March 30, 1920 (Barcelona, Spain) - December 17, 1983 (Barcelona)
One of the more prolific Spanish Cinematographers and camera operators in the Euro-Western genre, Marin lent his talents to 14 westerns, including both of Duccio Tessari’s huge Spaghetti western hits, A Pistol for Ringo (1965) and The Return of Ringo (1965). He also worked on Tepepa (1969), Days of Vengeance (1967), Twice a Judas (1968), Red Blood Yellow Gold (1967), as well as the Spain/USA co-produced Audie Murphy vehicle, The Texican (1969). Outside of the Spaghetti Western genre, Marin worked as either Cinematographer or Camera operator on some 60 films spanning from the 1940s to the 1970s, including Even Angels Eat Beans (1973), The Wild Men of Kurdistan (1965), Street Warriors (1977) and Kingdom of the Silver Lion (1965).
Year of Induction: 2018