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Archibald Job Stout (March 30, 1886 – March 10, 1973), ASC was an American cinematographer whose career spanned from 1914 to 1954.[1][2][3] He enjoyed a long and fruitful association with John Ford, working as the principal cinematographer on Fort Apache (1948) and second unit cinematographer on She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) and The Quiet Man (1952), becoming the only 2nd unit cinematographer to receive an Oscar.[4] In a wide-ranging career, he also worked on such films as the original version of The Ten Commandments (1923) and several Hopalong Cassidy and Tarzan films. His last film was the airborne disaster movie The High and the Mighty in 1954.

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Archie Stout
Archibald Job Stout

(1886-03-30)March 30, 1886
Renwick, Iowa, US
DiedMarch 10, 1973(1973-03-10) (aged 86)
Los Angeles, California, US
Years active1914-1954
Spouse(s)Laura Grace Fuller (married 1900s-1910s)
Evelyn M. Stout (1920s)
Bernice Viola Weston (1930s-1954)
Left to right: Irene Rich, Gail Russell, and John Wayne in Angel and the Badman (1947).

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