Gordon Willis, the groundbreaking cinematographer who shot the "Godfather" movies for
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Nicknamed the "Prince of Darkness" by fellow cinematographer Conrad Hall, Willis was known for his daring use of shadow and striking chiaroscuro.
His work in the 1970s with such directors as Coppola, Allen and Alan J. Pakula -- for whom he shot "Klute," "The Parallax View" and "All the President's Men" -- helped define the aesthetics of an era.
Willis' other credits include "Pennies from Heaven," "Zelig," "The Purple Rose of Cairo," "Malice" and "The Devil's Own."