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Ted Tetzlaff

Summary
Dale H. "Ted" Tetzlaff (3 June 1903, in Los Angeles, California – 7 January 1995, in Sausalito, California) was an Academy Award-nominated Hollywood cinematographer active in the 1930s and 1940s. Career Tetzlaff was particularly favored by the actress Carole Lombard, whom he photographed in 10 films. After World War II service as a US Army Major, he became a film director, and directed about a dozen films from 1947 to 1957, including the film noir classic The Window (1949). His father was racecar driver and film stuntman Teddy Tetzlaff (1883–1929). Selected filmography As cinematographer
  • Atta Boy (1926)
  • Sunshine of Paradise Alley (1926)
  • Ragtime (1927)
  • Polly of the Movies (1927) *The Masked Angel (1928)
  • The Apache (1928) *The Power of the Press (1928)
  • Into No Man's Land (1928)
  • Stool Pigeon (1928)
  • The Devil's Cage (1928) *The Donovan Affair (1929) *Hurricane (1929) *The Younger Generation (1929) *Mexicali Rose (1929)
  • Acquitted (1929)
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