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I've always thought so, and thank you for selecting it. Seeing it here is like having the film's cinematography win some kind of well-deserved award! Though Mario Bava was the credited cinematographer, he was primarily in charge of lighting and storyboarding. There is something about the framing of this shot that speaks to the particular input of Bava's camera operator, Ubaldo Terzano, who went on to work with Luigi Kuveiller.
I love that Tim Lucas can come on here and casually mention Ubaldo Terzano and Luigi Kuveiller the same way someone else might list their favourite ball players.Tim, if you have any spare Bava pics that didn't make it into your book (although that's hard to imagine), feel free to shoot 'em our way...
Yeah, I heard they were decent fielding, but couldn't hit big league pitching.
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