Tony Imi

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Tony Imi BSC (27 March 1937 8 March 2010 [1] ) was a British motion picture and television cinematographer. [2] He was born in London, England.

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References

  1. "IMI - Deaths Announcements". The Daily Telegraph . 2010-03-17. Retrieved 2012-04-26.
  2. Obituary London Guardian , 27 April 2010.