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William C. Mellor

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American cinematographer William Mellor began his career working for Paramount as a lab assistant; soon he was promoted to assistant cameraman. By 1934, Mellor had become a full-fledged lighting director for Paramount, MGM, and Fox. Read Full Biography
Year Award Category Movie Result
1965 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Color Cinematography The Greatest Story Ever Told Nominated
1959 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Black and White Cinematography The Diary of Anne Frank Won
1957 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Cinematography Peyton Place Nominated
1951 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Black and White Cinematography A Place in the Sun Won
1951 Hollywood Foreign Press Association Best Cinematography - Black and White A Place in the Sun Nominated


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