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  • Gregg Toland - Wikipedia

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    Gregg Toland, A.S.C. (May 29, 1904 – September 28, 1948) was an American cinematographer known for his innovative use of techniques such as deep focus, examples of which can be found in his work on Orson Welles' Citizen Kane (1941), William Wyler's The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), and John Ford's The Long Voyage Home (1940).

  • Gregg Toland - IMDb

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    Gregg Toland, Cinematographer: Citizen Kane. Born in Illinois in 1904, the only child of Jennie and Frank Toland, Gregg and his mother moved to California several years after his parents divorced in 1910. Through Jennie's work as a housekeeper for several people in the movie business, Gregg may had gotten a $12-a-week job at age 15 as an office boy at William Fox Studios.

  • Gregg Toland | American cinematographer | Britannica.com

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    Gregg Toland: Gregg Toland, American motion-picture cinematographer known for his brilliant use of chiaroscuro and deep-focus camera work. Toland got his start in the film industry at the age of 15, working as an office boy at the Fox studio. He became an assistant cameraman a year later. In the 1930s he went to

  • GREGG TOLAND - Cinematographer

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    During the deeply entrenched days of the Hollywood studio system, cinematographer Gregg Toland's technical and visual innovations set him apart from the flock of doctrinaire technicians and engineers embedded in the formulaic studio factories.

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  • Overview for Gregg Toland - Turner Classic Movies

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    During the deeply entrenched days of the Hollywood studio system, cinematographer Gregg Toland's technical and visual innovations set him apart from the flock of doctrinaire technicians and engineers embedded in the formulaic studio factories.

  • Gregg Toland, ASC — An Enduring Legacy - The American ...

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    Gregg Toland, ASC Toland was one of the outstanding cinematographers because he possessed a rare combination of skills, a natural artistic instinct, a determination to deliver the best product of which he was capable and an enormous capacity for work.

  • Gregg Toland Facts - YourDictionary

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    Hollywood cinematographer Gregg Toland (1904-1948) was the man who gave Citizen Kane its haunting, distinctive look. Toland's pioneering work in deep-focus photography brought a new level of realism to movies, giving sharp detail to all the characters in a scene.

  • Gregg Toland - Biography - IMDb

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    Toland quickly became the highest paid cinematographer in the business, earning as much as $200,000 over a three year period. He also became perhaps the first cinematographer to receive prominent billing in the opening credits, rather than being relegated to a card containing seven or more other names.

  • Depth of Field: Gregg Toland, Citizen Kane and Beyond ...

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    The amazing original trailer, a unique performance piece of its own, complete with fantastic Gregg Toland cinematography -- not just from the movie, but for this frankly bizarre trailer. And A Viewer's Companion to Citizen Kane by Roger Ebert.

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