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Who is Albert Nozaki?
Albert Nozaki was an art director who worked on various films for Paramount Pictures. He is perhaps best known for his memorable design of the Martian war machines from the 1953 film The War of the Worlds and for his art direction on the epic The Ten Commandments. He retired in 1969 due to retinitis pigmentosa, which ultimately cost him his sight. Starting out at Paramount as a draftsman in the Paramount set-design department in 1934, he retired in 1969 as the studio's supervising art director for feature films.
- also known as Al Nozaki
- born on (104 years ago) in Tokyo
- nationality: United States of America
- education: University of Southern California
- profession: Art director
- Marriage with Lorna Nozaki until
- died on (12 years ago) in Los Angeles of pneumonia
- nomination: - nominated to Academy Award for Best Production Design - "The Ten Commandments", with Walter H. Tyler, Samuel M. Comer, Ray Moyer & Hal Pereira
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Dictionary of Films (1972)
by Georges Sadoul, Peter Morris
Frank Photog Loyal Griggs Art Dir Hal Pereira, Walter Tyler, Albert Nozaki Mus Elmer Bernstein Ed Anne Bauchens Special Effects John P. Fulton Cast ...
by Robert Beck
Albert Nozaki, Sam M. Comer, and Ray Moyer; CINEMATOGRAPHY, Loyal Griggs; COSTUME DESIGN, Edith Head, Ralph Jester, John Jensen, Dorothy Jeakins, and Arnold Friberg; FILM EDITING, Anne Bauchens; SOUND RECORDING, ...
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