Highlights and Shadows: The Memoirs of a Hollywood Cameraman
Charles G. Clarke (1899-1983) was a prolific Hollywood cinematographer whose career extended from the Twenties through the early Sixties. Among his best-known films are Miracle on 34th Street and Carousel. Clarke's autobography is filled with unique anecdotes and personal observations on those with whom he worked, including Will Rogers, John Ford, and Henry King.
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