Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
|Other names||Harold Young|
|Years active||1915–1954 (film)|
Hal Young (1890–1970) was a British cinematographer.  After gaining experience in Hollywood he returned to his native Britain where he was employed by Gainsborough Pictures.
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