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Barry Lyndon  (1975)

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The movie Barry Lyndon, released in 1975 and directed by Stanley Kubrick, was shot on film using ARRIFLEX 35 BL Camera, Mitchell BNC Camera and Carl Zeiss Planar 50 mm f0.7 Lens (Modified by Ed DiGiulio), Carl Zeiss Planar 50mm with Kollmorgen Adaptor 36.5 mm f0.7 (Modified by Ed DiGiulio), Cinema Products Cine-Pro 24-480 mm T9 Zoom Lens with John Alcott as cinematographer and editing by Tony Lawson.
Directed by | Stanley Kubrick
Cinematography by | John Alcott
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Barry Lyndon
Lady Honoria Lyndon
The Chevalier Du Balibari
Capt. Potzdorf
Nora Brady
Barry's Mother
Rev. Samuel Runt
Sir Charles Lyndon
Lord Gustavus Adolphus Wendover
Capt. Feeny - The Highwayman
Capt. Grogan
Capt. John Quin
Lord Bullingdon
Recruiting Soldier
King George III
Seamus Feeny
Lt. Jonathan Fakenham
Sir Richard
Dr. Broughton
British Soldier
Seamus Feeney
Diner At Feast For Lord Wendover - Left Of Barry's Mother
British Soldier
Prince Of Tübingen
Col. Bulow
Bryan Patrick Lyndon
Mr. Brady - Nora's Father
Toole - Soldier In Fistfight
Young Bullingdon
Barry's Second
Lord Hallam
Horse Seller
Innkeeper
Magic Show Spectator
Gentleman
Barry's Fight Second
Duel Steward
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Advisor: Gambling
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One Response to “Barry Lyndon”

  1. Csaba says:

    According to AC, Barry Lyndon was shot with Arriflex 35BL and only the candellight scenes were filmed with the Mitchell.

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