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: film 70 George-A-Romero.html George A. Romero Biography (1940–) Romero attended Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University. After graduating in 1960, George Romero he began his career shooting short films and commercials. One of his early commercial films, a segment for ''Mister Rogers' Neighborhood'' in which Mr


, Italy, he began his career shooting short subjects for Italian film companies. He moved to New York City in 1906 and worked in Vitagraph's film laboratory until the company was bought by Warner Bros. and he was promoted to cinematographer. His credits include ''Hell's Angels (Hell's Angels (film))'' (1930), ''Little Caesar (Little Caesar (film))'' (1931), ''The Story of Louis Pasteur'' (1936), ''The Life of Emile Zola'' (1937), '' The Adventures of Robin Hood

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during his time in office. Although he made significant reforms, his term ended with a high profile bribery scandal when it was found that several high level state employees had been accepting bribes to influence their decision in assigning construction contracts. Craig was personally uninvolved in the scandal but was held responsible for it by the public, ending his political career. '''''Shooting Dogs''''', released in the United States as '''''Beyond the Gates''''', is a 2005 film

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