Movies with Cinematography by Milton R. Krasner

List of all films where Milton R. Krasner, cinematographer, did the cinematography. This list of Milton R. Krasner films/movies is sorted alphabetically and includes trailers of the movies when available. While this isn't necessarily a list of all Milton R. Krasner movies it does include the most popular ones. The films on this list include both big blockbusters and smaller indie films, but the commonality is that all of these movies were shot by Milton R. Krasner.

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Almost all Milton R. Krasner cinematography credits are included. While they usually don't operate the camera, cinematographers like Milton R. Krasner are said to have "shot" films. Cinematographers, better known as DPs, have the final say for any lighting and framing during the filming of the movie. These are the most famous movies where Milton R. Krasner did the cinematography. You're able to copy this fact-based list to build your own just like it, re-rank it to fit your opinions, then publish it to share with your friends. {#nodes}
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  • 23 Paces to Baker Street
    Van Johnson, Vera Miles, Cecil Parker
    • Released: 1956
    • Directed by: Henry Hathaway
    While drowning his sorrows at the local bar, blind writer Phillip Hannon (Van Johnson) eavesdrops on a nearby conversation. Convinced that he's just overheard details of a kidnapping plot, Hannon ...more
  • A Certain Smile
    Rossano Brazzi, Joan Fontaine, Christine Carère
    • Released: 1958
    • Directed by: Jean Negulesco
    French university student Dominique Vallon (Christine Carère) returns home for the summer break to find her parents still mourning the accidental death of her brother. Dismayed, Dominique spends time ...more
  • A Double Life
    Ronald Colman, Signe Hasso, Shelley Winters
    • Released: 1947
    • Directed by: George Cukor
    Highly regarded theater actor Anthony John (Ronald Colman) has a violent temper, which leads his actress wife, Brita (Signe Hasso), to leave him. When the two perform together in a production of ...more
  • A Gentleman After Dark
    Brian Donlevy, Miriam Hopkins
    • Released: 1942
    • Directed by: Edwin L. Marin
    A Gentleman After Dark is a 1942 crime/drama film starring Brian Donlevy and Miriam Hopkins.
  • All About Eve
    Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, Celeste Holm
    • Released: 1950
    • Directed by: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
    Backstage story revolving around aspiring actress Eve Harrington. Tattered and forlorn, Eve shows up in the dressing room of Broadway mega-star Margo Channing, telling a melancholy life story to ...more

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  • Along Came Jones
    Gary Cooper, Loretta Young, William Demarest
    • Released: 1945
    • Directed by: Stuart Heisler
    Melody Jones (Gary Cooper) is a laid-back cowboy who gets lost on the trail and ends up in the small town of Payneville. Seeing the initials "MJ" on his saddle, the people of Payneville mistake Jones ...more

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