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cujas sorry, didn't see that you had posted a question. However I still don't see where 6's left the thread open since he answered Heston correctly. I couldn't care less who goes, my comment was for movieman. As a new poster he may not be aware of the rules around here.

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No, tho a good guess, it?s not Zachary Scott. Seems Miss Crawford had a penchant, once she?d become a Top Movie Star, for selecting leading men who were not as legendary as she?this actor is best remembered for another film in which he starred with a beauty who was 15 years younger than Crawford and only about a decade younger than her leading man?

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When movie stars say" I'm ready for my close-up", they have one man to thank for the technique.

Please name this cinematographer, his boss-director, and one example of a film where he used this device. Brownie point for the name of the duos star.

 

FYI--This was a question from my Film 101 Class in College

 

Edited by: cujas on Jun 28, 2010 4:07 PM

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Mr. 6, I cannot deny that that close-up was the first one they showed in film class.

 

However, the popularization and artistic development of the close-up has always been attributed to

Billy Bitzer, DW Griffith's cameraman, in films like *Orphans of the Storm*91921) and *Broken Blossoms*(1919) starring Lillian Gish.

 

Since I'm not the Movie Professor--I won't argue with you--

 

Mr. 6 its all yours!

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