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    Billy Bitzer Gottfried Wilhelm Bitzer (April 21, 1872 – April 29, 1944) was an American cinematographer, notable for his close association and pioneering work with D. W. Griffith . Contents 1 Biography 2 Selected filmography 3 References 4 Further reading 5 External links Biography [ edit]

  2. Billy Bitzer, byname of Gottfried Wilhelm Bitzer, (born April 21, 1874, Boston—died April 29, 1944, Hollywood), U.S. motion-picture cameraman who, in partnership with the pioneer director D.W. Griffith, developed camera techniques that set the standard for all future motion pictures and stimulated important experimentation in the field.

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  3. Billy Bitzer, el fotógrafo más prolífico del cine mudo. Sin duda el más prolífico de los directores de fotografía del periodo mudo aunque su larga trayectoria en el cine incluyera un par de títulos del sonoro, La melodía del amor (1929), de David W. Griffith, y The passing show (1933), de Raymond Cannon. Pero Bitzer no fue sólo un autor con una ...

  4. Bitzer, Billy (1872-1944). Director de fotografía americano nacido el 21 de abril de 1872 en Rosbury/Boston (Massachusetts) y fallecido el 29 de abril de 1944 en California. De nombre completo Johann Gottlob Wilhem Bitzer.

  5. 5 de may. de 2018 · “ Billy Bitzer, byname of Gottfried Wilhelm Bitzer, (born April 21, 1874, Boston—died April 29, 1944, Hollywood), U.S. motion-picture cameraman who, in partnership with the pioneer director D.W. Griffith, developed camera techniques that set the standard for all future motion pictures and stimulated important experimentation in the field.

  6. Billy Bitzer es un Cámara de Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA. Descubre su biografía, filmografía, imágenes, vídeos, el detalle de sus años de carrera, dónde ver sus películas o series y ...

  7. Gottfried Wilhelm "Billy" Bitzer (April 21, 1874 - April 29, 1944) was a pioneering cinematographer notable for his close association with D. W. Griffith. Bitzer provided assistance during Griffith's directorial debut, 1908's The Adventures of Dollie, which was shot by Arthur Marvin.