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He was an uncredited special effects consultant and credited still photographer for Stanley Kubrick's 1964 film Dr.Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.
In 1938, Fellig was the only New York newspaper reporter with a permit to have a portable police-band shortwave radio.
His given name was changed to Arthur when he emigrated with his family to New York in 1909.
There he took numerous odd jobs, including working as a street photographer of children on his pony and as an assistant to a commercial photographer.
Using a plastic lens, he made a famous photograph of Marilyn Monroe in which her face is grotesquely distorted yet still recognizable.
For the 1950 movie The Yellow Cab Man, Weegee contributed a sequence in which automobile traffic is wildly distorted.
and he lectured at the New School for Social Research.
Advertising and editorial assignments for magazines followed, including Life and beginning in 1945, Vogue.In 1924 he was hired as a darkroom technician by Acme Newspictures (later United Press International Photos).He left, however, in 1935 to become a freelance photographer.While Fellig would shoot a variety of subjects and individuals, he also had a sense of what sold best: names make news.There's a fight between a drunken couple on Third Avenue or Ninth Avenue in Hell's Kitchen, nobody cares. But if society has a fight in a Cadillac on Park Avenue and their names are in the Social Register, this makes news and the papers are interested in that.Wald was nominated for an Academy Award for his screenplay, co-written with screenwriter, Albert Maltz, who would later be blacklisted in the Mc Carthy-era.