George Stevens

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United States filmmaker (1905-1975)


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Frank Capra, John Ford, John Huston, George Stevens, and William Wyler were all well beyond the age at which they could have been drafted, but decided on their own accord to go against the industry curve and actively join the war effort.
George Stevens directed such popular and significant films as Shane, Giant, A Place in the Sun, and The Diary of Anne Frank.
George Stevens, senior Unite steward at University Hospital, said: "Inflation is 3.
Having served up a main course of Tracy, Kate Remembered gives us some decorous dish on Hepburn's dalliances with Howard Hughes, John Ford, and George Stevens.
Mr George Stevens has joined to the Board with immediate effect and has been
Former Royal Engineer George Stevens, aged 85, had travelled from his home in Walsall with his wife Dorothy.
There was a minor shake-up in the betting for the Victor Chandler Handicap Chase following Redemption's length-and-a-quarter defeat of Monkerhostin in the George Stevens Handicap Hurdle at Cheltenham yesterday, the first leg of a double for Twiston-Davies and his Welsh jockey Carl Llewellyn.
Recently he hobnobbed with such Hollywood luminaries as Morgan Freeman, Glenn Close, Sydney Pollack, Donald Sutherland, and Sam Waterston at a party given by the American Film Institute's George Stevens.
One of the things that recommends this book is that Keevak constantly reminds us that far from being simply a recent concern, the controversy surrounding Shakespeare's sexuality, and particularly the sexuality depicted in the Sonnets, was well in place by the end of the eighteenth century, with George Stevens refusing to publish an edition of the Sonnets on essentially moral grounds and criticizing Edmond Malone for doing so.
It isn't often (if ever) that a Jew gets to play Christ, but director George Stevens cast Swedish actor Max yon Sydow in The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) in another long slog that was dubbed Jesus Christ Superbore by one critic.
George Stevens, chairman of the joint "staffside" forum which represents up to 15 different unions operating at the superhospital, said: "After 27 years in the NHS I have worked under a few regimes and it would be fair to say that David Roberts has been someone I could talk to.
35pm), featuring colour footage of Allied campaigns captured by film-maker George Stevens.
But the producer of the concert, George Stevens, insisted it was not a "showbiz, glitzy occasion".
Bob is preceded in death by two brothers, George Stevens of Webster, Mass, and John Stevens of Plainfield, Conn; five sisters, Eleanor Forcier of Leicester, MA, Arlene Johnson of Leicester, MA, Dorothy Stevens of Worcester, MA, Alice Slingo of Oxford, MA and Ruth Stevens of Webster, MA.
For his next book, HOW TO BE A MOVIE STAR: Elizabeth Taylor in Hollywood, Mann spoke to previously reticent sources (including Mike Nichols) and gained access to the private papers of George Stevens, George Cukor, Vincente Minnelli, Ernest Lehman and Hedda Hopper.