Rudolph Maté

Director of Photography, Director - USA
Born January 21, 1898 in Kraków, PL
Died October 27, 1964 in Hollywood, California, USA
Other names or known as : Rudolph Mate, Rudolf Maté,

Rudolph Maté was born on January 21, 1898 in Kraków, PL. He was an American Director of Photography, Director, known for Liliom (1934), Il Dominatore dei sette mari (1961), Les aventures du roi Pausole (1933), Rudolph Maté's first movie on record is from 1920. Rudolph Maté died on October 27, 1964 in Hollywood, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1961.

Rudolph Maté Filmography [Auszug]
1961: [] Il Dominatore dei sette mari (Director), Directed by Primo Zeglio, with Rod Taylor, Anthony Dawson, Irene Worth,
1960: [/ /1] The 300 Spartans (Director), with Diane Baker, John Crawford, Richard Egan,
1960: [/ /1] The Barbarians (Revak, lo schiavo di Cartagine) (Director), with Joseph Cuby, Melody O'Brien, Jack Palance,
1958: [/ /1] Serenade einer grossen Liebe (Director), with Peter Capell, Hans Söhnker, Annie Rosar,
1958: [] The Deep Six (Director), with Alan Ladd, Dianne Foster, William Bendix,
1956: [] Miracle in the Rain (Director), with Van Johnson, Jane Wyman, William Gargan,
1955: [/ /1] The Far Horizons (Director), with Barbara Hale, Charlton Heston, Fred MacMurray,
1955: [/ /1] The Rawhide Years (Director), with Robert J. Wilke, Peter van Eyck, Donald Randolph,
1954: [/ /1] The black shield of Falworth (Director), with Tony Curtis, , Barbara Rush,
1954: [/ /1] The violent men (The Bandits, Rough Company) (Director), with , Basil Ruysdael, Edward G. Robinson,
1954: [] Siege at Red River (Director), with Richard Boone, Joanne Dru, Craig Hill,
1953: [/ /1] Second chance (Director), with Robert Mitchum, Linda Darnell, Jack Palance,
1953: [] Forbidden (Director), with Tony Curtis, Joanne Dru, Lyle Bettger,
1953: [01.13] The Mississippi Gambler (Director), with Tyrone Power, Piper Laurie, Julie Adams,
1951: [/ /1] The Prince who was a Thief (Director), with Gerald Drayson Adams, Peggie Castle, Jeff Corey,
1951: [/ /1] When worlds collide (Director), with Richard Derr, John Hoyt, Barbara Rush,
1950: [09.01] Union Station (Director), with William Holden, Nancy Olson, Barry Fitzgerald,
1950: [/ /1] Branded (Director), with Charles Bickford, Joseph Calleia, Mona Freeman,
1950: [/ /1] Dead on Arrival (D.O.A.) (Director), with Luther Adler, Lynn Baggett, Pamela Britton,
1950: [] No sad songs for me (Director), with Margaret Sullavan, Wendell Corey, Viveca Lindfors,
1948: [/ /1] Dark past (Director), with Lee J. Cobb, Stephen Dunne, Nina Foch,
1947: [] Down to Earth (Director of Photography), Directed by Alexander Hall, with Rita Hayworth, Larry Parks, Marc Platt,
1947: [] It Had to Be You (Director), Directed by Don Hartman, with Ginger Rogers, Gerald Fielding,
1946: [] Gilda (Director of Photography), Directed by Charles Vidor, with Joseph Calleia, Glenn Ford, Steven Geray,
1944: [04.24] Address unknown (Director of Photography), Directed by William Cameron Menzies, with Paul Lukacs, Carl Esmond, Peter van Eyck,
1944: [03.30] Cover Girl (Director of Photography), Directed by Charles Vidor, with Rita Hayworth, Gene Kelly, Lee Bowman,
1943: [] Sahara (Director of Photography), Directed by Zoltan Korda, with Bruce Bennett, Humphrey Bogart, J. Carrol Naish,
1942: [03.04] They got me covered (Director of Photography), Directed by David Butler, with Otto Preminger, Lenore Aubert, Bob Hope,
1942: [07.14] Pride of the Yankees (Director of Photography), Directed by Sam Wood, with Gary Cooper, Babe Ruth, Teresa Wright,
1942: [06.03] To be or not to be (Director of Photography), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, with Carole Lombard, Jack Benny, Robert Stack,
1941: [/ /1] It started with Eve (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry Koster, with Walter Catlett, Robert Cummings, Catherine Doucet,
1941: [04.25] The Flame of New Orleans (Director of Photography), Directed by René Clair, with Marlene Dietrich, Bruce Cabot, Roland Young,
1940: [10.25] Seven Sinners (Director of Photography), Directed by Tay Garnett, with Marlene Dietrich, John Wayne, Albert Dekker,
1940: [] Foreign correspondent (Director of Photography), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Joel McRea, Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall,
1939: [/ /1] The Real Glory (Director of Photography), Directed by Henry Hathaway, with Charles Waldron, David Niven, Andrea Leeds,
1937: [07.23] Stella Dallas (Director of Photography), Directed by King Vidor, with Barbara Stanwyck, John Boles, Anne Shirley,
1936: [] Come and get it (Director of Photography), Directed by Howard Hawks, William Wyler, with Frances Farmer, Cecil Cunningham, Edwin Maxwell,
1936: [] Our Relations (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry Lachman, with Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Alan Hale,
1934: [/ /1] Liliom (Director of Photography), Directed by Fritz Lang, with Pierre Alcover, , Alexandre Rignault,
1934: [] Le dernier milliardaire (Director of Photography), Directed by René Clair, with Max Dearly, Renée Saint-Cyr,
1933: [/ /1] Les aventures du roi Pausole (Director of Photography), Directed by Aleksej Granovskij, with Vera Baranovskaja, Emil Jannings, Nane Germon,
1933: [/ /1] Dans les rues (Director of Photography), Directed by Victor Trivas, with Jean-Pierre Aumont, Paulette Dubost, Madeleine Ozeray,
1932: [] Aren't we all? (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry Lachman, with Emily Fitzroy, Rita Page, Owen Nares,
1932: [] Wem nie von Liebe Leid geschah (Director of Photography), Directed by Solange Térac, with Magdeleine Berubet, Marcelle Chantal, Christiane Delyne,
1931: [05/06] Vampyr (The Strange Case of David Grey, Castle of Doom, Not against the Flesh, The Vampire, The Strange Adventure of David Gray, Adventures of David Gray) (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer, with N Babanini, Albert Bras, Henriette Gérard,
1931: [/ /1] Le costaud de PTT (Director), Directed by Jean Bertin,
1931: [] Le Monsieur de Minuit (Director of Photography), Directed by Harry Lachman, with Josseline Gael, Jean Gobet, Jules Moy,
1930: [08.01] Prix de beauté (Miss Europe) (Beauty Prize) (Director of Photography: (AKA R. Maté) ), Directed by Augusto Genina, with Louise Brooks, Georges Charlia, Augusto Bandini,
1928: [] La passion de Jeanne d'Arc (The Passion of Joan of Arc) (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer, with Renée Falconetti, André Berlet, Eugène Silvain,
1927: [] Die Hochstaplerin (Director of Photography), Directed by Martin Berger, with Ruth Weyher, Anton Pointner, Philipp Manning,
1924: [09.26] Mikaël (Chained: the Story of the Third Sex, Heart's Desire) (Director of Photography), Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer, with Walter Slezak, Max Auzinger, Nora Gregor,
1923: [10.13] Der Kaufmann von Venedig (The Merchant of Venice) (Director of Photography), Directed by Peter Paul Felner, with Werner Krauss, Hans Brausewetter, Henny Porten,
1920: [12.24] Alpentragödie (Director of Photography), Directed by Emil Leyde, with Viktor Eckhardt, , Susa Walther-Grassi,

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