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1928 – Born on April 7th in New York, New York. American film director, producer and writer. 1949 – Joined Warner Bros cartoon department as an assistant animator. 1950 – He moved to MGM as an apprentice, and while there worked with the writer-director Don Hartman on the musical Mr. Imperium. 1957 – Pakula became ..

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1898 – Born in Tokyo on the 16th of May. 1913 – His first job was as an advertising designer in Kobe. 1923 – After the Great KantM earthquake on the 1st of September, Mizoguchi moved to Nikkatsu’s Kyoto studios and was working there until a scandal caused him to be temporarily suspended: Yuriko Ichijo, ..

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1895 – Born in Kishinev on the 30th of September. 1919 – He became a naturalized citizen of the United States. 1928 – The film Two Arabian Knights, won him an Oscar in the first Academy Award ceremony. 1929 – Won Two Arabian Knights. 1930 – Won All Quiet on the Western Front. 1931 – ..

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1930 – Born on April 25th in New York City. An American actor, producer, writer and film director. 1953 – Married to Betsy Mazursky on March 12th. 1969-2004 – Directed the films Coast ot Coast, Winchell, Faithful, The Pickle, Scenes from A Mall, Enemies: A Love Story, Moon Over Parador, Down and Out In Beverly ..

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1944 – Born on May 14th in Modesto, California. American film director, producer and screenwriter. 1967-1968 – Won first prize for his 15-minute science-fiction film called THX 1138 4EB: The Electronic Labyrinth at the National Student Film Festival that gave him an invitation from Warner Bros. to watch a film being made. 1969 – Together ..

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1908 – Born on March 25th in Croydon, Surrey, England. British film director whose literate, epic productions featured spectacular cinematography and stunning locales. 1928 – He began his film career as a teaboy for Gaumont-British studios, where he soon was promoted to clapboard boy, and finally to editor, a position at which he excelled. 1942 ..

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1922 – Born on the 13th of January. 1940 – Lamorisse began making short films. 1950 – He is also known for creating the popular strategy board game Risk. 1952 – Directed movies "Crin Blanc". 1955 – "Le Ballon Rouge". 1956 – He was a French filmmaker best known for The Red Balloon, a short ..

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1954 – Born on November 24th in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. 1981 – He made the successful feature debut Sjecas li se, Dolly Bell which won best first film Golden Lion in Venice Film Festival. 1986-1988 – He played bass guitar in "Zabranjeno Pusenje", a rock band from his hometown Sarajevo. 1989 – He co-wrote the screenplays ..

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1941 – Born on the 27th of June in Warsaw, Poland. 1957 – He then entered the College for Theatre Technicians in Warsaw. 1964-1968 – He attended the government allowed a relatively high degree of artistic freedom at the school. 1970 – His television film Workers ’71, which showed workers discussing the reasons for the ..

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1912 – Born in Rochester, New York on the 24th of November. 1938 – His first film A Man to Remember, listed as one of the best top ten film by The New York Times. 1942 – In collaboration with his wife, actress Ruth Gordon, writing the classic Spencer Tracy/Katharine Hepburn film comedies 1955 – ..

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