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Preminger

Otto (Ludwig). 1906--86, US film director, born in Austria. His films include Carmen Jones (1954) and Anatomy of a Murder (1959)
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At Harvard, Dr Preminger has negotiated a number of licensing and strategic alliance agreements with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and supported the launch of many biotechnology start-ups.
Preminger, who first gained recognition for his film noir pieces, is credited for his groundbreaking role in tackling then-controversial subjects such as drug addiction and homosexuality on the big screen.
He worked with Preminger again, on Advise and Consent (1962), and penned more than a dozen other filmed screenplays before his death--Hotel, in 1967, and The Poseidon Adventure, with Stirling Silliphant, in 1972, were the most notable--but Anatomy of a Murder is his most significant project.
In: Coe FL, Favus MJ, Pak CYC, Parks JH, Preminger GM, eds.
Directed by Otto Preminger, written by Wendell Mayes from the novel by James Bassett, starring John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, Patricia Neal, Tom Tryon, Brandon De Wilde, Jill Haworth, Dana Andrews, Patrick O'Neal, Barbara Bouchet, 1965, 165 minutes, black and white, not rated.
beaucoup moins que]La riviere sans retour[beaucoup plus grand que], un long metrage western du realisateur Otto Preminger a ete projete, samedi dernier, a la cinematheque algerienne, Alger.
Bass' career rose to new heights soon after he bagged an opportunity to work under filmmaker Otto Preminger, who later gave him the opportunity to create the title sequence for his film Carmen Jones.
Su primer trabajo relevante llegaria en 1954, cuando el cineasta y productor Otto Preminger le encargo el cartel de su pelicula Carmen Jones.
Colourful, clichd Western from Otto Preminger, clearly out of his element.
She'd clashed with director Otto Preminger on the set of River Of No Return and that was her crafty revenge.
By way of New York and various roles on Broadway, Preminger arrived in Hollywood, first to produce but soon to direct.