: Rudolph Maté
Release date: 20-05-1955
The Violent Men
The Violent Men ( English )
Artist: Glenn Ford , Barbara Stanwyck , Edward G. Robinson , Brian Keith , Dianne Foster
Director: Rudolph Maté
Music Director: Max Steiner
Release Year: 1955
The Black Shield Of Falworth
Director: Rudolph Maté , James Curtis Havens , Tom Shaw
Music Director:
Release date: 02-09-1954
Siege at Red River
Siege at Red River ( English )
Director: Rudolph Maté
Music Director: Lionel Newman
Release date: 01-05-1954
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Rudolph Maté Biography

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rudolph Maté, A.S.C. (21 January 1898 – 27 October 1964), born Rudolf Matheh or Mayer, was an accomplished cinematographer and film director. Born in Kraków (then in Austria-Hungary, now in Poland), Maté started in the film business after his graduation from the University of Budapest. He went on to work as an assistant cameraman in Hungary and later throughout Europe, sometimes with noted colleague Karl Freund. Maté worked on several of Carl Theodor Dreyer's films including The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) and Vampyr (1932) which led to his being hired as director of photography on a number of prominent films. Maté worked as cinematographer on Hollywood films from the mid-1930s, including Dodsworth (1936), the Laurel and Hardy feature Our Relations (1936) and Stella Dallas (1937). He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography in five consecutive years, for Foreign Correspondent (1940), That Hamilton Woman (1941), The Pride of the Yankees (1942), Sahara (1943), and Cover Girl (1944). In 1947, he turned to directing films, his credits include When Worlds Collide (1951), the film noir classic D.O.A. and No Sad Songs for Me (both 1950). Directed by Maté, The 300 Spartans is a 1962 film depicting the Battle of Thermopylae. Made with the cooperation of the Greek government, it was shot in the village of Perachora in the Peloponnese. He died from a heart attack in Hollywood on October 27, 1964 at the age of 66. Description above from the Wikipedia article Rudolph Maté, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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