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King Vidor was an American screenwriter film director and producer Vidor was born in Galveston Texas where he survived the great Galveston Hurricane of 1900 A freelance newsreel cameraman and cinema projectionist Vidor made his debut as a director in 1913 with The Grand Military Parade

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Some 60 years later Kirkpatrick stumbled upon the real story while researching a biography on another famed director King Vidor ("The Champ " "Northwest Passage " "Stella Dallas

The Fountainhead (film) Wikipedia

The Fountainhead is a 1949 American black and white drama film from Warner Bros produced by Henry Blanke directed by King Vidor that stars Gary Cooper Patricia Neal Raymond Massey Robert Douglas and Kent Smith The film is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Ayn Rand who also wrote the screenplay adaptation Although

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King Vidor said of the case in 1968 "Last year I interviewed a Los Angeles police detective William Michael Cahill Sr now retired who had been assigned to the case immediately after the murder He told me 'We were doing all right and then before a week was out we got the word to lay off '"

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King Vidor Director The Crowd King Vidor was an American film director film producer and screenwriter of Hungarian descent He was born in Galveston Texas to lumberman Charles Shelton Vidor and his wife Kate Wallis King's paternal grandfather Károly (Charles) Vidor had fled Hungary as a refugee following the failed Hungarian Revolution of 1848 (1849 1849) The Kingdom of

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Jan 21 2020 · The Miller Vidor Lumber Company owned a mill in the west part of Orange County along with mass acreage of forest land The Handbook of Texas online says the town was founded in 1898 and named for timber company owner Charles Shelton Vidor King's father But King Vidor never came to the town until 1959

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King Vidor was a Christian Scientist and wrote occasionally for church publications such as "The Bible" and the hit "Truth Be Told" King Vidor and Florence Vidor December 25 1920 Vidor was married three times Florence Arto (m 1915 1924) (later married Jascha Heifetz) Suzanne (1918 2003) (adopted by Jascha Heifetz)

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King Vidor's 1925 WWI epic THE BIG PARADE was one of the most important Hollywood productions from the entire silent era It put MGM on the map as a prestigious studio catapulted John Gilbert to major stardom and set the quality standard for war films in years to come

King Vidor Rotten Tomatoes

Born in Galveston TX King Vidor was the son of a wealthy lumber manufacturer He became interested in movies then a brand new form of entertainment as a young boy and later took a job as

TSPDT King Vidor

"King Vidor is a director for anthologies He has created more great moments and fewer great films than any director of his rank Vidor's is an unusually intuitive talent less grounded than most in theory

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The Big Parade film by Vidor 1925 Britannica

The Big Parade American silent film released in 1925 that was the first movie to depict the experiences of the ordinary enlisted man during World War I and that was one of the first major antiwar films The Big Parade directed by King Vidor centres on James Apperson (played by John Gilbert) a

Amazon com The Crowd VHS Eleanor Boardman James Murray

Director King Vidor's "The Crowd" (1928) remains among the most socially relevant films ever made The heartbreaking yet hopeful saga of John and Mary Sims (memorably played by James Murray and Eleanor Boardman) continues to strike an emotional chord with worldwide audiences

King Vidor Awards IMDb

King Vidor on IMDb Awards nominations and wins Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys San Diego Comic Con New York Comic Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events

Amazon com King Vidor's Our Daily Bread Lionel Baccus

Amazon com King Vidor's Our Daily Bread Lionel Baccus Lynton Brent Billy Engle Alma Ferns Harris Gorden Frank Hammond Harry Holman Tom Keene Frank Minor

King Vidor (Author of A Tree Is a Tree) Goodreads

King Vidor was an American screenwriter film director and producer Vidor was born in Galveston Texas where he survived the great Galveston Hurrican

The Crowd (1928) Rotten Tomatoes

The Crowd Critics Consensus King Vidor's dynamic direction brings expressionist style to the American Dream in The Crowd a powerfully humanist picture about the struggle for self actualization

King Vidor Texas Monthly

King Wallis Vidor was born on February 8 1894 in Galveston the son of a lumber baron for whom the town of Vidor was named A teenage stint as a projectionist hooked him on filmmaking

King Vidor Biography Movies Assessment & Facts Britannica

King Vidor in full King Wallis Vidor (born February 8 1894 Galveston Texas U S —died November 1 1982 Paso Robles California) American motion picture director whose films of the 1920s and '30s in both content and theme were among the most creative of those produced in Hollywood; they deal in relatively uncompromising terms with such themes as idealism and disillusionment in

King Vidor Biography IMDb

King Vidor was an American film director film producer and screenwriter of Hungarian descent He was born in Galveston Texas to lumberman Charles Shelton Vidor and his wife Kate Wallis King's paternal grandfather Károly (Charles) Vidor had fled Hungary as a refugee following the failed Hungarian Revolution of 1848 (1849 1849)

The Crowd (1928 film) Wikipedia

The Crowd is a 1928 American silent film directed by King Vidor and starring James Murray Eleanor Boardman and Bert Roach The film is an influential and acclaimed feature which was nominated at the very first Academy Award presentation in 1929 for several awards including Unique and Artistic Production for MGM and Best Director for Vidor

DGA Quarterly Magazine Winter 2011 DGA Interview King Vidor

"King Vidor" — the name sounds like a character from a movie a match for Darth Vader perhaps It carries connotations of majesty and the Latin root for video videre — to see Vidor was a beloved figure in the industry and a famous director from the silent era to CinemaScope and beyond

King Vidor (1894 1982) Find A Grave Memorial

King Wallis Vidor was born in Galveston Texas the son of a prosperous lumber merchant of Hungarian descent Movie crazy from boyhood his first job was as a ticket taker and projectionist at Galveston's only nickelodeon he bought a camera at age 18 and starting shooting local events to sell to regional newsreels

King Vidor Hollywood Star Walk Los Angeles Times

Born King Wallis Vidor on Feb 8 1894 in Galveston Texas Died Nov 1 1982 of congestive heart failure in Paso Robles CA K ing Vidor was one of the great early filmmakers who helped invent the language and define the possibilities of the motion picture

The Crowd (1928) IMDb

Directed by King Vidor With Eleanor Boardman James Murray Bert Roach Estelle Clark The life of a man and woman together in a large impersonal metropolis through their hopes struggles and downfalls