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Carl Foreman

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Born: 23 July 1914 Died: 26 June 1984

Country of origin: United States


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Only directed one movie... but very interesting (36 items)
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Published 7 years, 7 months ago 46 comments
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Oscars 1953 Winners (My Version) (26 items)
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Description: The son of Russian Jewish immigrants, American writer/producer/director Carl Foreman studied for a law career before choosing to enter the publicity business. Foreman's first screenwriting credits were for Monogram's low-budget East Side Kids 6-reelers of the early '40s. After wartime service with the Signal Corps, Foreman joined novice film producer Stanley Kramer, receiving his first "prestige" screenplay credit for the 1948 Henry Morgan vehicle So This is New York. Foreman remained with the Kramer Company until High Noon (1952), at which time he was threatened with blacklisting due to his "hostile" tes ... (more)
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Oscars 1953 Winners (My Version) (26 movies items)

"Best Adapted Screenplay! Winner: Carl Foreman, High Noon! Nominees: Charles Schnee - The Bad and the Beautiful Michael Wilson - Five Fingers Jean Aurenche and Pierre Bost - Forbidden Games Frank S. Nugent - The Quiet Man"



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