Joseph LaShelle

Joseph LaShelle

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Joseph LaShelle, A.S.C. (July 9, 1900 - August 20, 1989) was a Los Angeles born film cinematographer. He won an Academy Award for Laura (1944), and was nominated on eight additional occasions. LaShelle's first job in the film industry was as an assistant in the Paramount West Coast Studio lab in 1920. Instead of going to college as planned he remained in the film industry after a promotion to supervisor of the printing department. In 1925 Charles G. Clarke convinced him he should be a cameraman. He went to work with Clarke and after 3 months he was promoted to 2nd cameraman and he worked for various cinematographers at the Hollywood Metropolitan Studios. LaShalle was transferred from Metropolitan to Pathé where he began a 14 years association with Arthur C. Miller. He later went with Miller to Fox Films. After working as a camera operator on such Fox productions as How Green Was My Valley (1941) and The Song of Bernadette (1943) he was promoted and became a cinematographer in 1943. He was a member of the A.S.C. Some of his well known work include the film noirs: Laura (1944), for which he won an Oscar, Fallen Angel (1945), and Road House (1948). He is remembered for his work with Otto Preminger.
Known For : Camera
Birthday : 1900-07-09
Place of Birth : Los Angeles, California, USA
Also Known As : Joseph Wellington LaShelle, Joseph La Shaelle, Joe La Shelle, Joseph La Shelle, Joe LaShelle

Movies List of Joseph LaShelle

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Godzilla Minus One

2023 Movie
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Un père idéal

2024 Movie
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Dune: Part Two

2024 Movie
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Black Lotus

2023 Movie
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Kung Fu Panda 4

2024 Movie
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Chief of Station

2024 Movie
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Sting

2024 Movie
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Ape vs. Mecha Ape

2023 Movie
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Slyth: The Hunt Saga

2023 Movie
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Mercy

2023 Movie
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The Garfield Movie

2024 Movie
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Challengers

2024 Movie
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