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Rudolph Maté

 

Rudolph Mate (right), pictured with Cornel Wilde

  Key Noir Filmmaker  

Director / Cinematographer
1898 - 1964 
Born January 21, Krakow, Poland
Key Genres: Crime, Western, Drama  TSPDT Rating: 6
Key Collaborators: Sydney Boehm (Screenwriter), Peter Hanson (Leading Character Player), Hans Dreier (Production Designer), William Holden (Leading Player), Buddy Adler (Producer), Joseph Walker (Cinematographer), Roy Webb (Composer), George Duning (Composer), Sandro Giglio (Character Player), Cary Odell (Production Designer)
Highly Recommended: D.O.A. (1949)
Recommended: No Sad Songs for Me (1950)
Worth a Look: The Dark Past (1948), Union Station (1950), When Worlds Collide (1951)
Approach with Caution: Second Chance (1953)
Duds: Branded (1950), Three Violent People (1956)
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250 Quintessential Noir Films: The Dark Past (1948), D.O.A. (1949), Union Station (1950)
 
 

 

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