Ted McCord (cinematographer)
Ted McCord, A.S.C. (August 2, 1900 – January 19, 1976) was an American cinematographer.
Ted McCord, A.S.C.
McCord (left) filming Deep Valley, 1947
August 2, 1900
Sullivan County, Indiana, U.S.
|Died||January 19, 1976 75) (aged|
Glendale, California, U.S.
Born in Sullivan County, Indiana, McCord received three Academy Award nominations. The first two Johnny Belinda (1948) and Two for the Seesaw (1962) were for black-and white cinematography, and the third The Sound of Music (1965) was for color.
|1921||Sacred and Profane Love||William D. Taylor|
|1930||The Fighting Legion||Harry Joe Brown|
|1930||Sons of the Saddle||Harry Joe Brown|
|1931||Freighters of Destiny||Fred Allen|
|1933||Somewhere in Sonora||Mack V. Wright|
|1943||Action in the North Atlantic||Lloyd Bacon|
|1947||Deep Valley||Jean Negulesco|
|1948||The Treasure of the Sierra Madre||John Huston|
|1948||Johnny Belinda||Jean Negulesco|
|1948||June Bride||Bretaigne Windust|
|1949||Flamingo Road||Michael Curtiz|
|1949||The Lady Takes a Sailor||Michael Curtiz|
|1950||Young Man with a Horn||Michael Curtiz|
|1950||The Damned Don't Cry||Vincent Sherman|
|1950||The Breaking Point||Michael Curtiz|
|1951||Goodbye, My Fancy||Vincent Sherman|
|1951||Force of Arms||Michael Curtiz|
|1951||I'll See You in My Dreams||Michael Curtiz|
|1956||East of Eden||Elia Kazan|
|1957||The Helen Morgan Story||Michael Curtiz|
|1958||The Proud Rebel||Michael Curtiz|
|1959||The Hanging Tree||Delmer Daves|
|1960||The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn||Michael Curtiz|
|1962||Two for the Seesaw||Robert Wise|
|1965||The Sound of Music||Robert Wise|
|1966||A Fine Madness||Irvin Kershner|
- Leemann, Sérgio. "Photographs of Ted McCord". A Certain Cinema. Retrieved 28 January 2015.
- "Screenshots from The Sound of Music". Cinema Squid. Retrieved 28 January 2015.
- "Ted McCord Biography". Internet Encyclopedia of Cinematographers. Retrieved 28 January 2015.
- Latimer, William (November 6, 1949). "Bogart—Sans Bacall". The Sydney Morning Herald. p. 4.
- "Ted McCord, Cameraman, Was Nominated for 3 Oscars" (PDF). The New York Times. January 26, 1976. p. 26.