Richard C. Glouner dies at 66

Third-generation cinematographer

Richard C. Glouner, a third-generation cinematographer who worked in the industry for over 40 years, died Feb. 9 of Lou Gehrig’s Disease at a hospital in Newport Beach. He was 66.

Glouner began his career in 1955, working as an animation cameraman on Walt Disney’s feature film “The Lady and the Tramp.” He went on to work on TV programs such as “V,” “Return to Mayberry,” “The Girl Most Likely To” and “Logan’s Run.”

Glouner won an Emmy Award in 1975 for his work on the TV show “Columbo.”

In addition to working behind the camera, Glouner taught cinematography courses at the American Film Institute and the U. of Southern California.

Glouner is survived by his wife, Margot, two daughters and four grandchildren.

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