Arthur Arling

Arthur E. Arling, A.S.C. (September 19, 1906 – October 16, 1991) was a Hollywood cameraman and cinematographer. His early work included 1939's Gone with the Wind and 1946's The Yearling, for which he won a joint Oscar which he shared with Charles Rosher and Leonard Smith. He was also nominated for an Oscar for the 1955 Lillian Roth biopic I'll Cry Tomorrow.[1] Arling, a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy during World War II, is buried at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California.[2]

Arthur E. Arling
Arling (right) with director Henry Koster (left) and producer Samuel G. Engel (middle) on the set of The Story of Ruth (1960)
BornSeptember 19, 1906
DiedOctober 16, 1991(1991-10-16) (aged 85)

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  1. W., Samuelson, David (1998). David Samuelson's "hands-on" manual for cinematographers (2nd ed.). Oxford: Focal Press. p. 10. ISBN 9780240514802. OCLC 39897618.
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