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Martin Ritt

 

Director / Producer
1914 - 1990 
Born March 2, New York, New York, USA
Key Genres: Drama, Western, Comedy  TSPDT Rating: 7
Key Collaborators: Irving Ravetch (Screenwriter/Producer), Harriet Frank Jr. (Screenwriter), Paul Newman (Leading Player), Sidney Levin (Editor), James Wong Howe (Cinematographer), Frank Bracht (Editor), Tambi Larsen (Production Designer)
Highly Recommended: The Front (1976)
Recommended: Edge of the City (1957), The Long Hot Summer (1958), Hud (1963), Hombre (1967)
Links: [ IMDB ] [ All-Movie Guide ] [ Film Reference ] [ Screening the Past Article ] [ Martin Ritt Profile ]
Books: [ The Films of Martin Ritt: Fanfare for the Common Man ] [ Martin Ritt: Interviews
DVD's: [ Amazon ]
 

 

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