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John G. Morris (1916–2017)

John G. Morris was born on December 7, 1916 in Maple Shade, New Jersey, USA as John Godfrey Morris. He was married to Tana Hoban, Marjorie Smith, Marjorie Smith Morris, Mary Adele Crosby and Mary Crosby Morris. He died on July 28, 2017 in Paris, France. See full bio »


(age 100) in Paris, France

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D-Day 6.6.1944 Himself - London Picture Editor, Life Magazine
Na plovárne Himself


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 2017 One Day with John G. Morris (TV Short documentary)
 2014 El món on volíem viure. Robert Capa, 15 de gener de 1939 (TV Movie documentary)
 2013 Get the Picture (Documentary)
 2013 Fred Lyon: Living Through the Lens (Documentary)
 2010 John G. Morris: Eleven Frames (Documentary short)
 2005 Beyond Words: Photographers of War (TV Movie documentary)
 2004 Robert Capa: The Man Who Believed His Own Legend (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (as John Morris)
 2004 Na plovárne (TV Series)
- Na plovárne s Johnem Morrisem (2004) ... Himself (as John Morris)
 2004 D-Day 6.6.1944 (TV Movie)
Himself - London Picture Editor, Life Magazine (as John Morris)

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In London during WWII he edited Robert Capa's historic pictures of the D-Day invasion, and got them shipped to New York in time for the following week's issue of "Life" magazine. He also worked for the "New York Times", the "Washington Post", "National Geographic" and the Magnum Photos agency. See more »

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