Al Liguori

Al Liguori (June 3, 1885 - May 8, 1951) was an Italian born cinematographer mainly of the silent era. His style of photography was a precursor to what became known as film noir. His best known surviving film is the all-black Scar of Shame (1927). He came to America as a child and his family settled in Brooklyn New York where he was educated.[1] He was born in Salerno Italy and died in Pennsylvania in 1951.

Alfonso Liguori
Alfonso Liguori

June 3, 1885
DiedMay 8, 1951

Selected filmography


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