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James Dean posing in a casket, photographed by Dennis Stock, 1955.

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"In front of the camera, he had an instinct that was nearly uncanny. I don’t recall ever working with anyone who had such a gift. I recall one scene, where he was in a shadow, and had to lift his head to the light. We explained how it should go and he played it exactly right, to the half inch, the first time. He just seemed to know how it should be, without rehearsal or anything." — William C. Mellor, Cinematographer

"In front of the camera, he had an instinct that was nearly uncanny. I don’t recall ever working with anyone who had such a gift. I recall one scene, where he was in a shadow, and had to lift his head to the light. We explained how it should go and he played it exactly right, to the half inch, the first time. He just seemed to know how it should be, without rehearsal or anything."
— William C. Mellor, Cinematographer

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James Dean photographed by Richard C. Miller, 1955.

James Dean photographed by Richard C. Miller, 1955.

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James Dean & Mushy Callahan on the set of “Rebel Without A Cause”

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James Dean & Mushy Callahan on the set of “Rebel Without A Cause”

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On the set of “Macbeth” at UCLA, 1950.

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On the set of “Macbeth” at UCLA, 1950.

James Dean photographed by Sanford Roth, 1955.

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