Robert Krasker


13 August 1913 (Alexandria) — 16 August 1981 (London)

Robert Krasker was the first Australian DOP to win an Oscar.

Cry Wolf (1980) short

Red (1976) short

The Trap (Sidney Hayers, 1966)

The Heroes of Telemark (Anthony Mann, 1965)

The Collector (William Wyler, 1965)

The Fall of the Roman Empire (Anthony Mann, 1964)

The Running Man (Carol Reed, 1963)

Billy Budd (Peter Ustinov, 1962)

Guns of Darkness (Anthony Asquith, 1962)

El Cid (Anthony Mann, 1961)

Romanoff and Juliet (Peter Ustinov, 1961)

The Criminal (Joseph Losey, 1960)

The Sound of Jazz (1959) short

Libel (Anthony Asquith, 1959)

The Doctor's Dilemma (Anthony Asquith, 1958)

Behind the Mask (Brian Desmond Hurst, 1958)

The Quiet American (Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1958)

The Story of Esther Costello (David Miller, 1957)

The Rising of the Moon (John Ford, 1957)

Trapeze (Carol Reed, 1956)

Alexander the Great (Robert Rossen, 1956)

That Lady (Terence Young, 1955)

Senso (Luchino Visconti, 1954)

Romeo and Juliet (Renato Castellano, 1954)

Malta Story (Brian Desmond Hurst, 1953)

Never Let Me Go (Delmer Daves, 1953)

Another Man's Poison (Irving Rapper, 1951)

Cry, the Beloved Country (Zoltan Korda, 1951)

The Wonder Kid (Karl Hartl, 1951)

State Secret (Sidney Gilliat, 1950)

The Angel with the Trumpet (Anthony Bushell, 1950)

The Third Man (Carol Reed, 1949)

Bonnie Prince Charlie (Anthony Kimmins, Leslie Arliss, Alexander Korda, 1948)

Uncle Silas (Charles Frank, 1947)

Odd Man Out (Carol Reed, 1947)

Caesar and Cleopatra (Gabriel Pascal, 1945)

Brief Encounter (David Lean, 1945)

Henry V (Laurence Olivier, 1944)

The Lamp Still Burns (Maurice Elvey, Leslie Howard, 1943)

The Gentle Sex (Leslie Howard, Maurice Elvey, 1943)

The Saint Meets the Tiger (Paul L. Stein,1941)

References and Links

The Robert Krasker Project.

Wikipedia page.

IMDb page.

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