Samuel Goldwyn

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United States film maker (born in Poland) who founded his own film company and later merged with Louis B

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According to ( Curbed Los Angeles , the mansion was built in 1934 for movie mogul Samuel Goldwyn Sr.
Goldwyn's indie operation, the Samuel Goldwyn Co., founded in 1979, helped create a business model -- low production costs, guerrilla marketing -- that allowed art-house movies to grow into a powerful cultural and economic force.
Then she signed with Metro-Goldwvn-Mayer (not connected with Samuel Goldwyn) and appeared in a few more films in the following years.
Milne, English writer, 1956, SAMUEL Goldwyn, film producer, 1974
Answers: 1-2, Dorothy Parker; 3-7, Oscar Wilde; 8, Samuel Goldwyn; 9-10, Samuel Johnson.
One of the screenwriters even confronted him after the event held at the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in Los Angeles.
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The Goldwyn Girls were a musical stock company of female dancers employed by the film's producer, Samuel Goldwyn, and while it launched the career of stars including Betty Grable and Virginia Mayo, Swedish-American actress Ann-Margret Olson, better-known as Ann-Margret, wasn't one of them.
The actress, who was nominated last year for her role in AoRachel Getting MarriedAo, will join Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President Tom Sherak for the big reveal next Tuesday.Sherak and Hathaway will unveil the nominations in 10 of the 24 categories at an early morning news conference at the AcademyAAEs Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.AoInglourious BasterdsAo, AoUp in the AirAo, AoAvatarAo and AoThe Hurt LockerAo have emerged as movie favorites ahead of the Oscars, whileAaJeff Bridges,AaGeorge Clooney,AaMeryl Streep,AaSandra Bullock, Jeremy Renner,AaChristoph WaltzAaandAaMoAAEniqueAaare among the actors and actresses front runners to land Academy Awards.The Oscars will be handed out on March 7 at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood
Selznick and Samuel Goldwyn, controlling Hollywood for their gain.
Amazing Grace, a sweeping historical drama from Samuel Goldwyn Films, is one of the first explicitly Christian films of 2007.
Based on her interviews with Sir Nigel and extensive research, Kathleen Riley's book has a foreword by Thelma Holt and includes interviews with close friends and colleagues including Alan Bennett, Samuel Goldwyn Jnr, Nicholas Hytner, Jonathan Lyml and Sheridan Morley.
It will trace several centuries of Jewish history in Poland and pay homage to famous Polish-born Jews including director Roman Polanski, film producer Samuel Goldwyn and Israel's first prime minister, David Ben Gurion.
* Written and directed by Angela Robinson * Starring Sara Foster and Jordana Brewster * Destination and Samuel Goldwyn Films
Mark Twain once admonished, "The art of prophecy is very difficult, especially with respect to the future." And Samuel Goldwyn of MGM went even further to say, "Never make forecasts, especially about the future."