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Allen Daviau

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Director Of Photography

Van Helsing  (2004)

| USA, Czech Republic, Romania
Directed by: Stephen Sommers
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau

Cinematographer

The Astronaut's Wife  (1999)

| USA
Directed by: Rand Ravich
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau

Cinematographer

Congo  (1995)

| USA
Directed by: Frank Marshall
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau
Edited by: Anne V. Coates

Director Of Photography

Fearless  (1993)

| USA
Directed by: Peter Weir
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau

Director Of Photography

Bugsy  (1991)

| USA
Directed by: Barry Levinson
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau

Director Of Photography

Defending Your Life  (1991)

| USA
Directed by: Albert Brooks
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau
Edited by: David Finfer

Director Of Photography

Harry and the Hendersons  (1987)

| USA
Directed by: William Dear
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau
Edited by: Donn Cambern

Cinematographer

Empire of the Sun  (1987)

| USA
Directed by: Steven Spielberg
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau
Edited by: Michael Kahn

Director Of Photography

The Color Purple  (1985)

| USA
Directed by: Steven Spielberg
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau
Edited by: Michael Kahn

Cinematographer

The Falcon and the Snowman  (1985)

| UK, USA, Mexico
Directed by: John Schlesinger
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau
Edited by: Richard Marden

Director Of Photography: Additional Photography

Racing with the Moon  (1984)

| USA
Directed by: Richard Benjamin
Cinematography by: John Bailey

Director Of Photography: Additional Photography

Top Secret!  (1984)

| UK, USA
Cinematography by: Christopher Challis

Director Of Photography

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial  (1982)

| USA
Directed by: Steven Spielberg
Cinematography by: Allen Daviau
Edited by: Carol Littleton

Additional Photography - 1980 Special Edition: Gobi Desert Sequence

Close Encounters of the Third Kind  (1977)

| USA
Directed by: Steven Spielberg
Cinematography by: Vilmos Zsigmond
Edited by: Michael Kahn

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