Woody Bredel's name doesn't often come up when distinguished DPs from the 1940s are discussed -- but it should.
He was a major player in the Hollywood studio system and one of his best entries is being broadcast on TCM tomorrow (Tuesday, August 5th) at 3:15 PM PDT. It's called "The Unsuspected" and in addition to the baroque lighting and strong cinematography, it's a great film, directed by Michael Curtiz.
Check it out -- Mr. Bredel also shot "The Killers" (1946). Both of these films are textbook examples of classic black and white cinematography.
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