Cinematographer Laszlo Fly Fishes in Retirement

Andrew Laszlo is required study for students at most film schools. Born in Hungary in 1926, he survived World War II and later earned Emmy nominations for “The Man Without a Country” (1973) and the 1980 mini-series “Shogun.” Now he spends his time writing and fly fishing in northwest North Carolina. Mark Burger in the Winston-Salem Journal.

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