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Born in El Reno, Indian Territory (now Oklahoma), Kenneth Peach entered the film industry in 1923 and became a director of photography in 1926. He worked with composite processes, miniatures, montages and matte shots for Tiffany Pictures for two years, then joined Fred Jackman's technical effects department at Warner Bros.- First National for three years. In 1931 he joined RKO Pictures' special effects department. In 1933 he began a long association with producer Hal Roach of Hal Roach Studios, where he shot many of the comedy shorts of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.

Kenneth D. Peach Sr. was born in El Reno, Indian Territory (in what is now Oklahoma). Peach entered the film industry in 1923 and became a director of photography in 1926. He worked with composite processes, miniatures, montages and matte shots for Tiffany Pictures for two years, then joined Fred Jackman's technical effects department at Warner Bros.- First National for three years. In 1931 he joined RKO Pictures' special effects department. In 1933 he began a long association with producer Hal Roach of Hal Roach Studios, where he shot several Laurel and Hardy films (Dirty Work, Sons of the Desert). In his later career, he worked in both film and television, in TV series such as Lassie (73 episodes, 1958–1960), The Outer Limits (25 episodes, 1964–1965), H.R. Pufnstuf (17 episodes, 1969–1970), Taxi (59 episodes, 1980–1983), before retiring in 1984.

Kenneth Peach

Born

Kenneth D. Peach, Sr.


March 6, 1903

El Reno, Oklahoma, U.S.

DiedFebruary 27, 1988 (aged 84)

Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Other namesKenOccupationCinematographerYears active1923–1984Spouse(s)

Pauline Curley (m. 1922)

Children

  • Kenneth D. Peach, Jr. (1930–2006)
  • Pauline A. Reynolds (b. 1935)
  • Martin S. Peach (b. 1949)
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