Archie Stout

 

Archie Stout

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Archie Stout, A. S. C. was a second unit photographer whose career spanned from 1921 to 1954. In a career largely confined to B movies, he provided cinematography assistance on such films as the original version of The Ten Commandments and several Hopalong Cassidy and Tarzan films. He enjoyed a long and fruitful association with John Ford, working on Fort Apache, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and The Quiet Man, becoming the only 2nd unit cinematographer to receive an Academy Award. His last film was the airborne disaster movie The High and the Mighty in 1954

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Archie Stout

Born 1886-03-30 (135 years ago) in Renwick. Dead 1973-03-10 (86 years).

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
Academy Award for Best Cinematography (The Quiet Man) 25th Academy Awards 1952 The Quiet Man
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
Academy Award for Best Cinematography (The Quiet Man) 25th Academy Awards 1952 The Quiet Man
Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
Evelyn Stout(Gifta) Gifta

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Archie Stout, A.S.C. was a second unit photographer whose career spanned from 1921 to 1954. In a career largely confined to B movies, he provided cinematography assistance on such films as the original version of The Ten Commandments and several Hopalong Cassidy and Tarzan films. He enjoyed a long and fruitful association with John Ford, working on Fort Apache, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and The Quiet Man, becoming the only 2nd unit cinematographer to receive an Academy Award. His last film was the airborne disaster movie The High and the Mighty in 1954.

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