, the director made specific requests to shoot Vivien's scene both with and without her fearing that she would not last until the end of the shooting and wanted to make sure they had everything covered.
Adorno, Brecht, Charlie Chaplin, Harold Clurman, Jules Dassin, William Dieterle
, Max Horkheimer, Herb Kline, Fritz Lang, Odets, Max Reinhardt, Jean Renoir, and Schoenberg.
Directed by William Dieterle
, whose masterpiece is the dreamlike "The Devil and Daniel Webster," "Tennessee Johnson" is notable for the campaign of repression waged against it: Vincent Price, Zero Mostel, and Ben Hecht, among others, petitioned the Office of War Information to destroy the film in the interest of national unity.
The attraction of Holywood before 1933 that brought Marlene Dietrich, Vicki Baum, and William Dieterle
to California is not mentioned.
BenetAAEs story, previously brought to the screen in an Oscar-winning 1941 version directed by William Dieterle
, follows a luckless New Hampshire farmer named Jabez Stone, whose fortunes improve markedly after he signs a contract with a certain Mr Scratch.
One of the first gems his research unearths is that Max Reinhardt had initially dreamed of casting Charlie Chaplin as Bottom, Greta Garbo as Titania, Gary Cooper as Lysander, Clark Gable as Demetrius, Joan Crawford as Helena, Myrna Loy as Hermia and, best of all, Fred Astaire as Puck for the film of A Midsummer Night's Dream he eventually made with William Dieterle
He claims he played the Changeling Prince in the 1935 film of A Midsummer Night's Dream shot by renowned German theater director Max Reinhardt and William Dieterle
on a shimmering soundstage that recalls the forest in Anger's own Rabbit's Moon.
Y ademas de la muy fallida Aquellos anos, estelariza otros filmes, entre ellos Mexicanos al grito de guerra, de Alvaro Galvez y Fuentes, donde el extraordinario Miguel Inclan interpreta al Benemerito, y Juarez, de William Dieterle
, donde Paul Muni es el Indio de Guelatao, recien desprendido del Museo de Cera de Madame Tussaud .
Another challenge for Hoffman was to match the enchantment of earlier screen adaptations of the play, especially the Max Reinhardt William Dieterle
production put together by MGM in 1935, embellished with Felix Mendelssohn's incidental music, a Russian ballet troupe, and a cast that included the leading comic character actors of the day.
The film, staring Anthony Hopkins, Alec Baldwin, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Dan Aykroyd and Kim Cattrall is based on the 1937 short story by Stephen Vincent Benet and is a remake of a 1941 film directed by William Dieterle
Comme dans Portrait of Jennie (1948) de William Dieterle
, oo le fantome de Jennie vieillit de plusieurs annees entre ses rencontres avec le personnage principal (2), Isaac se rend plusieurs fois dans les vignes et, a chaque fois, l'outillage des ouvriers semble de plus en plus moderne ; de meme, lorsqu'il vient apporter les photos a la mere d'Angelica, le personnage principal s'arrete devant une chapelle a l'abandon aux abords de la villa, qui donne la sensation que le recit est brusquement propulse vers une epoque future, dans laquelle la famille de la jeune femme aurait deserte les lieux.
made a superb film of Benet's story, but why has no movie ever been made of Webster's gargantuan life?