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Raoul  Walsh
[1887-1980]


auteur Raoul Walsh [1887-1980] formal portrait          short profile

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"[Raoul Walsh's] idea of light comedy is to burn down a whorehouse."
Jack Pickford


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Raoul Walsh entry at Wikipedia

star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame  Raoul Walsh received no Oscar nominations;
he does, however, have a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
and footprints in the forecourt at Grauman's Chinese Theatre {14 Nov 1930}


L i n k s

Raoul Walsh credits {160+ films} at Internet Movie Database
Raoul Walsh entry at Wikipedia

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Movies  By  Raoul  Walsh

Raoul Walsh credits {160+ films} at Internet Movie Database
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Raoul Walsh Western films on DVD
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"The Life of General Villa" [Mutual May 1914]
Directed by Christy Cabanne; written by Frank E. Woods; starring Pancho Villa {as himself} and Raoul
Walsh {as young Villa}; video/DVD not available {considered to be a lost film} • full credits from IMDb

"The Birth of A Nation"
[D.W.G./Epoch silent classic Feb 1915]
Griffith's Birth of A Nation 1915 movie poster  Co-written & directed by D.W. Griffith; starring Ralph Lewis, Elmer Clifton, Robert Harron, Lillian Gish, Mae Marsh, Henry B. Walthall, Miriam Cooper, Mary Alden, Walter Long, George Siegmann, Wallace Reid, Joseph Henabery {as Abraham Lincoln}, Josephine Crowell, Spottiswoode Aitken, George Beranger, Maxfield Stanley, Jennie Lee, Raoul Walsh {as John Wilkes Booth}, Donald Crisp (as Gen. Grant} & Howard Gaye {as Gen. Lee}; listed on National Film Registry (1992)
Kino Intl. Deluxe Edition 187-minute b&w Blu-ray [11/2011] 3 disks for $24.93
Kino Intl. Deluxe Edition 187-minute b&w DVD [11/2011] 3 disks for $18.36
Big D Films 190-minute silent b&w DVD [5/2009] for $15.08
Image Ent. 187-minute b&w silent DVD [11/98] for $14.91
full credits from IMDb

more details (synopsis, VHS, more DVDs, books, posters, links) on
Magic Lantern's "The Birth of A Nation" 1915 Movie Page

"Regeneration"  [Fox Sept 1915]
Co-written & directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Rockliffe Fellowes & Anna Q. Nilsson;
listed on National Film Registry (2000); full credits from IMDb

"The Thief of Bagdad"
[United Artists March 1924 silent feature]
Doug Fairbanks poster for 1924 'The Thief of Bagdad' silent feature  flying horse poster for 1924 'The Thief of Bagdad' silent feature   A handsome thief sees the Caliph's daughter and falls in love; he disguises himself as a prince and enters the competition for her hand in marriage . . . • Produced & co-written by and starring Douglas Fairbanks; directed by Raoul Walsh; co-written by Lotta Woods, Achmed Abdullah & James T. O'Donohoe; also starring Snitz Edwards, Julanne Johnston, Charles Belcher, Sojin {Kamiyama}, Anna May Wong, Brandon Hurst, Tote Du Crow, Noble Johnson; won Kinema Junpo Award in 1926; listed on National Film Registry (1996)
FilmRise remastered silent DVD [12/2014] for $9.19
Film Detective restored silent DVD [6/2016] for $9.99
full credits at IMDb • movie entry at Wikipedia
watch (tinted) full movie [7/2012 upload; 2:20:21] online at Internet Archive

"What Price Glory" [Fox Nov 1926]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Edmund Lowe, Victor McLaglen & Dolores del Rio; full credits from IMDb

"Sadie Thompson" [United Artists Jan 1928]
Adapted & directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Gloria Swanson, Lionel Barrymore,
Will Stanton & Raoul Walsh; full credits from IMDb

"In Old Arizona" [Fox April 1929]
In Old Arizona poster   While on location, a jack rabbit smashed thru the windshield of Raoul Walsh's car, damaging his right eye (he wore an eyepatch thereafter); Cummings took over as director and Walsh was replaced in the lead role by Baxter. The first all-talking sound-on-film feature. An Army sergeant conspires with Cisco Kid's faithless girlfriend for the reward for Cisco's capture - dead or alive! Co-directed by Irving Cummings & Raoul Walsh; based on O. Henry's story "The Caballero's Way", the basis for Cisco Kid; starring Warner Baxter, Edmund Lowe & Dorothy Burgess; won Oscar for Best Actor(Baxter), nominated for Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Script & Best Cinematography
Fox DVD [5/2005] for $13.48
full credits from IMDb
11"x17" poster from Amazon for $9.99

"The Big Trail" [Fox Oct 1930]
The Big Trail   "The Most Important Picture Ever Produced" Filmed on location at Grand Canyon, Sequoia, Yellowstone & Zion National Parks, and in Arizona, California, Montana, Oregon, Utah & Wyoming; a handsome young scout leads a large wagon train across America to Oregon Territory while romancing one of the women on the train. Directed by Raoul Walsh & Louis R. Loeffler; first leading role of John Wayne; also starring Marguerite Churchill, El Brendel, Tully Marshall, Tyrone Power Sr., David Rollins, Frederick Burton, Ian Keith, Charles Stevens, Louise Carver, Chief John Big Tree, Ward Bond, Iron Eyes Cody; listed on National Film Registry (2006); an example of Simultaneous Bilingual Film Production: the movie was shot in five versions: Fox Grandeur 70mm; standard 35mm; and (with different casts) in Spanish, German & French
Fox widescreen color Blu-ray [11/2012] 2 disks for $10.99
Blu-ray includes 70mm & 35mm & 70mm-as-full-screen versions, plus commentary & 4 featurettes
Fox 122-min widescreen color DVD [5/2008] 2 disks for $10.99
Fox panned & scanned 110-min color DVD [5/2003] for $8.99
full credits at IMDb • movie entry at Wikipedia

"The Making of The Big Trail" 13-minute documentary [Fox 2008]
Co-produced & co-directed by John Cork & Lisa Van Eyssen • credits at IMDb

"Going Hollywood" [Cosmopolitan/M.G.M. Dec 1933]
Going Hollywood 1933 musical feature film  A pretty French teacher takes off for Hollywood to save radio singer Bill from the clutches of his costar. Musical feature film directed by Raoul Walsh; script by Donald Ogden Stewart, based on a story by Frances Marion; starring Marion Davies, Bing Crosby, Fifi D'Orsay, Stuart Erwin, Ned Sparks & Patsy Kelly
DVD/Blu-ray not available; b&w VHS [8/00] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDb • movie entry at Wikipedia

"The Bowery" [United Artists/Fox Oct 1933]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Wallace Beery, George Raft, Fay Wray,
Jackie Cooper & Pert Kelton; full credits from IMDb

"Klondike Annie" [Paramount Feb 1936]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; co-written by & starring Mae West; co-starring Victor McLaglen; full credits from IMDb

"Big Brown Eyes" [Paramount April 1936]
Co-written & directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Cary Grant, Joan Bennett, Walter Pidgeon,
Lloyd Nolan & Alan Baxter; full credits from IMDb

"You're In The Army Now" aka "O.H.M.S."
[Gaumont British UK Jan 1937, USA April 1937]
Directed by Raoul Walsh (in London); starring Wallace Ford, John Mills, Anna Lee,
Grace Bradley & Frank Cellier; full credits from IMDb

"Hitting A New High"
[R.K.O. Radio Pictures Dec 1937]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Lily Pons, Jack Oakie, John Howard, Eric Blore, Edward Everett Horton,
Eduardo Ciannelli & Luis Alberni; full credits from IMDb

"College Swing" musical comedy [Paramount April 1938]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring George Burns, Gracie Allen, Martha Raye, Bob Hope, Edward Everett Horton,
Florence George, Ben Blue, Betty Grable, Jackie Coogan, John Payne, Cecil Cunningham, Robert Cummings &
Skinnay Ennis; full credits from IMDb

"The Roaring Twenties" [1939]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart & Priscilla Lane; full credits from IMDb

"Dark Command" [Republic Pictures April 1940]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; based on the Western novel by W.R. Burnett; starring John Wayne, Walter Pidgeon,
Claire Trevor, Roy Rogers, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Porter Hall & Marjorie Main; Oscar nomination for
Best Original Score (Victor Young); full credits from IMDb

"They  Drive  By  Night"
[Warner-First National July 1940]
photo poster of Humphrey Bogart, Ann Sheridan & George Raft in "They Drive By Night" [1940]  
They Drive By Night b&w movie poster  
Two brothers struggling to make a living with their California produce trucking business pick up a waitress who just quit her job at a truck stop. When one brother is injured, the other starts working for a friend, whose wife concocts a murder scheme • Directed by Raoul Walsh; script by Jerry Wald & Richard Macaulay, based on the 1938 novel "Long Haul" by A.I. Bezzerides; starring George Raft, Ann Sheridan, Ida Lupino, Humphrey Bogart, Gale Page, Alan Hale & Roscoe Karns
Warner Home Video snapcase b&w DVD [11/2003] for $17.99
Warner Home Video keepcase b&w DVD [10/2006] for $17.99
M.G.M. b&w VHS [9/98] out of prodn/many used
Warner Home Video b&w VHS [3/2000] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb

"High Sierra"  [Warner Bros. Jan 1941]
High Sierra one-sheet poster  Directed by Raoul Walsh; script by John Huston & W.R. Burnett, from Burnett's novel {below}; starring Humphrey Bogart, Ida Lupino, Alan Curtis, Arthur Kennedy, Joan Leslie, Henry Hull, Henry Travers, Cornel Wilde & Donald MacBride
Warner b&w keepcase DVD [10/2006] for $17.99
Warner b&w DVD [11/2003] for $17.99
Warner b&w VHS [3/2000] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb
screenplay & critical text [1979] Edited by Douglas Gomery
Univ WI Press 8½x5½ pb [10/79] for $24.95
Univ WI Press 9x6 hardcover [10/79] out of print/used
High Sierra book  
based on the novel "High Sierra" [Knopf 1940]
by W.R. Burnett [1899-1982]

Kensington/Zebra pb [11/87] out of print/used
Buccaneer hardcover [6/82] out of print/used

"The Strawberry Blonde" [Warner Bros. Feb 1941]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring James Cagney, Olivia de Havilland, Rita Hayworth, Alan Hale,
Jack Carson, George Tobias, Una O'Connor & George Reeves; full credits from IMDb

"Manpower" [Warner Bros. Aug 1941]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Edward G. Robinson, Marlene Dietrich, George Raft, Alan Hale,
Frank McHugh, Eve Arden, Barton MacLane & Ward Bond; full credits from IMDb

"They Died With Their Boots On"
[Warner Bros. Nov 1941]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Arthur Kennedy, Charley Grapewin, Gene Lockhart,
Anthony Quinn, Sydney Greenstreet, Regis Toomey, Hattie McDaniel & G.P. Huntley; full credits from IMDb

"Desperate Journey" [Warner Bros. Sept 1942]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Errol Flynn, Ronald Reagan, Nancy Coleman, Raymond Massey,
Alan Hale, Arthur Kennedy & Ronald Sinclair; full credits from IMDb

"Gentleman Jim" [Warner Bros. Nov 1942]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, Jack Carson, Alan Hale, John Loder,
William Frawley, Minor Watson & Ward Bond (as John L. Sullivan}; full credits from IMDb

"Northern Pursuit" [Warner Bros. Nov 1943]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Errol Flynn, Julie Bishop, Helmut Dantine, John Ridgely,
Gene Lockhart, Tom Tully & Bernard Nedell; full credits from IMDb

"Background To Danger" [Warner Bros. July 1943]
Neutral Turkey during World War II is a hotbed of intrigue & espionage. The Nazis plan to involve Ankara officials in the war by delivering
false documents about a Russian plan to attack neighboring Turkey.
Directed by Raoul Walsh; screenplay by W.R. Burnett, based on the novel
by Eric Ambler; starring George Raft, Brenda Marshall, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre, Osa Massen & Turhan Bey; full credits from IMDb

"Uncertain Glory" [Warner Bros. April 1944]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; co-written by Joe May, László Vadnay & Max Brand; starring Errol Flynn, Paul Lukas,
Faye Emerson, Lucile Watson, James Flavin, Douglass Dumbrille, Dennis Hoey & Sheldon Leonard
VHS=6303295304; full credits from IMDb

"Objective, Burma !" [Warner Bros.-First National Jan 1945]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; written by Ranald MacDougall, [blacklistee] Lester Cole & [blacklistee] Alvah Bessie; starring Errol Flynn,
James Brown, William Prince, George Tobias, Henry Hull, Warner Anderson, John Alvin, Mark Stevens & Richard Erdman;
Oscar nomination for Best Script; see also "Distant Drums" [1951] below; full credits from IMDb

"The Horn Blows At Midnight" [Warner Bros. April 1945]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Jack Benny, Alexis Smith, Dolores Moran, Allyn Joslyn, Reginald Gardiner, Guy Kibbee,
John Alexander, Franklin Pangborn, Margaret Dumont, Robert Blake, Ethel Griffies, Paul Harvey, Mike Mazurki & Truman Bradley
full credits from IMDb

"Salty O'Rourke" [Paramount Pictures April 1945]
poster for "Salty O'Rourke&quote 1945 movie by Raoul Walsh  Salty and his pal Smitty owe money to a gangster, and are given a month to pay up. They acquire a race horse and a disbarred jockey using fake papers. Salty and the jockey fall for the same girl, and the jockey considers throwing the race to win the girl. Directed by Raoul Walsh; sceenplay by Milton Holmes (Oscar nom for Best Script); starring Alan Ladd, Gail Russell, William Demarest, Stanley Clements, Bruce Cabot, Spring Byington, Rex Williams, Darryl Hickman, Grady Sutton & Minerva Urecal
VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDb • movie entry at Wikipedia
broadcast on "Lux Radio Theater" on 26 November 1945 with Alan Ladd & William Demarest

"The Man I Love" [Warner Bros. Jan 1947]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; adapted from Maritta M. Wolff's novel "Night Shift"; starring Ida Lupino, Robert Alda,
Andrea King, Martha Vickers, Bruce Bennett, Alan Hale, Dolores Moran, Don McGuire, Warren Douglas, Craig
Stevens, William Edmunds & Jimmie Dodd • full credits from IMDb

"Pursued" noir Western
[United States Pictures / Warner Bros. March 1947]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; written by Niven Busch; starring Robert Mitchum, Teresa Wright, Judith Anderson,
Dean Jagger, Alan Hale, John Rodney, Harry Carey Jr. & Clifton Young • full credits from IMDb

"Cheyenne" [Warner Bros. June 1947]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Dennis Morgan, Jane Wyman, Janis Paige, Bruce Bennett, Alan Hale,
Arthur Kennedy, John Ridgely. Barton MacLane, Tom Tyler & Bob Steele • full credits from IMDb

"Silver River" [studio May 1948]
Directed by Raoul Walsh script co-written by Harriet Frank Jr. & Stephen Longstreet from his novel; starring Errol Flynn,
Ann Sheridan, Thomas Mitchell, Bruce Bennett, Tom D'Andrea, Barton MacLane & Monte Blue • full credits from IMDb

"White Heat" [Warner Bros.-First National Sept 1949]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring James Cagney, Virginia Mayo, Edmond O'Brien, Margaret Wycherly, Steve Cochran,
John Archer, Wally Cassell & Fred Clark; listed on National Film Registry (2003); listed on
Time Magazine's All-TIME 100 Movies (5/2005) • full credits from IMDb

"Colorado Territory" [Warner Bros. June 1949]
Colorado Territory Western feature starring Joel McCrea  A remake as a cowboy movie of the Raoul Walsh & Humphrey Bogart film "High Sierra" [1941] {above}, with the plot very much intact. Filmed in California, Arizona, and near Gallup, New Mexico, with railroad footage filmed on the Durango & Silverton Railroad in Colorado; an outlaw is sprung from prison to lead the hold-up of a train. Directed by Raoul Walsh; written by Edmund H. North & John Twist, based on previous script & novel
"High Sierra" by W.R. Burnett [1899-1982]; starring Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo, Dorothy Malone, Henry Hull, John Archer & James Mitchell
Warner Bros. Archive Collxn b&w DVD-R [5/2009] for $19.93
full credits at IMDb • movie entry at Wikipedia

"Along The Great Divide" [Warner Bros. May 1951]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Kirk Douglas, Virginia Mayo, John Agar, Walter Brennan,
Ray Teal & Hugh Sanders; full credits from IMDb

"Distant Drums"
[United States Pictures / Warner Bros. Dec 1951]
Remake of 'Objective, Burma!" [1945] {above} set in the Florida Everglades, circa 1840. Directed by Raoul Walsh;
starring Gary Cooper, Mari Aldon, Richard Webb, Ray Teal, Arthur Hunnicutt, Robert Barrat & Larry Chance
{as Chief Oscala}; full credits from IMDb

"The Enforcer"
[United States Pictures / Warner Bros. Jan 1951]
Directed by Raoul Walsh (while credited to Bretaigne Windust}; starring Humphrey Bogart, Zero Mostel, Ted de Corsia,
Everett Sloane, Roy Roberts, Michael Tolan, King Donovan, Bob Steele, Adelaide Klein, Don Beddoe & Tito Vuolo
full credits from IMDb

"Captain Horatio Hornblower"
[Warner Bros. April 1951]
Co-produced & directed by Raoul Walsh; based on the 1937 C.S. Forester novel "Beat To Quarters"; starring Gregory
Peck, Virginia Mayo, Robert Beatty, Moultrie Kelsall, Terence Morgan, James Kenney, James Robertson Justice,
Denis O'Dea, Richard Hearne, Michael Dolan, Stanley Baker, Christopher Lee & John Witty; full credits from IMDb

"Blackbeard  The  Pirate"
[R.K.O. Dec 1952]
Blackbeard The Pirate   Edward Maynard goes undercover as ship's surgeon to a former Blackbeard henchman and finds that Blackbeard, while governor of Jamaica, is still an active pirate, and that a seeming 'damsel in distress' aboard ship is more than meets the eye. Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Keith Andes, Robert Newton, Linda Darnell, William Bendix, Irene Ryan, Alan Mowbray & Richard Egan
Taiwan import DVD DVD [undated] out of prodn/used
Madacy color VHS [9/97] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb

"The World In His Arms" [Universal Oct 1952]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; script by Borden Chase, based on a Rex Beach novel; starring Gregory Peck, Ann Blyth,
Anthony Quinn, John McIntire, Carl Esmond, Andrea King, Eugenie Leontovich, Hans Conried & Rhys Williams
full credits from IMDb

"The Lawless Breed" [Universal Jan 1953]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; based on the life of John Wesley Hardin 'as written by himself'; starring Rock Hudson, Julie Adams,
Mary Castle, John McIntire, Hugh O'Brian, Dennis Weaver, Forrest Lewis & Lee Van Cleef; full credits from IMDb

"Sea Devils" [R.K.O. Radio Pictures May 1953]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; script by Borden Chase, based on a Victor Hugo novel; starring Rock Hudson, Yvonne
De Carlo, Maxwell Reed, Denis O'Dea, Michael Goodliffe, Bryan Forbes & Jacques B. Brunius; full credits from IMDb

"Gun Fury" [Columbia Oct 1953]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; shot in 3-D; based on the novel "Ten Against Caesar"; starring Rock Hudson, Donna Reed,
Philip Carey, Roberta Haynes, Leo Gordon, Lee Marvin, Neville Brand & Ray Thomas; full credits from IMDb

"A Lion Is In The Streets" [Warner Bros. Sept 1953]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; based on a novel by Andria Locke Langley; starring James Cagney, Barbara Hale,
Anne Francis, Warner Anderson, John McIntire, Jeanne Cagney, Lon Chaney Jr., Frank McHugh, Larry Keating,
Onslow Stevens, James Millican, Mickey Simpson, Sara Haden & Ellen Corby; full credits from IMDb

"Saskatchewan" [Universal March 1954]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; starring Alan Ladd, Shelley Wintersm, J. Carrol Naish, Hugh O'Brian, Robert Douglas,
George J. Lewis, Richard Long, Jay Silverheels & Antonio Moreno; full credits from IMDb

"Battle Cry" [Warner Bros. Feb 1955]
Produced & directed by Raoul Walsh; script by Leon Uris from his novel; starring Van Heflin, Aldo Ray, Mona Freeman,
Nancy Olson, James Whitmore, Raymond Massey, Tab Hunter, Dorothy Malone, Anne Francis, William Campbell, John
Lupton, L.Q. Jones, Perry Lopez, Fess Parker, Jonas Applegarth, Felix Noriego, Susan Morrow, Carleton Young,
Rhys Williams & Allyn Ann McLerie; full credits at IMDb

"The Revolt of Mamie Stover" [Fox May 1956]
Directed by Raoul Walsh; based on the William Bradford Huie novel; starring Jane Russell, Richard Egan. Joan Leslie,
Agnes Moorehead, Jorja Curtright, Michael Pate, Richard Coogan, Alan Reed, Eddie Firestone, Jean Willes & Leon Lontoc
full credits from IMDb

"The Tall Men" [1955] with Clark Gable & Jane Russell

"The King and Four Queens" [1956] with Clark Gable & Eleanor Parker

"Band of Angels" [1957]
with Clark Gable, Yvonne DeCarlo & Sidney Portier

"The Naked and the Dead (1958)

"The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1958)

"Esther and The King" [1960]

"Marines, Let's Go" [1961]

"Come September (1961)

"A Distant Trumpet" [Warner Bros. May 1964]
Filmed in Technicolor in Arizona and near Gallup, New Mexico; directed by Raoul Walsh; based on a
novel by Paul Horgan; music by Max Steiner; starring Troy Donahue, Suzanne Pleshette, Diane McBain,
James Gregory, William Reynolds, Claude Akins, Kent Smith, Judson Pratt, Bartlett Robinson, Bobby Bare,
Larry Ward & Richard X. Slattery • full credits at IMDb



Books  By  Raoul  Walsh

browse books

Life Story of Raoul Walsh   "Each Man In His Time: The Life Story of A Director"
[Farrar, Strauss & Giroux 1974]
by Raoul Walsh

FS&G hardcover [1/74] out of print/used
Ediciones Clementine Spanish pb [10/2000] for $23.52



Works  About  Raoul  Walsh

"The Men Who Made The Movies: Raoul Walsh" [1973 TV]
full credits from IMDb

Men Who Made The Movies interviews book by Richard Schickel  "The Men Who Made The Movies: Interviews With Frank Capra, George Cukor, Howard Hawks, Alfred Hitchcock, Vincente Minnelli, King Vidor, Raoul Walsh & William A. Wellman" [1975]
by Richard Schickel

Ivan R. Dee, Publr 9x6 pb [4/2001] for $19.95
Atheneum 10¼x7¼ hardcover [1975] out of print/used

"And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself" [2003 TV]
full credits from IMDb

Great Moviemakers of Hollywood's Golden Age  "Conversations With The Great Moviemakers of Hollywood's Golden Age: At The American Film Institute" [2006] by George Stevens, Jr.
interviews with 32 major writers, directors & cinematographers, including Ingmar Bergman, writer Ray Bradbury, Richard Brooks, Frank Capra, William Clothier, Stanley Cortez, George Cukor, Federico Fellini, George Folsey, Howard Hawks, Alfred Hitchcock, James Wong Howe, John Huston, Elia Kazan, Gene Kelly, Stanley Kramer, Fritz Lang, David Lean, Ernest Lehman, Mervyn LeRoy, Harold Lloyd, Rouben Mamoulian, Satyajit Ray, Jean Renoir, George Stevens, King Vidor, Hal Wallis, Raoul Walsh, Billy Wilder, Robert Wise, William Wyler & Fred Zinnemann
Knopf 9½x6½ hardcover [2/2006] for $23.10



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