Samuel Fuller

 

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Samuel Fuller var en manusförfattare, regissör, skådespelare, producent och filmarbetare. Han föddes i Worcester, Massachusetts, US den 12 augusti 1912. Samuel Fuller dog 30 oktober 1997, han blev 85 år. Han är känd för bland annat The Naked Kiss (1964), The Big Red One (1980), Shock Corridor (1963), Pickup on South Street (1953) och White Dog (1982).

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Samuel Fuller

Född 1912-08-12 (107 år sedan) i Worcester, Massachusetts, US. Död 1997-10-30 (85 år).

Utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Prisad för
Independent Spirit Special Distinction Award 11th Independent Spirit Awards 1996
Writers Guild of America Award for Best Written Low-Budget Film (The Steel Helmet) Writers Guild of America Awards 1951 1952 The Steel Helmet
Leopard of Honour
Nominerad för utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Nominerad för
Independent Spirit Special Distinction Award 11th Independent Spirit Awards 1996
Golden Bear (Thieves After Dark) 1984 Les voleurs de la nuit
DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film (Hell and High Water) 7th Directors Guild of America Awards 1954 Hell and High Water
Writers Guild of America Award for Best Written Low-Budget Film (The Steel Helmet) Writers Guild of America Awards 1951 1952 The Steel Helmet
Förhållanden
Namn Från Till Typ av förhållade
Christa Lang(Gifta: 1967-07-25–1997-10-30) 1967-07-25 1997-10-30 Gifta
Martha Downes Fuller(Gifta) 1959 Gifta
Föräldrar

Benjamin Rabinovitch, Rebecca Baum

Syskon

Ving Fuller, Ray Fuller, Tom Fuller, Evelyn Fuller, Tina Fuller, Rose Fuller

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Samuel Michael Fuller (August 12, 1912 - October 30, 1997) was an American screenwriter, novelist and film director known for low-budget genre movies with controversial themes.

He was born Samuel Michael Fuller in Worcester, Massachusetts, the son of Benjamin Rabinovitch, a Jewish immigrant  from Russia, and Rebecca Baum, a Jewish immigrant from Poland. After immigrating to America, the family's surname was changed from Rabinovitch to "Fuller" possibly by inspiration of a Doctor who arrived in America on the Mayflower.  At the age of 12, he began working in journalism  as a newspaper  copyboy. He became a crime reporter  in New York City at age 17, working for the New York Evening Graphic. He broke the story of Jeanne Eagels' death.  He wrote pulp novels and screenplays  from the mid-1930s onwards. Fuller also became a screenplay  ghostwriter  but would never tell interviewers which screenplays that he ghost-wrote explaining "that's what a ghost writer is for".

During World War II, Fuller joined the United States Army infantry. He was assigned to the 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, and saw heavy fighting. He was involved in landings in Africa, Sicily, and Normandy  and also saw action in Belgium and Czechoslovakia. In 1945 he was present at the liberation of the German concentration camp at Falkenau  and shot 16 mm footage which was used later in the documentary Falkenau: The Impossible. For his service, he was awarded the Bronze Star, the Silver Star, and the Purple Heart.  Fuller used his wartime experiences as material in his films, especially in The Big Red One (1980), a nickname of the 1st Infantry Division.

After his controversial film "White Dog" was shelved by Paramount pictures, Fuller moved to France, and never directed another American film. Fuller eventually returned to America. He died of natural causes in his California home. In November 1997, the Directors Guild held a three hour memorial in his honor, hosted by Curtis Hanson, his long time friend and co-writer on White Dog. He was survived by his wife Christa and daughter Samantha.

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