Sunday, November 9, 2014

Remembering Marcel Grignon

Marcel Grignon was born on November 9, 1914, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. Grignon was a French cameraman and cinematographer on over one hundred and fifteen films from 1937 until 1988. He was nominated in 1967 for an Oscar for  “Paris brûle-t-il?”. He’s best known for his work on “Fantomas” (1964), “Is Paris Burning?” (1966) and “Shaft in Africa” (1973).
Marcel was the cinematographer on one Euro-western 1970’s “Madron” starring Richard Boone and Leslie Caron.
Grignon died on June 6, 1990 in Paris, France.
Today we remember Marcel Grignon on what would have been his 100th birthday.

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