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Norman A. Gunn
From Library & Archives Canada: Biography / Administrative history: Gunn, Norman A: Norman Gunn, cinematographer, was involved with the Ontario Motion Picture Bureau during the 1920s, doing camera assignments. Thereafter he worked at Filmart Lab, doing title work, processing and printing. Later he became connected to Pathe cinema in London. In 1927 Gunn worked as producer for two episodes from the series The Shadow Laughs. Gunn also became a collector of official war films on the First World War. Before his death he resided in Toronto, Ontario. Gunn died 15 December 1981.