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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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Sergio Leone, Otto Preminger, Fritz Lang and Fred Zinnemann are famous 20th Century: Chefs; Film directors; Racing drivers; or National leaders?
Among the most popular local brands are Tuzlanski pilsner, Sarajevsko pivo, Nektar and Preminger.
Rounding out the issue is Richard Teleky's paper on Anatomy of a Murder which investigates the interrelationship between the source novel, it's author's biography, and the resultant Preminger film.
In: Coe FL, Favus MJ, Pak CYC, Parks JH, Preminger GM, eds.
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.
Thus, the European Court of the Human Rights admitted that such artistic creations can be prohibited because the believers have the right not to be insulted in their religious feeling by the artistic expression of third parties (decision as of September 20, 1994, Otto Preminger Institut vs.
The term will feature films by German directors exiled by the Nazi Party in 1933 including Billy Wilder, Fred Zinnemann, Otto Preminger, Robert Siodmak and Edgar Ulmer.
She'd clashed with director Otto Preminger on the set of River Of No Return and that was her crafty revenge.
Preminger commissioned the great Duke Ellington to write an original score for the movie and to use his band to record it.
What Preminger wanted was to make "an American picture .