John L. Russell

American cinematographer.

John Lowell Russell Jr. (May 15, 1905 – July 22, 1967), sometimes credited as Jack Russell, was an American cinematographer who was known for his work on films like Psycho (for which he earned an Academy Award nomination) as well as his extensive work on TV.

He was credited on more than 80 films and TV shows over the course of his long career in the industry. He was the son of screenwriter Lillian Case Russell and actor John Lowell Russell, and was married to screenwriter Vy Russell.

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