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Rudolph Maté

AKA Rudolf Mayer

Born: 21-Jan-1898
Birthplace: Krakow, Poland
Died: 27-Oct-1964
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Cinematographer, Film Director

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: When Worlds Collide

Military service: Polish Army (WWI)

Nominated for Oscars five times, did not win any.

    University: University of Budapest

    FILMOGRAPHY AS DIRECTOR
    Seven Seas to Calais (21-Dec-1962)
    The 300 Spartans (1962)
    Revak the Barbarian (1960)
    For the First Time (26-Feb-1959)
    The Deep Six (15-Jan-1958)
    Three Violent People (Dec-1956)
    Port Afrique (18-Jun-1956)
    Miracle in the Rain (31-Mar-1956)
    The Far Horizons (20-May-1955)
    The Violent Men (26-Jan-1955)
    The Rawhide Years (1955)
    The Black Shield of Falworth (2-Sep-1954)
    The Siege at Red River (2-Apr-1954)
    Forbidden (2-Dec-1953)
    Second Chance (18-Jul-1953)
    The Mississippi Gambler (29-Jan-1953)
    Sally and Saint Anne (Jul-1952)
    Paula (15-May-1952)
    The Green Glove (12-Mar-1952)
    When Worlds Collide (Aug-1951)
    The Prince Who Was a Thief (3-Jul-1951)
    Branded (Nov-1950)
    Union Station (4-Oct-1950)
    D.O.A. (30-Apr-1950)
    No Sad Songs for Me (12-Apr-1950)
    The Dark Past (22-Dec-1948)
    It Had to Be You (22-Oct-1947)



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