Edward Dmytryk


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Edward Dmytryk var en regissör, filmarbetare, producent, manusförfattare och skådespelare. Han föddes i Grand Forks, British Columbia den 4 september 1908. Edward Dmytryk dog 1 juli 1999, han blev 90 år. Han är känd för bland annat The Caine Mutiny (1954), Murder, My Sweet (1944), Warlock (1959), The Young Lions (1958) och Lo sbarco di Anzio (1968).

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Edward Dmytryk

Född 1908-09-04 (113 år sedan) i Grand Forks, British Columbia. Död 1999-07-01 (90 år).

Utmärkelse Gala År Prisad för
Golden Globe Award for Best Film Promoting International Understanding (Broken Lance) 12th Golden Globe Awards 1954 Broken Lance
Nominerad för utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Nominerad för
BAFTA Award for Best Film (The Young Lions) 12th British Academy Film Awards 1959 The Young Lions
Golden Globe Award for Best Film Promoting International Understanding (The Young Lions) 16th Golden Globe Awards 1958 The Young Lions
DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film (The Young Lions) 11th Directors Guild of America Awards 1958 The Young Lions
BAFTA Award for Best Film (The Caine Mutiny) 8th British Academy Film Awards 1955 The Caine Mutiny
Golden Globe Award for Best Film Promoting International Understanding (Broken Lance) 12th Golden Globe Awards 1954 Broken Lance
DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film (The Caine Mutiny) 7th Directors Guild of America Awards 1954 The Caine Mutiny
BAFTA Award for Best Film (Crossfire) 2nd British Academy Film Awards 1949 Les Insoumis
Academy Award for Best Director (Crossfire) 20th Academy Awards 1947 Les Insoumis
Namn Från Till Typ av förhållade
Jean Porter(Gifta: 1948–1999-07-01) 1948 1999-07-01 Gifta
Madeleine Robinson(Gifta: 1932–1947) 1932 1947 Gifta

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Edward Dmytryk (September 4, 1908 - July 1, 1999) was an American film director who was amongst the Hollywood Ten, a group of blacklisted film industry professionals who served time in prison for being in contempt of Congress during the McCarthy-era 'red scare'.

Although born in Grand Forks, British Columbia, Canada, Dmytryk grew up in San Francisco when his Ukrainian parents moved to the United States. At the age of 31, he became a naturalized citizen.

His best known films from the pre-McCarthy period of his career were film noirs Crossfire, for which he received a Best Director Oscar nomination, and Murder, My Sweet, the latter an adaptation of Raymond Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In addition, he made two World War II films: Hitler's Children, the story of the Hitler youth and Back to Bataan starring John Wayne.

The late 1940's was the time of the Second Red Scare, and Dmytryk was one of many filmmakers investigated. Summoned to appear before the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC), he refused to cooperate and was sent to jail. After spending several months behind bars, Dmytryk made the decision to testify again, and give the names of his fellow members in the American Communist Party as the HUAC had demanded. On April 25, 1951, Dmytryk appeared before HUAC for the second time, answering all questions. He spoke of his own Party past, a very brief membership in 1945, including the naming of twenty-six former members of left-wing groups. He explained how John Howard Lawson, Adrian Scott, Albert Maltz and others had pressured him to include communist propaganda in his films. His testimony damaged several court cases that others of the so-called "Hollywood 10" had filed. He recounted his experiences of the period in his revealing 1996 book, Odd Man Out: A Memoir of the Hollywood Ten (Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, IL).

For a time, Dmytryk moved to England, and Stanley Kramer hired him to direct a trio of low-budget films before handing Dmytryk The Caine Mutiny. He made films for major studios Columbia, 20th Century Fox, MGM and Paramount Pictures, including, among others, Raintree County, The Left Hand of God, The Young Lions, a remake of the Marlene Dietrich classic The Blue Angel, and The Carpetbaggers. Later into the 60' and 70's, he directed Where Love Has Gone, Anzio, Alvarez Kelly, Shalako, and his final film Bluebeard. The films which he directed featured stars such as Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable, Gene Tierney, Spencer Tracy, Elizabeth Taylor, Bette Davis, Montgomery Clift, Marlon Brando, Sean Connery, Robert Mitchum, Richard Burton, Richard Widmark and Henry Fonda.

After his film career tapered off in the 1970s, he entered academia and taught at the University of Texas at Austin, and at the University of Southern California. He wrote several books on the art of filmmaking (such as "On Film Editing") and lectured at various colleges and theaters, such as the Orson Welles Cinema. Dmytryk died from heart and kidney failure on 1 July, 1999, aged 90, in Encino, California.

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