|Died||20 May 2021|
|Years active||1951 - 1992|
Jean Penzer (born 1 October 1927) was a French cinematographer. He contributed to more than sixty films from 1951 to 1992.
|1992||The Return of Casanova|
|1991||Amelia Lópes O'Neill|
|1986||Tenue de soirée|
|1985||He Died with His Eyes Open|
|1984||Le Bon Plaisir|
|1983||My Best Friend's Girl|
|1982||Une chambre en ville|
|1978||Get Out Your Handkerchiefs|
|1976||Le Corps de mon ennemi|
|Peur sur la ville|
|1973||Hail the Artist|
|1971||Without Apparent Motive|
|1967||The Two of Us|
|1962||The Seven Deadly Sins|
|1961||Five Day Lover|
|1960||Les Jeux de l'amour|
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