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Eugene Gaudio

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Cause of death  appendicitis
Name  Eugene Gaudio
Relatives  Tony Gaudio (brother)
Title  A.S.C. Founding Member
Occupation  Cinematographer

Eugene Gaudio
Born  December 31, 1886 (1886-12-31) Cosenza, Italy
Died  August 1, 1920(1920-08-01) (aged 33)

Eugene Gaudio (Decembmer 31, 1886 – August 1, 1920) was a cinematographer.

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Biography

Brother of future A.S.C. member Tony Gaudio, Eugene Gaudio was born in Cosenza in Italy on December 31, 1886. He learned photography in his father’s portrait studio and developed an interest in movies around 1905. After coming to the United States, he served as lab superintendent for IMP and the Life Photo Film Corporation. Arriving in California in 1915, Gaudio came out of the darkroom and went behind the camera for Universal. The best-known of his early efforts as a cinematographer is the 1916 production of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. He later photographed films for Metro’s top female stars, Alla Nazimova and May Allison. His final work was with actress Bessie Barriscale’s B. B. Features.

Gaudio suffered an acute attack of appendicitis and died on August 1, 1920, from general peritonitis after an operation. Gaudio is buried at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.

Cinematographer

  • The House of Fear (1915)
  • The White Terror (1915)
  • The House of Fear (1915)
  • Elusive Isabel (1916)
  • 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916)
  • Revelation (1918)
  • The Shell Game (1918)
  • Social Hypocrites (1918)
  • Toys of Fate (1918)
  • The House of Gold (1918)
  • The House of Mirth (1918)
  • Eye for Eye (1918)
  • Out of the Fog (1919)
  • One-Thing-At-a-Time O'Day (1919)
  • The Uplifters (1919)
  • The Man Who Stayed at Home (1919)
  • The Brat (1919)
  • Kitty Kelly, M.D. (1919)
  • Beckoning Roads (1919)
  • The Luck of Geraldine Laird (1920)
  • The Notorious Mrs. Sands (1920)
  • Life's Twist (1920)
  • References

    Eugene Gaudio Wikipedia


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