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Gordon Douglas

 

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Director / Producer
1907 - 1993
Born December 15, New York, New York, USA
Key Genres: Drama, Crime, Western TSPDT Rating: 7
Key Collaborators: Frank Sinatra (Leading Player), David Weisbart (Producer), Jack Martin Smith (Production Designer), James Whitmore (Leading Player), Richard Conte (Leading Player), Henry Blanke (Producer), Aaron Rosenberg (Producer), Simon Oakland (Leading Character Player), Joseph Biroc (Cinematographer), Robert Simpson (Editor)
Highly Recommended: Young at Heart (1954)
Recommended: Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950), Them! (1954)
Worth a Look: Saps At Sea (1940), The Falcon in Hollywood (1944), I Was a Communist for the F.B.I. (1951), In Like Flint (1967), Tony Rome (1967)
Approach with Caution: The Iron Mistress (1952), Rio Conchos (1964), Chuka (1967), Lady in Cement (1968)
Duds: Follow That Dream (1962), Harlow (1965)
Links: [ IMDB ] [ TCMDB ] [ All-Movie Guide ] [ Wikipedia ] [ New York Times (1993) ] [ Classic Film and Television Home Page ]
DVD's: [ Amazon ]
250 Quintessential Noir Films: Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950), I Was a Communist for the FBI (1951)
 

 

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